YMCA International Hotel

11 Sermsuk Road, Mengrairasmi, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand
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Satisfaction Excellent
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  • Solo66
  • Business75

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Forum Posts

golden triangle to laos

by vtecturbo

Hi

can anyone suggest if going to laos after visiting golden triangle? is it near?

wats the form of transport? How long it takes and where to visit in laos for shopping?

have to complete within 1 day.

thks for advise

Re: golden triangle to laos

by picek

international border check point is in chiang khong (thailand) - hoauy xay (Lao, unless there's been any another added). if you need visa, you can can get it there for Laos, pay with USD or THB. there is mekong between thai and lao border post and you will have to take the boat to cross.

long way to go to find shopping in Laos... all to luang prabang. makes more than one day ride by boat. there's bus too... very long ride. i don't think you will want to travel so far and so long... for shopping. best in Laos is its culture and scenery. better do shopping in Thailand if that's your priority...

Re: golden triangle to laos

by vtecturbo

thks picek! i tot there is some border shopping for a short stop..

Re: golden triangle to laos

by picek

what do you want to buy? many things in Laos is imported from Thailand, even a lot of food comes from there. I think you can buy most of things in Thailand then and it is cheaper than in Laos. even handicraft and that... you can see very similar things in both countries. silver, gold, gems... also cheaper in Thailand for sure.

i think night markets are your best bet if you wanna buy souvenirs and clothes.

anyway, enjoy that area up there...

Re: golden triangle to laos

by picek

and if you need visa, you will lose 30 USD just to get into Laos... don't know where you're from but unless you're ASEAN member citizen or Russian, then you will need visa.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

What wat

by leffe3

Bounded by a moat and walls, old Chiang Mai is a very 'convenient' square, within which there is an enormous concentration of wats. Its a wonderful city to simply walk round and see where your nose and feet take you.

A Birdseye view of Northern Thailand! - Microlight

by Silvereye

Microlighting in Chiang Mai with Chiang Mai Sky Adventures was a different and unique way of experiencing Thailand and will be an experience to remember. The flight takes you over rice patties, a mountain-top temple and a picturesque dam containing gigantic fish! Bring a jumper or a jacket as it gets quite cold up there...........you are also allowed to bring your own camera but just make sure you have a piece of rope or something to secure it to you just incase you drop it ;).

A good food and folk dances

by MJL

An evening happening with two parts. First program include professional Thai folk dance and a northern khantoke dinner. After dinner walk a short distance to watch not so professional folk dance (picture).

Italian you want to miss on

by foodie05 about Picollo Roma

Service was disappointing and owner's attitude was a big miss.

Went there with my family (including a 2 year old daughter) and after being greeted by the staff, was asked to speak to the owner about seating (which I thought was strange). Italian owner told us that we had to sit outside as there were no tables available inside. We obliged despite misgivings about mosquitoes as we really wanted to sample the cuisine. To our surprise, when we used the restroom, there were several tables available inside. Despite asking to be reseated indoors (to avoid having my daughter feasted on by mosquitos), we were not accomodated. (Tables were not reserved) Staff kept on telling us to speak to the owner if we wanted to be reseated (again, strange). Felt almost as though they were filtering clientelle who could sit indoors vs. those sitting outdoors. We were properly dressed, so I am not sure what the deal was. Asked to speak to the Italian owner several times, but after waiting many minutes, he did not come out to speak with us. Decided to just pay the bill and head off, but went to speak to him to express our disappointment. Heated exchange ensued where he cared nothing for our business, was quite upset that we wanted to be reseated and essentially told us to take a hike.

Am writing this note as we felt quite discriminated against at this restaurant and wanted to warn others who are considering it. It was possibly because we were the only ones with a young child with us during dinner, and perhaps the owner did not want us disturbing the atmosphere of the dining area. Am not sure if being Asian had anything to do with it, but we were the only ones there. Would not have minded seating outside so much (as never make a deal out of these things), but mosquitos were all over my kid and we would have taken any table inside just to continue the meal without subjecting her to mosquito attacks. Nevertheless, no excuse for owner's attitude and impoliteness.

This is definitely a place to miss out on.

Doi Suthep. The great temple

by Fernandocramos

Acording to legend, holy relics discovered during the reign of King Kuena were placed in a howddah on the back of a white elephant, which carried them to Wat Pharathat, then dropped dead due to fatique from long journey.
This temple is amazing on the top of the mountain and you can see a good view to Chiang mai
Tip: Go to the up with elevator and come back dow by stairs . 306 steps.
The entrance is 30 bht

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