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Rabeang Pasak Tree House Resort

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We are a family-owned treehouse resort, located in a small village about 70 km(1.5 Hr drive) from Chiang Mai. Six cottage treehouse and three family treehouse have been designed and built with love and care to welcome our guests.
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Free parking
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Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
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Pasak Ngam Village Luang Nuea, Doi Saket 50220 Thailand
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Chiang Mai Intl Airport18 mi
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This place is wonderful. I stayed in the Tamarind house by myself recently and it definitely fulfilled a childhood dream to stay in a treehouse. Staff is super friendly and helpful and the grounds are gorgeous. I only wish I could've stayed longer.
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We stayed here for 3 nights at the beginning of our honeymoon travelling around Thailand. We booked and got a transfer that was ready and waiting for us at the airport and easy to find. When we arrived the staff were very helpful and welcoming. We were shown to our tree house
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I enjoyed my stay at Moon House, which got some trunks inside the the living area that makes the tree house so unique. The bedroom is just the right size for me, plus it is a separate room with a lockable door to hide from winter chill and mosquito. There's also a electronic
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I stayed in the Palm house. It's such a cozy place and I could hear the soothing sound of the stream all day long. They've upkeep the place really well, despite it being wood and so close to nature. If you are worried about insects, the interior of the rooms are really clean and
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We got to stay in the Tamarind house, the tallest Treehouse in the resort. Overall, though a little rustic, the resort and treehouse had a dreamy charm. Nature sounds around, Cicadas unlike anything I've heard before, but so peaceful. THE FOOD IS AMAZING! We had lot's of good
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I think you can. But you can negotiate to the property to take you to the place you want.
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I think it's a matter of availability. We met a couple that had trouble deciding between two of the houses, so they booked one night in each. We didn't request a specific one. We kindly made an inquiry, that if possible, we would like to stay in one of the houses a bit of the ground. And it seemed to us that request was fulfilled. Maybe you can email them, and ask which houses are available for when you're going. The tamarind house is super cool. But be aware that the shower is down the stairs and not near the actual room high up in the trees. Most likely because it's to difficult to get plumbing that high up ;) But all houses looked amazing when we got there, so I wouldn't worry to much, which one you get. :) Best regards, Sabine
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Are there any power outlets in the houses?
Yes There are few power outlet in each room as well as light bulbs Some of them used for electric fan and mosquito repellent
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The only time you would hear the trucks is when you go to the main area for meals. I wouldn't let these few comments deter you from going to this wonderful hotel!
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Hi! My boyfriend and I did the Tiger Temple and a day trip to one of the elephant camps. Both were absolutely amazing experiences that we would recommend to anyone going to Chiang Mai. We decided to travel by boat on the way back into town from the treehouse resort and it was stunning. Definitely worth the extra baht!!
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"Avoid Smog/Plantation burning season in March/April"
"Every treehouse is unique and has it's own look and feel"
"Bigger treehouses may be more comfortable"
"The high treehouse is great for overall good views and quiet, but expect bugs and some water drips."
"Some houses are wheelchair accessible!"
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PRICE RANGE
US$67 - US$401 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
ThailandChiang Mai ProvinceDoi Saket
NUMBER OF ROOMS
9
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