Charm of Doi Luang - Chiang Dao
My Favorite Pic of the Bunch!

The Most Beautiful Coffee Shop in Chiang Dao.

– Sa Nae Doi Luang – Charm of Big Mountain – Chiang Dao –

On my way to Chiang Dao, I passed this coffee shop/restaurant and ordered probably the best tasting Watermelon shake I had in Thailand. Every fruit shake I ordered was great anywhere I went, but they definitely added something to this that made it even better or maybe I was just thirsty.  Either way it was delicious.

Charm of Doi Luang - Chiang Dao
Yummy!

On the road to Chiang Dao, I saw many signs and billboards advertising this restaurant and I figured I should stop and check it out.  It was about another 20-30 minutes from where I was staying.  When I pulled in there were only a few cars parked in the lot.  The only problem was the sign was written in Thai script and I never knew until recently what the place was called.

Charm of Doi Luang - Chiang Dao
My Favorite Pic of the Bunch!

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It was a bright, hot and gorgeous day.  After I finished my drink in the shade, I walked around and took some pics of the property.

Charm of Doi Luang - Chiang Dao
Stunning Landscape and Views!
Charm of Doi Luang - Chiang Dao
As peaceful as it looks.

If you are living in Chiang Mai, I would definitely recommend a weekend trip to Chiang Dao and if you go, be sure to stop for lunch or dinner at Charm of Doi Luang (rough translation)

I did not eat there but there are tables outside under beautiful gazebos spread out all over the property.

You can have your own gazebo with a large party or small party with views of Doi Luang (Big Mountain) and the rice fields all around you.

Even if you aren’t planning to eat here, it still makes a great rest stop to grab a drink and take photos!

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Charm of Doi Luang - Chiang Dao
Here is a close-up pic of the name of the restaurant. 🙂

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    1. Take Chang Phuak Rd. North out of Chiang Mai. This road begins near the northeastern top of the old city if you look on a map of Chiang Mai. Just keep heading North and follow the signs. It’s a long ride but well worth the journey!

    2. Take Chang Phuak Rd. North out of Chiang Mai. This road begins near the northeastern top of the old city if you look on a map of Chiang Mai. Just keep heading North and follow the signs. It’s a long ride but well worth the journey! Thanks for stopping by!

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