Shopping in Chiang Mai? Let’s go with Marisa!

Shopping is a big deal in Chiang Mai. From the incredible Sunday Night Walking Street to the traditional handicrafts in the San Kamphaeng district, trendy Nimmanhaemin boutiques and brand names of Central Festival shopping mall, Chiang Mai has a lot to offer. Second only to Bangkok when it comes to shopping, Chiang Mai is the…

The Sukhothai Bangkok

Remodelled after the ancient Kingdom of Sukhothai, one of the former capitals of Siam, The Sukhothai Hotel is one of Bangkok’s finest offerings. Driving along South Sathorn Road, the hotel is unassuming, but inside the simple and elegant entrance a miniature kingdom awaits.

Eat @ Rincome Restaurant

Eat @ Rincome Restaurant at U Nimman hotel offers an outstanding Asian dinner buffet every Thursday to Sunday, at the intersection of Nimmanhaemin and Huay Kaew Road. With dining options on Nimmanhaemin Road surprisingly slim, the Eat @ Rincome Asian Buffet Dinner comes to the rescue for those looking for an array of Thai, Chinese…

Dear Luxury Hotels of Thailand, I have some ideas for you…..

In the last two years, I have stayed in some of the most stunning and sought-after hotels and resorts in Thailand, ranging from small boutique properties with private beaches to large luxury chain hotels complete with resident elephants. What have I found at each property? Impeccable rooms incorporating Thai and Lanna design, properties attempting to…

18 Amazing Chiang Mai hotels for 2018

Chiang Mai hotels come in all shapes and sizes: from super cheap (80 Baht) private hostel rooms that feel like you are sleeping in a box to deluxe villas with private plunge pools overlooking rice fields (starting at 30,000 Baht per night). The hotels in Chiang Mai have something for everyone.