Rachamankha Chiang Mai Keeps Getting Better

This was our fourth stay at Rachamankha. An amazingly quiet and serene stay in the heart of Chiang Mai’s walled old quarter. Beautiful rooms filled with antique furniture and covered outside corridors with framed antique prints, sculptures and document chests.

We did a day trip to a Karen village and saw the longnecked women.

Ate all four dinners at Rachamankha. No reason to leave campus. Their breakfasts are served by waiters off menues. The breakfast bone china is pretty special.

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