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Expand Your Mind

Try something new this month and expand your mind. Learn our history, try some new form of exercise and listen to new music right here in Chiang Mai.


This sightseeing tour is a collaborative project between Green Beauty Scented Network, local and academics aiming to generate proceeds that will support local community projects including tree maintenance and encouraging young locals to become guides. As a hop-on hop-off service with 19 stops across town, travellers can enjoy exploring the city with an all-day pass priced at 250 baht. The tickets can also be redeemed to get exclusive discounts at participating cafés, restaurants and spas. While riding the electric open air bus, travellers can enjoy having a little chat with a volunteer guide who will be providing exclusive insights into the city, and reveal unseen secrets of each destination that you probably would never hear about if going solo.
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Anantara Yoga Fly

Anyone who has practiced yoga will know that some of the positions are not easy to achieve. Now imagine doing the same but up in the air, hanging from a few silk cloths. Interestingly flying yoga is actually really good for both the body and the mind. The newly launced Anantara Chiang Mai Resort’s flying yoga class is designed with newbies in mind, focusing on safe skill building alongside experienced instructors. The class takes it step by step, but remember, there only five places

Anantara Chiang Mai Resort
Charoen Prathet Road, T. Chang Klan
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053 253 363

Wami Studio

Among many well-design shops in One Nimman nestles, this little hut has stopped many strollers at first glance leaving them in awe. Decorated with such creativity and dedication, this little shop features the classic music box (you know, the mechanical trinket you turn with a handle to hear a short tune) on a whole different level. As the only licensee in Thailand, and one of the most well-regard music box manufacturers from Japan, Wami studio stocks over 80 songs in music box form. If you want to immortalise your own tune into a music box, you can make your own in the shop at a workshop where all tools and materials are provided. Whether it is a robot, mosaic, a cute little garden greenhouse or a classic wooden music box you are after, they have it all. What could be a more sentimental gift than this!

Nimmanhaemin Road, Suthep (at One Nimman)
Open 11am – 10pm
Facebook: studio.wami
081 473 8995