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Our bedroom has big window and private bathroom with hot and cold shower. We have free WiFi Internet in every rooms and in living area. Coffee and tea provide on the day .
Every rooms have private baht room with hot and cold shower. Close to Ping river , market and night barzzar.
Very quite with large garden big trees and green.
CHIANG MAI ATTRACTIONS
WHAT TO SEE IN CHIANG MAI
Chiang Mai is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in Thailand. The scenic mountain terrain beckons travellers to explore its peaks and forests, while the city is home to a wealth of historic and cultural sites waiting to be discovered.
Whether you're the adventurous type who loves outdoor activities or a cultured epicure who loves to experience the finer things in life, a holiday in Chiang Mai will more than satisfy you – it will amaze you.
The Night Bazaar is arguably Chiang Mai's biggest attraction in its self, leading the modern legacy of the Yuannese trading caravans that would stop here along the ancient trade route between China and Myanmar. Historic attractions are a bit thin on the ground around here. The reason people come to the area is primarily to shop and absorb the lively atmosphere.
Other pulls of the Night Bazaar are entertainment focused with a varied selection of bars featuring live performances of boxing, cabaret and singing. However, true to Chiang Mai form there are a few temples speckled around the area; these include Wat Sri Dornchai, Wat Chang Kong and Wat Ubokut. Although these are some of the least spectacular structures within the city it is still well worth checking them out. The Ban Haw Mosque built by the Chin Ho, a group of Chinese Muslims during the 19th century, is also within the Night Bazaar area.
I have to give more details about Baan SongJum Homestay. In front of our place there is a very good Chinese Duck Noodle Soup shop all our guests really like very much same as
home made Dim Some is very good too.
Chiang Mai's exalted river is Mae Ping . A community of Chinese traders and Western missionaries populated the eastern riverbank directly across from Talat Warorot. Today the neighbourhood is called Wat Ket, the nickname of the nearby temple, Wat Ketkaram. The temple was built in the 15th century and houses an eclectic museum of attic-like treasures.
If Th Charoenrat had footpaths, this area would rival the old city for its ancient ambience and tourist appeal. But speeding traffic claims the narrow space between buildings. Instead, it's best to dive deeper into the neighbourhood by going along one of the little lanes off Th Charoenraj and behind the temple.
- Beware of my dog we running to the street when you In & Out My House.
- Food and Drinks are not allowed to drinks in guest room,We have living area for Food and Drinks
- No Smoking inside guest room. Smoking is only allowed outside where it does not offend other guests.
- Pets are not permitted.
- Please keep quiet after 10.00 PM