Dubbed the capital of Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a city steeped in history and blessed with nature. What’s more, it won’t burn a hole in your pocket! Follow this suggested itinerary for three days in Chiang Mai to get the best of the Rose of the North.Day 1: Cultured SocietyConsider today as your introduction to Chiang Mai and stay within the Old City.
Albeit having the status of the second largest city inThailand, Chiang Mai is worlds apart from the hectic chaos of Bangkok, yet itstill offers a soft landing for first-time tourists travelling with children.The Rose of the North also a city that is steep in Thai culture and big onconversation, which makes for quality family time. Here are some of ourfavourite family-friendly activities that you and your family can partake inand around Chiang Mai:1.
Planning for a trip to Thailand? If not, you totally should! Why? For one, even the thought of Thai food is enough to make your mouth water! Tom yum goong, green curry, massaman curry, pad thai, mango sticky rice…mmmm, mango sticky rice. Wait, what were we talking about again? Oh yes, why you should go to Thailand.There’s so much to see and do and when you visit this awesome country. Here are five cool Airbnb locations you must stay in.1.
The South China Sea’s Code Of Conduct (COC) will likely be on the agenda at this week’s ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Retreat, but analysts do not expect any major breakthroughs to be reached in Chiang Mai.The northern Thai city is the venue for the 17-18 January meeting which marks the first time Thailand plays host as the new chair for the 10-member bloc this year.Busadee Santipitaks, the Director-General of the Department of Information and Spokesperson for the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs,