Lanjia Lodge

Chiang Rai | Other

Half way up a remote hillside in supremely peaceful Chiang Rai sit the four Hmong-style bamboo houses of Lanjia Lodge, an eco-friendly, community-based project run, on the most part, by members of the region’s Hmong and Lahu tribes.

Each stilted house contains four rooms with verandah, private facilities, comfortable, king-sized beds, and absolutely astonishing views across the valley and nearby countryside. Decoration is natural and simple but charming, using regional artifacts and artisan fabrics made using traditional techniques - skill in these remains highly valued amongst the tribespeople.

Guests can arrange to share tea with a local shaman, of which there are several, and enjoy a range of complementary activities including bird-watching, fishing, trekking and bike-rides through the stunning local environment, and hands-on handicraft workshops where you can learn some of those prized artisan techniques.

We Say
Great opportunity to experience genuine tribal village life

Address

347 Kiewkan Village

Facilities

  • Your Accommodation
    • 16 Rooms
    • Standard room amenities
  • Eating & Drinking
    • Restaurant
  • Leisure & Relaxation
    • Range of activities
    • Bicycles available

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