Je Ooy Lanterns เจ๊อ้อย in Chiang Mai
- Lighted Lanterns;Lanterns
A shop specializing in lighted lanterns, in Thai: โคมลอย, literally "Floating Lantern", released on many occasions and especially the Loy Krathong and Yi Peng festivals. Sadly, floating these lantern outside of festivities has been outlawed since early 2015, because ONE was ONCE caught in an airplane engine.
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Bike Rental6 m
Laundry service with monthly flat rates or per item.
Laundry Services11 m
Traditional Thai Massage;Oil Massage;Foot Massage;Face Massage17 m
Traditional Thai Massage;Oil Massage;Foot Massage;Face Massage27 m
Law Offices;Lawyers;Money Changers41 m
- Corner Bistro
New place that makes an effort in terms of ambience extending to the food. Another huge positive is the (extremely rare) opening time until midnight, especially great for tourists on home clock seeking a late dinner.
Cafes;Restaurants;American Cuisine51 m
- Ma Prang Thai Language House
Thai language tuition is booming in Chiang Mai and unlike others, this doesn't look like an visa hour mill.
Thai Language Schools61 m
- Varada Place
Low rates and a very Thai atmosphere with typical windows to the hallway. Check-out is an unusually early 10 am, so nightowls beware.
Startup place with burgers and other eponymous fare. Prices may be a bit high now but at least raises are while off.
Reasonably priced whey protein and other supplements.
Bodybuilding Supplements;Whey Protein78 m
- Huen Muan Jai เฮือนม่วนใจ๋
A little out of the way but a good choice to sample Northern Thai cuisine in a rustic setting.
Restaurants;Northern Thai Cuisine102 m
- Zzziesta Chiang Mai
Newly built boutique hotel with just ten rooms which enables more attention to individual guests. Location is leafy and cozy near the YMCA. Taxi drivers should also be directed to the YMCA, as it will take hours to explain the name of this hotel. As a side note, guest house and hotel names in Chiang Mai get ever more, well, interesting. At least this one could be dead last alphabetical lists for a while, until someone comes up with "Zzzzorie Full".
Traditional Thai Massage;Oil Massage;Foot Massage;Face Massage177 m
- Nara Apartment
Nice, clean building and good rooms at good rates (currently under 200 bucks a month, Jan. 2015) in a leafy area. Popular with long-term expats.
- YMCA Chiang Mai
Dominating an entire area, the YMCA has done a lot over the past decades to put Chiang Mai on the map. Alas, as with so many other places in Chiang Mai, the YMCA looks a bit worn and outdated inside. But it still works as budget accommodation in a good location with many acitivies. The YMCA Chiang Mai also houses a prominent language school where Thai is taught at bargain rates.
- Fresh Oranges from the Garden
Specializing in just oranges, but juices and shakes with other fruits may be available.
- Y Development Cooperation
Set up by the Chiang Mai YMCA as a handicrafs producer and exporter for skills development.
Handicrafts;Arts and Crafts271 m
Nearby Attractions and Points of Interest
- Chang Phueak, Chiang Mai (731.5m away)
- Wat Lok Moli (785.1m away)
- Wat Chet Yot (1204.5m away)
- Wat Phra Singh (1273.5m away)
- Mueang Chiang Mai District (1330.5m away)
- Wat Chiang Yuen (1362.8m away)
- Chiang Mai National Museum (1374.4m away)
- Wat Ku Tao (1417.4m away)
- Wat Suan Dok (1466.8m away)
- Chiang Mai Rajabhat University (1469m away)