Wouldn’t it make our lives so much easier if we have a price guide to where we travel? Well, here's one for Chiang Mai, Thailand! One thing I love about South-East Asia is how cheap things are due to the lower cost of living. Travelers are well aware of that and unfortunately, so do the locals; and there’s always someone or some company looking to rip you off
Located in Chiang Mai Province, Doi Inthanon National Park encompasses the highest mountain In Thailand, Doi Inthanon, as well as several lesser summits. The doi (mountain) is largely a granite batholith intruding a southerly extension of the Shan Hills range and forming the divide between the Nam Mae Ping river to the east and the Nam Mae Chaem river to the west. Lower elevations in the most easterly pant of the park are limestone formations and contain a number of caves.
Here in Chiang Mai, our favourite is the Chiang Mai Gate Market or Talat Pratu Chiang Mai, located in the south inside the moat and open 24/7. If you get there in the afternoon or evening, you will find a great variety of street food, but if you go in the morning, you will be able to find a small fruit paradise. Call it a walk-in natural pharmacy. Here is a list of a few remarkable fruits we’ve eaten in Thailand: