What’s up Chiang Mai
Hostel, 8-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
153 Rachawong road, Chang Moi, Chang Moi, 50300 Chiang Mai, Thailand
Set in Chiang Mai, 0.8 miles from Tha Pae Gate, What’s up Chiang Mai offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. 1.1 miles from Chang Puak Gate and 1.2 miles from Three Kings Monument, the property features a garden and a terrace. The accommodation provides room service, an ATM and currency exchange for guests. At the hostel, every room is fitted with a patio with pool view. At What’s up Chiang Mai every room includes air conditioning and a shared bathroom. The accommodation offers a continental or buffet breakfast. Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is 1.4 miles from What’s up Chiang Mai, while Chang Puak Market is 1.4 miles away. The nearest airport is Chiang Mai International, 4.3 miles from the hostel, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
❝The pool was lovely! Also, the location is not so far from town, the rooms were spacious and beds private. All in all a great hostel.❞
❝It was one of the best hostels I have ever been to. Super clean, nice beds with some privacy and even a balcony. The staff was super nice and the pool area is also super nice to relax after a long day.❞
Chiang Mai is a city in mountainous northern Thailand. Founded in 1296, it was capital of the independent Lanna Kingdom until 1558. Its Old City area still retains vestiges of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious center. It’s also home to hundreds of elaborate Buddhist temples, including 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents. Outside the central Old City, Nimmanhaemin Road is lined with sophisticated galleries, boutiques, cafes and restaurants cooking the signature local dish, khao soi (egg noodles in curry). Also offered around town are traditional khantoke dinners – served on low tables in teak pavilions – accompanied by classical Thai music and dance shows. Handicrafts such as silk, silverware and lacquerware can be found at open-air markets like the Night Bazaar. Chiang Mai also acts as a base for treks into the nearby mountains for visits to temples, elephant training and rehabilitation camps, or isolated hill-tribe villages.