The Capital of Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai offers something for everyone. Rather than getting a vague idea, figure out what things to do in Chiang Mai are worthy of putting on a mini bucket list to help plan your trip.
There’s nothing I love more in this world that markets, and Chiang Mai is full of markets. There’s just something about the arrays of dizzying stalls stacked with goods of all kinds that sends my heart pounding and feet racing; but I am getting ahead of myself. Let’s get back to the topic at hand: markets in Chiang Mai. Most famous for its Night Market and Sunday Night Market, I tried to hit as many as I can during our four day stay – and wasn’t disappointed with the 3 I went to.
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Chiang Mai in Northern Ireland is by far my favourite place I've ever visited. So today I've compiled my ultimate six day guide to Chiang Mai, from volunteering with elephants to ziplining through the rainforest! Click through to read more...
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