SK House

30 Moomuang 9, Sripoom, Muang, Chiang Mai, 50000, Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Forum Posts

Gibbons Experience

by joykiwi

I am heading to Thailand in a couple of weeks and have just heard of the Gibbons Experience in Houay Xai, Laos. Wondering if anyone has done it and the best route to get there from Bangkok. Looks like I should get to Chaing Mai then Chaing Khong. Any suggestions would be very welcome...

RE: Gibbons Experience

by Mique

Haven't done the experience myself. It was still in the start-up phase when we heard about it. Anyways, CM to Chiang Khong then cross the border to Huay Xai is the way to go. I think it says on their website that they will pick you up in HX.

RE: RE: Gibbons Experience

by thedouglas

I met some backpackers last year who had done the Gibbon Experience, and raved about it. If you are interested, get to Chiang Khong and cross the border to Huay Xai - you can access it from there. However, I recommend that you arrange it early, as spaces are limited.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Geckos Abound

by HasTowelWillTravel

In any given restaurant or guest house, you're bound to see tiny green geckos flitting all over the outside walls and ceilings. Don't be alarmed.

These little guys work to eat the mosquitos that abound in the tropical zone. They are quite useful, and fun to watch scurry around the place. So don't be afraid, welcome them into your room. You might be glad you did.

Night market takes a day and a night to do!

by thedouglas about Night Market

Night market in Chiang Mai is very diverse - and quite different in some ways to Bangkok Markets I saw. Upstairs area full of artistic and antiquity items - from SE Asia - including Burma, Laos, Cambodia and beyond! Really interesting - cooler to shop at night , and the artistic ability is very impressive. The wood carving (doesn't really do it justice) is just ogle material - no pics allowed :( - the detail is amazing, and the price just does not do the human hours justice!

I always enjoy night markets more - not as heat sapped of energy, and the crowds not as sustained. Cost of market depends on time of year, I am sure. But - in general, I found that Bangkok prices were cheaper. However, the diversity of goods makes it a bit hard to compare on some levels. Much of the items are the same mass produced goodies - and you are just as likely to walk a dozen paces and see the same thing for more or less Baht! Its all part of the sport really!

Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai

by bulldogtwo

The straight answer is yes. The easiest and fastest way to go about that is probably to contact Thai airways and have them set up a taxi for you from Chiang Mai airport to Chiang Rai. But this is by far not the cheapest. You could try and get a taxi from the street to take you if you can negotiate a good price, and then there is always a hotel taxi. Any hotel taxi could take you but there again it's not going to be too cheap.
I don't know if you "have" to go to Chiang Mai? Why not just fly direct from Bangkok to Chiang Rai?? If you are in that much of a hurry it doesn't sound as if you need to go to Chiang Mai. Nok air I think can do it for about 4000baht. Thai air also but for about 6000Baht+. Try
Good luck

Music, food, and drink

by SumTingWong about Chiang Mai Hard Rock Cafe

Yes, Chiang Mai does have a Hard Rock Cafe. Here you can enjoy a mixture of Thai, Chinese, and American rock! They have a broad menu with Thai and American food. You can go for lunch or have some fun there at night. The drinks and food are cheap and pretty good! So if you are into Hard Rock Cafes, this is the place to go.

Jeep Trek

by frank&Ietje

They have 4 and 3 days trips. You will drive paths you never knew the were there. The show you a lot of stuff, some are much too commercial. We took the 3 days trip. We went to an elephant farm, a snake farm, hot springs, Long Neck and Big Ear tribe, water falls, wild water rafting - IT IS FUN


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Address: 30 Moomuang 9, Sripoom, Muang, Chiang Mai, 50000, Chiang Mai, Thailand