Bye Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is actually such a cool place. There’s over 200 temples just scattered around the town and there’s so many things to do and see. We stayed there for 5 nights and I miss it already. What I really like was that there was a mixture of real Thai food but also western food and some really cool cafes like ‘Fern Forrest’. ‘Cooking Love’ was a small Thai restaurant which people had recommended to us, and they served super tasty and really cheap food!

One of our days there we took a Thai cooking class! This was such a cool experience and I actually learned a lot. We made three meals of our choice (from a list) and then sticky rice with mango! We even got to walk around their garden to pick ingredients and eat some fruit from the trees.

This was one of the my favourite days yet. White water rafting and exploring two waterfalls. This was my first time rafting and I was so scared to start with but then it was just fun! There were water spiders that kept on coming onto the boat which was kinda scary but I guess it’s part of the experience!

On another day we took a long bus ride to the ‘Golden Triangle’ where Thailand meets Laos and Burma. We took a boat trip and spent 30 mins on Laos; cool day trip! Next up- elephant sanctuary in Kanchanaburi!

#thailand #nouw #semester #holiday #food

  • Thailand , Exploring
  • Near Kanchanaburi, Mueang Kanchanaburi District, Kanchanaburi, Thailand



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