Recently I spent two weeks in the Phuket Sandbox, read about my most memorable experiences here.
If you have a few days in Nan, a very scenic and interesting ride is to go to the old salt wells in Bo Kluea. Roadtrips in Nan are twisting and turning but extremely scenic.
Surprisingly big and well-organised playground and park area in the vicinity of Doi Saket outside Chiang Mai. My daughter gave the playground the highest score.
When in Chiang Mai, it is obligatory to see at least some temples. Temples are the core of the ancient heritage and history of this historic capital of Northern Thailand. The new capital in the kingdom of a million rice fields. Here are some suggestions for you, some of the real highlights when it comes to temples in Chiang Mai.
Sri – Poom road and Chang Puak area has a lot of great sights in short walking distance. Eat Khao Soi at Khun Yais or have a devil’s mocha at Into the Woods and explore some unique temples in Chiang Mai. History, street art and great food all in the same area.
Koh Talu is a great choice if you long for white sand beaches and turquoise water relatively near Hua Hin. Famous for coral and turtle conservation projects it also has a good reputation for sustainability.
Do you want to relax by one of the greatest rivers in the world? Are you on you way to Luang Prabang. Then this is your place to stay.
Some tips for good coffee shops and accommodation in Mae Kampong. A well preserved heritage in Chiang Mai.