Vieng Lanna Mantra

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

9 Rajdamneon Road, Soi 1 Tam bon Sri Phume, Amphur Muang, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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wheelchair travelling in chiang mai

by ellememe

Hi,
I am contemplating visiting Chiang Mai in December with my family. I use a wheelchair - I have been looking at Air Asia (not good for wheelchair user) and train from Bangkok.
I would appreciate ideas about how feasible it is to 'do" Chiang Mai in a wheelchair. I come with my two grown up kids.
thanks for help,
elle

RE: wheelchair travelling in chiang mai

by sarahreynold

My suggestion would be to use Thai Airways, their flights are large wide body planes and Thai are very efficient, they will take care of everything for you, put the wheelchair in the hold and provide their own both at bangkok and they will meet you off the plane in Chiang Mai.

As for information and tips for chiang Mai perhaps you might try and contact
Khun Daeng in Vhiang Mai, perhaps he can give you some good tips and suggestions.

http://members.chello.nl/danblokker/e_home.html

You will find Thai people very helpful indeed, good luck.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Show respect to the King

by SumTingWong

The king of Thailand is very important to the Thai people. He doesn't have much of an effect on the government, but he is loved by the Thais. If you ever drive by statues of the king in Bangkok you may see your taxi driver waiing in the car, out of respect to the king. This is not North Korea, but do show respect for the king! The Thais will like you for it!

SATURDAY NIGHT STREET MARKET

by balhannah about Night Market

Another street market that attracts a lot of people.

This market also has everything you could possibly want, and as a tourist, it is worth going to for a browse around.

It starts at 5, but it is probably better to arrive after 6pm in the hot weather. The road is closed to cars from 4pm. It finishes at 11pm.
It's the old silver working district, and some shops stay open late on this day.

I went to this market 1st, then the Sunday market, which in my opinion is a lot better.

Dinner and dance Lanna style

by smirnofforiginal about Kantoke Palace

Ok, so it's a bit touristy but the food was good and the performances are too. Kantoke Palace is based on traditional Lanna food and dancing ah yes, and for that extra touristy experience you too can take to the stage and join in the performance... or put your head down and keep eating!

Open 7-9:30pm

Doi Inthanon National Park

by travelgurl

Doi Inthanon National Park is a beautiful place, with beautiful flowers. On the way down, you will be able to see beautiful waterfalls too...
But it takes about 1- 2 hours from chiang mai town. If you have time, do take a trip up.

For more information or pictures are found in my website.

Elephant Ride

by ladyleo0408

The Maetaeng Elephant Camp is a wonderful place to see how well-trained elephants can be. They'll perform a couple of tricks and can be really fun to watch, especially if you have never had a close encounter with an elephant before.

You can buy pre-packed bananas and sugar canes to feed these animals, and get snorted at! Elephant rides are the highlight of the trip, but not if your elephant is in a grouchy mood and decides to run uphill, downhill and everywhere else (like the one I was riding)... Good thing the mahoot (elephant trainer) is kinda stern...

You'll also get to ride on a ox-cart back to the start point.

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Address: 9 Rajdamneon Road, Soi 1 Tam bon Sri Phume, Amphur Muang, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand