Standard Double Room with Shared Bathroom
“Clean, prompt communication, good location, comfy and good amenities. They charge a lot for laundry. Overall, perfect place to stay the night before crossing the border”
Chiang Saen Goldenland Resort 1 Branch Resort Near the tourist center in the heart of Chiang Saen. Room rates include breakfast, swimming pool, bicycle, tour wifi Close to major tourist attractions such as 1. Golden Triangle 9 km 2. Jade Temple 2 km 3. Checkpoint across Thailand - Laos Casino 5 km 4. Phra That Pha Luang Temple 4 km 5. 10 km of opium wrap
“What you get is worthy of the price. The landlord I am very responsible for leaving things in the room. Actively contact me to help me courier. Breakfast is delicious and delicious. The only hope is to improve the bathroom exhaust fan”
Located on a steap hillside with stunning views towards Puh Chi Fah Nature Reservation, and 30 minutes drive to River Mekong. From Chiang Rai International Airport it;s a 2 hour drive. Start driving towards Teung and then take road 1155. We do not recommend driving here in the dark, due to lack of street lights and the signs not being easy to see. Rent our house as your base and visit a community with border to Laos. Not for children under the age of 8.
“Dear Chaiya and Ingrid! It was a pity that you couldn’t be there while our stay but anyways we had a blast at your home aka. woodhouse! The view is just breathtaking and our hosts were the best chefs (food was outstanding good) fresh barbecued fish.. yummy! ...and traditional Thai cuisine ... never ate that good during our Thailand trip! But really the best was the house itself. Just beautiful. We were also traveling to villages were they (our hosts) showed us traditional handcrafts (fabrics/sewing for example) and went up to puh Chee fah peak (also amazing) ... would love to come back some day! PS: Way to the woodhouse from Chiang Rai (we recommend to ask chaiya for the hosts for pick up and driving around, really nice :-)), it took us circa 3 hours from the city up the hills, but totally worth it.”