Baanlek Home Stay Overview
Baanlek Home Stay features charming Thai Lanna-style architecture and well-appointed rooms with a private patio. The guesthouse offers a free shuttle service to Chiang Mai International Airport, located only a 10-minute drive away, free Wi-Fi and massage services. Fitted with wooden flooring, rooms also offer spacious interiors with seating and dining areas, and a private bathroom. They are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV and air conditioning. The Baanlek Home Stay is situated a 30-minute drive from Chiang Mai Zoo and Doi Suthep, the Buddhist Temple. It only takes a 3-minute walk from the guesthouse to the Weekend Market. For convenience, the guesthouse provides laundry and ironing services. It also has bicycle and car rental facilities for guests who wish to explore the area.
Chiang Mai is the land of beauty, hospitality and good manners and offers visitors the chance to see an abundance of charming attractions such as Buddhist Monasteries, Doi Suthep, the Royal Winter Palace, Phuphing Palace, beautiful mountains and tribal villages etc. Chiang Mai is called the City of Handicrafts because of its various fine products such as woodcarving lacquer ware ceramics silk and umbrellas. The Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is nearby where guests can find a selection of arts, handicrafts, and various commodities. The bazaar sprawls along several city blocks, along sidewalks, inside buildings and in open squares. There are also a few large modern shopping centres. In addition to this, a food market is held every Sunday evening on Rachadamnoen road. Chiang Mai has a number of massage parlours, which offer anything from quick, simple, face and foot massages, to month-long courses in the art of Thai massage. The varied local terrain offers opportunities for mountain biking, elephant riding, bamboo rafting, and kayaking. Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand and features many hiking trails. Excursions are organized among the local hills and forests on foot and on elephant back. Chiang Mai has three large festivals during the year which are Loi Kratong (mid-November), Songkran (mid-April) and the Flower Festival (early February).