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  • The lantern festival in Lamphun lights up the town

    The lantern festival in Lamphun lights up the town

    The Lantern Festival is currently on in Lamphun. The small town in the South of Chiang Mai is really a chamber of treasures. It is well worth the ride to visit Wat Phrathat Haripunchai temple at night time to see people making merits here. Since it is illuminated at night the best time is dark. […]

  • Somtam Slider |Another 50 baht waterpark in Lamphun

    Somtam Slider |Another 50 baht waterpark in Lamphun

    Somtam Slider, yes can not really believe the name of the place but it is not a joke. That is what it is called. I don’t know how many local water parks there are around Lamphun but have to say that this was better managed than The Sun that we went to during the pandemic. […]

  • Happy When it Rains but..

    Happy When it Rains but..

    I’d love to recite The Jesus and Mary Chain on their classic, Happy when it rains but recently we had a wee just too much of it, that is the rain. The Ping river is expanding, we are seeing quite a few flooded zones of Chiang Mai and cracks start to appear in mountain roads, […]

  • The new food stall area near Ratchapreuk

    The new food stall area near Ratchapreuk

    There is a new food stall area near Ratchapreuk. Ratchapreuk is the Flora Expo area in Chiang Mai. I have been out of town for a while, when I left I was wondering what purpose all these white lottery- stands would fill. But, yes I guessed it was related to food. It turned out really […]

  • The Blog is still alive

    I am just out of Thailand and exploring Europe for a while. In a few weeks I will be posting new Travel Tips about and from Thailand again. Take care for now and thanks for dropping in and reading! Per

  • Seasonings on a Thai table

    Seasonings on a Thai table

    Seasonings on a Thai table might cause some confusion. When you eat in a small eatery, you see these other condiments that will be on the table to spice up your life. They are there to release your tastebuds! Remember that in Thailand, you usually eat with a fork and a spoon, but when it […]

  • Buraphat | Resort in a Tolkien-esque landscape

    Buraphat | Resort in a Tolkien-esque landscape

    Buraphat resort in Chiang Dao is a welcome retreat during the green season with an almost Hobbiton-like landscape. The lustre of the greenish hills and cotton candy clouds glueing themselves to the impressive Doi Luang peak is such solace for the eyes. Family room with access to the pool We enjoyed the pool and the […]

  • Chiang Dao local Hot Springs | It takes only one Japanese to create an Onsen

    Chiang Dao local Hot Springs | It takes only one Japanese to create an Onsen

    The Chiang Dao local hot springs are just three kilometres off the main road to Fang and Chiang Rai. You turn just by the new courthouse, where the road splits in two. The left road is a scenic road to Chiang Dao wildlife reserve, where the hot springs are situated by the entrance. The other […]