Thaphae Garden Guesthouse

60 Soi 3 Thaphae Rd, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand
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gesthouse in chiang mai

by haydnesque

im going to chiang mai on Dec 30 to Jan 2. Are there buses going on those dates?im a bit worried coz new year is in between.might have no transportation.

Any cheap guesthouse u recommed that has an email where i can book? Thanks.

Benjamin

RE: gesthouse in chiang mai

by Sathyamoorthy.U

Hi:
There are airconditioned VIP buses going daily from Morchit Busstation Bangkok.It is a 12 hr. journey.Starts 6 pm you are in Chiangmai nexday morning
6 am . Visit website of youth hostels. www.tyha.org, and then go to chiangmai youth hostels. Yiou will surely get some solution. Yes, there will be heavy
rush. book in advance.
Sathyamoorthy.U

RE: RE: gesthouse in chiang mai

by haydnesque

thanks. are there any busses from Nong Khai direct to Chiang Mai? How's the frequency of the trip and how much does it cost?

RE: gesthouse in chiang mai

by imstress

just had a very pleasant stay at www.julieguesthouse.com for 4 nights for THB160 for a double room with private bathroom and hot shower and fan.

RE: RE: gesthouse in chiang mai

by haydnesque

thank you!i hope its n0t yet full.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Sompet Market

by Willettsworld

This is a fantastic fruit and vegetable market to wander around in that's located in the north-east corner of the city walls. You can witness everyday Thai life going on here plus also see several farang doing their daily shopping as well.

traditional northern Thailand stuff

by awayhome about Night Bazaar, Chiang Mai

A lot a traditional Northern Thailand stuff by handmade and lot of beautiful Thai silk. The price is not so expensive much cheaper from Bangkok and so many things will be found on this place. traditional northern Thailand stuff, sill, Thai silk, and so many more.

Bangkok to Chiang Mai

by cksea

If you want to go to chiang mai by train right after your arrival at the airport. Book the ticket for Don Muang(Don Muang train station is just on the other side of the road from Terminal 1 of BKK intl airport) to Chiang Mai. Don't have to take it from Hualampong main train station.
Many says that you have to book early for the tickets. But I guess it's not necessary. We took train # 1 on 29 Apr 2004 at 8:27pm. The 2nd class sleepers were almost empty. Have no idea about the first class sleeper but I believe it was not full too.
Be cautious, the train is so long that you will need a long time to reach the 1st class sleeper. Just jump into the train and cross cabin by cabin. The train will only stop for 1-2 minutes at the station.

Lots of street food

by trisanna about Anusan Night Market

You will find street food all over Chiang Mai. At the Anusan ( a few blocks away from the night market) you can find some nice street food vendors selling everything from noodles, pad thai, curries to Thai cakes (kuehs) for dessert.

The meals are quite good and cheap. The vendors are pretty honest about prices.

What is a Wat?

by PierreZA

Chiang Mai has many wats in the city centre. A wat is a complex or compound of different buildings, including a Temple, Chedi, Library, Monastery etc.
It is not possible to visit all the Wats in Chiang Ma in a short period, but there are some more distinct.
Also remember that these Wats and temples are used for worshipping.

Some of the wats I had the chance of visiting:
Wat Chedi Luang
Wat Chiang Man
Wat Prha Singh
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
Wat Saenfang

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Address: 60 Soi 3 Thaphae Rd, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand