Stay in Thailand..
WHEN you walk into the Anantara Resort & Spa from the busy streets of central Chiang Mai you instantly feel the calmness and serenity of this urban oasis. From the sleek and seductive decor to the friendly and professional staff, you know you are in for a memorable experience.
FROM lake based palaces to neon-lit high rise or colonial elegance, Asia’s hotels have featured prominently on the silver screen. Featuring Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, India and Thailand, these five hotels might be next on your accommodation list. Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur, India The former royal summer palace of the Mewar dynasty has developed a…>
IF you ask any Chiang Mai resident what is the best hotel in town, you’re only likely to get one answer: The Chedi. Combining outstanding service, cutting edge design and an ideal location, this hotel’s stellar reputation is richly deserved. Chiang Mai has no shortage of top-class hotels, but many of the best ones are…>
CHIANG MAI, Thailand tends to draw ex-pats for the long term, or at least a few months at a time. The warm weather, great food and beautiful surroundings are all major draws, as is the low cost of living. The city is famously affordable when it comes to accommodation, from renting a house for a…>
RELIGIOUS tourism, or faith tourism, is a growing travel market. Holy cities like Mecca, Jerusalem and Varanasi attract huge numbers every year that travel to see various religious sites, while others travel to places for reasons of pilgrimage, as missionaries, for fellowship, to relax, receive teaching or undertake study. According to the World Tourism Organization…>
NORTHERN Thailand is in some ways a region of contradictions – the beauty of the area is unparalleled but there are many little-known communities there that suffer due to political circumstances beyond their control. Chai Lai Orchid presents an opportunity for guests to appreciate the beauty of this region of Thailand, and to not only…>
SITUATED on the banks of the Chao Praya river, the Mandarin Oriental is Bangkok’s oldest hotel and many would argue that it is still the best. From the outside it struggles to match up to the newer towering riverside hotels in the area, but once you go through the lobby doors it doesn’t take long…>
Places to stay
The Chedi, Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai, Chang Khlan, Thailand
Hintok River Camp @ Hellfire Pass
Kanchanaburi, River Kwai, Thailand