North Star Guest House

15 Soi 2 Moonmuang Rd., Pra Sing, Muang, Chiang Mai 50200, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
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Chang Mai _ dogs?

by mjmaniezzo

I have been looking for accomodations in Chang Mai 2 adults 2 children

I have looked at the Holiday inn, and on the flipside the Castle hotel and the Parasol Inn which are closer to the main city than the Holiday Inn . . . all sound Ok but I have read a few comments on trip advisor about dogs barking at night.

Can anyone comment, on the hotels and on the apparent problem of the stray dogs night time symphony?

Re: Chang Mai _ dogs?

by MichaelDovey

We stayed at the Chaing Mai Plaza Hotel,which is right near the night market, and the night food market is accross the road,and it has a tour agency next door which was great. The hotel is close enough to walk to the old city, and the hotel itself was great value for money..big rooms, and good service

To me the big thing is how far the hotels are from the night market, which is about the central point.Some hotels are nice, but you need to take a tuk tuk every time you go to town.

Regarding barking dogs...never ever heard one barking anywhere.

Regards

Mike

Re: Chang Mai _ dogs?

by expatbangkok

I like Raming Lodge.

Re: Chang Mai _ dogs?

by frank_bkk

Well, if you get yourselves a decent room and not a rustic guesthouse room and ground level, then youll have no problem!

Re: Chang Mai _ dogs?

by mjmaniezzo

Fair enough Thanks

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Very old Chedi

by herzog63

This was an interesting Chedi that looked like there was some restoration being attempted on it. These monuments were robbed of their heads by early explorers. So all through South- East Asia you will find beautiful sculptures that are missing their heads!

Elephant Trek

by oceania26

I booked 2 day trips from Chiang Mai with:

T.P Travel - 99/8 Loi Khroh Rd., Maung Chiangmai 50100

One was an elephant trek and rafting, visit to village tribe for 700 baht which included lunch and water and pickup/drop off to your hostel/hotel.

I had a really good guide for this portion, very nice lady who explained a lot of history and culture. I found the elephant trek scary (but I'm like that) it took me forever to get on the elephant and I had to hold on for dear life especially when the elephant went downhill. It was funny to see elephants eating bananas and I saw the one infront of me taking biggest and loudest *** EVER....so gross!

The other was a trip to Chiang Rai, Laos and Burma

Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot!

by Tusitala about Warm Up Cafe

Warm Up has built a reputation in its 10 years as one of the great nightclubs of Chiang Mai for out and out fun.

It mainly attracts students from nearby Chiang Mai University and early 20-somethings looking to let down their hair. And, boy, do they ever!

Outside, a small band plays to the chilling crowd enjoying drinks at tables and chairs in the open-sided area. A great little bar for spirits and cocktails.

But, go through the glass doors at the far end, and you'll find the place going off. Live music, especially playing infectious Thai pop stuff, gets the crowd going. Most are standing at tables, with buckets of Thai whiskey and ice, bopping a bit. Not much of a dance floor or mosh pit per se. Most nights its shoulder to shoulder busy, but if you're lucky, you can rest your drinks on a counter space near the back, or even find a chair/lounge.

Very local, but more and more farangs are finding their way here to meet the locals and try their luck. Pretty casual, but the ladies like to primp and preen themselves usually, so suggest make an effort if you're looking to impress.

Excellent bakery & cheap meals

by Willettsworld about Fai Bakery

Located away from the usual tourist areas in the old city section of Chiang Mai is Fai Bakery. Fai Bakery sells very tasty and cheap Thai pastries as well as local Thai dishes in the restaurant that is connected to the bakery. The food at the restaurant was very good and good sized for the price. Dishes here are around 35-40 baht plus they also do deserts. I had a sweet & sour chicken, rice, fresh orange juice and a banana split ice cream for 83 baht. Not bad!

Family jungle trek

by thedouglas

Highlight of ChiangMai for our family was the jungle trek. For anyone doing this as a family, I would recommend that you try to get onto a trek where there will be relatively compatible others. We were with a father and daughter (14) and a young Swiss couple - our kids 13, 17, 18 - and this was perfect for us. We would have been less exciting for one of the full groups of very young people, in a big hurry and probably much fitter than us. We had a ball, and everyone got on well. The trek itself was excellent - and the best way to actually see some of the country. We had a combination of driven transport, mostly walking, elephant riding and raft riding on the trip. There was beer and other drinks and every well prepared food at all locations - cooked by guides at night for stopover in villages for dinner, breakfast and lunch. Food was not overly plentiful if you have constantly hungry kids, so take extra "snacks". Even the opportunity to SHOP in the villages, to buy local craft! Scenery was beautiful, and seeing the hilltribe way of life - and the general privilege of invitation into their villages, was very enjoyable for all - NO computer, mobile phone SMS, game console etc.

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