Chamcha @Doi Kham Café | Play and Eat
Nowadays there are so many nice restaurants and cafés with play areas in Chiang Mai. It is almost impossible to keep track of all of them. Chamcha fits the description also. Just recently we went there for a birthday party. Chamcha has upgraded their play area with a giant trampoline, and there is a section…
Mae Sa Waterfall | Silverish Waters and Relaxed Picnic grounds
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.
Family Fun in Chiang Mai | 20 best attractions
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.
The Samoeng – Mae Rim Loop
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…
Into The Woods | The Fairytalish Cafe in Chiang Mai
Into the Woods coffee has a very talented owner, with many skills and she is really living out whatever love for fantasy and stories that she has with this cafe. It touches everything from design, what the menu looks like and the names of the drinks that you order. Not to mention the pastry. Go…
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…
Nam Tok Bua Tong | The Sticky Waterfall
Maybe the best waterfall for a day out of Chiang Mai with the family. The Spiderman experience is fun for both kids and adults when climbing this sticky waterfall.
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…