Krisdadoi Chiang Mai Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

90 Moo 4, Hangdong-Samoeng Road, Banpong, Hangdong
Krisdadoi Chiang Mai
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 13% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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chiang mai night safari

by breecore

hey there,

has anyone been on the chiang mai night safari? i cant find it anywhere on the virtual tourist site (or maybe i havent looked hard enough =D ) but yeah any details on what its like, costs, etc would be fantastic!

thanks v much

Re: chiang mai night safari

by Odinnthor

I have heard of it but never been thre. However it comes up on a simple google, with several entries. Here is one.

Here is what our sister website has to say in reviews....

Re: chiang mai night safari

by breecore

thats brilliant thankyou - looks like mixed reviews on trip advisor so i will only consider it if we have time.

Thanks again

Re: chiang mai night safari

by Odinnthor

You are most welcome.....d:o)

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Chiangmai is Unique

by suraphona

Doi Inthanon, the tallest peak in Thailand is surrounded by a protected National Park.
It is the home of an award winning tree standing 30 meters in length, and their trunk is the living home of various ferns and wild orchids.

Chiangmai is the longest continuously lived in settlement from the ancient days of Siam. Within the remaining brick walls surrounding the ancient city can be found more than 30 temples.
Some temple sites dating back to 1296 A.D.
On top of Doi Suthep is a temple at 3,500 feet overlooking the plains where Chiangmai is located.
A shrine to visitors, its auspicious site was selected by a royal elephant that roamed up the steep forested mountainside hundreds of years ago.
The breathtaking panorama view of mountains and terraced rice paddies that are the home to six major ethnic hilltribes who continue their agrarian lifestyle and still wear their fascinating native dress.
Chiangmai is compact.
Visitors can walk from the railway station to Thapae Road, the main street of Chiangmai where can be found the major banks, hotels, and guesthouse. Chiangmai has holidays celebrated throughout the year.
Visitors easily mingle and become one family with the local Thai celebrants.
January - Borsarng Umbrella Festival, Hangdong Wood Carving Fair.
February - Flower Carnival, Weaving Fair in Mae Jaem.
April - Thai Yai Ordination Ceremony, Songkran - Thai New Year Water Festival. May -Visaka Bucha Merit making procession. November - Loy Krathong Moonlight Festival.
December - Chiangmai Food Festival.

The unique and nice thing about Chiangmai is that there are many places to go and see without making plans at all.
The city is surrounded by some of the best scenery in Thailand, and whichever route you choose you can enjoy a day outside the city.

4 March 2003

Trekking in Chiang Mai Mountains...


One cannot say he knows Chiang Ma? if one did not go for a trek in the moutains...
Many trekking agencies in town can organize that for you...
Go for a 2 or 3 days adventure...
ABout 4 hours walk everyday.
Sleep in hilltribes villages or camp in the jungle... En joy Elephant trek and rafting (on rubber or bamboo according to season...)...
This is a great great time that will make you encounter people, animals and discover yourself !!!

Chiang Mai Cool

by jaymorton about Arctica

This place has just opened and is already talk of the town. Mostly hip rich looking Thais but also a good mix of locals and students. Had either bands or DJs each time we went.

Cool metal and glass building, a real refreshing change from all the typical same-same venues in Chiang Mai. Good food too, good Chicken Knuckles.

Some of the hottest girls in town too, but after their killer cocktails we didn't get lucky. (That's our excuse anyway). Next time, next time. Like, whatever, every one seems to wear jeans or short skirts.

Not a single Red Bull t-shirt or backpacker spotted thank god.

Kantoke: Traditional Thai food and Dance

by iNorv9 about Kantoke Palace

For starters, from he soft candle lighting and seating adorned with those ubiquitous triangular pillows, the Kantoke palace had a great atmosphere.

The food itself was traditional Northern Thai fare, most notably pork stew, fried chicken and stir-fried vegetables. It was quite spicy, though apparently you can order milder dishes.

The traditional dance show starts towards the end of dinner, which consisted of various different constumes and styles; everything from Russian style Ushanka hats to furious sword routines. Once the show is over, they invite the audience to participate in a simple dance on stage.... though apparently it wasn't quite simple enough for me....

Bottom-line: Not cheap, but a good introduction to the food and culture of Northern Thailand. My favorite dish here was the Gluay Thawd, or fried bananas. Fortunately these were all-you-can-eat.... I probably went through 4 or 5 bowls in all.

Baan Thai Cookery School

by lindaloo76

Me and my friend did our course with Baan Thai cookery school. We had Boom as our teacher who has excellent English and a great sense of humour.

The class we had was small with just 6 of us in it (3 men, 3 women) and it was a perfect size. The school is open, airy and well set out.

First we went to the market to get the fresh produce and Boom told us about the different products. Then we went back to the school and we prepared and cooked, it wasn't like a school as it was so easy going with lots of laughter. We made I think 6 different dishes so we ate all day long too! We would cook the food and by the time we'd eaten it, the kitchen was spotless again and the next dish ready to go, you didn't hear or see anyone cleaning or preparing.

I would recommend this course, not only for the cooking but for the friendly nature of the staff who instantly make you feel relaxed and welcome.


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