@Pong-O Guesthouse

62/3 Jae-dee Plong Rd., Chang Puak, Muang, Chiang Mai, 50300, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand
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Hill tribe Villages

by stevew1943

I'd like to visit some Hill Tribe villages in either Chiang mai or Chiang rai province.
Need to know how to get there.

Re: Hill tribe Villages

by Gili_S

You get there first and then take a driver/guide who will take you there.
There are many tour operators there that can take you, with a group or alone, depends what you wish to pay.

Re: Hill tribe Villages

by SirHalberd

Just like Bangkok, Phuket and Pattaya if you want tour all you just need to do is find the nearest travel agency. There are lots of travel agencies. They will have a menu selection of tours.

One tour that I have been on several times is the Golden Triangle tour which also included a stop at local villages. This same tour stops in Chiang Rai for those tourists that need a new visa stamp. Tour company picks you up at your hotel and will return you there at the end of the trip.

Chiang Mai has more to do in the evening than Chiang Rai. There are other similar tours available. Long Neck Village tours is a popular choice. (You travel in a 9/10 passenger van with other tourists.)

Good luck.

Re: Hill tribe Villages

by balhannah

Huge amount of tour companies at reasonable prices that will take you.
Some hill tribe villages are just stalls for the tourists, others are the real thing, check out my page for the different ones.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

by sunnywong

Approximately 700 kms. by road north of Bangkok, is Thailand's second largest city and capital of the northern region. Please download the following pdf documents for more details:

Thai Massage Course!

by AmandaH2os

I was in Chiang Mai in January of 2010 and had in incredible time! I went to Thailand with an organization called Integral Travel (IT), and we spent 3 weeks in and around Chiang Mai studying Thai massage and learning about the Thai culture. We spent time at a meditation center north of Chiang Mai during our first week, then spent about a week at an organic farm called Pun Pun for the next week. We did some Thai cooking classes and learned about sustainable farming and building. The third week we were in Chiang Mai studying Thai Massage and had an opportunity to explore the city as well. The night markets were so much fun and the Thai people could not have been more friendly! I highly recommend visiting this city if you have the opportunity! It was great to go with an organized group because Sunny with IT took care of all the details, and it allowed me to really relax and enjoy the experience!

Nightly jazz ...

by Tusitala about North Gate Jazz Co-op

A casual bar frequented by locals, tourists and expats.

The draw here is the nightly jazz sessions which kick off around 9:30pm. Pot luck in terms of who's playing ... but usually the line up consists of a cosmopolitan mixture of someone on keyboards, a vocalist, a trumpeter, someone on bongos, bass, drums. With a few people who jump in and out as guest performers.

Tuesday nights is Open Mic nights Casual crowd in every respect: many turn up in shorts and singlets.

Fresh Tiger Meat at the Tiger Restaurant?

by BorderHopper about Tiger Restaurant

This is your typical backpacker or casual food joint that you'd see in most backpacker ghettos throuhout South East Asia. However, the food here is good and we've made this place a regular stop whenever we're in Chiang Mai. My wife found this place on a previous trip here and we've been coming ever since. Tom Yum Goon (coconut milk soup and shrimp).

I've got wood!

by Mr.Sparkle

No trip to Chiang Mai would be complete without a trip to the village of Ban Tawai to buy some teak wood sculptures. You can easily spend a few hours wondering from shop to shop if you let yourself. You will see some repeats, but most shops are surprisingly unique. Remember, bargaining is a must. Ask around about prices before you go.


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