Sinthana Resort

165-166 Moo 14, Suthep Road, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
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Wangbua Mansion

by MarcobaldoBau

Hello there
anyone stayed in Wangbua mansion in Chiang mai recently? they asked me 12,000 Bath for 1 month stay and seems a nice place, do you reccomend it?

RE: Wangbua Mansion

by DarkRay

Hi, I think you mean Viangbua Mansion Service Apartment (http://www.viangbuamansion-chiangmai.com). From waht I have seen and heard, it seemed like a very nice, comfortable and cost-effective place.

However, do know that it's location is a bit "off" the city centre which makes getting to places a little troublesome if you are not driving. Most part of Chiang Mai's town activities are centered within and near the 4 walls forming a square that houses the old city. It is also quite far away from the Night Bazaar as well as the river (where a lot of the popular bars and restaurants are). You can find the map at:

http://www.viangbuamansion-chiangmai.com/map_of_chiangmai.htm

Just my 2 cents.... :-)

RE: RE: Wangbua Mansion

by keszzz

I agree with DarkRay, it's no doubt the Viangbua Mansion.

I wouldn't recommend it if you are only going to be in town for a few days, but I think it works well for a few weeks/month.

It's true it isn't in the 'touristy' area of the city, but I believe that's a plus, and not a minus.

It's a small town, and you can take a songtaw (communal taxi) for 20-baht, and be anywhere in <10 minutes. If you avoid the main roads, it's an interesting city to walk in (20-30 minute walk to Thapae Gate).

There's a very large Thai wet-market next door, and you can walk to a western style grocery store in 5 minutes.

As far as the rooms, service, etc, etc, it's a very nice place to stay.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Cross stitching .....I think??

by herzog63

I think what she is doing is called cross stitching but it might be something else. Anyways it is some kind of very intricate sewing all done by hand. A skill that I'm sure is passed from mother to daughter.

Night Market artists

by thedouglas about Night Market

These guys do the most amazing work! Show them any picture, and watch them come to life in pencil sketches. I took a wedding picture over last holiday, and had it copied for about $30, which was well worth the investment. This is a local skill which is important to preserve.

Hardest part is choosing the "one" who you want to do your job! You also need to be able to give them a few days to get the picture completed, as they are many hours work. Pencil drawings About $30 for a poster size picture of two people's faces

One can never be sick of Seafood!

by danlisha about Fried Honey Chicken

Specialities includes a wide-ranging menu of Thai, Chinese & Sea food at low prices. Its a halal restaurant that caters widely to the Muslim market. Although there are other halal restaurants along the stretch, I think this place is the best.

The family-run restaurant is clean and spacious. Owners are friendly and understands English. As in the picture attached, my friend and I ordered a sizeable portion for two ladies. We had the 'must-have' Seafood-Tomyam which is simply perfect, chilli shrimps, chicken dumplings which are juicy, squid fritters and plain rice.

All these for only 320THB for two (approx 10USD).. Just looking at the picture again whets my appetite already!

Flight of the Gibbons treetop adventure

by Thommmo56

Fly through the Jungle canopy on ziplines. We spent approx 5 hours zipping throught the canopy and abseilling down huge trees. See the Website.

On the day we were there, there was a delay with the team in front of ours, to compensate for the delay the guides organised for the local villagers to give our team a thai massage for a small fee. well worth it.

Mountain side Temple

by william_navigator

Rising 1676 metres above the city of Chiang Mai, Doi Suthep is one of the most revered religious destinations in Thailand and is often packed with interested onlookers, with spectacular views of the city and the valley floor. Legend has it this temple is located where a sacred white elephant carrying a relic died. The relic was a part of the Buddha himself.

A cable car is available for the voyage up to the top. If you are in any kind of shape skip the car and take the steps (300). Women with shorts or short-skirts should rent a long thai skirt outside the main cloister area.

Metal bells, line a couple of walls and are kept busy throughout the day. Signs above the bells admonish visitors "not to push the bell." Although there is at least one bell that you can ring. In the middle of the temple is the sacred square cloister area, where, upon shedding shoes and ascending another dozen steps, visitors can see the Lanna-style, copper-plated chedi topped by a five-tiered gold umbrella. It is considered one of the holiest areas in Thailand. Monks inside are kept busy blessing the devout with holy water and the smell of incense and burning candles fill the senses as you circumnavigate the cloister.

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