Category: Things To Do

Chiang Rai’s Morning Market

November 18, 2014

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Chiang Rai's morning market

Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, in the far north of Thailand, Chiang Rai is a smaller, quieter, less touristy town than its northern neighbor Chiang Mai. Just like Chiang Mai though, Chiang Rai has a popular (though much smaller) night bazaar. Those who are more early birds than night owls though might want to try a visit to Chiang Mai’s morning market instead.

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The Phi Phi Viewpoint

November 4, 2014

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Phi Phi Islands

The Phi Phi Islands lay 60 kilometers south of the more popular and accessible island of Phuket and are a popular destination for travelers to Thailand – particularly among backpackers. Phi Phi Don is the main island and this is where you’ll find the Phi Phi viewpoint.

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Railay Beaches and Caves

October 28, 2014

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Railay Beach

Krabi province on the west coast of southern Thailand has long attracted snorkelers, scuba divers and sun worshipers eager to enjoy the beaches, caves, and tropical waters of the area.

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Alternative Attractions: Escape Hunt Phuket

October 7, 2014

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Phuket Escape Hunt

You may associate the island of Phuket with beaches, crystal clear waters, scuba diving, and some pretty lively nightlife – but it’s also the home of the newest Escape Hunt location, so you can now mix up the beach lounging and partying with some old fashioned murder mystery entertainment.

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Pattaya Floating Market

September 23, 2014

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Most people have heard of the floating markets in and around Bangkok, but many more tourists flock to the gigantic floating market in Pattaya too. Located on on Sukhumvit Road, Pattaya Floating Market is the ideal place to get away from the mayhem of Pattaya city. This huge market spans some 100,000 square meters and is divided up into four sections. Each section represents the culture, food, and traditions of the north, northeast, central, and southern regions of Thailand.

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Viator Exclusive: Elephant Conservation Experience in Chiang Mai

September 16, 2014

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Sticking its little tongue out at us!

Aside from being fascinating animals, elephants are an enduring symbol of Thai culture and royal power. Interacting with them provides a glimpse into the dynamic that has existed between Thai people and elephants for centuries. It was a 1.5 hour drive from Chiang Mai to Lampang, where the Thai Elephant Conservation Center is located for our Viator Exclusive Elephant Conservation Experience in Chang Mai. During the drive, we chatted with our guide, Sam, while watching the scenery gradually change from the shopping malls and restaurants of Chiang Mai, to the rolling green hills of the countryside.

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