Colonial Room

Truly Lanna Heritage Rooms with a Timless Style

 There are two buildings for Colonial room, Sino Colonial and Oriental Colonial. Sino Colonial building recreates the style and mood of Shanghai in the 1940s. Oriental Colonial building decorated in a European style. Both décor features many interesting and attractive antiques. Elderly or infirm guests are particularly catered for.

Sino Colonial building is adjacent to the SPA which is decorated in the same style. The special décor items are the antique Chinese style stucco above the entrances of each door portraying 4 seasons in China.

14: Mae Tuen

The Mae Tuen room is named after a mountainous area of Omkoi district, associated with an age-old legend about the town’s two founders, Phaya Lerk and Phaya Chang Phuek. The room is 30 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace. It is especially designed to cater for elderly and infirm guests.

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15: MAE TANG

The Mae Tang room is named after a district north of Chiang Mai fed by the Mae Tang River. The room is 30 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace.

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16: Mae Wang

The Mae Wang River also flows through this region and gives its name to the Mae Wang room. It’s an area of great natural beauty, with two spectacular waterfalls, the Mae Wang and Sairoong cascades. The Mae Wang room is 30 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace.

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17: Mae Wan

A river, the Mae Wan, gives its name to the Mae Wan room. The river flows from Chiang Mai Province to the Prao district, north of Chiang Mai. The room is 30 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace connected with Mae Win Room’s terrace.

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18: Mae Win

The Mae Win area, part of the Mae Wang district, has four royal projects which thrive on the rich, well-irrigated land.  The Mae Win room is 30 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace connected with Mae Wan Room’s terrace.

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19: Mae ROI

Mae Roi is a rice-growing village between Chiang Rai and Phayao. Mae Roi room is 30 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace.

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20: Mae La

Mae La Luang is a sub-district of Mae Hong Son, the city of “three mists,” where the climate is cool for most the year, cold in winter and very suitable for cultivating vegetables. Mae La room is 30 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace.

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21: Mae Rang

Mae Rang is a sub-district of Pasang district, Lamphun Province, known for its cotton plantations, textiles and other handicrafts. Mae Rang room is 30 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace.

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22: Mae Ram

Mae Ram room is named after an upland area of Mae Rim district, where the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garnden and Wang Hang waterfall are located. The room is 32 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace connected to Mae Rim room.

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23: Mae Rim

Mae Rim itself is an extensive district north of Chiang Mai and a famous tourist destination because of its natural beauty. The Mae Rim room is 30 sq.m. in size with an 8-meter terrace connected to Mae Ram room.

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24: Mae Pong

Mae Pong is the name of one sub-districts in Amphoe Doi Saket (Doi Saket District). Since its area is located in the area of Huay Hongkhrai Royal Development Study Center, the local villagers have attained support in their vocational development continuously. The main local products of the district are Pickled Garlic in Honey, Wooden Handicrafts and Handmade Cotton products.

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25: Mae Pang

Mae Pang is a sub-district in Phrao District, located next to Mae Wean District in the North. Among 8 waterfalls in the village, the Mon Hin Lai Waterfall, the 9-tiered waterfall is beautifully situated amid of the variety plants and wild animals. Beyond its natural, cozy and cool atmosphere, this place is really suitable for your relaxation. Moreover, every now and then, tourists may luckily get a chance to see the White-capped Water Redstart straying around the area.

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26: Mae Parn

After separating from Huay Ao sub-district, Mae Pan has become a newly established sub-district in Phrae Province. Its name comes from Huay Mae Pan or Mae Pan Stream that flows passing the village. On the other side of the river is found the Erawan Cave, adorned with elephant-and-pregnant-female-shaped of the stalactites and stalagmites, which are related to the storytelling myth about this Cave.

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27: Mae Pao

Mae Pao is a small sub-district in Chiang Rai province named after the Mae Pao River, which is the main river of the village. Since it is located among the river plain, some part of mountain highland, having Mae Pao River and waterfall nearby, Mae Pao sub-district has become such a really nice place to stay. The famous local goods are hand-weaving mat and Thai herbs products.

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28: Mae Ping

Mae Ping is the main river that provides nourishment for Lanna people for all along since the past until the present era. Ping River is originates at Daen Lao Range in Chiang Dao District, Chiang Mai Province. After running through Chiang Mai town via Jom Thong and Hod Districts, the River flows passing many provinces as Tak, Kamphaeng Phet and Nakhon Sawan at Paknam Pho river-mouth, with the total length of 715 Kilometers.

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29: Mae Sook

Amid the abundant nature of Doi Luang, part of the Phi Pan Nam Range, Mae Sook River was originated there. Under the Royal Initiative Projects, the Mae Sook Reservoir had received the honorable mention award for the category of Excellent Water Resource in 1988. Besides its function as the valuable resource of water from Mae Sook River, the beautiful scenery and atmosphere here also has attracted many people to visit and get some relaxation

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30: Mae San

Mae San is a sub-district in Hang Chat District, Lampang Province. Since Mae San sub-district is located along with Doi Kad Phi range in Baan Pong Kwak area, therefore its landscape had got resulted from the erosion by the rivers for more than thousands years.

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31: Mae Sai

The lowland next to Kwan Phayao or Phayao Lake is Mae Sai sub-district. This area was named after Mae Sai River that flows into Phayao Lake. Thus, this locality has become famous for the variety of Water Hyacinth Products.

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32: Mae Sa

Mea Sa is located in Mae Rim District with a small stream flowing along the village. Among the attractive scenery of the forest and brook, such the environment has created the very pleasant atmosphere suitable to accommodate. Additionally, the tourist can either choose to pay a visit to Wat Mae Sa Luang, which was built in Burmese-style arts and architecture or to go experiencing other tourist attractions as Mae Sa Elephant Camp and Mae Sa Waterfall.

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33: Mae Soi

Mae Soi is a sub-district located in Jom Thong District, where most of the villagers are farmer in Longan orchard. The famous local product is the handloom cotton fabric with a natural-dye color and the unique weaving pattern of Baan Rong Wua, which is really beautiful and outstanding. Any tourists who desire to go up to Doi Inthanon, an ultra prominent peak of Thailand, shall have to pass Mae Soi on their way up.

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