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- The Hmong Hill Tribe in ThailandHmong Hill Tribe Chiang Mai The Hmong sometimes called the ‘Meo’ are the second largest hill tribe group in Thailand making up approximately 17% of the total hilltribe population. There are an estimated 125,000 Hmong living in Thailand, which make it the second largest minority group (after the Karen). The… Read more »
- 7 Authentic Things to do in Chiang Rai7 Authentic Things to do in Chiang Rai Chiang Rai is known for the Golden Triangle and the White Temple, but beyond this well-trodden tourist trail lies the real Chiang Rai. Away from the city and the tourist highlights lies Chiang Rai’s sweeping topography of fertile valleys and mountainous borders… Read more »
- Baan Tong Luang Village – Long neck and 5 Hill tribes in Chiang MaiBaan Tong Luang village was originally set up to help the hill tribe families of workers at neighbouring Mae Sa Elephant Camp. It is a modelled village that showcases the different hill tribe groups of northern Thailand including the; Karen, Hmong, Mien/Yao, Lahu, Lisu and the Kayan Long Neck. Located… Read more »
- Chiang Mai Flower FestivalWhen is the Chiang Mai Flower Festival? The Chiang Mai Flower festival is held every year, during the first weekend of February. The festival is a celebration of the beautiful flowers in bloom, at the end of the winter season. During the festival award winning flowers from Thailand and around… Read more »
- 7 Day Itinerary for Northern Thailand7 Day Itinerary for Northern Thailand – How to spend a week in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai If you’re planning a trip to northern Thailand and wondering how long to spend there, one week will give you a good taste of what the Lanna Kingdom has to offer. You’ll… Read more »
- Thai Tribal crafts – Supporting Hill Tribes ArtisansSupporting Hill Tribes through their Crafts Guests often ask us – ‘How can we help the hill tribes ? ‘ ….. ‘ What can I bring from my country to support them ? ‘ . The simple answer to this, goes back to that old saying “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a… Read more »
- Blue Temple – Wat Rong Suea Ten – Chiang RaiThe Blue Temple (Wat Rong Suea Ten) (วัดร่องเสือเต้น) in Chiang Rai The Blue Temple (Wat Rong Suea Ten) is the newest temple on the scene in Chiang Rai. Located just a few kilometers from Chiang Rai city in the district of Rimkok, it was completed in 2016. The Blue Temple is… Read more »
- Doi Ang Khang – Chiang Mai’s unknown Mountain resort townDoi Ang Khang in Fang district (Chiang Mai), is a rugged and mountainous frontier which forms part of the Thailand Burma border. Largely unknown to foreign tourists but hugely popular with Thai tourists, sitting at one of the most remote corners of Northern Thailand you’ll get the feeling you’re at… Read more »
- Phu Chi Fa – Chiang Rai’s Best Kept SecretPhu Chi Fa – not many tourists have heard of this place, but its probably one of the most beautiful places in Thailand. Phu Chi Fah (or Phu Chee Fah) Forest Park, is a national park and mountain range located in Thoeng district in Chiang Rai. It’s located 1,628m above sea… Read more »
- Pa Pong Piang Rice Terraces – Chiang Mai’s Best Kept SecretPa Pong Piang Rice Terraces – Chiang Mai’s Best Kept Secret One of Chiang Mai’s Best Kept secrets – Ban Pa Pong Piang Rice terraces are one of the most photogenic spots in Thailand. Ban Pa Pong Piang (sometimes spelt as Pa Pong Pieng) is a little hamlet of rolling… Read more »
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