Posts Tagged with "Chiang Mai"

5 Must See Waterfalls in Thailand!

Thursday, November 24, 2016

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5 Must See Waterfalls in Thailand!

Exploring waterfalls is one of the best ways to get in touch with nature in Thailand. Trekking up through the dense jungle along a small winding dirt track, in 90 percent humidity and the 35 degree tropical heat. Top it all off by jumping into a deep pool of cloudy blue water coloured by dissolved limestone, swim amongst the nibbling fish and lay back listening to the jungle sounds all around. Heaven!

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4 Awesome Countryside Camping Options Near Chiang Mai, Thailand

Friday, October 7, 2016

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4 Awesome Countryside Camping Options Near Chiang Mai, Thailand

Are you headed to Chiang Mai in search of adventure? If you want to swim in a river, hike in a forest and spot Thai wildlife, check out these off-the-beaten-track National Parks that few tourists visit. You’ll have to drive yourself or hire a private driver to get to these destinations, as they’re so rarely on visitors’ itineraries, but the journey to get there is worth it we promise!

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10 Things That Make a Hostel Great! (Review: Brick House Hostel, Chiang Mai)

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

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10 Things That Make a Hostel Great! (Review: Brick House Hostel, Chiang Mai)

As backpackers, we know that a good hostel can be so much more than a place to rest your weary head. It’s a place where you can make a home from home. Recently, we reviewed the brand new Brick House Hostel in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand who seem to have got everything right when it comes to creating the perfect hostel. Check out our list of 10 things that makes a hostel great!

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A Healthy Habit: Fruit Winter in Chiang Mai

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

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A Healthy Habit: Fruit Winter in Chiang Mai

Every year, the beautiful northern capital of Thailand, Chiang Mai, plays host to a unique event called The Fruit Winter. A festival that's the brainchild of US life coach and therapist, Conor McMillen, that inspires people to eat raw fruit and vegetables and practise healthy living. Traveller, Martin Higgins explains his own experience and why his body and mind thank him for keeping up his annual habit of wintering in Chiang Mai...

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Where to Get Your Yoga on in Thailand?

Friday, September 4, 2015

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Where to Get Your Yoga on in Thailand?

Whether you’re a complete first timer or an experienced yogi you'll be sure to find a class and community in Thailand that fits your speed and style. Plus Thailand just seems to attract seekers of all kinds. The relaxed attitude, warm weather, incredible yoga spaces and world-class teachers make the country a great place to focus on your practice and finally nail that headstand...

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Make Your Own Silver Jewellery at a Workshop in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Monday, August 31, 2015

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Make Your Own Silver Jewellery at a Workshop in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Forget about tacky souvenirs – beautifully jewellery crafted by your very own hands is a magnificent keepsake of your travels. Nobody else in the world will have a piece the same as yours, and when people ask about that unique pendant they’ve never seen before, you can proudly say that you made it yourself in tropical Chiang Mai!

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Could Chiang Mai be the Next Tubing Mecca? We Spend the Day with Chiang Mai Tubing and Beach Club!

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

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Could Chiang Mai be the Next Tubing Mecca? We Spend the Day with Chiang Mai Tubing and Beach Club!

Experienced backpackers will likely remember the olden days when the small mountainous village of Vang Vieng, Laos was overtaken by rowdy backpackers floating down the Nam Song River in rubber tubes stopping at bar after bar along the way. Things got out of hand and the world of tubing changed a bit. Now in Thailand, Chiang Mai Tubing and Beach Club has emerged with an entirely different idea of tubing. Think relaxation, an emphasis on the environment, and a beach in the mountains!

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Revealed! The Winner of our Flashlight Photography Competition and Front Cover Shot…

Saturday, November 2, 2013

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Revealed! The Winner of our Flashlight Photography Competition and Front Cover Shot…

We were overwhelmed by the response we had to our recent Photography Competition. Not only would the winner gain prime position on the front cover of our magazine, they would win a place on the fantastic Flashlight Photography Expedition taking place in November in Chiang Mai! With so many incredible photos sent in (and more than a few dodgy snaps!), it was a tough choice. So who did we choose?

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Competition: Make Front Cover of S.E.A Backpacker & Win a Place on the Chiang Mai FlashLight Photography Tour!

Saturday, September 14, 2013

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Competition: Make Front Cover of S.E.A Backpacker & Win a Place on the Chiang Mai FlashLight Photography Tour!

It’s almost time for our annual Photography Tour in Chiang Mai, run by the awesome Flashlight Photography Expeditions team, Dylan Goldby and Flash Parker. We are OFFERING YOU THE CHANCE TO WIN an exclusive place on this phenomenal tour- as well as have your photograph appear on the cover of our magazine!

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Photography Competition! Make Front Cover & Win a Place on an Exclusive Photography Tour in Thailand

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

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Flash Light Photography Competition

As budding travel writers and photographers, we know that there is no better feeling than the day you get a magazine in the mail and see your work plastered all over it. That’s why we’re giving everyone the chance to see their work in print – on the front cover of South East Asia Backpacker Magazine, no less!

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