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Nana Jungle Chiang Mai – Not to Miss Bread in Chiang Mai

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Oh, I love bread. Oh, I love bread… This bread place will not be a secret anymore after this article is shared and widespread. Nana Jungle is a bread and bakery house, situated in a jungle of Chiang Mai, opening only on Saturday morning from 9 a.m. However, you better arrive this place around 8.30 a.m. before you find nothing here.

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Pick any bread you need

Most of the customers here live in this village and some of them are from the widespread rumours. This bread house belongs to Khun Oil and Khun Nicole, a couple who woke up very early morning to bake fresh bread for us.

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I believe this is pies

Nana Jungle Chiang Mai is offering wide range of bread for example, croissants, baguettes, sour doughs, brioche, quiche, pies and many more about bread and french bread, located in Moo Ban Saun Phailom, near Chiang Mai International Convention and Exhibition Centre on Irrigation Canal Road.

Bags are provided to bring them back home as many as you can carry. Bread here is well-priced, starting from 30 baht to over hundred baht. Take you time to enjoy eating and chatting with people before you pay the bill. Free coffee and milk are also here on the table as well as selections of pan pizza which charges you 50 baht a piece.

It doesn’t matter if you don’t know anyone because you will find many new friends here.

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Alright, I need a bag now

"For a whole week before I come back again"

“For a whole week before I come back again”

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Almost gone…

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Shaun Haddon, British, Voice Trainer and Teacher

“I have been here so many times. The bread is so delicious.”

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Rasti, Slovakian, Business Owner

“I can say this is my first time here. It is very nice and beautiful place to relax with great choices of bread.”

 

 

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Tuen, Dutch, NGO Officer

“I live in this village. I’ve come here every week to buy some breads and talk to people.”

 

 

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Alan McArthur, Scottish, Photographer

“This is my very first time here. My friends told me to visit here and I really enjoy it.”

 

 

How to get there: Drive to the Chiang Mai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Take a turn into the rural road. Drive along the road until you see the Changpuek Sub-district Administration Office. Turn left to the non-asphalt road. Enter the gate at the left hand side (Baan Suan Phailom Village). Drive along the road until you see many cars and motorcycle parking.

Info: Nana Jungle House

Address: Suan Phai Lom Village on Chiang Mai International Convention and Exhibition Centre Road. (Click HERE for map)

Tel. 086 586 5405

 

Oh, I love bread. Oh, I love bread... This bread place will not be a secret anymore after this article is shared and widespread. Nana Jungle is a bread and bakery house, situated in a jungle of Chiang Mai, opening only on Saturday morning from 9 a.m. However, you better arrive this place around 8.30 a.m. before you find nothing here. Most of the customers here live in this village and some of them are from the widespread rumours. This bread house belongs to Khun Oil and Khun Nicole, a couple who…

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Choice of Bread
Atmosphere
Valuable price
Easy to Find

Fantastic

Summary : A great bread place that you never want to miss.

User Rating: 3.85 ( 2 votes)

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4 comments

  1. NANA-JUNGLE-CHIANG-MAI IS CLOSED JULY 2014 start again 2th August

  2. I understand you have a store in town. What is the location?
    Yours,
    Paul

    • Govit Thatarat

      I heard they are at Nong Hoy intersection but never been there too.

      • Hi, Croissants and more very good in Nong Hoi but the organisation is the most horrible i see in my life. I buy there now more then one year every day but today it was the last time. Many times i come there 8 am, 9 am or 10 am.
        “Oh sorry we not have croissants, we not have baguette , we not have …. we hot have … sorry sorry … please come again in 1 hour”. I don`t want to eat in the afternoon.
        Sorry but today it was the last time. Some foreigners think the same me. Very good food but horrible organisation …….. Sorry to say that

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