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Doi Suthep National Park Beginner Downhill Bike Ride from Chiang Mai
"One of the most scenic and popular Mountain Bike rides in Chiang Mai your mountain bike adventure kicks off with a transfer from your hotel and a comprehensive safety and bike fit-out briefing. Then you are all set to enjoy a 25 km ride without the traffic.Itinerary: 9.30am: You will be collected from your hotel and after registrations are done embark on the 45 minute drive to the top of Doi Pui Mountain. It is here at the summit of the Doi Suthep National Park you will make the final preparation on your bike take in a thorough safety briefing and then a short test ride to get comfortable with your equipment.Heading off toward the Coffee Plantation
From THB1,550.00
 
2 Hour Traditional Thai Massage in Chiang Mai
"Enjoy 2 hours spa or massage in the heart of the historical part of town in the ""Old City"". Start your spa visit in style with the complimentary pick up service from your hotel (available within Chiang Mai city area). Relax in the lush and tropical surroundings of the spa with ample green spaces and water features while you comfortable clothing will be provided. After your massage the therapist will bring you to our air-conditioned area to enjoy a homemade ginger tea and a light snack. If you wish you can relax at the spa do some shopping at the spa shop for exclusive spa products or souvenirs or visit the adjacent Café. Enjoy a drink or snack in the tropical garden by the pond before the driver transport you back off at your hotel. The driver can drop you at a ma a restaurant or even at the airport. You can safely store your luggage at the spa reception area during your massage and the driver will send you off at the airport after you completed your treatments."
From THB1,200.00
 
4 Hour Fah Lanna Romantic Spa Package
"Enjoy the 4 hour spa package in the heart of the historical part of town in the ""Old City"". Start your spa visit in style with the complimentary pick up service from your hotel (available within Chiang Mai city area). Relax in the lush and tropical surroundings of the spa with ample green spaces and water features while you the therapist will bring you to our air-conditioned area to enjoy a homemade ginger tea and a light snack. If you wish you can relax at the spa do some shopping at the spa shop for exclusive spa products or souvenirs or visit the adjacent Café. Enjoy a drink or snack in the tropical garden by the pond before our driver brings you back to your hotel.Our driver can also drop you at a marke a restaurant or even at the airport. You can safely store your luggage at the spa reception area during your massage and the driver will send you off at the airport after you completed your treatments."""
From THB5,000.00

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Annual Festival Yi Peng

This year 2014 Yi Peng or Loi Khratong was held on 5-6-7 November. This is an annual festival and celebrated in a grand scale in Chiang Mai. They have 3 different parades at Thapae Road walking...
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Wat Suan Dok - Music

When I visited this temple, which is located about 1km west of the city walls, a small group of musicians started playing traditional Thai instruments inside the main viharn. This was great to see and...
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MONKEYS.....FOR FOOD.....or.....PETS?

When visiting and Akha village, make sure you keep your eyes open when wandering around the Village, as you never know what you might see!At the Village we visited, we saw Monkeys chained underneath...
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TEAK TREES

On my tour to Doi Inthanon National Park, I noticed a lot of Trees that I hadn't seen before. On asking my guide what they were, she told me they were Teak Trees.They can grow to 30 meters tall with a...
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WAT CHEDI LUANG MONK CHAT

If you want to learn about the Monks and Buddhism, then you can do so here at Wat Chedi Luang. You can have a free 'Monk Chat' from 1 to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday.The point of the monk chat program...
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MONKS & STRAY DOGS

On visiting Wat Chedi Luang, one of the things I noticed was the amount of stray dogs here. Actually, they look after the strays here, and there are a few donation boxes scattered around........as the...
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Geckos Abound

In any given restaurant or guest house, you're bound to see tiny green geckos flitting all over the outside walls and ceilings. Don't be alarmed.These little guys work to eat the mosquitos that abound...
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Loi Krathong

This is a festival (best celebrated in the North) where the Thais thank the godness of water. Therefore the main activities are centred along rivers, lakes and canals. Krathong means raft. So all the...
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LOI KRATHONG FESTIVAL

When you are traveling in the month of November in Thailand, try to assist at the Loi Krathong Festival, falling on the 12 th Full Moon of the Lunar Calender. Last year, Nov. 2007, it was on Nov....
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One little motorbike!

You can't see it in this picture - but there's a little side-motorbike - or is this supposed to be the sidecart with the load! Definitely a rider in charge of the load! He took the corner with the...
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Doggie fashion

We had a lot of laughs through Thailand, especially at the markets in Bangkok, at the array of doggy fashions! This delightful girl and her "friend" were driving alongside us in Chiang Mai, and more...
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Loy Kratong Festival

On fool moon in the 12th month of the year (around october - november) people celebrate Loy Kratong festival. They thank the godess of the water because they could use her water and they ask...
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Tips for bargaining in Thailand

Bargaining is part of the culture in Thailand. The vast majority of markets and small stores not only allow it, but expect it. That said, there here are some quick tips to get you started:1) You can...
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Loi Krathong Festival Part VI

Kome Kwaen are also offered to pay respect, and prayers to Buddha images are made. There are several shapes of this certain lantern. They are the Baat Pra (Alms bowl), Dow (Star), Ta Gra (Basket), and...
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Top Things to Do in Chiang Mai

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The Karen Long Neck Hilltribe Settlement

I came here, wherever it was, as part of a long-necked tribe daytrip I did from Chiang Mai. We arrived after visiting an orchid farm and riding elephant at the Chok Chai Elephant Camp but things just...
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Wat Phra That Doi Suthep - Buddhist Temple

Wat Doi Suthep If you must go, go with a tour group or a songtheaw (takes about 40 minutes from walled Chiang Mai). Biking would be near impossible (if you're not a biking enthusiast) at such a...
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Jungle Trek

In all the touristic catalogs, Chiang Mai is advertised with waterfalls. Well, I don't know if we were taken to the best or not, but we were not impressed. It's only a healthy small walk in natural...
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Massages

Was on a cycling trip with a group of friends when i passed by this massage parlour THONG TARA SPA a couple of times. Decided to give it a try on my last day there as it was near my lodging....
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Elephant Ride

It's show business... but it's good. The performance at the training center (I don't know if it exists more than one) shows hard work and professionalism with the elephants. The show pleases adults...
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Excursions

It was easy to see the effort being made by Thai authorities to open the touristic resources to tribal people from inland. We saw the mixture between authentic tribal life, and serial production of...
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