Route-description Please, see map also.
When driving on the Superhighway (road nr. 11) turn either left or right at the San Dek or Central Festival intersection, depending on the direction you are coming from, onto road nr. 118 that goes towards Doi Saket/Chiang Rai. Go straight at the intersection with the middle ringroad (road nr. 3029), straight at the San Sai T-section and straight at the intersection with the outer-ringroad (road nr. 121). These inter- and T-sections all have traffic lights. After approximately another 10 kms you reach a U-turn which is located in front of the Doi Saket Hospital, which is on your right hand-side.
Just before this U-turn there is a road on your left with a small pharmacy on the corner and several signboards of which LuckyDogs-TH is one of them. Turn left here. Continue this winding road for approximately 3½ kms till you see another LuckyDogs-TH signboard on your right with an arrow pointing to the left, saying 200 and 500 meter, respectively. Turn left here over the irrigation canal. Approximately 200 meters further follow the paved road with yellow line to the right. Follow the road through the village till it makes a sharp bend to the left and passes a ricefield on your right. Our entrance is on your left approximately 150 meters after this last bend with a big LuckyDogs-TH banner above the gate.
In case you missed the second signboard, do not worry. There is a third signboard approximately 1 km further at a T-section. Go straight here over a little bridge. After about 200 meters you will see the beautiful Mong Kol Wararam Temple on your left. Drive around the Temple till you see the signboard for Soi 1. Turn left into the Soi 1 and at the next T-junction keep right. Approximately 80 meters further you will find our dead-end Soi on your right with the LuckyDogs-TH banner above the gate.
If you experience difficulties or feel uncomfortable in finding our facilities, please call us at: 089 997 8146. Then we can send somebody out to pick you up at the Mong Kol Wararam Temple; also called Mong Kol Khang Nam, or just Khang Nam Temple.
We look forward to welcoming you at our facilities.