Na Thapae Hotel

9-11 Thapae Road, Lane 6, T.Changklan, A.Muang, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand
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  • Couples78
  • Solo55
  • Business0

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sea food restaurant chang mai

by xerxes2347

Will be staying 8 nights in chang mai,, anyone recommend a good seafood restaurant, near the night market,or vicinity/A good Thai,restaurant,,international,,ethnic,, that wont disappoint.thanking u in advance

RE: sea food restaurant chang mai

by thaitravelking

For reasonable seafood, try the Nang Nual restaurant, just outside the city area and by the riverside. You can pick live seafood off the tanks and have it cooked for you. The Anusarn market area also has some seafood stalls but you may be over-charged as a tourist.

My favourites for Chiang Mai are:

Riverside Restaurant for Thai and other international dished. they also run a dinner cruise which I think is great!

Huen Phen northern Thai restaurant set in an old house full of atmosphere. Again, reasonably priced, authentic Thai food.

Pum Pui italian restaurant, within the Old City area. Great Pizzas and pasta in Old Thai style house with garden. Go there for dinnner.

Walk around the Night Bazaar area and you can go to the German Hofbrauhaus or the Red Lion British pub. Try the Fuji Japanese in Pantip Plaza.

Three of my favourites are along Tapae road nearer the Tapae Gate end:
Art Cafe, Noi's Kitchen, Da Stefano's Italian and also The Tea House (which is a "must" for tea)in a fantastically refurbished colonial house with a great garden and the Siam Celadon showroom in front.

RE: RE: sea food restaurant chang mai

by xerxes2347

thank u kenneth,, most helpful.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Thai's New Year Song Kran Festival 5 (15 Apr)

by suraphona

APRIL 15 - WAN PHYA WAN

April 15 marks the Thai New Year.
This is the most important day of the Songkran New Year celebrations. It is a day traditionally spent making merit and performing charitable acts such as presenting offerings to the monks and listening to sermons, sprinkling holy water on Buddha images and monks, propping up the sacred Bo tree in the temple grounds, and calling on elders to receive their blessings.

A bathing ritual is observed in which lustral water is poured over respected elders in a gesture of respect and reverence. The seeking of their blessing or forgiveness for past wrong-doing is also implied. Additionally it is believed that through these acts of merit-making, loved ones, long-departed are endowed with blessings and good fortune. Last but not least comes the water-splashing ceremony and other festivities which is the most fun-filled part of the celebrations.

The religious ceremonies and folk rituals associated with Songkran are principally performed to bring good luck and prosperity. The rituals are also acts of gratitude and indebtedness undertaken in the memory of those who have passed on to another world.

The Songkran activities that take place in various locations around the kingdom are culturally unique and reflect local beliefs and practices.

hill tribes crafts

by call_me_rhia about night bazaar

Once again the shop is the night bazaar market. Among the hundred of stalls there are some run by hill-tribe people who dell their traditional crafts. Some of them, like the Akha or the Lisu have wonderful colourful items on sale. One fun detail I noticed: some products look very south-american-like... purses, handbags, scarves after you bargain - about 4 dollarsfor a purse.

Food with a View

by SayItAsItIs about Phu Jaya Restaurant

Ambience: Excellent ambience as the restaurant is built on a slope and has tables and small huts located on the left side as you walk up the steps to the reception area.

Price: Reasoably priced and we had a hearty meal for THB1200 (approx. USD40) for 5 people. Here are some good ones:
Steam sea bass fish with soy sauce and ginger - great texture and the gravy was good
Green curry - the texture of the brinjals which soaked up the curry is a must try
Fried mushrooms - the fried mushroom balls served with Thai Chilli Sauce makes for a good starter

American Breakfast

by vigi

The guesthouse I stayed in Chiang Mai and Chiang Khong serve only American / Western Breakfast, unless you specially request local / Asian breakfast, then they will show you the lunch & dinner menu. These backpackers seems very happy with it, while I don't really understand why they travel so far to eat the food which they cook better back home.

Bamboo Rafting

by foxglove23

After our elephant ride we took a bamboo ride down the river. Most rafts had 3 or 4 people to them plus a man who steered and pushed the raft using a long bamboo stick. He gave each of us a try (there were some sharp turns and near crashes into the rocks, I can tell you that much!). And just when you think you're safe from salesmen...they're wading out into the water trying to sell you stuff! A man with a cooler of pop and beer waded around us and women and children came later with little trinkets. The raft flowed down the river at a very relaxed pace, and if you can ignore the children pleading with you to buy their bracelets it's a nice ride.

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