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 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.
Travel tips to Khao Sok, evergreen forest and the most scenic lake in Thailand.
Are they floating in the skies? Well, it sounds kind of poetic and comes from a Thai description, Jedee Loy Fah (เจดีย์ลอยฟ้า) Floating or not, the pagodas are spectacular, spread out over mountaintops. Looking from a distance you get a feeling of a Chinese ink painting. The kind of a mysterious, imaginary landscape that feels almost unreachable. The sky pagodas in Lampang are a must see in Northern Thailand. Still, it took me… Read More
Despite smoky season there are reasons to love Chiang Mai in ma