ABOUT LANJIA LODGE

The Lanjia, or ‘peaceful’ in Hmong language, is an eco-friendly community-based lodge nestled high on a hill in Chiang Rai Province, northern Thailand. It offers tour packages that combine hill tribe experience with cultural and adventure tours such as hiking, Hmong batik class, nature walk and the Golden Triangle tour. Contributions from your stay will be used on community projects that will improve the local hill tribe people’s living conditions.

PACKAGE : THE ESSENTIAL LANJIA LODGE EXPERIENCE

PACKAGE CODE : LJHB2D (for first night stay) / LJEXT2D (for the extended stay)

Program Overview

An opportunity to experience the way of life of Hmong and Lahu people of Baan Kiew Karn Village in a remote moutaineous region of Chiang Khong district of Chiang Rai province. Get an authentic travel experience during the village tour led by a local guide, includes a visit to the shaman’s house to learn about culture and beliefs. Guests will also enjoy hill tribe dance at night.

ITINERARY

Day 1 Lanjia Lodge Arrival (Dinner)

14.00 hr. arrive at Lanjia Lodge, welcome by Lnajia hosts and check in.
After a short break to refreshing yourselves, tour the Hmong and Lahu hill tribe village, including a visit at the shaman’s house of the Hmong. Drink tea with the shaman and discover why the fireplace is important to the Hmongs and why they bury the placenta and umbillical cord of their newboard babies.
Evening, enjoy your dinner and a performance of traditional Hmong and Lahu music and dance. Overnight at Lanjia Lodge.

Day 2 Lanjia Lodge Departure (Breakfast)

Breakfast
12.00 hr. Check out

For first night stay

PACKAGE CODE : LJHB2D

Single  THB 4,100
Double THB 5,800
Triple THB 8,700

Price per room per night

For extended overnight

PACKAGE CODE : LJEXT2D

Single  THB 3,800
Double THB 5,200
Triple THB 7,800

Price per room per night

Price includes:

  • Assistance of English-speaking Lisu escort during visit
  • Accommodation in non air-conditioned room with electric fan based on half twin-bedded room.
  • Meals on half board (dinner and breakfast)
  • Hmong and Lahu village walking tour conducted by local village guide
  • Contribution to the community
  • Cash voucher value THB 300 per person to spend in lodge

Package Excludes :

  • Tranfer from Chiang Rai airport or hotel to Lanjia Lodge or v.v.
  • Other meals and services other than mentioned in the program
  • Personal expenses such as drinks, laundry, extra meals, etc.

Remark :

The package is based on minimum 2 persons (adult)
A child accompany with an adult will be considered as an adult
Above rates including service charge and VAT

Child Policy :

Child under 6 years old – free of charge staying in same room with parents
Child between 6-12 years old – charge at 50% from adult rate
One child sharing room with one parent will be charged at adult rate

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES & MEALS – LANJIA LODGE

Available only for in-house guests
Activities are required minimum of 2 persons to operate

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES & SERVICES  Selling p.p. (THB)
Adult  Child
Meals :
Lunch at Lanjia (set menu)
450  225
Activities:
Hmong Batik Workshop (45 min.) 400  200
Breakfast with Sunrise  500  250
Sunrise Walking Tour  900  450
Half day Lanjia Nature Walk 2,100  1,050
Hmong Hill Tribe Experience with lunch 960  480
Picnic Lunch 450  225
Full day trek with picnic lunch 2,800  1,400
Mekong Discovery Day Tour 3,900  1,950
Golden Triangle Experience Day Tour 7,100  3,550

TRANSFERS / LANJIA LODGE, CHIANG SAEN, CHIANG RAI

(service provides without guide)
Rate in Thai Baht per vehicle, one way transfer

Routing Car*(THB) Van*(THB)

Chiang Rai Airport / Hotel – Lanjia Lodge or v.v. 

2,350  2,650

Lanjia Lodge to Lisu Lodge or v.v. 

4,800  5,300

Lanjia Lodge to Chiang Mai Airport / Hotel or v.v.  

4,800 5,300

Lanjia Lodge to Chiang Khong or v.v. 

1,250  1,950

Lanjia Lodge to Golden Triangle or v.v.  

2,350 2,690

*Car – maximum capacity is 3 passengers
*Van – maximum capacity is 6 passengers

GALLERY

Activities at Lanjia Lodge

Hill Tribe people in Thailand

In Thailand, hill tribe is usually known for all various ethnic groups who mostly inhabit the mountainous northern and western regions. Migrating from various parts of China and Southeast Asia, hill tribe people in Thailand have different systems of customs, laws and beliefs. There are at least ten hill tribes living in the country – many of them can be divided into distinct subgroups. Each tribe has distinctly crafted costumes, though many men and children now adopt Western clothes for everyday wear.

Places to visit near Lanjia Lodge

Hill Tribe people at Lanjia Lodge

Lanjia Lodge was completed in 2008. It is situated high on a hill in the Hmong and Lahu hill-tribe village of Ban Kiewkarn in Chiang Rai Province. The Lahu hill tribe people here are mostly farmers. They generally practice animism while some of them are converted to Christianity.

Houses are built on high stilts and thatched with grass. The Lahu women wear a black cloak with white stripes, decorated in red and yellow on the sleeve. The tribe is known for its embroidered bags.

The Hmong villagers at Lanjia Lodge live in extended families in traditional houses with a roof descending almost to the ground level. The Hmong are skillful in making silver jewelry.

How to Get There

Lanjia Lodge

347 Kiewkan village , Moo 6
Tambol Rimkhong, Amphur Chiang Khong
Chiang Rai 57140 Thailand

Transfer Available

Lanjia Lodge is about 1 1/2 hour drive from Chiang Rai city.
Transfers between Lanjia Lodge and Chiang Rai city/ Chiang Rai airport or Chiang Khong immigration checkpoint are available for Lanjia Lodge guests upon request.

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