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Bussaba Bed and Breakfast

A cozy & welcoming  wooden guesthouse in a great location within walking distance  from downtown and Chiang Mai's main market areas.

Bussaba Bed and Breakfast



Ensure your pleasant stay in Chiangmai by providing 6 senses of services with  individually decorated room, in room aroma scents, premium quality of herbal soap & shampoo, and breakfast.



Located near the 'Ping' River, on an old street comprising with traditional cultures & new lifestyles;

Including the Wat Gate - Wat Ket Karam (temple),  pub, local restaurants, Art galleries, coffee and tea shops. You can walk  to "Kard Luang" (Chiang Mai Day Market) which is the large day market for Chiang mai, where you will find all sorts of handicrafts and northern foods and housewares Thai style.  It is just over the pedestrain bridge, opposite to the guest house, and to other  famous Chiang mai shopping areas; including Night Bazaar and Tha Pae road.

Bussaba Bed and Breakfast
124,126,128 Charoen Raj Road
Watket, Muang Chiangmai
Chiangmai 50000
Thailand
o53 244067
Innkeeper
Jinnarat Sampuntharat

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