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.
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.
Luxurious Chiang Mai has finally been released in Chinese! Available now on Amazon China and selected bookshops throughout the country. A big thanks to Zou and the translators for making this happen!
‘Cold’ season is officially here, and evening temperatures are dropping into the cool teens, while daytime temperatures are enjoyable for a change. Not only is this the time to explore some of Chiang Mai’s amazing outdoor cafes, but it’s also a great time to camp!
A mountainous island, covered in dense forest, and offering long, clear beaches with gentle lapping waves. Koh Lanta is truly an island of nature. Koh Lanta is one of the lesser visited Islands in Krabi Province, so if you are looking to experience Thailand’s ‘Jai yen yen’ relaxed attitude then Koh Lanta island is the…
The Pimalai Spa is one of a kind – a spa within a five star hideaway resort within a national park, on an understated island surrounded by the Andaman sea.
If staying in a lush villa, perched on a hillside covered with the dense Thai rain forest, overlooking the Andaman sea isn’t enough of an adventure for you then the Pimalai Resort and Spa has you covered. The Pimalai has a range of Koh Lanta day trips a cut above the rest, with full day…
In one resort, The Pimalai has everything guests could possibly need to make their island holiday unforgettable, including a scuba diving centre on the grounds.
I’m sure that Flight of the Gibbon needs no introduction – It is the longest, highest and fastest zipline in the world, and the best zipline in Chiang Mai! Many of you have heard about it and seen the posters but how many of you have tried it or even know why it exists?
We all have that special place that brings back beautiful memories. For some that’s walking around the streets of Paris with a loved one, for others it’s exploring a crazy Asian city by scooter or by foot, marveling at the skyscrapers in Tokyo or getting lost along little alleys in Venice. Those memories make us…