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189 Huay Kaew Road, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
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vaccine advice

by svibe

Help... My family of 5 have planned a 3 week trip to Thailand to celebrate the end of uni, highschool and primary school for our 3 kids. We hope to spend first week (nov 21) in chang mai, and plan to do few nights trekking. I am unsure, despite available vaccine advice, whether typhoid vaccine and also malaria tabs are really necessary, if we follow precautionary measures. Also any Hilltribe trekking tours that you would reccomend.

RE: vaccine advice

by Mikebb

Hi, We visited CM earlier this year and took malaria tablets, better to be sure, also the area floods about this time so I would think there may be mosquitos. We drank bottled water and were careful where we ate, no one in our group of 27 got ill.
CM is a good place for a holiday, I suggest you view VT pages for ideas on whast to see.
Good Luck

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Checking out a book about birds

by herzog63

One of the guys in our group brought along a big picture book about local birds and the kids are enjoying looking at the pictures and making the sounds that the birds make. It was fun as everyone was laughing and having a great time!


by koolkatz_76 about Lingerie

Thailand is a great place to shop for lingerie, but more so for Asian-sized women because the sizes are all generally petite.

Petite ladies will find that the lingerie here are a snag, due to the great variety and relatively cheap prices compared to other Asian cities.

Go to Robinson's department store in Airport Plaza (near Chiang Mai International Airport), and you can take your pick from a wide range of brands, some local, others well known like Triumph and Wacoal. For the international brands, you can sometimes find designs that are not carried in other Asian cities.

Quality is generally ok, but you will have to take care when washing them, because they may go out of shape quickly.


by June.b


If you're staying for a long period and on a budget, you could also want to try the small motorbike.

It is easier to get around Ching Mai and through the crazy traffic with a small motorbike. Some people say it's a danger, well, I was at the back of a friend's bike most of the time and it was fine.

Rental per day is around 100baht not including gas, bargain for less if you're renting it for a week or more.

Street Food : Dien taw, fruit

by bpacker about Various Street Stalls

Look out for this odd, tear-dropped shaped fruit the next time you're in Chiang Mai. It's called "dien taw" and it's sold for 60B a kilo. It's definitely not catered for the mass market as it has an acquired taste - the orangey flesh is sweet but dry and starchy. I did some research after I went back and I got a shock when I found out that that the fruit had a South American origin. It's known as the lucuma and it is described as one of the last crops of the Incas. Interesting! It still makes me wonder though, how an Incan fruit could make its way to South East Asia.

A temple without view

by Lyda1973

Here are more estrict with the dress, it's not allowed to wear shorts or shirts without sleeves. It's a beautiful temple, but having seen the Grand Palace, well... We went most of all to see the city from the viewpoint, but unfortunately was a lot of mist, but that is all the time, there isn't a view to the city anymore due to the pollution and other kind of things.
We jointed a tour that took us first to a traditional village, which was simply a street with traditional goods made by traditional people (indigenous), have beautiful things with very good prices


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