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How to Choose an Elephant Camp in Chiang Mai Posted by on Feb 26, 2015

Elephants (ช้าง – cháang) are an important part of Thai culture, and they’re also a huge part of the tourism industry. Take a walk in Chiang Mai, and you’re sure to pass countless travel agencies offering a variety of elephant-related experiences. From a simple ride on Dumbo to week-long mahout training camps, to long-term volunteer…

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Common Thai Greetings Posted by on Feb 17, 2015

Make your trip to Thailand much better by learning some common greetings in this short and easy to follow video. Thai people appreciate a good smile, but they appreciate you speaking their language even more! สวัสดี – sà-wàt dee hello/goodbye สวัสดีครับ – sà-wàt dee kráp hello (male) สวัสดีค่ะ – sà-wàt dee kâ hello (female) คุณสบายดีไหม – kun sà-baai dee…

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Thai Vocabulary for Valentine’s Day Posted by on Feb 12, 2015

Although Valentine’s Day (วันวาเลนไทน์ – wan waa-layn-tai) isn’t exactly a traditional holiday in Thailand, it sure is popular. In many ways, February 14th is the same in the Kingdom of Smiles as it is in the West – guys will buy roses (กุหลาบ – gù làap), a box of chocolate (ช็อกโกแลต – chók goh lâet),…

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Streets, Beats and Eats: Pai Posted by on Feb 11, 2015

Fall in love with the mountainous town of Pai in northern Thailand. Enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, such as: chilling at a waterfall, hiking in the canyon, tubing down the river, and soaking in hot springs. With a variety of cafes, restaurants, and a night market, there are plenty of options for food and…

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10 Things to Do in Pai Posted by on Feb 5, 2015

The last stop of our Mae Hong Son loop motorbike trip is the popular mountains town of Pai. In this video, check out 10 awesome things to do in this cool northern Thai town – from hiking, to soaking in hot springs, to rocking out at a monthly music and art party, Pai has a…

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