Camping in San Kamphaeng Hot Springs
I have been to San Kamphaeng hot springs many times throughout the years, but this was my first time camping. We went there on the second of January which was still a public holiday in Thailand. A compensation day because the first of January was on a Sunday. So obviously it was very crowded. However,…
Mae Kha Canal | A Taste of Hoi An in Chiang Mai
Mae Kha Canal opened up as a cozy, touristic market area about three months ago. With the illumination by the narrow waterway, the highlight of the area so far was the Loy Krathong celebration. With the two bridges, there is more than a hint of Hoi An to the area but to me, there was…
Short Trips From Chiang Mai | Five suggestions
Chiang Mai is definitely in itself worth a few days of sightseeing but if you are longing to get out, experience nature and fet away from the city scene. Here are some suggestions of highlights outside the city.
A Photo Odyssey through Chiang Mai’s enchanting temples
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…
Mae Kampong | Fresh air and “alpmosphere” in Thailands Takayama
Some tips for good coffee shops and accommodation in Mae Kampong. A well preserved heritage in Chiang Mai.
And then the pandemic…..
The reasons for why I started writing and sharing travel tips online. When Covid 19 struck the travel industry I found myself with too much time. So a restart for me when it comes to blogging.