• Top 10 Must Visit Places in Chiang Mai

    Top 10 Must Visit Places in Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai is essentially Thailand’s second city – the smaller, more relaxed answer to the madness of Bangkok. It was once the capital of the Lanna Kingdom, but now is a major draw for backpackers and travelers of all kinds, not to mention retiring ex-pats and humanitarians. Many who come here return again and again,

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  • Top 10 Best Visit Destination in Asia 2016

    Top 10 Best Visit Destination in Asia 2016

    With so many exciting top destinations in Asia, deciding where to go can be difficult; but that’s a good problem to have. Don’t despair! Use this list of 10 tourist destinations in Asia to get ideas for the perfect trip. Chiang Mai, Thailand Many travelers prefer Thailand’s pleasant northern capital over the hectic pace of

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  • Top 5 Chiang Mai Attraction

    Top 5 Chiang Mai Attraction

    Chiang Mai is both a natural and cultural destination. The city centre retains a ‘small-town’ intimate feel and houses numerous historical temples and attractions within walking distances of each other. Just under half an hour’s drive, Chiang Mai’s verdant countryside and mountains offer limitless possibilities for nature explorations as well as visits to many fascinating

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  • TOP 5 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN THAILAND

    TOP 5 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN THAILAND

    If you’re planning a backpacking trip, or simply fancy some time away at a tropical destination to chill out and get away from the rat race you should consider Thailand. It has been a favorite destination for backpackers and tourists alike. What isn’t there to like about this beautiful country with its year round warm

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  • The World Largest Waterfight -Thailand Songkran Festival

    The World Largest Waterfight -Thailand Songkran Festival

    One of the coolest festivals (and I mean that in every sense) is Songkran Festival in Thailand.  Also known as the Thai New Year, Songkran originates here in Chiang Mai and is the country’s biggest celebrated festival. It is commonly the time when Thais, who are based in metropolitan areas like Bangkok, returning back home

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  • HAZE RUNNER – 5 country to leave the haze behind

    HAZE RUNNER – 5 country to leave the haze behind

    via: www1.star2.com No, this man isn’t jumping because he can’t take the haze in Kuala Lumpur anymore. It’s someone taking part in the KL Tower International Jump. Photo: The Star/S.S. Kanesan Traces of white clouds and blue skies are visible now as the suffocating haze seems to have receded. But as the past month has

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