Bangkok

3 Ways To Go To Chiang Mai From Bangkok

There are multiple ways to get around when traveling in Thailand. Flight is certainly the most common one. However, there are a couple of other alternatives available which can increase your travel flexibility. In this post, we are going to talk about 3 ways to go to Chiang Mai from Bangkok. #1 By Airplane The quickest way to go from Bangkok to Chiang Mai or the other way around is definitely by airplane. The one-way flight only takes a little over an hour. Other than Thailand domestic airlines such as Thai Airways International, Bangkok Airways etc, AirAsia usually offers pretty good deal...

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Bangkok Travel Tips

OK, we have talked a lot about Bangkok so far. Now it's time to get into some details and put up with some travel tips. Hope it will be helpful! You know we stayed in Bangkok for 4 days in total (2 days with my mom and 2 days with our friends). Infrastructurewise, the public transit in Bangkok is impressively well planned and developed. It was the most useful method for us to get around in the city. If you are a budget traveler like us, using the public transit in Bangkok will make your in-city transportation very easy and fast! Let's start from here. Public Transit -- BTS, MRT, ARL Systems Bangkok...

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Bangkok With Friends – Recommendations of Food & Night Life

Other than taking my mom to Thailand, there's another important reason that we planned for this 2-week Thailand trip, which was to be able to celebrate New Year's in Bangkok with our sweetest friends Stef and Eric from San Francisco but currently living in Shanghai. Our dearest friends Stef and Eric ----------------> While we were traveling at Bangkok and Chiang Mai with my mom (more on Chiang Mai later), they were having their solo relaxing vacation at the beaches in Thailand. We planned to meet up for New Years Eve in Bangkok. At this point, my mom's plane to Shanghai had taken off... Alrighty!...

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The Day With The Snakes

We were originally thinking about going to see one of the floating markets in Bangkok. In order to avoid the travel group crowd, it was suggested that we should arrive before 9 am, otherwise there would be a massive traffic jam. Since the floating market locates really far from the city plus I learnt that there's too much taxi scams online and taking a bus there one-way is going to take 2 hours, three of us were all reluctant. Getting up at 5 am in the morning after wandering around at Asiatique for a few hours the night before just didn't seem to be a good idea at this point. So plan changed! What...

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ASIATIQUE The Riverfront – An Unusual Night Market

"Hey welcome back! How's Thailand?" "Thailand was great! We went to ..." "Did you see ladyboys???" (Our friends didn't even let us finish answering the first question.) "No. We were in Chiang Mai. Didn't think about or plan to go see ladyboys. But we sort of came across a couple at the night market..." "How did they look? Are they pretty?" "Oh god! They are NOT pretty!" Han repeatedly saying no while shaking his head constantly. This conversation happened in Masse, our regular friends meetup bar in Shanghai shortly after we came back from our first Thailand trip. It did remind...

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Grand Palace – First Impression of Bangkok

Our first Thailand trip was during the first week of October 2012. We only had one destination at that time, which was Chiang Mai. Loved this fantastic small place so much that we wanted to go back again and again! We even thought about living there for a month or two. The math we did shows that by living in Chiang Mai, we can actually save money plus have a higher quality of life compare to living in Shanghai. (Shoot me an email or leave a comment if you are interested in the numbers.) So...2 months later, on Christmas Eve, when the temperature in Shanghai was around 0 degree Celsius, we packed...

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