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The cheapest hotel in Chiang Mai?

by volopolo

Do anybody knows any cheap hotel in Chiang Mai city centre? And how far is Doi Inthanon National Park from Chiang Mai centre? How much time need to walking the park?

RE: The cheapest hotel in Chiang Mai?

by sontaya

Hi

Hotels in Thailand is not expensive. You can visit this web site www.sawadee.com. Or once you got there, there are loads of hotels and guest house in Chieng Mai. The park is very big and over an hour on the bus to Doi Inthanon. However, I suggested you buy a tour that they will take you there with a guide who will take you trekking around the park.. it's fun. However, remember to bargain with the tour price.

RE: The cheapest hotel in Chiang Mai?

by SirHalberd

How much do you want to spend per night? You might be surprised that you can get more for less money in Thailand.

Do you need air conditioning, security box for valuables, hot water, private toilet - or none of the previous? Fewer options cost less.

What is your daily budget for hotel stays?

Hal

RE: The cheapest hotel in Chiang Mai?

by imstress

we stayed in julie guesthouse for THB160 for a double room ensuite per night.

you will need at least half a day at Doi Inthanon. we joined a tour for THB1100 per person which includes a lunch and transport and guide.

Re: The cheapest hotel in Chiang Mai?

by mostaque

Can you tell what part of Chiang mai "julie guesthouse" is ?

I am planing to be in Chiang Mai 7th of June

Re: The cheapest hotel in Chiang Mai?

by imstress

yes, we got a double ensuite room for THB160 per night per room.
It is very clean and there is hot shower.
The "restaurant" has great breakfast and alot of backpackers choose to hang around there to chat in the evening.

Just print out the map and take the metered taxi at the arrival gate counter. show them the printed map and all of them are familiar with Julie Guest House.

We took a tuk tuk there and a red songthaew to the airport.

http://www.julieguesthouse.com/pMap.htm

Enjoy your stay in Chiang Mai.

I miss the cheap massages :)

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Akha Hilltribes

by imstress

The Akha are an ethnic group which originated in China and Tibet. Most of the remaining Akha people are now distributed in small villages among the mountains of China, Laos, Myanmar and northern Thailand. They speak Akha language and live in bamboo houses raised on low wooden stilts in hilly areas.

In more touristed areas, the Akha will often supplement their income through the sale of handicrafts and woven clothing made using traditional skills. They have cultivated opium in the past as an additional source of income, but now they turn to growing crops like soya, rice, ginger, with the help of the Thai government and King's Project.

Not the Night Bazaar

by Mantissa77 about Street Market

The Saturday market at Wualai Road (South of the southern Chiangmai Gate) is more fun and much cheaper than the touristy night bazaar. It opens from every Saturday around early evening, and offer food, crafts, and performances.

Prices here are almost the best we found in Chiang Mai. Silverware, notebooks etc made of mulberry leaves, celadon, teak, silk, and quirky arty stuff like an toy aeroplane made from coke cans. Most crafts in Thailand originated from the North, so prices in Chiang Mai as a rule, should be cheaper than Bangkok.

How much 'd you pay for "song taew"

by noochy

If you want to go somewhere in the city from somewhere in the city . Regular price is 20 Baht (0.5 USD) . Many bad driver 'll ask for more ,if you're sure that the route you take is less than 30 minutes walk , don't let them cheat you. Just say " I used to go there once. it's just 20 baht.

I hope it work!!!

Street Food : Fried Chicken, Thai Style

by bpacker about Various

Ah, Fried Chicken Wings, the love for this dish is universal, isn't it? I think most of you would agree that the perfect wing has to be crisp on the outside, moist on the inside and SALTY. Well, at least the ones sold in Asia are. Almost every Asian city has a key ingredient for fried chicken wings that is guaranteed to spike your blood pressure. Singaporeans baste theirs with salty shrimp paste, Tokyoites coat theirs with soy sauce and Chiang Maians marinate theirs in fermented fish sauce (naam plaa). In case you're wondering what naam plaa is, it's actually a salty liquid derived from fermented salted anchovies. Yes, the muck ferments about a year before producing a clear liquid that becomes a familiar condiment in every Thai kitchen. I doubt you can find anything in Thailand that does not have nam plaa in it. What more their wings? Despite the ick factor, nam plaa does give the wings the salty kick that it needs. And it is delicious, take my word for it. You can purchase the anyway, they're a a popular street snack, so they're sold at almost every alternate street stall.

Wine and Dine Cruise

by Tusitala

The Riverside Restaurant and Bar operate a nightly river cruise with their own wooden boat from their jetty, taking in the sights and lights of Chiang Mai town in a 75 minute languid cruise.

Bookings are highly recommended. Be at jetty at 7:15 for an 8pm departure, and enjoy the excellent food and wine selections (Riverside is a very good restaurant in its own right, see my restaurant tips for this).

The cruise costs 110b (55b for kids 5-10 years) on top of your regular food and drinks bill.

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