Thailand Travel Guide

  • Elephant and Zipline Tour

    If you want to make memories that will last forever during your trip to Thailand, then you can’t do any better than zipping through the jungle and riding elephants. It’s a unique journey that can only be done a few places in the entire world, and Chiang Mai is one of them.
  • Chiang Mai Songkran Festival

    Ah, the Buddhist New Year. It’s a great time to renew your spirit, cleanse your soul, and douse your friends with water from a super soaker or bucket. If you find yourself in Thailand on April 13th,you’re probably going to get wet – and that’s all part of the fun of Songkran, the Buddhist celebration of the New Year.
  • When is the best time to visit Thailand?

    Well, any time is a great time – you shouldn’t let the season rhetoric get in the way of you and your vacation. Every part of the year will have both rewards and shortcomings and there are no givens that hold true 100% of the time when it comes to Thai weather.
  • Tiger Kingdom Chiang Mai

    Whether you love big cats or you just want a dose of excitement, you won’t be disappointed when you pay a visit to the Tiger Kingdom. You can get up close and personal with dozens of tigers, pet a big cat or cub, take photos, and explore the beauty of nature – all without leaving Chiang Mai.
  • Top 5 Luxury Hotels In Chiang Mai

    1- Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi
    If you desire to stay in the lap of luxury similar to a high end hotel you might find in San Francisco, Barcelona or Tokyo, look no further than the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. This establishment has been situated on the Chao Phraya for more than a century, and was purchased by the hotel group in 1974 to be one of two flagship hotels of the chain. Mandarin Oriental is synonymous with high end luxury and the brand is known for amazing service and ammenties.
  • Spicy Fish Sauce - Nam-pla prik

    Few things compliment Thai food like Nam-pla prik, the classic condiment you will see on almost every Thai table, whether at home or in a restaurant.It’s a spicy fish sauce that you can put on just about any dish! Thais use Nam-pla prik the same way Americans use salt – on everything! The delicious liquid gets its distinctive taste from garlic infused fish and ground chilies.
  • Bird Chili - Prik Kee Noo

    It seems like tasty red chilies are in everything when it comes to the spicy side of Thai cuisine. “Prik Kee Noo,” called the Bird Chili in English, is one of the hot chilies that makes Thai food so tasty. The literal translation is mouse droppings chili – Prik translates to chili and Kee Noo translates to “mouse droppings.” It’s a pretty gross name for a chili, but it refers to the size of the chili – Bird Chilies are a tiny little things, but boy do they pack a spicy punch.
  • Chiang Mai Sunday Walking Street Market

    Tourists and locals agree, if you want to buy local Thai products, you want to head to the Sunday Walking Street Market. The market is in Old Town on Rachadamnoen Road, and might be the best place to find crafts, clothes, shoes, snacks, bath products, toys, art and just about anything you can think of. And best of all, the prices are so reasonable that you’ll want to take more than you can carry.
  • Durian the Reigning King of all Thai Fruit

    In Thai, durian is called Tu Rian. And because it is a delicacy, durian prices are often high – but locals are well aware that it is worth spending for. During the durian season, typically May through August, you will certainly notice the fruit in the markets of Thailand – mainly due to the highly noticeable smell. Many describe the odor as a cross between something rotting or dirty laundry.
  • 7 Reasons why Isaan Food is so Good

    Restaurant Name : Toy Aahana Isaan - ต้อย อาหารอีสาน
    Toy Aahana Isaan is located in the Night Bazar Area on the east side of the old city (map link). Its is a cute sized restaurant that is mostly frequented by local Thais.
  • Yee Peng Festival in Chiang Mai

    Northern Thailand celebrates the Yee Peng festival every fall – celebrating the second month of the Lanna calendar. This holiday is centuries old, and lights up Chiang Mai. The festival is famous for its floating lanterns – made from paper and lit with a fuel cell or candle. The heat trapped in the lantern helps it to rise into sky, making for a breathtaking view when all the lanterns float together during the night celebrations.
  • 1 Day Elephant Mahout Training

    Getting up close and personal with elephants is usually on every Thailand tourist’s wish list. And with this day outing, you get closer to these giant beauties than you probably expected. Learn to interact and control the pachyderms, in a fun and safe environment.
  • Mountain Biking In Chiang Mai

    If you love mountain biking, you’ll really enjoy an adventurous trip through the Thai mountain terrain via bike. There’s three levels to choose from: easy, intermediate and advanced. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced rider, we can provide a fun and safe experience for you.
  • Doi Suthep Temple and Doi Pui Hmong Hilltribe Village

    Chiang Mai locals and tourists alike cherish visiting the Doi Suthep Temple. The Theravada Buddhist temple’s full name is Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, and it is sacred to many Thais. Thought to be built in the 14th century, the temple holds many holy shrines – a great place to stop if you are a spiritual traveler.
  • Chiang Rai & Golden Triangle with Ling Neck Karen Tribe

    This day long trip is a great introduction to Thai culture. We pick you up from your hotel, and drive to Chiang Rai, the northernmost city in Thailand that dates back to the 13th century. Chiang Rai was under Burmese rule until the 1930s, when Siam (now Thailand) annexed the province. It is home to many beautiful Buddhist temples and notable attractions. The scenic drive to Chiang Rai goes through the mountains and valleys of northern Thailand. The trip is a whole day, and you are returned back to your hotel around 9 PM.

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