At Food For Thought, we like to help our readers as much as we can, and that’s why we create our own Ultimate Travel Guides. We know people enjoy exploring a city on their own, but from our experience, it is one of those things that make or break the reputation of a city. This is why try to make it easier for people, by giving them that little help that they need. This is generally what is in our travel guides: –
1.) Background of the city.
2.) Useful phrases.
3.) What to eat (we are a food blog after all).
4.) What to do.
5.) Where to stay.
As a heads up, I plan on things to do by the number of nights you’re there. For example, keep nights that you want to have drinking nights out near the weekends. Try to do family oriented things during weekdays, and do sample food my location.
“Travel and change of place impart new vigour to the mind.”
Chiang Mai (เชียงใหม่), also styled Chiangmai, is proverbially known as the spiritual capital of Thailand, with its calming pace of life and mountainous atmosphere. When compared to its other gems such as Bangkok or one of their many beautiful islands such as Phuket or Koh Phangan, Chiang Mai serves to deliver an entirely different experience. Not as famous to foreigners as a holiday destination, Chiang Mai is known to locals as a must visit for its pristine clean air and local vacation spot. Poetically known the rose of the north, Chiang Mai falls under the northern region of Thailand, and home seat to the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Lanna, famed for its distinctive Lanna culture and home to Lanna Cuisine. Here, we shall explore some things to do in Chiang Mai for first time visitors. Continue Reading