Toot Yung, where art meets nature

Toot Yung (that’s “mosquito butt” in Thai) abandoned the bustle of the Bangkok art scene earlier this year in favour of an unlikely and rather remote enclave in Mae Rim district. Some 30km north of

Three Trees, An In-Depth Culinary Experience

Three Trees embraces Thai culinary traditions of past and present. Drawing on historical recipes and 15 years of extensive research, founder and prominent food scholar, Hanuman Aspler offers a bespoke and intimate approach to learning

Kad Luang, the “great market”

Located in the heart of Chiang Mai, and along the Ping River, this vibrant and energetic area is an important hub for locals. A collision of three markets: Wororot Market, Ton Lam Yai Market and

Flight of the Gibbons Ziplining

For children as young as five years old, the Flight of the Gibbon’s 3.5 km-long zip line course offers 100-meter-high, 800-meter-long soaring views above the jungle floor. As you glide between canopies or rappel down sides