Nam Jai is a Thai word that means water from the heart, this is a very important concept for Thai people it denotes kindness, sharing and hospitality to strangers. At Nam Jai House we believe in sharing our experience with others and helping our guests to experience something of the real Thailand. This is reflected in our family run atmosphere, come and share a meal with us, try some Thai food, relax in our common area or learn about tours and other tourist activities that we love and recommend.
We have simple clean dorm rooms with shared bathroom and a large communal area for meeting others. Our guesthouse also offers fresh coffee, tour options and other drinks, plus breakfast by request.
-Large Shared Lounge Area
-Food and Drink for Sale
1. 8.00 am-8.pm. Late check in by appointment only and we charge 100 baht per time. Check out time is 12 noon.
2.Office hours are 7 am to 8 pm
3. No smoking inside
5. Please be quiet after 9 pm
6. Please lock the front door every time when you go out after 8 pm
7. Key deposit is 200 baht. When you return the key we will give your deposit back.
8.2 days advance notice for free cancellation.
9.We accept cash and paypal payment upon arrival.
We have shared dorms and male and female dorms, with several large common areas to meet other people, with music and cable TV, drinks and food avaliable on request. We also have a wide range of tours and transport options for you during your stay in Chiang Mai. Come and meet our freindly local staff and learn more about Thailand
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