Rice Barn Villa

Truly Lanna Heritage Rooms with a Timless Style

"Hlong Khao" in the Northern Thai dialect means rice barn, which preserved and have been tastefully converted into beautiful residences, each one decorated in a unique style, with art works by leading Thai artists. The open ground floor invites guests to relax in a hammock or to dine at a table wafted by river breezes.

An antique rice barn has become a stylish villa, where guests can enjoy the morning sunshine on the banks of the Ping River or marvel at the star-studded sky in the cool evening on the airy terrace. The villa is fully equipped with the full range of modern facilities.

1: MAE KA-NING

Mae Ka-ning means “frozen dew,” and that sums up the cool nature of the villa’s largest room, which is 130 sq.m. in size with Super King Size Bed. Among the villa’s facilities are a Victorian-style bathtub and a terrace.

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2: MAE ON-MAE AI

The Mae On Villa is named after a small, peaceful district of Chiang Mai, famous for its caves and hot springs. The room is 42 sq.m. in size, with a terrace of 52 sq.m., shared with the adjoining Mae Ai room. A Victorian-style bathtub is available.

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3: MAE AOR

Mae Aor is one of the large sub districts in Chiang Rai, the people of Mae Or enjoys their slow- lifestyle along Mae Khao River. The room of Mae Or Villa is 82 sq.m., Super King Size Bed, a Victorian-style bathtub and private terrace.

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4: MAE ING

Mae Ing Villa is named after the small area in Payao and is also the name of a river that flows up to Chiang Rai and Phayao. The room of Mae Ing Villa is a compact size of 77 sq.m.,with a Victorian-style bathtub and private terrace.

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5: MAE NGEUN

Mae Ngeun is named after a fertile area in Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai where people live harmoniously even they are ethnically different.  The room in Mae Ngern Villa is 101 sq.m. with Victorian-style bathtub and private terrace.

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6: MAE NGON

The Mae Ngon Villa is named after a small multicultural area of Fang district, north of Chiang Mai, which also enjoys year-round cool weather. The room is 91 sq.m. in size, with a Victorian-style bathtub and private terrace

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7: MAE JUN

The Mae Jun Villa is named after a district, north of Chiang Rai, renowned for its tea plantation and beautiful scenary of Doi Mae Salong. The Villa Mae Chan is a medium sized room of 76 sq.m. with a Victorian-style bathtub and shares its terrace with Villa Mae Jam and Mae Jai.

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8: MAE JAM

The Mae Jam room is named after a district rich in culture and tradition and which draws visitors because of its natural beauty and cool weather. The Mae Jam Villa is 56 sq.m. with Victorian-style bathtub and shared terrace.

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9: MAE JAI

Mae Jai is reputable area for Lychee and coconut and the big lake Nong Leng Sai which is the center of food production in this district. The Mae Jai Villa is 75 sq.m. with Victorian-style bathtub and a terrace shared with Villa Mae Jam and Mae Jun.

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34: Mae Hoy Ngoen-Mae Hoy Thong

Mae Hoy Ngoen - Mae Hoy Thong are two sub-districts in Doi Saket District. Both names have positive meaning referring to a flower garland but making from gold and silver. This neighborhood is well-known for the Sa paper or mulberry paper, producing in various style and printed patterns. There are plenty of dedicated handicrafts and beautiful products made from Sa paper available for your choices.

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35: Mae Salong

In Chiang Rai Province, Doi Mae Salong (Mae Salong Mountan) is one of the famous tourist attractions. Most of the villagers here are doing tea plantation. During winter season, tourists can be able to view stunning sea of mist in the morning while zipping a warm-and-scented tea. Another landmark of Mae Salong that every tourist should not miss to visit is the Lanna style pagoda “Prabaromathat Chedi Srinakarindra Satismahasantikiri, which was built to commemorate for the Royal Grandmother.

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36: Mae Suay

Mae Suay District comes from the name the river that runs passing by the villages. Originally, it was called Mae Suai, in which Suai in local language means ‘wash,’ before changing into Mae Suay District in Chiang Rai province nowadays. There are bounty of beautiful and natural tourist places, for example Huay Harn Waterfall, Pha Daeng Luang Waterfall and Mae Suay Big Cave. Besides such attractions, visitors shall not miss going uphill to Doi Chang where the eye-catching scenery of Chiang Rai province shall be revealed. Moreover, the local and hill tribe villages are also festinating and worth to a visit.

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