Citylife In-house

 |  September 1, 2011

Next month’s Citylife:

The expat issue…all about the interesting, intriguing, odd and wonderful things that some expatriates are doing here in Chiang Mai. If you think there is someone special we should feature, please feel free to get in touch at

Citylife Chiang Mai Real Estate Guide:

We are constantly receiving emails from our readers and online visitors about where to buy or rent property, what areas to live in, what developments are of interest and basic how-tos of real estate in Chiang Mai. Though we are not in the real estate business, and have in the past referred them to agencies or projects, we thought it was time we put together something which could be used as a tool for those wishing to rent, buy, sell, lease and build. So, our Citylife Chiang Mai Real Estate Guide will be coming out in November of this year and if you have any related business and wish to advertise, please contact us at salesmanager@

Northern Thailand Golf Map:

It is online, it is official and it is really really useful (if you love golf)!

Visit our web site for all sorts of information on golf courses and related information at www.northernthailand golfmap. com. Citylife in association with our partners Coco Golf, are also organising occasional golfing events which have so far been very well attended and great value for money. So, watch this space, check out our site for details or email us at janjira@chiangmaicitylife. com for more information. This project is supported by the Tourism Authority of Thailand.

Citylife Survey:

Though filling in a survey is not a particularly sexy past time, we would be ever so grateful if you could take five minutes out of your valuable time to help us out by visiting To make this a more pleasant experience for you, those who fill in the survey are eligible to win up to 50,000 baht’s worth of prizes, including two return plane tickets to Bangkok on Bangkok Airways. So, go on, help us out, we want to be better for you, we want to meet your needs, we want to improve and we – even though it hurts – want to hear your criticisms. Thank you jao!