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31 May Two weeks in Thailand

We have assisted in helping plan many trips to Thailand and we get questions often while people are planning their two-week holidays to Thailand. So, we thought we would write our suggestions on how to spend two weeks in Thailand. Thailand is a long plane ride from most places in the world and two weeks is a good amount of time for a Thailand holiday. There are many ways to spend two weeks in Thailand and...

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28 May Affordable 5 Star luxury in Bangkok

Few cities in the world are the words affordable and luxury offered in the same sentence, but in Bangkok they go together like curry and rice. Affordable 5 star luxury in Bangkok can be found! Set in the heart of Bangkok the Amari Watergate is centrally located to shops restaurants and transportation. A short walk front the door is Bangkok’s premier shopping district of Siam. This stretch of the city is lined with shops from high end...

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Chiang Mai Area Map

27 May Tips for Finding an Apartment in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is our home base while we are in Asia. It’s the city we have spent more time in than any other outside of the states. It’s a city we know and love, and we can give you tips for finding an apartment in Chiang Mai. The city is the perfect combination of an exotic location with the comforts of home, but at a fraction of the costs. For us Chiang Mai is the...

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21 Apr Best of Chiang Mai

We just wrapped up our 5 month stay in Chiang Mai, Thailand. We have been to countless restaurants, cafes, and bars. We searched high and low for the best hair salon, gym, massage, and much more. Now that our time is up we have narrowed down the best of Chiang Mai. We're sad to leave, but looking forward to coming back to visit the best of Chiang Mai again in the future. Best Co-Working Space in...

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Songkran in Ching Mai - Featured Images

07 Apr Songkran in Chiang Mai

With temperatures above 100 degrees (35c) in April who wouldn't want to take part in the world's biggest water fight! Songkran is Thailand's biggest holiday and is celebrated throughout the country as the traditional New Year's day. The Thai people pour water over each other as a symbol of washing away all of their sins/bad and starting the new year fresh.   Ringing in the Thai New Year In Thailand it's 2558. The Thai calendar begins with the death of...

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