Villa Duang Champa

82 Ratchadamnern St. Sri Poom, Muang, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
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Recommended tour operator for a 1 day jungle +hill tribe trek

by Danidin

Are all tours commercialized and Disneyland-like types? I prefer the less "touristy" ones.

RE: Recommended tour operator for a 1 day jungle +hill tribe trek

by WanderingNomad

<i did my 3 or 4 day hill tribe trek 7 years ago, and the same question was being asked. The real answer is any trek you go on is touristy, unless you do it alone. <i met two people, one from Boston and one from Chicago that did exactly that, and both went into burma also. Incredible guys, but not for everyone. <i really think you will get the same general experince with which ever trek you take. <obviously the longer the trek, the more adventuous the people with you, and less likely it will be "touristy". <unfortuatly if you are limited to one day, the greater the chance you will be with people under time constraints, or who are not as adventuous. Either way, don{t worry about it and enjoy it for what it is.


RE: RE: Recommended tour operator for a 1 day jungle +hill tribe trek

by thedouglas

We've had both day trips and treks from Chiang Mai - some better than others. They are all touristy, but some much better than others, and less exploitive of the locals. Some of the more "genuine" eco experiences can be found further north from around Chiang Rai, if time and travel scope permits.

RE: Recommended tour operator for a 1 day jungle +hill tribe trek

by asiaminor

especially the hilltribe visit is totally crab
there are even not real hilltribes they take you to a massive garden 400 baht for entrance there are signs with arrows inside to guide you you take the way for example long neck women's village once you get there what you see there 2 cottages and 3 of those women if you'd like to take a picture you can and tips are gently accepted 100 baht for a photo will be appreciated in other words they dont live there they ve been managed there for the tourists that makes the place somewhere like a zoo anyway if you d like to see them it seems to be the only way
we did our own trek tour by meeting locals and asking them to be our guides very closed to hilltrbes villages there is khunkon waterfall where i took my id photo for this site that is not mentioned on any trekking tours if you do on your own i would recommend you to see the place

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Chinese Muslims in Chiang Mai

by Fudge

There was this chinese mosque in the middle of Chiang Mai town, which we chanced upon while exploring the town on a sunday morning.

Interestingly while most people spoke Thai, they made attempts to speak to us in chinese when they found out we were from Singapore. The shops around this mosque were run by chinese businessmen, not necessarily muslim.

There was muslim food around the area too. Excellent teh tarik (malaysian style!) :)

Amazing night market

by gib157 about Night Bazaar

The Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai is quite famous and justly so. You can get anything there from Antiquesto Western and Thai clothes, gifts, swords, strange food, lamps, beautiful fabric. Theres loads of places to eat and watch Thai wrestling and dancing. I spent a lot there but I bought loads and another bag to carry it all. The MArket starts up at about 7pm and finishes at 12pm I think but it probably depends on how busy it is.

The people here were some opf the nicest I met and as long as you have an open mind and dont mind the crowds it should all be fun. There are some rip-offs, fakes, bad food, rabid dogs, a lot of beggars, but I didnt mind, it all added to the experience. I went twice and didnt get bored. I understand that theres more than one in Chiang Mai but this is the main one and I challenge anyone to get bored. I bought lots of clothes, lamps,a bag,jewellery and models and a few DVD's and Cd's. The DVD's were very cheap, obviously fake, but good quality. Obviously I dont Encourage pirating but I couldt help myself! It depends on many things - budget,taste, and whetehr it is possible to carry it all round wiht you once you've bought it

unconventional cab

by dimanche

the "songteaw" is a very unconventional cab unlike those air-conditioned metered ones found in most countries. it has a pick-up front and a back of a small-bus. the fare is usually agreed on before the trip and it is fairly cheap and even cheaper if travelling in a group of 6 or 7. it'll take you to most of the places that most people go so.

Great western breakfasts

by riproy about JJ's

Have your breakfast in A/C comfort. JJ's makes excellent western breakfasts in a comfortable environment.
Very friendly and courteous staff.
Free Bangkok Post newspapers float around the establishment. There French Toast is so good and only 59 baht - you can't beat it.
The coffee is real and good.

Doi Suthep-golden temple

by bebejepang

Wat Prathart Doi Suthep is the most sacred temple in Chiang Mai and contains a holy relic of the Lord Buddha. The temple was paint in golden colour, its look really great.
Tucked away in the mountains at an elevation of 1,056 metres, the temple is reached using a Naga (seven-headed dragon head serpent) railing along both sides (free) or elevator (20 THB).

I think using elevator is better. I came here last Dec, Thai people said it was winter, but it was really hot... I think it was more than 27 oC.

This temple is valuable to visit.
Entrance fee 30 THB

Note: when you visit temple in Thailand, please dress respectfully by not wearing sleeveless T-shirts, shorts pants or strapless sandals, because they will not permit you to enter the temple, except you borrow and use cloth from them (just usual cloth, is not good...). In some temples you have to take off your shoes/sandals.


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Address: 82 Ratchadamnern St. Sri Poom, Muang, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand