From Chiang Mai to Doi Inthanon – Local Guide

As far as visiting Northern Thailand is concerned, Doi Inthanon is a dream destination for many travelers. Those who have visited the place can’t stop praising it. You must have heard the accolades people accord it. Are you undecided regarding staying there? This piece will end your dilemma. By the end of the article, you will know whether Thailand will be your destination, come next vacation. Keep reading for a cover of this famous place.

What is Doi Inthanon?

Do you know Thailand’s highest peak? If the answer is a no, worry not. It is none other than the Doi Inthanon.

Doi Inthanon – Thailand’s highest peak

The summit sits in a district in Chiang Mai. It goes by the name Chom Thong district. It is surrounded by a national park with the same name. We are about to reveal every detail of this site. Continue reading! Continue reading “From Chiang Mai to Doi Inthanon – Local Guide”

Double Takes: New Travel-Inspired Collection from Coral & Tusk

The fine folks at the Brooklyn-based Coral & Tusk have a new travel-inspired collection of products. Owned by designer and illustrator Stephanie Housley, the shop has been making embroidered goods since 2007. The Adventure Collection features pillows, passport cases, luggage tags and more. “Inspired by the boats that bob along the Seine and the hot air balloons that dot the air above the ancient city of Cappadocia, new characters Skipper Cat and Paco Dog invite you along with them on the rides of their lives!” View the whole whimsical collection on the Coral & Tusk website.

Double Takes: Uncommon Ideals Takes You on a Video Tour Around the North Sea

Chris McClean and Mark Waters’ Uncommon Ideals is an award-winning short film featuring scenes and stories from the North Sea. “From the fjords to the lochs, from brown to blue,” says their Vimeo page. “Surfing’s sepia dipped North Sea tales foretold.” The video is set to the music of UNKLE and narrated by the poem Uncommon Ideals by Daniel Crockett and read by Jeff Hordley.