What to do when your train from Chiang Mai to Bangkok left you.

I haven’t experienced traveling via train for 13 hours, so, we decided to take one. A land travel from Chiang Mai to Bangkok. It’s a little bit expensive compared to a sleeping bus (which cost 596 THB), and 837 THB for the first-class train. Plus, a lot of people told us that it’s a very comfortable way of traveling and cheaper than a plane.

We were excited that we left our guest house an hour before our train supposed to leave. And that was a big mistake. Though our place is located inside the old city, it is quite near the station, normally a 15minutes travel, however, it was raining heavily that time and the traffic were so bad. In short, we were late and the train already left us 10 minutes ago. Continue reading

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Into the heights: DOI INTHANON.

Almost 2 hours ride going south from Chiang Mai center is the highest peak of Thailand. Soaring up to 2565m above sea level, it is located at Chong Thong district, and this mountain is a cousin of the Himalayas. Doi Inthanon is also known as “The Roof of Thailand,” basically because it is the highest mountain in the country. Continue reading

Living life fully alive.


Life gets boring sometimes. And we don’t really know the cause of why we feel it. Perhaps, our lifestyle is patterned and routined, or we are stuck in a career that we don’t enjoy anymore, or we are simply limited in trying new experiences, or the most painful one, no money to be happy. Continue reading