As I have stated on my Openrice profile: I do not only travel when I am in a new country; I taste it. Food is celebration of life, a feast of chant for a country’s culture! In order to further consolidate my pride as an amateur foodie, of course I need to write a blog specifically for foods in Chiang Mai. … More I Feel So FOOD in Chiang Mai —- Epic Part One!(It’s so long so I call it Epic)
Some people might mistake Langham Hotel as Langham Place, but the former is where the lovely Italian dinner buffet I indulged in, situated at 8 Peking Road TST, while Langham Place is a shopping mall with Cordis Hotel under its management. Despite an overwhelming number of Italian restaurants in Hongkong, I have rarely been to … More Tasty of Italy ~ A Buffet by Langham Hotel
Above: Starbucks at Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong. One of the best open-air cafes I enjoy (Credits to Tripadvisor) I have already back in Hong Kong for 3 weeks after 27-day stay in Chiang Mai, only to find myself missing the many casual relaxing cafes more and more. Here’s why. Vegetarian friendly and more health-conscious, vegetables … More Hong Kong VS Chiang Mai: What do Hong Kong cafes and restaurants lack of comparing to Chiang Mai?
As a well-trained science student, I always try to explain myself concisely in reader-friendly format. For people only interested in a part of this Thailand blog series, you can refer to the guide below to see which part you can skip! 🙂 Directory of Chiang Mai blog series Why I am going to … More The Thailand Stopover–– A Therapy to My Soul (Chiang Mai)
(Photo: Nice fruit juices everywhere at 20-55 Baht) Chiang Mai is a European Town in the East, second home to digital nomads, a vegetarian friendly Buddhist city never short of slow-paced leisure-pleasure. Brief Summary of the Chapters In this chapter I am going to describe in depth my subtle feeling about this place, cool … More Chapter 2: Chiang Mai Impression —- European, Vegetarian, A Town of Travelling Freelancers)