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Help with Chiang Mai

  • stejill

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    Hi all,
    first time visitors to Chiang Mai looking for help/advice.

    1 Are there any atm machines at the airport?

    2 can anyone suggest an itinerary for 3/4 days, we were thinking of a cookery class also would like to see the elephant conservation centre, wouldalsomaybe like to see some Thai boxing.

    3 What is the best way to get around, should we hire a motor scooter?

    Thanks in advance

    #1 Posted: 19/12/2006 - 15:38

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    1) Yes.

    2) Take a look at exacto's Chiang Mai report -- it's a good base for a few days in Chiang Mai.

    3) As long as you're comfortable on a scooter, it's a great way to get around.

    #2 Posted: 19/12/2006 - 20:57

  • shakester

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    I absolutely loved being on a scooter- so much fredom and flexibility, its the perfect way to go around CM.
    we were there for 3 days so misssed out on a cooking class. Did a day trek which was fun, and included meeting elephants and one baby elephant that was one of the highlights! Also rode up to Doi Suthep one day which was a gorgeous ride...
    have a good time!

    #3 Posted: 4/1/2007 - 00:29

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