Cheap Hotels in Chiang Mai
Home Place Guest House Providing free Wi Fi it features a coffee shop and a 24 hour reception. Simply furnished rooms offer a choice of fan or air conditioning. Each room has cable TV a seating area and a private bathroom with a hot and cold shower. Guests can enjoy massage services at the property. Luggage storage and laundry services are also available. The coffee shop offers light meals snacks and drinks. More dining options can be found within an easy walk of the guest house.
Conveniently located in the heart of Chiang Mai, Prince Hotel offers spacious air-conditioned rooms with a cable TV. A 10-minute walk to Chinatown and fruit market, the hotel features an outdoor pool, a spa pool and free WiFi. The property is a 15-minute drive from Chiang Mai International Airport and Chiang Mai Train Station. It is a 20-minute walk to Night Bazaar and Sunday Walking Street. Rooms are luxuriously furnished in a modern and elegant style and have wooden flooring. All rooms have a private bathroom with a bathtub. Staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist guests with car rentals, shuttle service and travel arrangements. For convenience, the hotel offer laundry services, massages and currency exchange.
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Hotels in Chiang Mai
Relaxed, creative, cosmopolitan and yet traditional, Chiang Mai is a fascinating place to escape to.
Cocooned in the mountains, on the banks of the Ping River, Chiang Mai is Northern Thailand's largest city and is known as the Rose of the North. Book one of our Chiang Mai hotels and immerse yourself in history, culture, religion, food and fun.
A cruise along the River Ping on a traditional scorpion-tailed boat is a great way to see the city and learn about the history of the river. The trip lasts for between one and one-and-a-half hours.
At the Lanna Folklife Museum, housed in a former royal residence, you'll learn about North Thailand's religious beliefs, customs, temples, crafts, dress, culture and way of life. There's information in both Thai and English, and the museum is open every day except Mondays.
There are numerous cookery schools in Chiang Mai, including the Asia Scenic Thai Cooking School, which has two locations - a farm and a city classroom with a kitchen garden. Khun Gayray, who runs it, aims to teach students about growing vegeSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTIONs and herbs, as well as about Thai culture too.
Chiang Mai is full of temples, and is a good place to learn about Buddhism, as at a number of temples you can talk to and ask questions of monks. Wat Phra Singh, the city's most revered temple, houses a famous Buddha, known as the Lion Buddha, but is also noSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION for its ancient Lan Na art and architecture. Wat Chiang Man is Chiang Mai's oldest temple - it was built in around 1296 by the city's founder, Phaya Mengrai, and contains two famous Buddhas. At the start of every academic year, the first-year students at Chiang Mai University make a pilgrimage on foot to Wat Suthep, which is reached by climbing 306 steps. The climb is supposed to be a time of contemplation, though you can take a taxi. Here, at the monastery, you'll find the International Buddhist Centre, where you can join a meditation programme for anything between four and 21 days.
Known as the great market, Talat Warorot is the city's oldest and most famous market. It fills two buildings and several lanes, with food, craft items, clothes and souvenirs on sale. The enormous Chiang Mai Night Bazaar spans across several buildings, and everything from home furnishings to soaps and antiques are available. You'll find more stallholders along the Th Chang Khlan footpath. The Saturday Walking Street market in Th Wualai runs until midnight, and after dark you'll be entertained by musicians, puppeteers and street entertainers.
Eating and drinking
If you're interested in health foods, head to Pun Pun, which obtains most of the ingredients for its wholesome dishes from its own farm. Kow Soy Siri Soy and Aroon Rai, which pride themselves on their curries, are both popular with locals. Huan Soontaree serves northern, north eastern and central Thai specialities, but an even bigger attraction is its owner, famous singer Soontaree Vechanont, who performs there every night except Sunday.
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