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A Great Northern Thailand Itinerary Posted by on Apr 28, 2015

Although Thailand is mostly known for sun and sand on the islands or debauchery in Bangkok, the northern part of the country has a lot to offer – motorbike trips, jungle trekking, stunning temples, massive caves and waterfalls, elephant sanctuaries, ruins of ancient capitals, and so much more. Go-go bars and Full Moon parties are…

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Highlights of Northern Thailand Posted by on Apr 6, 2015

While Thailand may be most famous for its islands and the madness of Bangkok, there’s a lot to see and do in the north. Visit the Heaven & Hell of architecture, trek to remote villages, make friends with elephants, tackle the 1,864 curves of a motorbike loop, and so much more.

Mae Hong Son to Soppong Posted by on Jan 7, 2015

After making the long drive from Mae Chaem up to Mae Hong Son, we had to think about our plans for the rest of our MHS Loop motorbike adventure. Originally, we had planned to most likely spend two nights in the capital city of the province by the same name. However, based on what we…

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Chiang Mai to Mae Hong Son Posted by on Dec 26, 2014

Embarking on an epic motorbike adventure across the famed Mae Hong Son loop of Thailand, we headed south from the northern capital of Chiang Mai. Based on other travelers’ accounts, it seemed as if we had two options for the first day – stop at Doi Inthanon National Park or head straight to Mae Sariang…

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10 Things to Do in Chiang Mai Posted by on Nov 17, 2014

There’s so much to do in Chiang Mai that planning a trip there can be quite difficult. Whether you’re after culture, adventure, or simply wining and dining, this Thai city has got it all. It was tough, but I narrowed the list down to ten and compiled a highlight reel of some great ways you…

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A Guide to Chiang Rai Posted by on Sep 25, 2014

Depending on which way you’re headed in a Southeast Asia adventure, Chiang Rai (เชียงราย) may be your first or last stop in Thailand. This northern provincial capital is often visited on a day trip or used simply as a necessary transit stop, but there’s much more to do here if given a few days. On…

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