Tri yaan Na Ros Colonial House Chiang Mai
During the reign of King Rama V, many immigrants moved to Chiang Mai including the Chinese, Indian, Sikh and the Burmese. Many bureaucrats and missionaries also entered the region. The area along the Mae Ping riverbank near Wat Ket community began to thrive as the area became synonymous with trade due to its prime location along this main waterway. After the introduction of the railway, Chiang Mai experienced an economic boom, small communities swelling rapidly due to the influx of new races and highly distinctive cultures. The glory days of Chiang Mai can still be seen in the architecture, cultures and beliefs that have been passed down through the generations of the Chiang Mai people. The architecture and decor of Tri Yaan Na Ros reflect the proud history of Chiang Mai and one feels a sense of nostalgia at this ancient Colonial house. The intentions of Tri Yaan Na Ros have been certified with the award for The Best Conserved Structure Award 2004 of The Lanna Architect Association and Chiang Mai Municipality. Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House continually strives to conserve the arts and sense of Chiang Mai.
156 Wualai Road, Haiya, Muang, Chiangmai 50100
By Hotel transfer Service (THB 200) per way. Centrally located and only 5 minutes from the airport.
We have car park service
Child 0-3 years FREE of charge Child 3-12 years we charge 430 Baht per night per room with breakfast. Child 12 to adult 850 Baht per night per room with breakfast.