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Bann Phor Liang Meun

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Bann Phor Liang Meun

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36 Soi 2 Phrapok Klao Road. Phrasing Subdistrict, Chiang Mai 51000 Thailand
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Doi Suthep Temple: Amazing Mountaintop Sunrise Tour and Stunning City Views

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See the gleaming golden spire and elaborate sculptures of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep in peace and quiet on this serene sunrise tour. Watch the light spill across northern Thailand from one of the region’s highest points, and witness a morning alms-giving ceremony that most visitors miss. Your guide is a former monk, so you'll get first-hand insight into temple life and the Buddhist faith. A delicious Thai breakfast is also included.
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Ardy wrote a review Dec 2019
San Jose, California26 contributions5 helpful votes
We were entranced just walking by the place. It looked like someone had restored an ancient brick mansion. And had put a coffee shop in a beautiful adjoins garden. In reality, it is new construction made to look old by using old style materials. It is a nice effect, but just not what it seems, The coffee is served in a beautiful garden. But the coffee was nothing special. And once you understand that it is a faux imitation, rather than a restoration... it lost some of its charm for us. But it is in a nice neighborhood for walking about... and although it is a created environment, never the less it is pleasant for what it is.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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HINA W wrote a review Jun 2019
Islamabad, Pakistan5,772 contributions899 helpful votes
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This open air museum cum coffee shop cum speciality shop is a must visit of Chiang Mai. The terracotta pottery and wood pieces are simple elegant. The greenery is soothing. The atmosphere if peaceful.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Suchada S wrote a review Aug 2018
Bangkok, Thailand174 contributions51 helpful votes
This coffee house is the same place as Clay Studio Coffee in the Garden. Amazing ancient terracotta art decoration. Highly Recommend.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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2mumies wrote a review Aug 2018
Sydney, Australia306 contributions47 helpful votes
Well I finally made it! We went for breakfast and the setting is amazing. It was like stepping back into time a lush tropical jungle finding a hidden ruin. This use to be a pottery site back in the day then they relocated the factory and now have and are creating beautiful venues such as restaurants, accommodation and much much more. Scattered throughout the restaurant you can find hidden gems such as antiques, plaques, statues of Buddha all are available for purchase. Now our purpose for going there was of course for food however, that was a little disappointing. The menu is very limited for breakfast I order the ham and cheese croissant which ended up being a ham, cheese and Lettuce sandwich but in a croissant and my partner order the big American breakfast this certainly was not an America’s breakfast. The food unfortunately was some what lacking in flavour however, as for the coffee I though it was great and staff were very friendly. Perhaps it was not meant to be our day to visit this restaurant but, would given this place another try maybe lunch next time.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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go852 wrote a review May 2018
Hong Kong, China262 contributions40 helpful votes
We saw a blog covering about this place and we knew we have to visit it. Relying on google map, we walked to their main entrance and didn't realize we were at the Terracotta Garden already because the entrance looks like entrance to a temple! The sitting environment is within a garden full of greeneries and sculptures of various influence (I spotted Ramayana sculptures along the wall) We had been walking around the temples and in desperate need for something cold to drink and sit down. This place was the perfect one (bring mosquito repellent spray though, all those greeneries attract lots of bugs) to wind down before our next destination. Worth a visit if you are in the old town.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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