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GUIDE only :

Use the information below as a guide only.

It will be helpful in getting you started.

I personally visit Thailand as much as possible , including one of my favourite towns ... Chiangmai. Updates below are based on proven reliable sources.

 

TAKE NOTE :

It is difficult to update Chiangmai , cause there is little intelligence on the place as fewer and fewer guys visit the place nowadays , including myself. Chiangmai nowadays is a non event sex-wise , compared to Bangkok and Pattaya , a non event. 

 

NOTE : The original 1am curfew for nightspots , varies a bit from town to town , nowadays. But the authorities seem to focus mainly on the 'lewd' GoGo Bars. Freelancers on the street and Disco's seem to be able to circumvent the 1am curfew in most towns/cities , including Chiangmai. There are other establishments that 'bend the rules' , sometimes only temporarily , until they are caught up with. Thailands sex scene is ever fluid/spermatic : )

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Sweet Chiang Mai
 

But not as sweet as it used to be, especially with the increasing traffic and pollution , but sweet nevertheless. It has a certain, charm/character that most other towns/cities do not have . This of course, is my personal opinion. I have a prejudice towards small/medium sized cities and Chiang Mai fits that bill. "Big enough to be sinful, small enough to be provincial" is what I say about Chiang Mai (and Cebu City in the Philippines)

It's the 'beauty queen' reputation that first attracted me to Chiang Mai in the 1970's , and on arrival I found the town itself also had a quaint charm about it that I liked and still like. That of course is changing as it grows into an ever bigger and busier city. As a sex city, it can be beaten quite easily by Pattaya and Bangkok and to a lesser extent by Patong (Phuket). But I wouldnt go to Chiangmai to see beauty queens. A significant number of them migrate to Bangkok Massage Parlours , where they can make more money than in Chiangmai. Example ... Nataree Massage in Bangkok  : )

Also, in Chiang Mai you can run into ladies who have little experience of farangs ways and thus come across as shy, timid or even unco-operative. Better looking, but not better performing is what some would say about them. They perform better if you can speak some of the language. This 'coldness' by the girls , mainly occurs in Thai orientated places. The coldness is actually a fear of the unknown (falang/foreigner) , and the knowlege they can not communicate with you in English.

So , on with the show and let's explore this virtual treasure chest of light skinned , pretty , but not so sexy Chiang Mai ladies.

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Quick tips for Chiang Mai :

For Budget Bangers with no time to waste - stay at Roong Ruang (see below) , eat at Bier Stube , Beer Bar crawl in Loi Kroh Road , Go-Go at Foxy Lady and Massage at Sayuri. Details re these can be found in this Basics section and the Chiangmai Nightlife section/link.

 

 

Air - Train - Transport 
 

In my opinion you only have two choices in getting to Chiangmai , although in the years gone by , I travelled on more than one occasion via the third choice (bus).

Going by Bus nowadays is not really an alternative at all. Dangerous (lots of road accidents) boring , and a real 'marathon effort' at about 600baht or more , and 11hours. I gave up going by bus when, over the years, I realised how many fatal road accidents the Thais have , and the futility of trying to save on an air fare.

Spend a bit on yourself , there is no countryside to see on the bus , thus no 'gain' , and only 'pain'.

Fly up , train back with a Chiangmai beauty , is not a bad idea. Show her off , in front of all those dark skinned Isaan girls that inhabit Bangkok's go-go bars : )

 

Transport to Chiang Mai : 

 

By Air -
 

Currently best bet is Air Asia (airasia.com) . Sorry I forget what I paid , but it was a lot less than Thai Airways. Another budget airline is "1 , 2 , Go" (Orient Thai) , but get the impression that it has faded in popularity and Air Asia is the number one choice nowadays. Purchase over internet when in Thailand or buy via one of their Offices at Airport/s or in the towns themselves. Google for address in town/s. Or , a  Thai based Travel Agent who will only charge a 1/200Baht commission (normally). Check online best price then approach travel agent "But I can buy online for ........... " should bring the price down if they are trying to rip you off : )

Airport Info Desk will tell you where respective airlines are located within the building.

 

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Arrival at Chiang Mai by Air -
 

Airport : All Airport info might be a little dated by now. I normally fly to Chiangrai and bus back to Chiangmai , so not sure what the arragement is at Chiangmai Airport nowadays. It's changed a lot over the years. Next trip I will fly Bangkok to Chiangmai , so will have better info. Have given up with Chiangrai for the foreseeable future ... too quiet (Chiangrai).

In days of yore ... Exit plane, walk along tarmac and follow the leader to Domestic Arrivals and ‘Baggage Collect’ . Small conveyor belt, grab bag , out Exit door. To your left as you exit Baggage Hall should be the "Airport Taxi" desk. Get your Bt120 limo ticket here. Includes airport tax.       You pay driver the Bt120 plus tip if any (Tip : Bt20/50) at the end of your trip , not the girl at taxi desk. 

Other facilities at this airport :

Hotels Association Desk. They show you a Photo Album of association members hotels. Pretty limited. I suspect the staff at this booth are getting a commission from the Hotel they send you to, so they will send you to the one with the best commission , if they can. Better to check my reco's below or have a look at a copy of Lonely Planet. Only prob with Lonely Planet , the places they reco. are Backpacker friendly but not necessarily Overnight Guest (Lady) friendly.

There is also an "Airport Info." Desk which should not be confused with Tourist Info Desk . No Tourist Info Desk at the Airport. Don't worry, whorist .com has plans of installing a "Whorist Information" Desk in the future : )

ATM’s , covering most brands , are a fair walk (with baggage). Even further yet again and about 75 metres from Baggage Exit are three Foreign Exchange Offices. That is, at the very end of the building , to your right as you exit baggage claim. More convenient to change at Bangkok before departure.

Transport to city area -
 

Most convenient - "Airport Taxi". Get ticket at Booth (Baht120 ?) , located to left as you exit Baggage Hall and then exit glass doors which are also to the left of the Baggage exit/Booth (Booth staff will direct you) and wave ticket. Limo representative will approach you and allocate a driver to you. Driver takes ticket and delivers you to the address on the ticket. You pay the driver at the end of your trip. Usually no hassles with these drivers.

An alternative to the Limo. would be to try your luck and stand at the steps outside the Domestic/Int’l Departures entrance steps (to your right as you exit the Baggage Hall) and grab a Tuk Tuk dropping someone off. Baht 50/70 is the correct Tuk Tuk fare to Chiangmai City. Next alternative, and requiring a little more energy and patience , is to exit the same doors for the Limo, pass the Limo people, walk 150 (?) metres past the car park in the hot sun , onto the main road outside the Airport and wave down a passing Tuk Tuk. Once again Baht 50/70. Tuk Tuk drivers are reasonably good at English but if your accommodation is not well known by the drivers, they might have difficulty in locating it.

"Airport Taxi" is the best for a smooth transition from the Airport to your lodgings as the English speaking lady at the ticket booth will explain to the thai (and limited english) speaking driver where your Hotel is , if necessary.
 

By Train from Bangkok -

 

Suggest you go to Hua Lamphong train station bangkok ,  in a taxi and buy ticket day before. See "Best buy" , below.

If you want to buy from travel agent : 1. Check your Hotel , maybe they can sell you a ticket , for a modest commission , or 2. Thai Overland Travel (TOT) , who are located at 407 Sukhumvit Road, between Soi 21 & 23 and therefore a long walk from the Soi.4 area. Alternatively, catch the Skytrain to AsokE4 Station (Soi 21). Phone (02) 2584778-80. 2589246-7 Fax (02) 259-6558. Email : todbul@a-net.net.th or todbul@ksc.th.com Alternatively go to Hua Lamphong train station day or two beforehand and buy ticket there.

If its TOT , then , as you enter the front door of TOT - Straight ahead = Overseas Air ; to your right - Domestic Air . Upstairs - Train Tickets. No train ticket sales during lunch hour. Call personally around 9a - 11a or 2p -5pm. Chiang Mai is a popular route, buy your ticket a day or two before departure.

Best buy : 2nd class special express sleeper , air con car . Choice of floor level or upper berth. I prefer the upper sleeping berth away from potential dust and more secure for your small personal belongings when asleep. Cost Baht960 approx total (standard ticket + special xprs fee + sleeping berth charge + air con fee) ex travel agent Bangkok. Might be cheaper if bought at Hua Lamphong train station bangkok itself . Fan sleeper is Bt800 all up ex travel agent , and a bit hot. Air con is too cold. Take your choice. I've tried both and prefer air con , cause with fan you arrive feeling very dirty having slept hot in ya clothes overnight.

If on time , it takes approx 14 hours. I think its been a lot quicker than that on occasions too , dont know why. You can bet on it leaving on time, but not necessarily arriving on time. This applies to all train travel in Thailand. Do not arrive late at train station for departure. If you do , train will not be there , already gone : ) Sometimes I have noted , they leave on the minute , wait for no one. 

Arrival at Chiang Mai Train Station - Catch a Tuk Tuk out the front of the station , to accommodation in the Thapae Gate area for Baht 60/70.

By Bus from Bangkok -
 

As in the introductory notes above  , busing it from Bangkok is not recommended . Uncomfortable and unsafe with erratic red bull drinking drivers on a congested road. Food enroute is also unsatisfactory. For a land trip , take the train , it's a little bit of old world charm and a lot safer and more convenient.

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Transport to Bangkok (from Chiang Mai) :
 

By Train -
 

As this is a popular route, purchase your ticket at the Chiang Mai Train Station at least the day before departure. Tuk Tuk to the Station Baht 60/70 from the Thapae Gate area. See Bangkok to Chiang Mai Train info for more details (Bangkok notes). Much the same in reverse. Takes 14hrs to get to Bangkok. See prices Bgk - Mai , same in reverse.

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By Plane -
 

See Arrival Airport notes above. Air Asia is the most popular right now. Office just up the road from Roong Ruang accommodation (see accom below) and most probably at Chiang Mia Airport too. Best one to buy from , Air Asia. Check on arrival with airport information its whereabouts.  As an alternative ... an airline called : "1 , 2 Go" is also located at the Chiang Mai airport. You can also buy a air ticket over the phone with credit card. Phone number 1126. I went out to Chiangmai airport and bought ticket there , 5hrs before flying time. Last trip I used AirAsia and they were better than "1 , 2 Go". Alternatively , check Thai Airways Office , located at 240 Phra Pokklao Road Chiang Mai . But most probably not located at airport (?). Much more expensive that Air Asia (last trip).

Quickest way to the Airport is Tuk Tuk @ Baht 50/70. Songthaew communal taxi not so quick and Baht 20 or more.

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Transport within Chiang Mai : 
 

You have four choices :

1. Tuk tuks - Ave fare 30/40 baht, 50/60 for longer trips. Most popular form of transport.

2. Samlors (push bike taxis) , same cost as Tuk Tuk . 'Old World Charm' : ). Note : I did not see a single one last trip. Outlawed ?

3. Songthaew (public pick up’s with bench seats ) , average fare , 10/15baht. Enquire with the driver first before embarking. He might not be going anywhere near your drop off point and his English might be limited.

4. Honda Dream 100/120cc motorbikes Hire ....... Baht 150 or more per day . Check and make sure Insurance is included. One you might like to try : Soi .5. Moonmuang Rd , 150/200 Metres down from JJ Bakery.

Now Soi .5. is a little street/alleyway to your left down from JJ Bakery. When you turn into this Soi , you will see motorbikes lined up outside a small shop on your right 10/20mtrs into this Soi. Sorry , forgotten name of this business , but proprietor has a good grip of English and was a fair trader with me. Whilst filling out hire form give proprietor Baht50 and get him to get someone to go and put some gasoline/petrol in the motorbike. Not one , motorcyc proprietor in the whole of Thailand , will give you a bike with gasoline in it. Needle will be on empty. If you have difficulty in finding a gasoline station you could run out of petrol/gasoline. So aThai can go get it for you , to kick start your hire.

I suggest you pay the extra for insurance. Big deal , even if you have a small accident.

Choose a helmet with visor (pollution/dust etc). Check brakes , tyres , lights , horn etc BEFORE you get out of sight of motorcyc shop. You might have to return and swap for something better. What a thai thinks is ok , aint necessarily what you think is ok (brakes , lights , tyres etc).

 

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I have been to Chiang Mai umpteen times and up to about 4 years ago experimented with accom , but not any more. Roong Ruang Hotel is my favourite abode in Chiangmai nowadays. For budget bangers only , big spenders should seek elsewhere. Ratings on lodgings are very subjective. What suits one, does not necessarily suit another.

But the good news is - there is one heap of accommodation in Chiang Mai. No shortage in that respect. Most of it is budget priced, reasonable and 'lady friendly', but of course check that aspect before putting any money on the table. After dropping your bags at one, you can stroll around town where you will bump into one lodging house after another. As usual, follow the basic 'rules of encounter' as espoused in the Bangkok Accom Section.

Overall : Double Room means accommodation for two people, so if you have an o/n guest you do not have to pay extra. But some places do not accept overnight guests , ie , hookers , only some. Check beforehand. Ones listed below are known to accept hookers overnight at no extra charge.; 

 

Budget Hotels  -

 

Prices might have inflated since I have checked these places personally. Walking around checking prices etc is not my idea of a holiday , hence do not do it that often nowadays ................

The currency quoted on this website is the Thai Baht. For conversion to your local currency refer to : xe.net/ucc

In order of merit (personal subjective opinion only , of course).

Right now , today , I would only choose from the first two , no other choices for me :

Roong Ruang Hotel - 398 Tapae Rd. Phone (053) 234746/232017. Fax (053) 2522409. No email. Fan rooms Baht450 downstairs , I think Baht550 upstairs. I was downstairs last trip , nothing wrong with it. Suitable for my needs. Hot water actually works : )

Double Air Con Rooms also available. Forgot to write down their prices. Think around Baht650 per day. They then have a small number of more expensive rooms too , nowadays. Up to Baht1250 , I believe.

Two/three mins from Thapae Gate and action area, but it is difficult walking across Chai Ya Phum Rd , to Moon Muang Road and the action during peak hour traffic. Heavy vehicular traffic being the problem. There was a young guy in his mid twenties staying at Roong Ruang who said he had been staying there two weeks and in that time had been unable to cross Chai Ya Phum Road ! Incredible, it wasn't that difficult to cross. I am 73yrs old and have no real difficulty scampering across the road : )

Good Management and ambience (some trees, shrubbery , garden ) - Roong Ruang. ‘Ladies’, no prob and no extra charge. Once before checking in to Roong Ruang I asked the young lad at the Counter : "Any problems with Ladies" ?. He replied with a nice smile :"No problem for us , maybe problem for you" . That is , we accept no responsibility re thefts in the room etc. Upstairs rooms have a balcony and share Fridges. Sec. Boxes - yes. Negatives - Getting across that road to places like Bier Stube to eat. Cable TV - limited Channels, incl. no Sports Channel. Channel 54 best for news/sports coverage (BBC). But that may have changed in recent times. Did not check when last there. Rarely do I switch on a tv when in Thailand (or Philippines). I do not travel overseas to watch tv. I travel overseas to watch women  : )

Montri Hotel - Location : 2-6 Ratchadamnoen Rd (opp. Thapae Gate). Main entrance to Hotel is in Moon Muang Road.

Phone (66-53) 211069-70 Fax 217416 Email: am-intl@cm.ksc.co.th . Baht 575/625 standard room , Bt695/745 ‘Superior’. I think prices might have gone up in recent times , budget on say Baht750 for standard rooms , and Baht850 for Superior. I find calling in to hotels to ask prices etc is very uninteresting work : ) Ask for back room away from Moon Muang Road.(noise factor). Sec box. Sat. TV. Fridge. Air. No prob o/n (on night strip) , but check before booking in. It’s a good quality hotel on the main night life/restaurant road. Exc. location. Recommended for those who do not like the lower priced budget places (like Roong Ruang).

Suriwongse Hotel : I have known this hotel since 1978 , popular with mongers too. Right in the Night Bazaar area , walking distance to some places. For me , I would feel a little embarrassed walking into this hotels large foyer with mum and dads possibly around , with my fuck for the night , but plenty of guys do it. More of an embarrassment for an old bloke with a young girl ( me : ) I'd say , not such a prob with someone 40 or younger I suppose. Bt1200 , nice place , but too far away from what I call the 'action area' ..... Moon Muang Road (see Montri Hotel above).

Guys recommend : directrooms.com for booking hotel rooms. Dont know , never tried them. Agoda.com is also popular nowadays. Personally I do not book online , over phone , whatever. Just front up. But then I know Chiangmai ,  and can move around easier than a newbie/beginner.

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Tapae Place Hotel - Soi .3. Thapae Road, No.2. Phone (053) 270159. Fax nil. Email: tapaehotel@hotmail.com . Along Thapae Rd , the Sois are numbered from East to West. Thapae/Tapae ..... same road/place.

Finding it : From Roong Ruang , walk 3/400 mtrs down Tapae Road to Soi .3. on your right. The hotel is only a few metres up Soi.3. Double Air Con Room , Baht 600/700 (still ? maybe add a 100) . No fan rooms . Sec box - yes. Cable TV - Receptionist said - ‘soon’ = by now , yes. Overnight guests ok, but check before booking in and no extra charge for same , cause double room paid for. Good ambience, standard , and location . Only possible negative factor is the entrance and lobby which is long and wide. Therefore the 'walk of shame' might be a factor for some : )

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Lai Thai Guesthouse - 111/4-5 Kotchasarn Road Tel: (053) 271725, 271414 or 271534 Fax: (053) 272724 .

Modern Thai-style 120 room hotel located on the southeast corner of the moat. It's still close to the action and merely 5 minutes from the Loi Kroh Road and Thapae Gate. Small courtyard with swimming pool, air-con rooms available for 590 baht (price increased ?). Guest friendly. A possibility. 

Little Home Guest House - 1/1 Kotchasarn Soi.3. ( No.120). Chiangmai. Ph. (66.53.) 206939 Fax 273662 .

Upstairs rooms have balconies. Baht 250 Single/Double (downstairs, not sure about upstairs). There is a little outdoors breakfast restaurant on the same premises whereby backpackers and the like sit and watch who comes and goes. Walk of shame factor : ) . I moved out of here cause I am old , and feel a bit uncomfortable with young foreigners observing me bringing girls one third my age , into the place : )

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Other possibilities - Veerachai Court, Thapae Road Soi.2. Baht 380 ; Prince Hotel , 3 Taiwang Road Baht 600; Peters House , 2/10 Kotchasarn Road , near corner of Thapae Road Baht 300 ; President Hotel , 226 Witchayanon Road , Baht 350. And the list goes on. No shortage of options in Chiangmai. Only potential problem ... do they accept overnight hookers , and without additional charge ?

Online prices etc : agoda.com .......and/or : ethaihotel.com

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MAPS :
 

We suggest you buy the The "B&B Thailand North" Map. That same B&B map supplies an adequate map of Chiang Rai too. You can buy maps (and Thai Dictionaries) at DK Bookshop which is located in Kotchasan Road , about 70 metres up from the corner of Kotchasan and Loi Kroh Roads. Kotchasan Rd is on the opposite side of the Moat to Johns Bar. DK Bookstore is a large white building set about 50 metres back from the road. Ask anyone you come across , everyone knows the DK Book Store.

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Restaurants : 
 

Chiang Mai Restaurants are as good or better than the renowned Bangkok ones. All , except the first listed, are along the tourist strip and action area and therefore are convenient to Roon Ruang and Montri Hotels. None of mine listed are considered classy, they are budget , but there are some nice classy restaurants in Chiang Mai. My problme is .... I lack the 'class' to eat at them : )

Phonnon Cafe - Tapae Road, opp. entr. to Roong Ruang Hotel. On the corner of Soi.6. Budget. Popular with younger set , incl. backpackers , especially at breakfast time. Attractive waitresses , ogling the young falang tourists : )

Bier Stube - 33/6 Moon Muang, just past Johns Corner (see Nightlife Notes for location of Johns) and 50/60 mtrs before Restaurant. Food is good but the Menu is a bit limited in respect of Anglo Saxon type meals. You can sit out the front of Stube , sip a beer, and maybe catch a fish (lady) as it struts along the tourist drag (Moon Muang Road) , but its a long shot : ) I ate there last trip mainly for sentimental reasons. I've known owner and some staff for 26yrs now. Good enough for 2/3 days, after that I would experiment with other places.

The Gatehouse Inn :  47 Moon Muang, 50/60 metres further on (heading north) ,same side. Used to be called True Blue and the top place for eats , but owner sold out and moved on. Have yet to try new owners menu and food. Convenient location.

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JJ Bakery (and the Montri Hotel) - c/r Moon Muang & Ratchamnoen Rds, about another 100 metres down on same side. Big variety of food, but the place has no soul/character. Popular, but I have never eaten there , only had a look around. Looks a bit yuppie. Do they sell real food ? : )

Kafe - 127 Moon Muang, on c/r of Soi .5. , about 150/200 metres further down from JJ. We are now getting away from the action area. Long established and reasonably popular Restaurant. Never tried it. Thai, Chinese and Euro food. I should try it one day.

Nighmarket/NightBazaar - There are some good cheap Restaurants located at the night market, and just about everywhere else in Chiangmai : )

 

CONCLUSION :

So you are now familiar with some accommodation and restaurant choices.

See "Chiang Mai Nightlife" link for some info on Chiang Mai's sex scene. Not the most wondrous. I'd put it in the "ok" bracket only.

Nothing compares with Bangkok and Pattaya for sex with hookers , escorts and women looking to exchange honey for money   : )

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