Monthly Archives: November 2013

2 Days in a Secret Heaven: Mae Hong Son

2 Days in a Secret Heaven: Mae Hong Son

Hidden away from the world this heavenly place was not known to the tourism industry until the 1980s. Mae Hong Son a province to the north of Thailand closer to the boundary that separates Burma. It is a well preserved natural treasure. It is a secret get away into the deep jungle spread across a wide range of mountains and valleys. Today much to your surprise Mae Hong Son has a growing tourism friendly environment that hasn’t yet taken away its arcane beauty.  Enjoy lunch at local restaurant Read more [...]
Loi Krathong Festival in Thailand

Time to Wish for Good and Let Go Bad, Celebrating Loi Krathong

Yes! It’s time to float away all the negativity and wish for all the positivity. It’s time to celebrate Loi Krathong. Loi Krathong is one of the most beautiful times in the country. Thailand and parts of Laos and Burma annually celebrates this glittering festival.   Loi Krathong literally translates to "Floating Crown or Decoration". This festival occurs on the full moon of the 12th month in the traditional Thai lunar calendar, which usually falls in November in the western calendar. Krathong Read more [...]
Zipline Adventure in Chiang Mai

At Top of The World With Gibbons

Thailand is blessed with abundance of nature. This nature is also well preserved and utilized. Chiang Mai province is one of Thailand’s metropolitan cities and one of Asia’s top cities to live in. with all the city hustle in between it is truly magical at its borders. It is bordered by beautiful mountains at its north. Sleep is important but we promise you a time of your life if you sacrifice your sleep and get early for a day. Make the best of your life on this day. Amidst the thick rainforest Read more [...]
Floating Market and River Kwai

A Floating Day Into The Bygone Era

Its tropical location has blessed Thailand with abundance of natural resource especially water. The country is carved by canals and rivers. It is evident through history that humanity has always settled near water sources and exploited its full potential. The floating markets of Bangkok are the perfect prototype of that. Long slender boats are rowed around by farmers, merchants and buyers in the narrow canals. It is as good as any bustling chaotic market with an only difference that it’s on water, Read more [...]
Happy Diwali

Experience The Festival of Lights With. Happy Diwali!

Diwali is the most prominent Hindu festival. It’s a celebration of the victory of good over evil. And because light is symbolism of good and darkness the symbolism of evil, Diwali is celebrated as the festival of lights. The word Diwali means rows of lamps. All over the nation Hindu families celebrate the victory and return of their great Lord Rama, by lighting oil lamps, lanterns, bursting fire crackers and exchanging sweets. Diwali is celebrated on thirteenth lunar day of the Hindu month Ashwin, Read more [...]