Guest reviews place
The Field Village Resort first
The warm family-run small boutique resort with beautiful teak cottages
opened in April 2007 and according to guest reviews it has ranked as the
number one hotel in Chiang Mai.
poolside BBQ house and bar at the Field Village Resort offer views of the
surrounding rice fields.
Set in colorful gardens with a salt water swimming pool and wonderful sunset
views across the rice fields and mountains beyond.
Living with nature with first class facilities the Field Village is located
only 10 minutes from Chiang Mai Airport.
The friendly owner/managers are Thai/British partners and treat all visitors
as house guests.
The beautiful uninterrupted views and sunsets from every room across our
rice fields to the mountains provide a restful stay surrounded by flora and
Their first class rooms and facilities including a salt water swimming pool
also offer Jacuzzi and spa.
The staff grow their own organic vegetables and have a small restaurant and
poolside BBQ house and bar serving delicious Thai and Western food,
Within 10 minutes of the Airport Plaza, the Night Safari, Baan Tawai, Kad
Farang and 15 minutes from the old city sights and the Night Bazaar, other
attractions including restaurants, golf courses and shopping are nearby
Since its opening, The Field Village has rocketed to No.1 Ranking out of 143
Chiangmai hotels, No.3 in Thailand and No.7 in all of Asia on
www.tripadvisor.com based on guest reviews. The hotels web site is: www.
THAI Air opposes Don Muang as international airport
Thai Airways International Public Co., Ltd., the country’s flag carrier,
opposes the idea of reinstating Bangkok’s former Don Muang airport that now
serves airliners for domestic routes as another international airport to
ease traffic congestion at Suvarnabhumi international airport.
THAI president Apinan Sumanaserani said Suvarnabhumi international airport,
which celebrated its first anniversary of commercial opening on September 29
is busy during heavy traffic only. In fact, the airport could easily cater
to some 60-70 million passengers annually without problems, he said.
His comments were made after many suggestions were offered that not less
than 45 million passengers would use Suvarnabhumi yearly and that the
airport was now reaching full capacity so there is a need to make Don Muang
another international airport to ease traffic congestion there.
The number of passengers would remain unchanged even after re-designating
Don Muang as an additional international airport while it would create
heavier costs for the airlines because a number of passengers will have to
board their fights at the former international airport, Mr. Apinan said.
He urged authorities to listen to the opinions of passengers, airlines and
airline associations before making a decision. TNA