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89/3 Ratchapakinai Road, T. Phrasing Muang, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
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Dental work in Chiang Mai??

by jsslz

Hello - Is having dental work done in Chiang Mai a good idea? does anyone have any experience to share? I'm looking for a very solid place that I can build a relationship with for possible additional work after what I need done now, so going purely for the cheapest clinic isn't what I'm after.

Also, any thoughts on accomodations for a few days nearby & close to local attractions? I'm sure my husband will want to be out doing additional sight-seeing while i'm having my mouth looked into!

Thanks for any help or leads!

RE: Dental work in Chiang Mai??

by Mique

i just finished all my dental work in Chiang mai. I went to m. square dental clinic (dr. Montri) and he has been one of the best dentists in my life ( i must admit it was the first time i had real work done so it is a bit one-sided) . He is very very thorough and he took so good care of me. i can almost say loved to go. email: Address: 118/1- wualai rd, chiang mai. Tel: 053-284959 . If yu want more info, let me know.

For accomodation try the CM blue guesthouse. Very very nice, clean and inexpensive. they have their own homepage but i couldn't find it fast enough

RE: RE: Dental work in Chiang Mai??

by jsslz

Great info! thanks so much for your help!

RE: RE: Dental work in Chiang Mai??

by Cineman

Thanks for the information, Mique. I'm contacting the good doctor about time and prices.

Re: Dental work in Chiang Mai??

by MayaEva

You may try to contact www.thaidentalnetwork for more information. They have staff that ready to serve you with all things you want to know about dental work in Thailand. Good luck,Maya

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Street Decorations

by Pat&ZoAnn

These archways are frequently found spanning the streets of Chiang Mai. This one is near the Chang Moi footbridge over the Ping River, next to a flower market. When we got close, we could see that it was partially made from styrofoam.

Wooden Furniture

by riproy about there are many

In the town of Ban Tawai in Hang Dong district about 30 minutes from Chiangmai past the airport, you will find many shops selling some old but mainly new furniture, a lot of it teak. Quite a lot of the old furniture has been pilaged from Burma and brought across the border. I understand the old government offices, as a result of British colonial rule, were richly decorated with teak accents years ago. You can find whole grand staircases, complete with heavy banisters and railings, in solid teak. Here the wood is used to make new furniture. The benefit of using old wood is that it will not warp any further because of the years of drying it has had. There are some real finds here if you look hard enough. The new looking furniture made from relatively young teak is quite expensive and i doubt it would hold up in N. Am. where it would likely warp and crack.
There are many more handicrafts for sale in Ban Tawai too. Lots of shopping. Chairs, chests, tables, cabinets, etc.
Before you start visualising that staircase in your home leading up to the second floor, remember that you have to ship whatever you buy home. Shops can give you info of shipping companies that will help you here. Most of the details like packing are taken care of by the shipping company, you just have to pay pay pay. There will be an asking price (when you ask) but do not buy it for this. Haggling is essential.

How to get to Doi Suthep

by imstress

ou dont need to join any day trips tour to get to Doi Suthep. Flag down any red Songthaew in Chiang Mai and asked if the driver is heading for Chiang Mai University. If yes, make sure you bargain the fare for THB20 per person and get onto the Songthaew for a city tour.

The journey from old city will take at least half an hour from downtown to Chiang Mai University for THB20. Alight outside the Chiang Mai University where you transfer to another red Songthaew heading up to Doi Suthep for THB40 per person. Be patient as they will only leave when the Songthaew is fully packed with around 13 pax before they set off.

The journey up to Doi Suthep took us an hour due to heavy traffice on Sunday and it was the King's birthday on 5 Dec.

To make it back to town, there are lots of red Songthaew waiting at the foot step of Doi Suthep. The highest fare to pay is THB40 per person which will bring you to either opposite Chiang Mai Zoo or opp Chiang Mai University where you may transfer to another red Songthaew which will bring you back to town for THB20 per person.

Best steaks in Chiang Mai

by Tusitala about The Steakhouse

A year old (as of Aug 09) the Steakhouse has earned a reputation among locals and expats as the place to go for a REALLY good steak. You get what you pay for.

All their meats are imported from Australia, USA, etc, although if you want a cheaper option you can go for a local Thai beef steak.

Khun Meow and his team are charming hosts (they also run the renowned Le Crystal restaurant) who do things with style. Excellent English spoken.

A tip: ask for the set menu, which gets you three courses and a glass of wine a lot cheaper than if you order a la carte (they keep this option low key).

There's also a bar area up the back well stocked with the usual drinks you'd be looking for and quite an extensive wine list. And the area itself comes to life later with Thai beer bars PACKED with young revellers.

Open 11am till 1am daily, so you can make a night of it. Eac to their own in terms of preference for cut and how you like it.

Not the sort of Long Necks (beer) Texans used to.

by FlyinFree

The trip to the Long-neck village was high point of our trip. It's not for the elderly or handicapped though. It is a very narrow path winding its way into a valley where the long neck people live. Then, there is the even more difficult trek back out of the valley. Definitely a difficult trek for those out of shape. Well worth it if you're up to it. Great photo ops with long neck women and children. Of course, lots of souvenirs to be bought too.


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Address: 89/3 Ratchapakinai Road, T. Phrasing Muang, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand