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  • 20 Mar0
    Flower field and Farm Tours Worth Visiting in Thailand

    Flower field and Farm Tours Worth Visiting in Thailand

    Post by Withaya

    In Thailand, the cool season is the time many Thais look forward to. The weather is pleasantly cool and many flowers bloom during this period, attracting a lot of photographers and tourists to visit the blooming sites, particularly in the northern region.

     
  • 5 Mar0
    Memorable Experience at Lanjia Lodge

    Memorable Experience at Lanjia Lodge

    Post by teerapole

    In late December of 2014, along with 35 of my California State University of Fullerton classmates, I had the amazing opportunity to travel to northern Thailand. My classmates and I are all child and adolescent study majors and we traveled to Thailand to complete our second required internship in order to complete our degree.

     
  • 2 Mar0
    Let’s eat Tea…it’s not just a drink

    Let’s eat Tea…it’s not just a drink

    Post by Withaya

    Tea has been known as one of the social drinks in many cultures for centuries. It’s firstly noted as medicinal drink in China. It became popular in Europe after the Portuguese merchants brought it back from China in the 17th century. It gained huge popularity in Britain the 18th century, leading to widespread smuggling and adulteration.

     
  • 2 Feb0
    The Artistic Side of Chiang Rai

    The Artistic Side of Chiang Rai

    Post by Withaya

    Northern Thailand is the region where many great artists reside and create their art works. During my stay in Chiang Rai, I have visited a few places that exhibit the artworks of the great artists of Chiang Rai. The first place belongs to the artist whose architectural work is dominated by black color. The second place is a ceramic gallery that employs traditional method to produce beautiful ceramic products. The last one is a religious sanctuary restored by a painter who turns an unknown temple into a spectacular piece of art.

     
  • 20 Jan0
    Popular food forever.. Som Tum (Green Papaya Salad)

    Popular food forever.. Som Tum (Green Papaya Salad)

    Post by Withaya

    New Year celebration was just over. A lot of Thai people took holidays abroad with their families. Many returned to their hometowns. Certainly, food is an important part of the celebration in Thailand. There is one dish that would not be absent on the table. That dish is the popular “Som Tum” or Green Papaya Salad.

     
  • 12 Jan0
    Peace of Mind in the Heart of the City

    Peace of Mind in the Heart of the City

    Post by Withaya

    I believe that many people who live in the big city of Bangkok like me want to live a peaceful life surrounded by nature. The truth is it is really hard to find ‘peace’ when we are always on the go. Our active lives always give us stress. That is why we try to find ways to relax or rejuvenate ourselves whenever we can.

     
  • 25 Dec0
    Sustainable Tourism at a Tea Plantation in Chiang Mai

    Sustainable Tourism at a Tea Plantation in Chiang Mai

    Post by chananya

    Thai people have been familiar with tea for a long time as a food ingredient, not as a drink. They use wild tea leaves, known as “Bai Mieng” in Thai, in a variety of dishes, especially in northern cuisine.