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The Bamboo Bridge in Mae Hong Son is 500 metres long and serves the monks of a monastery. It is a pretty view to relax the eyes on. Located in a valley with rice paddies.

Huai Nam Dang is one of Thailands most beautiful national parks. Located over 1700 metres above sea level it rewards you with stunning views of the Doi Luang mountain and fresh cool air.

Motifs of religion the wax floats

The Candle festival in Ubon Ratchathani is the largest of its kind in Thailand. It is held during Buddhist Lent during two days in July.

When in the Mae Sa valley take your time for a bath in the soothing waterfall of Mae Sa. Explore the 10 levels and enjoy papaya salad and fried chicken.

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.

In the friendliest city on the planet it is not hard to find things to do with the family. There is something here for everyone. Here is a fast guide to some of the perfect things to do with children in Chiang Mai.

Samoeng Loop or as it is often called Mae Sa Valley loop is a great outing if you want to get close to nature without having to check out from you hotel in Chiang Mai. It can be done as a half day tour or full day. Depending on how many stops you want to do.

Hua Hin beach

Hua Hin is sometime referred to as the gate to the South. Thailands oldest resort town has been an escape from Bangkoks buzz since the 1920s. Easy within reach from Bangkok on a short flight from Chiang Mai nowadays Hua Hin has some great restaurants, fantastic golf, good waterparks and it’s by the sea.