Thailand Travel Guide

  • How to choose the best Elephant Sanctuary in Chiang Mai

    If there’s one animal that comes to mind when you first hear or read the word “Thailand,” it’s the elephant. So it’s no surprise that ethical elephant sanctuaries are some of the most anticipated activities for travelers visiting Southeast Asia.
  • 6 of the best Chiang Mai trekking tours

    What’s amazing about Chiang Mai? It’s home to some spectacular outdoor activities where adventure seekers can hike lush trails, visit local Thai hill tribe villages, go rafting down the river and even ride elephants.
  • Doi Inthanon National Park: The Essential Guide for Visitors

    A highlight of the North, Doi Inthanon National Park is home to the highest point in Thailand, peaking at 2,565 metres above sea level.
  • Yee Peng Festival (Yi Peng) Chiang Mai

    Perhaps the most magical and most recognizable festival in the Land of Smiles is the Thailand Lantern Festival.
  • Top 15 Things To Do In Chiang Mai

    If you’re coming to Thailand but looking for an alternative to Bangkok’s chaos and traffic-congested streets then go to Chiang Mai.
  • Celebrating Songkran Festival in Chiang Mai

    Buckets of water splashing, super soakers squirting water, and people dressed in colorful clothing. What is it?! It’s Songkran, Thailand’s “Water Festival” that attracts millions of people every year to celebrate the wet and wild fun!
  • Chiang Mai Kid Friendly Tours

    Chiang Mai, Thailand’s ‘Rose of the North’ is brimming with exciting things to do for vacationing families.
  • Best Chiang Mai Cooking Class & Food Tour

    Thailand has really made a name for itself within Southeast Asia because of its national food.
  • Backpacking with Style in Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai, a city that was once the capital of the Lanna Kingdom in Thailand, is now a hotspot for backpackers looking to travel in style.
  • Take a Chiang Mai bike tour and discover Thailand in a different way

    Chiang Mai is the perfect place for an off-road biking adventure. Safe, jungle trails weave high up into the mountains, giving you a chance to leave civilization behind and experience a side to the Thai countryside that you may not otherwise have seen.
  • A Fun Day - Elephant Training

    Why bother traveling to Thailand if you don’t get to jump right into elephant training? Or at least get some up close and personal time with the large, friendly animals. On this day trip, we get to not only see the big beauties, but interact with them – a lot. The day starts with a pick up around 8 AM from the hotel, and after a bit of driving, you end up in a jungle habitat working with a group of elephants and their trainers.
  • Traditional Khantoke Dinner Experience

    A traditional Lanna Khantoke Dinner and Cultural Show is a great way to spend a little quality time with your traveling partners. Food, fun and culture! Take in the wide array of music and colors of Thailand any night of the week with this nighttime tour. Dancing and performance are highly regarded cultural works – this is especially true in Thailand, where these performances have changed little throughout long history.
  • Kad Luang Market in Chiang Mai

    Kad Luang, which means Great Market in the Northern Thai dialect, is the oldest and most well-known market in Chiang Mai. This year (2012) will mark the 100th anniversary of the founding. Everything from fresh flowers and fruit to kitchen supplies and household products to elephant print sarongs can be found. There is also an amazing selection of prepared and packaged Northern Thai food inside the main buildings and popular food stalls selling Thai street food outside the market.
  • Doi Inthanon National Park Tour

    A day trip in Chiang Mai should have a few amazing sights, right? Well this trip has many. We start early, getting picked up from our hotel and walk into a van filled with others ready to explore Thailand. The guide speaks perfect English, and points out notable sights on the hour drive to Doi Inthanon National Park. It’s a beautiful start to our journey.
  • Top 5 Experiences in Chiang Mai

    Though Chiang Mai is the second largest city in Thailand after Bangkok, there a number of diverse things to do and amazing sights to see. It can be overwhelming to choose. If you only have a limited amount of time in Chiang Mai, here’s a list of the top 5 experiences.
  • Golden Triangle, Long Neck, White Temple

    Many people view Chiang Rai, the northern most province in Thailand, as a good base for booking a trek or tour in the Golden Triangle but there is much more to do and see. Chiang Rai is the perfect destination if you are seeking out a bit of everything: trekking, HIll Tribe culture, Lanna Architecture, and Buddhist Temples.

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