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basically will he safe on his own. He has promised to ring, email and Skype but then again will he be able to? or am I being paranoid?

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    In my opinion Chiang Mai is one of the safest destination in a safe country and if he is staying at a temple better yet. Also I find flying is the safest way to travel throughout S.E. Asia. over 3 years ago

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    Thank you Callan. I know i am being paranoid! Mothers eh? He is intending to stay a couple of nights in Chiang Mai and wants a western hotel and then onward travel to the temple. Don't know which one yet. He is hoping to fly to Bangkok and then onward to Chiang Mai. He is not stopping in Bangkok. Will he be able to access the internet for Skype and use his mobile easily? over 3 years ago

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    it is very safe my friend there by train and she is a female no problems at all.... there are also no problems with using internet in thailand, people are very friendly, but always be cautious.... over 3 years ago

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    I've just returned fro 3 weeks in Chiang Mai, I stayed at Riverside Guesthouse by the river....very friendly and helpful. Lots of westerners stay there! over 3 years ago

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    Two nice places to stay on Soi nine in Chiang Mai old town: Sleep hostel and 9 hostel. Check them out on the internet. If you need air con go to Sleep hostel. Both situated in a lovely part of the old town with lots to do and great food. Bamboo Bee restaurant is a tiny place just around the corner from 9 hostel and has fabulous food. over 3 years ago

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    I have been to Chiang Mai. Travelled by train there. The area is very safe. People are very nice and helpful. over 3 years ago

    • Hi I am looking at organising a train ride from Chiang Mai to Bangkok- is it a good way to see the countryside? As a single female would you recommend it? And then how did you organise it?- I'm quite confused with what I have seen online about booking train tickets! Thanks Sarah Potts about 3 years ago

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