Siripanna Grand Resort & Villa

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36 Ratcha U-thit, Tambon Wat Ket, Amphoe Muang, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand
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Which trip to choose?

by Observatory

Which of these tours is a MUST go if I could only choose one?
Tour 1: One day elephant safari & bamboo rafting trek: (08.30 - 17.30hrs) enjoy an elephant at work show, visit the Lisu hill tribe village & enjoy an adventure trip with elephant riding & bamboo rafting follows by an ox-cart ride before visiting an orchid farm. This trip includes lunch and all admission fees.
Tour 2: One day tour to Chiang Rai (from 07.00 – 20.00hrs): visit Chiang Rai, an important historical city in the Northern Thailand, and also home to a diverse range of hill tribe people. Visit Mae Sai along the Thai-Burma border, Chiang Sean ancient city of ruins, the apex of Golden Triangle along the Mekong River overlooking Laos and Myanmar, and visit to Akha & Yao hill tribe villages. Lunch is included.
Tour 3: One day tour to Doi Inthanon National Park (from 08.00 – 17.00hrs): visit the national park of the highest mountain in Thailand with lovely stupa (pagoda), waterfalls and nature trails
Tour 4: SPECIAL ONE DAY TRIP TO KAREN-PALUANG LONG NECK HILL TRIBE VILLAGE Visit the Akha , Karen , Red Lahu , Lisu and Paluang hill tribes village known for their distinct long necks. Then to legendary Chiangdao cave & temple, an orchid farm & butterfly farm (from 08.00 – 19.00hrs)

Thank you

RE: Which trip to choose?

by Gillybob

You'll get as many answers as options on this one. It all depends on what you want but I'd go for Tour 1 as it includes a lot and you'll see scenery and hill tribe villages too. I think Tour 2 would be my second option.

RE: RE: Which trip to choose?

by ChrisThao

I don't think you can go wrong with any of those choices. It really all comes down to your personal preferences. As for me, I'd go with option 2 since it seems to be more physically challenging and mentally enriching all the while.

RE: Which trip to choose?

by aussiejen

We were in Chiang Mai 2 weeks ago. We did the 1st 2 tours, didn't do the 3rd. Had a great time doing both, but would probably have to choose the outing to the Golden Triangle as the best. Didn't have time to stop in Chiang Rai itself but checked out the White Palace nearby...beautiful. The boat trip down the Mekong was fun, included a brief visit to Laos. It was a very long day, 14 hours from start to finish. We didn't go with a tour company, instead we used a great driver with his own 4 wheel drive. I have his name and phone no if you would like it.

RE: Which trip to choose?

by xerxes2347

What would tour One cost approx please,would one get a discount booking 4,or is it usual to bargain?? first time visitor

RE: RE: Which trip to choose?

by Observatory

I haven't find out about the price yet coz I need to know which trip to choose first. This is the link, U can check it out yourself :)

http://www.chiangmaiyha.org/heart1.html

RE: RE: Which trip to choose?

by Observatory

Yes Aussiejen, please give me the details of this driver and how much he charges for the service. Thank you.

To xerxes2347

by Observatory

Sorry, the link I posted earlier is not the packaged tour. This is the correct link: http://www.chiangmaiyha.org/packa.html

Peace

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Loi Krathong Festival Part V

by allthai

As mentioned earlier, these lanterns were devoted to the three different gods. The lanterns were also presented to high ranking officials and wealthy people. It is then interesting to understand why Komes were so presentable and how these lanterns are made. The main structure of these lanterns are usually made with bamboo and covered with a coarse palm paper or cloth. Inside, a bamboo cylinder was necessary to protect the possible burning of the paper, since, altogether, 24 candles were required to light up the lantern. This large number of candles made illumination possible for about three hours. Candles were not always used to light these lanterns. Oils, such as sesame seed, castor, or coconut oils, were also used. The creation of these lanterns is open for the public to see and study at Chiang Inn Plaza during this festival.

People thought that lanterns could only be lit during Buddhist holidays or ceremonies, but, actually, lanterns can be lit every evening or night. These lanterns can be hung on gates, fences, doors, windows, or the roof, or any place an individual wants to adorn with these delightful creations.

There have been four different purposes for the northern Thais to hang lanterns. They are for beauty, to pay respect to Buddha images, to make one's home or mansion brighter, and for propitious purposes.

Nowadays, there are four traditional Komes in the north that attract visitors every year. They are 1) Kome Thuea (carrying lantern) or Kome Gratai (a rabbit's ear), 2) Kome Kwaen (hanging lantern), 3) Kome Paad (revolving lantern), and 4) Kome Loy (hot air floating lantern).

A Kome Thuea or Kome Gratai has a lighted candle inside. A Buddhist believer will carry it along during the Yee Peng Parade. When the parade is over, the worshippers will take the lanterns and decorate the temples, vihara, and other buildings.

Continued in Part VI

Antiques&decorated things

by pattayaraj about Behide Wat Ket

The Gallery antiques& restuarant.
Tel.053248601
- Old wooden shophouse with a long history (100 years).
- Fully decorated in oriental style
- Open 12.00-01.00

Vila Cini
Tel. 053246246,053244025 Fax. 053244867
Email : enquiries@vilacini.com
www.vilacini.com

Lan La Moon
Tel/fax. 053266263

Oriental Style
Tel. 053245724, 053243156 Fax. 053245725
Email : enquiries@orientalstyle.co.th
www.orientalstyle.co.th

Phao Thong
Tel/fax : 053302072 Antiques ,reproduction and handicrafts Expensive.

Culture Dance

by conniechong about Chiang Mai Old Cultural Center

It serves local Chiang Mai food, called Khantoke dinner. I was sitting against the wall on the carpet alongside with other tourists. A round table filled with few bowls of dishes, plus a bowl of vege soup. The beef curry tasted the best.

The Thai dancing starts at 8pm and there's a band playing local music from 7pm to 8pm. Beef curry the first, then fried chicken wings.

Good view, good times

by Tusitala about The Good View Bar and Restaurant

The Good View does, as the name may suggest, give a good view of the Ping River, and is an especially good place to watch the sunset over Doi Suthep.

It is massive ... a real 'tour bus' atmosphere, so not the place you want to go for an intimate one-on-one dinner. Especially when the live band cranks up. It's bright lights and beer jugs and loud party atmosphere every night with the dance floor getting quite packed. Chances of getting a table anywhere remotely near the river are slim ... in fact most people probably never even see the river from where the sit. But it's fun, and the Thai food is good and reasonably priced for a tourist joint.

Open for lunch a dinner. Full bar and healthy smoothies available too. Can't remember what I've eaten here. Good Thai food, and good times.

Royal Stupas

by RAINBOWWINGS

Donated by the Thai Airforce to the King and Queen of Thailand, these two magnificent stupas look down on some of the most spectacular gardens in Asia. Each stupa is decorated with beautiful mosaic tiles depicting a saga and inside are many buddhas with flowers that have been offered o them. Worth the 60 steps to reach them.

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Address: 36 Ratcha U-thit, Tambon Wat Ket, Amphoe Muang, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand