One of the places that we dropped by for a quick stop, was this place called Pai Memorial Bridge which is located in northern Thailand’s Mae Hong Son Province, near the Myanmar border.
This wooden bridge built during the WWII has no entrance fee, and it’s also a good photography spot for tourists.
Photo was taken using one of my favorite world class camera app – Hipstamatic.
I love Chiang Mai. It’s been 4 years since I last visited the beautiful city. Itinerary was made months ahead, so we could make full use of our available days, both in Chiang Mai & Pai (a town located in northern Thailand).
Rainforest Boutique Hotel is located about 15mins away from Chiang Mai International Airport, and 3km away from the local waroros market. But fret not, the hotel offers transportation from the airport to their hotel. All you need to do is contact them in advanced to arrange your transportation.
The front desk staffs were all friendly, cleanliness of the rooms were acceptable and air-conditioner was working well (important to regain coolness after a hot day out). If you ever find issues with your room air-conditioner, you can always bring it up to the front desk staffs, and i believe they are more than willing to change a new room for you.
Buffet style breakfast was also included, between early morning until 10am. A mixture of western & thai food was available to choose from. Basic simple food from toast, sunny side up, pancake, bacon to thai style pork & vegetable, soup and some fruits to fill up your tummy in the morning before heading to the town.
Although some parts of the hotel looked a little aged, we were happy with our rustic rainforest style accommodation for the value we paid.
It’s been ages since I last had a blog or managed a domain. I guess it’s time to restart, recollect and record pieces of my life journey once again.
This was taken in “A Day In Chiang Mai Coffee Brew” – a little cozy coffee shop in Amphoe Muang Chiang Mai, Thailand. Loved the rustic brick wall and the vintage cameras laying around the corner of the cafe.
Stay tune as I will be slowly adding more photos from my recent trip in Thailand.