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Doi Chang

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Chiang Rai Temples Private Tour from Chiang Mai with Lunch
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Chiang Rai Temples Private Tour from Chiang Mai with Lunch

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Visit the magnificent temples of Chiang Rai on a full-day, private-tour from Chiang Mai to a series of iconic Buddhist sites. Enjoy the flexibility of a private driver/guide throughout the day as you visit Wat Sang Kaew Photiyarn, Wat Rong Khun, Wat Huai Pla Kung, and more, with a break for lunch in a local restaurant. This 13-hour temple tour from Chiang Mai includes pickup and drop-off at city hotels, lunch, and entrance fees, and it’s a fun, personal way to explore the sites of northern Thailand.
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Mr_Nobody_1979 wrote a review Oct 2019
Krakow, Poland3,982 contributions557 helpful votes
Probably getting to Doi Chang is equally adventurous than place itself, especially if one chooses to take shorter, yet much steeper road. When it comes to village itself, it much has changed since our last visit 4 years ago, same coffee shops, same impressive view over northern Thailand and same pleasant short hike to proper peak of the Doi. Definitely one of nicer day trip from Chiang rai.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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DGSmanila wrote a review Jan 2019
Bangkok, Thailand295 contributions141 helpful votes
while the place itself has nothing substantial to offer - not even some explanation or factory tour - the drive there is so beautiful and scenic that it compensate all
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Anthony Ruchi Kurera wrote a review Nov 2018
Negombo, Sri Lanka424 contributions39 helpful votes
Tried this coffee when I was in Thailand, I felt something amazing about this coffee, so I decided to give a try. It had a very different taste when comparing to other it wasn't that strong I tried the Americano, and I enjoyed it. Plus organic and fair- trade.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Paulynnlee wrote a review Oct 2018
Subang Jaya, Malaysia13 contributions6 helpful votes
Serves very good coffee. Fresh air, fantastic views, good service and great company, it's the place to r-e-l-a-x and b-r-e-a-t-h-e.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Chris D wrote a review Aug 2018
6 contributions10 helpful votes
I have lived in Thailand and Doi Chang is one of the best places I have been. The drive is beautiful, the locals are extremely friendly, and the food is amazing. If you are in Chiang Rai it's a 1/5 hour trip and is filled with absolutely incredible mountain views that was unlike anything I had ever seen in Thailand (I thought it was better than Pai). Upon arriving make sure you go to "Doi Chaang coffee house" (Note the two a's), this is the company that brought the great taste of doi chaang to the world. I spent a night in the village and after a delicious breakfast I met the owner of the macadamia nut farm and he took me on a personal tour of the village and let me have some of the delicious macadamia that the village is also famous for. after the tour, the only thing to do was drink more of the delicious coffee in the region, where I was fortunate enough to meet the "logo man" of Doi Chaang coffee!!! (This was the equivalent of meeting Lebron James in my eyes)... I would strongly recommend: Doi Chaang coffee house, Abonzo coffee and the macadamia nuts! However, the wonderful history lesson was also very sad... First I will summarize the lesson: The "Hilltribe" initially settled Doi Chang after the long journey from China, where they grew opium and made money through illicit activities as it was the only way of survival. The Thai king addressed this issue by researching, and providing the village with the seeds, and knowledge to grow coffee, macadamia, and fruits. The whole village turned around. Instead of drugs, everyone worked together to grow coffee and support the company of Doi Chaang. Even allowing it to go international and it looked like this once starving village had been saved! However... it gets very sad. After the passing of the company founder, they lacked the strength to maintain international business and I was devastated to hear this wonderful village once proud of its self sustainability was going bankrupt. So please visit this amazing place!!!!!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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