Touch Star Resort

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Jomthong-Inthanon Road,, 130/1 Moo Baan Huay Kwow, Chiang Mai, 50160, Thailand
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78%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
26%
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Very Good
31%
6
Average
21%
4
Poor
21%
4
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 13% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Families77
  • Couples55
  • Solo50
  • Business100

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Hotel in Chiangmai

by ikira

Hi Vts

We have 5 people travel in group to chiangmai in early march.
We have budget of 30USD per person pernight.
Wish to have 2 rooms or a 2 bedroom suite.

Can anyone recommend the hotel with this rate? Probaly 60USD.

Any suggestions? Including one day stay in Chiangrai

Please kindly advice.

Re: Hotel in Chiangmai

by swift33706

We stayed at the Maninarakorn Hotel and enjoyed our stay.

Re: Hotel in Chiangmai

by ikira

Hi mates

Thanks for your reply.
I read some review on this hotel online......
Most of them quoted that the hotel is not so nice as the facilities is quite old.

They are having promotion now. The rate is attractive :)

Re: Hotel in Chiangmai

by swift33706

We were there in November and it was not old or worn out.

Take a look at this site for hotels.

http://www.sawadee.com/hotels/chiangmai.html

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Fun trekking in Sanpatong area

by Perucha

They say, adventure travel in Chiang Mai is a must, but I was too lazy to go for few days trekking (even to walk for hours in the jungle)So if u have same 'problem', I recommend u to take a 1 day tour to Sanpatong district instead. Elephant trekking + visit 2 tribal villages + half hour walking + lunch + waterfall + bamboo rafting = FUN!

Whee!

by dimanche

It was quite exhilarating going down the slopes at top speed with the cool wind blowing in your face. Not to mention the beautiful scenery of the mountains and villages you'll get to take in along the way! You also learn some mountain biking techniques which will allow better control and that way, you'll get to enjoy more and be less caught up in trying to manoeveur the bike!

ChiangMai's Night Bazaar

by SumTingWong about Night Bazaar

To get some great shopping deals and to just see the culture of Chiang Mai you should go to the Night Bazaar. Here you can buy anything at a great deal. The Bazaar is so huge and complicated. What appears to be small stores can turn into an entire mall, it really is amazing. The Bazaar even continues underground. So I recommend spending a night here.

Great Lanna food and show!

by tatyanap about Khum Khantoke

Our hosts took there the first night we arrived in Chiang Mai. It was raining but restaurant staff provided HUGE umbrellas! Inside, decorations were breathtaking. We sat on the floor -- since we can't sit cross-legged for too long, there is space under each low table to stretch your legs. :-)

Show was made up of local dances, music, etc. It was amazing! Food was served Lanna-style -- each table received a tray which was refilled as necessary. It was plenty! The specialty here is sticky rice -- I really liked it. In fact, I liked everything -- just be open-minded and try everything, it's great!

See website below for more information!

Cooking Schools

by bpacker

If you love food as much as I do, try taking up a cooking course in Chiang Mai. It's almost de-riguer for us foodies to learn how to cook Pad Thai, Khao Soi, Som Tam and other favourites over here. By going through a cooking course, you are taking a crash course in culture really. You get to go on a trip to the market, interact with the locals, buy the local produce and return to the kitchen to create some magic. The course that is the most popular with foodies would be the one at Four Seasons:

http://www.fourseasons.com/chiangmai/cooking_school/index.html

Thai Farm Cooking is equally good since the ingredients that they used are grown in their own gardens and it's ORGANIC.

http://www.thaifarmcooking.net/home/

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