This serene resort offers lovely bungalow-style accommodation set among impressive tropical gardens. Guestrooms are situated in wooden houses on stilts in Tai Lue style. The Tai Lue are an ethnic group that migrated from Xishuangbanna in southern China to the northern part of Thailand. A group of Tai Lue has settled in this area. The resort’s owner, Vatcharin Bhumichitr, is also a cookbook author and restaurateur.
La Bhu Salah defines itself as an art resort. Besides accommodation, you will find the decor different to other hotels. It also offers art courses in ceramics, batik, woodcuts, printing and watercolours.
If you are looking for peaceful accommodation among tropical gardens and an arty atmosphere, you may love this resort. Although it’s not particularly neat, and the facilities cannot be compared with modern resorts, you will be entertained with beautiful, simple but creative decorative ideas.
The resort is situated around 30 minutes drive from Chiang Mai City. It is close to waterfalls, Muang On Cave and San Kamphaeng Hot Springs. There are many restaurants within a few minutes drive.
A fan room with shared bathroom is priced at 600 baht per night. A house with one bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom is priced at 1,800 baht. Rates include breakfast for two.
More information, visit http://labhusalahchiangmai.com.
- Open days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Input price range
600 - 4,500 Baht/Day or 20 - 150 USD/Day
- More info
Remark: “Star” of accommodation is based by Hotel Association of Thailand. If the accommodation are not listed in Hotel Association, we will use the star which is announced in the websites of accommodation.
La Bhu Salah, 85/1 Moo2, Ban Sahakon, Mae On, Chiang Mai 50130 Thailand
- Phone number
+66 (0) 53-037-109
- Fax number
+66 (0) 53-037-109
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La Bhu Salah
By Bangkok Post Editorial