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  • Short Trips From Chiang Mai | Five suggestions

    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.

  • Koh Talu | Life is a beach on a secluded island

    Koh Talu | Life is a beach on a secluded island

    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.

  • Wat Ban Den | The Miracle of Mae Taeng

    Wat Ban Den | The Miracle of Mae Taeng

    Wat Ban Den is to say the least a very overwhelming temple. When I first came home from the visit there I couldn’t figure out what to write about it. Since it resembles the Blue Temple in Chiang Rai a bit but still meets typical Lanna Tradition and then blends Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism. Am I in Myanmar, China or Thailand. Well the result is amazing. And you need to see with your own eyes.

  • Khao Sok |Thailands Oldest Jungle and the beauty of Cheow Lan lake

    Khao Sok |Thailands Oldest Jungle and the beauty of Cheow Lan lake

    Travel tips to Khao Sok, evergreen forest and the most scenic lake in Thailand.

  • The Idyllic Akha Mudhouse in Doi Mae Salong

    The Idyllic Akha Mudhouse in Doi Mae Salong

    A visit to Doi Mae Salong, elevation 1367 meters above sea level, was part of last summer roadtrip over the mountains from Chiang Mai to Chiang Saen. Doi Mae Salong describes it shortly as a community settled by the former Kuomintang nationalist forces, the 93rd Division, who moved from Myanmar to reside on Thai territory in 1961. The […]