Aside from temples, its floating lantern festival, and digital nomads, there are a lot more Chiang Mai attractions, too. Here are some I recommend.
If you have more than a few days in Bangkok, include the Jim Thompson House in your itinerary. It is definitely one of the must-sees in the Thai capital.
Spending a few days in Bangkok? Go on a day trip to Ayutthaya. Whether you go on a DIY or group tour, seeing this ancient city is a must.
There are more to Chiang Mai than digital nomads working in cafes. If you go visit, make sure to drop by Wat Sri Suphan, the silver temple of Chiang Mai.
I visited Sangkhlaburi twice, and learned of its problem with stray dogs. It’s a good thing that the Thai Animal Sanctuary is there to help in feeding them and giving them medical care!
Traveling to Thailand soon? Here are my Bangkok solo travel tips, covering accommodations, attractions, and scams to look out for.
It’s been seven months since I left Thailand, but I still miss that country! I’m definitely longing to go back someday.
If you love Thai food, know that you can have it anywhere in the world you may be–just learn how to cook! I loved my Thai cooking class in Sangkhlaburi.
With Locals is a new start-up connecting travelers with locals who have the talent, passion and skills to share with them. I tried it out in Bangkok and loved it!
Aside from the famous Chiang Dao cave system, there’s one other thing you must do when you’re in this small town in northern Thailand: soak in its hot springs.
For those who love shopping, visiting Chatuchak Market–the world’s largest weekend market–in Bangkok, Thailand is a must!
Have you ever been to a place where the penis is not only longed for, but actually worshiped? Welcome to the fertility shrine in Bangkok!