Loi Kroh Road

Just opposite the moat, towards the night bazaar you’ll find this stretch of bars. Loi Kroh Road is Chiang Mai’s answer to Bangkok’s Nana Plaza. Each of the dozen or so bars on either side…

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

The main venue for shopping in Chiang Mai, indeed all of Thailand, the night bazaar is a can’t-miss part of the Chiang Mai experience. Ground zero of this nightly commerce bomb is located at the…

Baan Tawai Wood Crafts

20km south of the city centre Baan Tawai, home to Chiang Mai’s woodcarving villages, is simply the best place to buy antique reproductions, home furnishing and decorative art made from wood. Many of the fantastic…

Chiang Mai Walking Streets

Shopping in Chiang Mai is all about immersing yourself in the local culture, and there’s no better place to experience it than at the Weekend Walking Streets. Here, the essence of Chiang Mai comes to…

Chiang Mai Flower Festival 2013

Flower Festival Parade In some ways this is the best part of the Flower Festival. The Flower Festival Parade starts on Saturday morning. The parade lines up along Charoen Muang Road, all the way up…

Flora Fest’@ Royal Park Rajapruek 2012

Royal  Park  Rajapruek, Highland  Research  and  Development (Public  Organization) together with Royal Project Foundation will  hold “ Flora Fest’@  Royal  Park  Rajapruek 2012  between  December 1, 2012 -February 28, 2013 From 08:00 a.m. – 09:00…

Weather in Chiang Mai

There are 3 seasons in Chiang Mai: the cool season (November – February), hot season (March – June) and raining season (July to October). During the cool season, temperature ranges between 14°C and 25°C. How…