Hostelling International MaeRim Lagoon Chiangmai

457 Prasumaru Rd., Pranakorn, Chiang Mai, 50180, Thailand
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rains?

by xsweety

is it raining heavily now?
will i be able to roam around or me stuck at hotel?

Re: rains?

by cgf

what do you mean is it raining heavily NOW? It's tropical area so it's often heavily raining.
in this very moment is not raining, but it's quite late at night and you'll be at hotel
:)

Re: rains?

by Somikan

It's quite hot during the day this week, but possibly there might be rain late at night. So, you don't have to worry about roaming around the city and get soak. Anyway, it's always worthy to bring an umbrella or rain poncho when you go out ;)

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Trekking or 'Eco-Tourism' in Northern Thailand?

by riproy

Trekking is a popular activity of tourists that visit Chiangmai; indeed, it is often the attraction that brings people to CM. There are many tour operators in town that offer trekking packages.
The point of trekking is to walk thru the countryside, observe hill tribe people and stay in their villages. Because eco-tourism has become popular among foreign visitors, many tour companies have begun offering eco-tour treks. But are they really ‘eco-tours’? In 2000, I was part of a group of foreigners living in Thailand that looked into this issue a little closer. To see our results, printed in the Bangkok Post newspaper on January 14, 2001, please visit the “Eco-Tourism” travelogue on my Chiangmai page.

Cottage industries of northern Thailand

by aukahkay

On the way to the Golden Triangle, the tour bus will stop by at Sam Kamphaeng, a small town where traditional northern Thai cottage industries still thrive. I was brought to a small handicraft factory where I saw three types of cottage industries - umbrella making, bamboo art and silk weaving. The paper used to make the umbrellas is made in-house from the fiber of trees. The paper is pasted over the frame of the umbrella and the final artwork painstakingly painted over to create a limited edition design.
Bamboo poles were crafted into attractive flower vases and receptacles.

Girly bars & Thai boxing

by Willettsworld about C.M. Entertainment Complex

This complex is located near the Night Bazaar and features around thirty bars with pool tables that come with hostesses and loud music. There is a Thai boxing ring and there was a bout going on when I was there but it just felt like it was being staged for the westerners looking on and, indeed, a couple of guys came around with a box asking for money after the bout had finished. There's also a ladyboy cabaret here as well. A place to enjoy alternative Thai culture, if you'll excuse the euphemism. Not for the family!

Khan Toke with Free Performance

by vigi about Chiang Ping Cultural Market

Chiang Mai is the best place to sample northern cuisine. The most distinct style is known as khan toke. A Khan Toke meal consists of several small dishes. A Khan Toke dinner is traditionally served on a small round table. This one is located inside the Chiang Ping Cultural Market, tourist oriented, they put on a show of traditional dancing along with dinner. Show is free of charge, even you don't order food, you are also welcomed to stand or sit nearby to enjoy the show.

Jungle Survival Cooking Class

by beebah

Not another Thai cooking classe in Chiang Mai. If you're looking for something different. Go for Jungle Survival Cooking! Here you will learn how to cook rice in bamboo, Cooking eggs in banana leaves, Fish in bamboo, Cooking roasted chicken in banana leaf, Jungle pork curry.. Learn how to use natural equipments. Could be handy for those who love outdoor life!

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