Northern Heritage Resort

PO Box 14, San Kamphang, Chiang Mai, 50130, Thailand
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Accomodation and Private Car Hiring In Chiang Mai

by vuzu

Hi, my friend and I travelling to Chiang Mai next month and we're looking for a hotel in Chiang Mai. We prefer a place where is near to shopping malls, food and night bazaar in Chiang Mai. Our budget is around 1900~2000b. My friend having walking problem and would be great if the area is handicap friendly.
Besides, we intend to hire a car/van to explore Chiang Mai and wondering what is the price of the private car service? Thanks.

Re: Accomodation and Private Car Hiring In Chiang Mai

by Mikebb

We have been to Chiang Mai 3 times over the past 6 years. Always stay opposite the Night Market at Princess Hotel. Photos on my page and hotel details.The streets around have many sops and the streets are full of stalls late afternoon into the night.

Re: Accomodation and Private Car Hiring In Chiang Mai

by vuzu

Hi Mikebb, thanks so much for the reply. I think I will stay at the Princess hotel also on my coming trip to Chiang Mai. Do you book the room thru their web site? How much are they offering?
Do they have private car services, how much is their services for a day of private car rental? Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.

Re: Accomodation and Private Car Hiring In Chiang Mai

by Mikebb

As for cars they can arrange anything for you. However I recommend you walk along the street in front of the hotel and many people will offer their services , say half day tour in their taxi for very cheap price.Obtain several quotes.

Know where you want to go, say Hill Tribe Village plus Elephant ride, city walls, temples etc.

Booking through hotel is expensive.

As for booking your hotel, check price on Hotel internet site. Then try other internet sites such as Bookings.com Agora , Last Minute etc etc.

Ask for renovated rooms. Our most recent stay in March this year we had a renovated room. Not all rooms were renovated.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Buy Your Stamps at Chiang Mai Airport

by jmokhlis

Probably the last thing on your mind when you've just arrived but the airport has a post office which is handy for stamps - if u plan to send plenty of post cards home, buy loads of them here when u arrive, saves time looking for a post office when travelling for long periods and when deep in the countryside. Opens normal working hours.

CARRY A GOOD MOSQUITO REPELLANT

by DennyP

SMALL BACKPACK TO CARRY DAY OUT NECESSITIES.. GOOD PAIR OF WALKING SHOES/BOOTS
A SMALL PONCHO THAT ROLLS UP POCKETSIZE...AS IT RAINS HERE ANYTIME.. THE EXTREME HEAT AND HUMIDITY FOUND HERE MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE A GOOD RELIABLE MOSQUITO REPELLANT ...AND USE IT..
ALSO CARRY A GOOD SUN BLOCK ...HAT AND SUN GLASSES
ANOTHER "HANDY" IS A SMALL BOTTLE OF ANTISEPTIC FOR YOUR HANDS AND A SMALL PACK OF FACEWIPES (MOISTURISED) MAKE SURE THAT YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA BATTERY IS ALWAYS CHARGED AND I CARRY A SPARE MEMORY CARD..
MAKE SURE THAT YOUR INTERNATIONAL POWERPOINT ADAPTOR IS WHAT YOU NEED CARRY A SMALL PACKET OF TISSUE...JUST IN CASE THE ROLL IS EMPTY!!

The Riverside: a blast!

by hojasdehierba about Pubs and Bars

We spent our first night at Riverside, because our guide in Chiang Mai asked us if we wanted to join him there that night. We accepted, but in fact we didnt expect too much. Perhaps a good meal and a nice place. But we loved it! We had our dinner on upper floor: we were quite a big group and it was more comfortable. We had shrimp rolls, pad thai and some other things, all of them very good. The whole dinner was about 250 bahts for each person. You can order also Western food at Riverside, and even a couple of Indian specialities. But the best of Riverside are the groups which play there. They are really cool! Good ambience, also, mix of Thai and Western people. We were having so much fun that we stayed till closure time (1,30 a.m., I recall). No problem to get there: every songteo driver knows the place.
Pasamos nuestra primera noche en el Riverside, porque nuestro guia en Chiang Mai nos pregunto si queriamos ir con el esa noche. Aceptamos, pero no esperabamos mucho. Quizas una buena comida y un lugar agradable. Pero nos encanto! Cenamos en el piso de arriba: eramos un grupo grande y fue mas comodo. Tomamos rollos de gambas, pad thai y otras cosas, todas muy ricas. La cena completa salio por unos 250 bahts por persona (unos 5 euros). Puedes pedir tambien comida occidental e incluso hay un par de especialidades indias. Pero lo mejor del Riverside son los grupos que tocan alli. Son un puntazo. Buen ambiente tambien, mezcla de thais y occidentales. Nos lo pasamos tan bien alli que nos quedamos hasta la hora de cierre (1,30 am, creo). Sin problema para llegar al Riverside: todos los conductores de songteos lo conocen. Causal

Come for the view and the food

by easterntrekker about The Riverside Restaurant

Call ahead if you can and request a table overlooking the river. This is a fun place to go . Lots of after work local crowd and tourists it's very popular. Of course . The food is great and the service friendly

We had been spending everynight roaming around the nightmarket .We were surprised when we crossed the river and went to this place . It is an example of the newer and more modern side of Chiang Mai.

They have dinner cruises leaving from here too. The seabass was great!!

Glorious hilltop Wat

by HasTowelWillTravel

This beautiful Wat, positioned on a hill just outside of Chiang-Mai, is a wonder to behold. The legends surrounding it are great to read about, and the wat itself is beautiful. Arriving there, heading up the long set of stairs (don't take the escalator, it's more fun to march up the stairs) brings you to a wide outdoor space surrounding the wat. Take in the scenery of the valley that nestles Chiang-Mai, look at the details in the architecture and statues that surround the wat. It is an incredible piece of history for the region, and a great day trip from the hustle-bustle of the city.

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