Golden Triangle Park – Where Three Countries Meet The Golden Triangle (Saamehliiymthngkham) lies at the crossroads between Thailand, Laos and Myanmar and boasts an exciting cultural adventure for visitors from each nation. While few reminders remain of its past glory days of opium trade activity here today, this region makes for an enjoyable excursion. Cruise […]
Chiang Mai Gate Market – A Food Lover’s Paradise An unforgettable culinary adventure, this market features a vast selection of northern Thai cuisine. If you look closely enough, you may spot the Cowboy Hat Lady who has been featured in several food documentaries including those by Anthony Bourdain himself! Markets open their doors around 5pm
Baan Kang Wat – Chiang Mai’s Artist Village Northern Thailand is famous for its rich artisan culture, from woodcarving and umbrella making to handmade food items. Visit Baan Kang Wat Artist Village near Aleenta for handmade products as well as workshops and classes! Big Ruckprasit’s village is an exquisite network of buildings designed as multi-functional
A Guide to the Sticky Waterfall Near Chiang Mai Chiang Mai’s sticky waterfall is an impressive and hidden treasure – making it one of the must-do activities in town! While popular among local tourists, it remains uncrowded even during weekends! The best way to visit is with a tour. Many tours include activities like visiting
Chiang Rai’s Black House Explained Chiang Rai’s peculiar attraction known as Baan Dam or “Black House” was created by national artist Thawan Duchanee – it combines art studio, museum and home – creating an intriguing mix of surreality. The forty artistic huts feature themes from Buddhism such as death and suffering caused by human desires.