Bangkok is arguably already saturated with luxury hotels, possibly even more so than Phuket, but this hasn’t stopped 3 of the world’s finest brands from entering the market.
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!
Refined by elephants, Black Ivory Coffee is the world’s most expensive coffee, and the most unique flavour you’ll have ever tasted.
U Nimman is one of Chiang Mai’s latest luxury openings, being just over a year old. Everyone has passed the giant 147 roomed luxury hotel, but have you ever wondered what was inside???
Get the best exchange rates for Thai Baht (and probably every other currency) Living in Thailand has so many benefits, like the endless blue skies and sunny days, amazing food choices, cheap exotic fruits and being maximum an hour’s flight from some of the world’s best beaches. But there are a few downsides, especially…
Azalea Village – Boutique cottages tucked into nature, a pool and private hydrotherapy area all with incredible Chiang Dao mountain views. Get out of Chiang Mai and relax into paradise!
Beloved boutique hotel 137 Pillars Chiang Mai recently expanded into Bangkok and offers guests 22 floors of luxury suites and residences in the fashionable Sukhumvit area.
Sleep can sometimes be a tricky act to master. Luckily for residents and visitors to Thailand, luxury brand 137 Pillars has designed a holistic and calming massage treatment called Sleep by Design Therapy; expertly designed to guide you into a deeply relaxing and restorative slumber.
Inside Away Thapae Vegetarian Resort, a fine dining, vegetarian and vegan friendly restaurant awaits.
Beautiful and secluded but within walking distance to Chiang Mai’s main tourist spots, this 100% vegetarian hotel should be on everyone’s radar as a great Chiang Mai hotel!