Chiang Mai’s Chinese history is long and lustrous and is honoured, as well as tweaked, by the innovative Mo Rooms, previously Mo Hotels. Mo Rooms draws on the twelve Chinese zodiac signs, using them to conceptualise their rooms, each one having been designed by one of twelve famous artists. This 45 million baht plus investment on 1.5 rai land is a sight to see. The owner of the hotel wanted to create a non-business hotel that would be completely unique. Anyone interested in architecture, design and especially conceptual design, should make a point of stopping by, or better yet, checking in. Many customers stay only one night just for the experience, and of course to try a different room on each visit. In the last two years Mo Rooms has gone through many changes. The bar has moved to the first floor in front of the hotel and the menu has changed and includes Thai and international dishes.
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Barbeques are virtually cultural icons in Australia! Every household owns a barbeque which are used regularly, if not daily. For over 15 years, The Barbeque Store by Barbeques Galore has been selling barbeques and accessories throughout Thailand, imported from Australia. Barbeque virgins need not fear any danger as each Barbeque is certified and of the highest quality, with international safety accreditations and warranty. Barbeque aficionados will enjoy the easy-to-use, yet sophisticated Barbeques which come with all sorts of gimmicks and for a wide range of uses. 17 different models made of steel and stainless steel is offered in gas and electric systems. Within two days of making an order, barbeques are delivered to your door, fully assembled. Should any rare problems occur, a professional repairman will come straight to your house. Shops are in Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Samui, Hua Hin and Chiang Mai (opening soon) or simply place your order by browsing www.bbqthai.com. The prices are terrific and start at an eminently reasonable 5000 baht.