Chiang Rai Highlights

Last updated: April 6th, 2020 | in Chiang Rai | Northern Thailand | Traveling

Thailand’s northernmost province is often overlooked by a lot of people that rather go visit its bigger neighbor Chiang Mai. And even though it might be true that it isn’t equally worthwhile to live in Chiang Rai, there are many reasons why you should visit this province for more than just a couple of days. …
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Chiang Mai is one of the most popular places in Thailand for foreigners to visit. Most of them are traveling all the way from Bangkok as they either don’t have the time for several stops along the way or they just don’t know about the interesting places like Sukhothai, Phitsanulok or Kamphaeng Phet. The Bangkok – Chiang …
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Chiang Mai Highlights

Last updated: April 3rd, 2020 | in Chiang Mai | Northern Thailand | Traveling

Chiang Mai is a wonderful city. It’s not just on the must-visit list of most people traveling Thailand for a couple of weeks, it’s also one of the most popular cities for expats to live in. Bangkok is the number one and not because it’s more worthwhile to live there, but because there are more …
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The Chayadol Boutique Resort is the newest hotel in Chiang Rai and it was my good choice to stay there during my recent trip to Thailand’s northernmost province. I knew I was having a great time there as I’ve already read their reviews on Agoda and Tripadvisor before making my booking. I arrived at the …
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There are countless of nice boutique hotels in Chiang Mai and that makes it quite difficult to pick one. The hotel should ideally be situated close to the old city walls (where most of Chiang Mai’s main attractions can be found), while not being too central but right next to one of the bustling nightlife …
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Buriram Highlights

Last updated: March 26th, 2020 | in Buriram | Isaan | Traveling

Buriram might be one of the best kept secrets in Isaan. While clearly minor to its famous neighbor provinces of Khon Kaen and Korat in terms of economic performance, transportation services, infrastructure, population and size, there are quite a lot of reasons why the 30,000 citizen town also known as the “City of Happiness” is well …
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Located 410km northeast of Bangkok, the province of Buriram might be one of Thailand’s best kept secrets. It is not just home to one of Thailand’s most successful football clubs (Buriram United) and the most modern race track in the country (Chang International Circuit), but also to the most significant Khmer site in Thailand (Phanom …
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Buriram might not be one of the “Big 4 Cities” in Isaan, but when it comes to football it’s the number one by far. The little 30,000 citizen town some 410km northeast of Bangkok is home to one of Thailand’s best football clubs: Buriram United. It was in 2012 when Khun Newin, a former deputy …
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