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I have lived in Thailand and Doi Chang is one of the best places I have been. The drive is beautiful, the locals are extremely friendly, and the food is amazing.
If you are in Chiang Rai it's a 1/5 hour trip and is filled...More
Doi Chang makes the best coffee! Before visiting, look at the story of the local coffee on YouTube before you visit, very interesting story of the change from opium growing to world class coffee growing. There is a hotel there with 5 or 6 small...More
Doi Chang literally means Elephant Mountain. Do not be mistaken as there is a Doi Chaang, spelled with a double 'a' and is not the mountain's name.
The village of mostly the Akha tribe is called Baan Doi Chang.
This is the best coffee growing...More
We had a fascinating tour of this family run business in the hill country of the golden triangle. Learnt all about how coffee is made and drank the outstanding results. Also had lovely meal in restaurant. Well worth a visit.
I had read reviews and thought this will be fun and I like coffee. The drive up was great however thats where it ends for me. Their was no one around except for the staff selling coffee the academy was closed for some sort of...More
Came here with my tour group and our guide showed us the coffee berry,the remove of the husk and the drying process. Local farmers have formed a co-operative to grow coffee rather than opium. Excellent coffee bar and seating to enjoy the view and locally...More
Intimate human and coffee relationship has been practice as a culture worldwide. This is a must visit if one is doing the northern loop adventure. It might sound a little taxing to drive up a 1200m ASL to enjoy a cup of freshly brew coffee....More
I booked a driver to take my parents and me to Doi chaang coffee farm for a visit, a slight detour on our way from chiang mai to rai (and on the next day, to mae salong). It was a steep climb but totally worth...More
I had an awesome.overpriced coffee there. I hope its really fairtrade as they claim because it was more than double the price than any other coffeeshop in the region. But it was so damn good. I wish I could say the same with the baked...More
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