Jing Jai Farmers Market A favourite market for thousands of locals with a loyal crowd who spend their weekend mornings here, not just to shop, but to support the growing – excuse the pun – organic community, this is Chiang Mai’s first organic market, and they have come far since the opening six years ago. Owned by Central Group, this is an initiative to support and promote sustainable society thro … Continued
“Clothes are the most intimate items for people,” said Wasin a (Aunchanum), costume designer of the mega budget and hit TV drama Raknakara, in a lilting Lanna accent. “It is more than a wearable apparel because it reflects our mindset, our economy, our lifestyle and our values.”
Alexa Hostel’s Nimman Social has fast become one of the area’s most popular hang- and meet-up venues. The hostel is aesthetically pleasing and very competitively priced for its prime location, with rooms and dorms available starting in the hundreds of baht.
Elegant, bright from the rays shining down from the sun-roof, with open spaces offering views of the bustling Nimman soi 3, Saruda Finest Pastry is a sophisticated patisserie serving cakes, tarts, torts and sweet pastries at a quality and level of aesthetics hard to find in our city.
It is important to get outside of our comfort zones once in a while, whether it is to go somewhere new or indulge in a new experience. So, here you go, what are you waiting for?
This is a great spot for teenagers who enjoy playing different board games all day and having a chill weekend break from studying. This game haunt also offers a small selection of video games which you can play with your friends.
Thailand and elephants are practically synonymous. Whether working or worshipped, elephants have coexisted closely with humans in this part of the world for millennia. Although naturally gentle and intelligent, their size and strength create unique challenges in managing as well as living side by side with them. These giants cannot be truly domesticated in the way that cattle and dogs have been bred for domestication.
Preventing cell degeneration can be challenging and convenient at the same time. It’s all about what we consume. The difficult part of this is knowing and understanding what we consume.
Bangkok. A wild city flashing with expensive bars, stagnant taxi rides and a labyrinthine of sois. I moved here recently and have been struggling to get my Chiang Mai friends to come down for a visit ever since.
We love nothing more than discovering new places to eat and sharing our discoveries with you. Here are three of our recent pleasurable experiences this month. By the way there are many more we share in our other media, so make sure you also pick up a copy of our sister publication, Spoon&Fork, dedicated to all things food!
As you read this editorial I am writing in late November for the December issue you have in hand, we are already working on our January 2019 issue, so I can’t help my mind from skipping forward to what next year holds for Citylife and Chiang Mai.
By all accounts, the Citylife Garden Fair 2018 was a great success and we look forward to many more years of this event to come. Thank you very much to all of you who helped, who worked, who donated, who bid, who came, and who were a part of it all.
CCTV footage, released by the police, showed the last moments of renowned Thai TV Host, Centimetre’s life.
A pickup truck flipped into the canal leading to another fatal accident in recent days on the canal road.
Due to the tropical storm Pabuk Bangkok Airways announces cancellation of all flights to and from Samui Airport, Surathani on 4th January 2019 for safety reasons.
Centimetre, a famous TV host, has died in a traffic accident on Canal Road.
A 58 year old mahout has died at Elephant Nature Park.
Jai Thep, the only 3-day music and art festival in Northern Thailand is gearing up for their 2019 event, taking place over February 1-3rd, just outside the world famous Old City.
A film about the world famous rescue mission of 13 young footballers earlier this year, titled The Cave, is set to screen this year.
Over 15 million visitors come through Chiang Mai every year, and I felt like the only one who wasn’t in love with the city.
Apart from the obvious – Doi Suthep, Doi Inthanon, et all – our team came up with this eclectic bucket list for 2019.
Put a bounce back in your step, wow your friends with a magic trick or spoil yourself rotten with a spa…choices choices.