• 22 Jun0
    Sustainable Tourism Projects at a Hill Tribe Lodge

    Sustainable Tourism Projects at a Hill Tribe Lodge

    Post by chananya

    Studying environmental science in an air-conditioned classroom in a comfortable chair with a professor lecturing in front of you is entirely different from putting into practice what you are there to learn. Standing in the rice fields of Lisu Lodge, Kaitlyn and I got our first taste of down in the dirt environmental work.

     
  • 15 Jun0
    Returning to Luang Prabang

    Returning to Luang Prabang

    Post by chananya

    It was with some reservations, I looked forward to the reunion with Luang Prabang, a city I had not visited in nearly 10 years

     
  • 14 Jun0
    Diving into Northern Thailand

    Diving into Northern Thailand

    Post by chananya

    I have a passion for the environment and hope to continue to pursue environmental sustainability initiatives for organizations in the future. Lisu Lodge is an excellent opportunity for me to flex my environmental muscles in a new city and country

     
  • 7 Jun0
    Cruising the Chao Phrya River to Ayutthaya

    Cruising the Chao Phrya River to Ayutthaya

    Post by chananya

    85 kilometres upriver from Bangkok in the lush central plains lies a most spectacular ruin, World Heritage listed Ayutthaya.

     
  • 30 May1
    Thai Recipe: Isarn Sausage Made Easy

    Thai Recipe: Isarn Sausage Made Easy

    Post by chananya

    My name is Orawan. My family and I enjoy cooking, especially when we see a smile from people who enjoy our food. My family has been working on the Thai cuisine of the northeastern region, also know as ‘Isarn’ food. We try to remain true to the traditional flavor of Isarn food and at the […]

     
  • 19 May0
    Edible Birds’ Nests: A delicacy from limestone caves

    Edible Birds’ Nests: A delicacy from limestone caves

    Post by chananya

       People often relate Chinese delicacy to endangering animals or plant species but not edible birds’ nests. It’s tasteless and has a texture akin to jelly. So it is flavored with mildly sweet syrup. Bird’s nest is considered one of the world’s most expensive foods. But then again you probably wouldn’t eat it unless it has […]

     
  • 28 Apr0
    Thai New Year: Pillar of support

    Thai New Year: Pillar of support

    Post by teerapole

    On a visit to Lisu Lodge just after the official Songkran festival ended, the people of Mae Dang District in Chiang Mai were performing their own Songkarn ceremony. It was by chance that we were able to experience this wonderful ceremony that is not seen very often.