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    Chiang Mai - City of Flowers - a photo tour

    Khaomao Khaofang Restaurant - near Royal Flora >









    Cheers, Rob.

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    I look at that last one and think 'mossies'. Very picturesque for a privy though
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    Ban Wang Tan >






    Garlic vine >



    Plumeria >



    Old city moat >



    The Rim Hotel >



    Mauve Adenium >

    Cheers, Rob.

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    Great pics Rob,I enjoy seeing what others take pics of in CM.

    I like the look of Khaomao Khaofang,whats the address or some directions?I know where R Flora is.

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    On the Rd between hang dong main rd and royal flora.. On the North side of the rd..

    Victim of its own popularity in some ways.. Had good meals there but also treated pretty poorly too.

    Impressive looking place tho..

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    Heh don't shoot me down, how sad have we become that we are reading a thread on flowers in Chaing Mai, not a single naked bird or beer bar insight?????
    Custard should be a colour...cos I could then paint over the mess I've just made!!!

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    ^ Is this a sign of the times..

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    Thanks LIL

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    Best to go to Kaomao-Khaofang mid week as it`s packed with Thais on weekends and the service sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loop View Post
    Best to go to Kaomao-Khaofang mid week as it`s packed with Thais on weekends and the service sucks.
    I'm a fan too - one of my favorite CM restaurants especially lunch time. I wonder why they dont set this up as a chain in other major towns as its a successful and replicable business model.
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    ^ haven`t been there for a while as there`s a really good little restaurant closer to the moo ban that we go to now...really good value and better menu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yes View Post
    ^ Is this a sign of the times..
    Changing face of Chaing Mai???55555
    Custard should be a colour...cos I could then paint over the mess I've just made!!!

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    It is a chain the initial one is in mae sot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaptainrob View Post
    Ban Wang Tan >



    what a beautiful street to live on

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    Lagerstroemia floribunda - Crepe Myrtle >



    Dok Khun - Golden Shower tree >



    Chom-poo (rose apple) >



    For Dodger >

    Cheers, Rob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc26 View Post
    what a beautiful street to live on
    The BWT is like no other estate or moobaan I have seen.. 1000 rai, lakes and trees.. Many of the houses privately built so no row of same same housing.. Old trees lining the rds.. Just lovely. I nearly bought land on there myself.

    Not to knock it in any way, but the picture is from some of the more budget / smaller plot zone.. Theres some houses on there which are massive, one for sale at IIRC 2 mil USD.

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    ^ Here's a few of the mid-to-higher value homes - ones with nice gardens >













    ^ Developers own home on lake, F/S as per LiL's post, on 6 rai, 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
    Cheers, Rob.

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    Thats the 60mil for sale.. I thought it was 3 rai ?? L shaped plot with a lot of lakefront.. I saw an online listing.. wine cellar and all kinds of nice wood and design internally, sat backing the lake.. Lots of view out over it.. Probably the best location in the entire place..

    Its nice but at 60mil probably double the actual real market sale value I think.

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    Mae Taeng, 50km north of Chiang Mai



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    Quote Originally Posted by LivinLOS View Post
    Thats the 60mil for sale.. I thought it was 3 rai ?? L shaped plot with a lot of lakefront.. I saw an online listing.. wine cellar and all kinds of nice wood and design internally, sat backing the lake.. Lots of view out over it.. Probably the best location in the entire place..

    Its nice but at 60mil probably double the actual real market sale value I think.
    You're probably right about the 3 rai ... I recall 6 bed/6 bath as correct though. And yes, 20 to 30 mil would pull it up for age and style but you know how Thai's like to ask replacement cost Too big for the owner, he prefers his flat above the restaurant.
    Cheers, Rob.

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