A secret location and a base for exploration, the Chai Lai Orchid offers guests a nature oriented, immersive experiences in the awe-inspiring jungle of Northern Thailand.
For between 39,000 – 415,000 Baht a night you can rent a villa or the whole 29 acre luxury Pa Sak Tong estate, with space for up to 18 guests.
Books about Thailand are essential reading before and after visits to the Kingdom. Have you read any of these?
It’s not everyday that you get to visit a chocolate factory, especially one in Chiang Mai. But believe it or not, there is one steadily growing right next to Suan Dok temple.
Forget living off of $300 a month in Chiang Mai and start thinking of the amazing lifestyle you get with $3,000…. or $10,000!
At the edge of Doi Pui national park lies the Sanctum Chiangmai – elite properties focused on spectacular aesthetics, security and sustainable design.
Chiang Mai hotels come in all shapes and sizes: from super cheap (80 Baht) private hostel rooms that feel like you are sleeping in a box to deluxe villas with private plunge pools overlooking rice fields (starting at 30,000 Baht per night). The hotels in Chiang Mai have something for everyone.
Chiang Khong is a border crossing to Laos and a sleepy Thai town adjacent to an even more sleepy river. Many travellers don’t even stop in Chiang Khong as their destinations are on the other side of the Friendship Bridge; Huay Xai, the Mekong River and after a boat ride, the serene Luang Prabang.
A zen-style resort on the banks of the Ping river filled with countless little luxuries. Why leave Chiang Mai when you can enjoy a weekend staycation at the Anantara.
The Service 1921 is a classy, colonial themed bar and restaurant on the grounds of the Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, and is the perfect place to be transported back to historical times.