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After a morning of walking around a few temples it was nice to sit down soak our feet and have a cold drink and some food.
There are several cafes around the hot springs were you can sit and relax.
All the usual facilities available...More
Coming back from Chiang Mai we stopped at the hot springs. You can get eggs and cook them in the spring .Now i know what rotten egg gas smells like ... The ghostly temple 3 minutes up the road is alot better
Went to the hot spring on the way home to chiang rai , and seen this temple that was abandoned , it was overgrown with vegetation .We stopped and walked around .There was different stages of construction and it looked like they just packed up...More
Take this is a place you have to stop - not as a destination in itself. This is on the rather long drive from Chiang Mai to Chian Rai, so it's a great place to stop and grab some food. There's several small restaurants around,...More
We came by here on our way to Chiang Mai. The geyser is fine and you can soak your feet in the hot spring if you want. But this is really just a rest stop to break up the driving to Chiang Rai. It is...More
We stopped for a refresher break on the tour from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai. Maybe there is more to see but the geyser in the car park was it. A continuous jetting of 90C hot smelly water approx 3m height. Locals were cooking eggs...More
Hot spring place with foot, boil eggs sell available, coffee hacks around. The temperature of hot spring is high enough, just tried two mins. Coffee achieves standard. The best is dropping by for washroom with 5 Dollar each, clean.
We spent about 30 minutes here and that's pretty much all you need. It was cool to see the locals hard boil eggs in the hot springs. The markets were the same as in every market in Thailand. We were on a tour and this...More
We were driving from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai and needed to refuel the car so we were looking for a petrol station when we accidentally ran across the hot springs at Mae Khachan.
The springs are surrounded by tourist shops, so we decided to...More