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We stayed with the three of us in two appartments. Petchara and Panom where the best hosts you could wish for, nothing was too much. We stayed a week which was great, could have easily stayed longer. The hosts are very knowlegdeable and willing to...More
I stayed at this place two times this fall and it was wonderful! The views of the surrounding forests and mountains are excellent from the higher-up sitting cottages. The cottages are super-clean, modern, big and comfortable. The owners, Panom and Petchara, are nice, kind, thoughtful...More
Although removed from the bustle of Chiang Mai City, this resort is not far. You have to go by car, but the owners have an office downtown, making it easy. The resort has several bungalows, each very clean and comfortable, with wifi, television, and lovely...More
Had original planned to stay for 3 days but decided to extend our stay for additional 3 days. The lodge is locate 20 km from Chiang Mai and is for guests that will enjoy time in a peaceful location. The time spend here was one...More
Lovely place to stay when visiting Chiang Mai (short bus ride away from city centre) – peaceful place in the countryside (which worked for us as we arrived after 2 nights in Bangkok!). You will really feel relaxed and away from it all here. Bungalows...More
US$34 - US$43 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Ban Rai Tin Thai Ngarm Eco Lodge Chiang Mai Province/Mae Rim
We are planning to travel to Chaing Mai at the end of March and stay during April. We are a little concerned about the combination of heat and the slash and burn farming that apparently goes on in the area. Did anyone have any particular problems with this and does it affect your enjoyment of the area?
2 January 2015|
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Response from Panom M | Property representative |
Sawaddee Krab Thank you for your kind interest in our room & tour service and sorry for our late reply. The climate in April is normally warm during the day time by the Summer Season started in March. The forest fire... More
Sawaddee Krab Thank you for your kind interest in our room & tour service and sorry for our late reply. The climate in April is normally warm during the day time by the Summer Season started in March. The forest fire often occurs in March about 2 -3 weeks and completely finish in April. Thailand has the largest annual festival "Water Festival" held between 12-16 th of April. It cools down the heat with funny water-fights in the street. Our eco lodge Banrai Tin Thai Ngarm outside Chiang Mai is much cooler. You can relax in the beautiful Mae Sa Waterfall nearby.More info, please call 66-81 8837593, 66-88 2677804 .
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"The rooms are all ensuite, wi-fi with balconies and calm views."