Parami Guesthouse

210 - 212 Charoenrat Rd., Chiang Mai 25800, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand
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trekking

by galacticnick

i'd like to ask those who have gone trekking in chiang mai if there's an affordable and reliable trekking company that they would recommend. we plan to trek for 2d1n, and our budget is below 1500 baht per person. One more question: Where do you safekeep your money, valuables and important travel documents while you're off in some jungle or hill tribe?

RE: trekking

by pjdubai

We stayed at Gap's house in Chiang Mai (highly recommended!!) and they organized a trek for us through a local company. We left all of our stuff in a locked room here and it was all fine. Just kept our money belts and passports with us under clothes. A word of caution...it was very cheap and we got what we paid for. The guide was a nice boy but obviously not trained in how to keep people safe on these treks. To be honest I spent half the time skidding around on my butt, or being terrified we were going to fall off a cliff. The sleeping arrangements were mats on the floors, the food was simple rice or noodles, and the toilets were all squat bowls. Even my intrepid husband (who's trekked through China, Nepal, and other countries) got a little bit worried at a few places. That being said, I'm a bit of a wuss so someone who's into this stuff would probably love it. Essential tips for trekking: find a strong walking stick to help you keep your balance, wear clothes you will be happy to throw away afterwards (they will get wet, torn and filthy), and take plenty of snacks...you will need them. Other friends who have been on treks where they have been driven through the worst parts up to the hill tribes and have gone on fairly gentle walks, or elephant rides have enjoyed their experiences. I'm going to stick to doing my hiking in Europe from now on and take advantage of the other (less physical) wonderful experiences that Thailand offers.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Lisu Hilltribe

by imstress

The Lisu or Lisor originated from Yunnan. Lisu villages can be found near Chiang Dao, Pai and Phrao.

Lisu villages are usually built close to water to provide easy access for washing and drinking. Their homes are usually built on the ground and have dirt floors and bamboo walls, although an increasing number of the more affluent Lisu are now building houses from wood or even concrete.

The unique thing about the women in the tribe is that they wear big tubes as earings.

Spoilt by the tourist, the little kids were already asking for money when they see visitors.

Wholesale

by mejlmi about Several different

Buy Nancy Chandler´s map of Chiang mai and take a look where the wholesale factories are. Hire a tuk-tuk and make him drive you whereever you want. He will probably insist to go to places where he gets commission. You need to be strong, keep your spirit up and smile! Make go whereever you want! If he says it's closed, tell him you want to go anyway. Most likely, it will be open!
It's fun and little bit off the beaten path to go to the factories. Cheap shopping and you might see how they work.
I bought handmade paper, ceramic, silverwork... Lots more.

Good luck!

Easy breezy bicycles

by June.b

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A leisure bicycle is your best bet if you're on a shoestring budget.

Slow yet calorie-burning bike is a good way to go around the city and even cycling the nearby mountains. Stay on safe sides of the road though as drivers around there do not have much patience with a slow-moving vehicle.

Cost-effective and most guesthouses rent it for very minimal fee, and most of the time it's free when you are staying with them.

This is it ... the best tom yam noodles by far.

by Tusitala about Mr Chai's noodles

I was taken here by a Thai friend, and what a find (yes, the friend as well as this noodle place!)

It is basically street food served in the most unassuming surroundings, so it's all about the food. And even though it's right in the heart of the touristic Night Bazaar area you never or rarely see any other farangs there.

Basically it's noodle soup, choice of spicy or non-spicy tom yam with pork or mixed meats. Just point at whatever looks good. Believe me, it's all good! Tom yam noodle soup. Level of spiciness just right. Filling meal all on its own, but on a hungry night I've been known to have a couple of bowls to myself.

Umbrella Factory

by easterntrekker

No visit is complete until you visit the umbrella factory in Chaing Mai area, called Bo Sang . Bo sang is a Co-op of artisans which has been making umbrella for 50 years.

It's amazing how beautiful these handmade umbrellas really are. Gorgeous patterns . Very hard to resist . For a small tip the gifted artisans will paint a design on your backpack.

The umbrellas are made of both cloth and paper. They are painted with flowers and landscape view scenes of various kinds . They have beautiful lanterns as well.

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Address: 210 - 212 Charoenrat Rd., Chiang Mai 25800, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand