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There's a surcharge for non Thais. 20 baht for Thais, 50 baht for the rest of us. For Thailand, this isn't too bad at "only" 2 1/2 times the right price! Nonetheless, it's offputting.
I went on a Sunday around noon to enjoy some nice...More
Really recommend Huay Tung Tao Lake. It's not a touristic place and you can relax in one of the booths, swim, have lunch or drink something. Be warned that the booths are not free, they're from the restaurants and you have to eat something to...More
If you want to have a quiet, authentic, low-key day Trip in Chiang Mai, this is the spot. It’s a short 15-20 minute drive to the lake. You can then walk or drive around the lake, where you’ll find 100+ private, personal huts that actually...More
We started our cycling tour with Intrepid at lake Huay Tung Tao. It's a beautiful lake. Unfortunately they were resurfacing the road and we could not ride our bikes all around the lake, but it is a beautiful area.
It costs about 160b to go here by Grab and 50b per person entrance. The taxi will probably drop you near the toilet area, you will then have to ask around about the straw hut occupancy or just walk inside one and see what happens....More
Heading out of the scooter the roads are very busy so be careful!
Also we were fined by police pulling over every tourist for not having an international driving licence despite having a full motorbike license (that most don't have) fine was 500 baht and...More
We followed friends using a motor bike. This is a lake formed by a dam. We arrived early and took a bamboo hut on the shoreline over the water that provided shade and a table to order food from the local vendor. People swam but...More