Category: Nature

Don’t kill elephants with too much love

A century ago 100,000 to 200,000 elephants were living in Thailand. Today the number is estimated somewhere between 3,000 and 5,000, dropping at a rate of 3.5% every year. Twenty-five years from now when our children will be holidaying in Thailand, there will be no elephant left alive. If they are lucky, they will meet […]



Phrao. An island in the Sea of Silence.

About Phrao Settled amidst the Sea of Silence, Phrao offers its visitors the chance to visit numerous tourist attractions such as: attraction to green, attraction to serenity and gravitational attraction which keeps the Earth close to itself. Short history During the Vietnam War, several pilots reported seeing a flying monk at an altitude of about […]



Tham Lod. The Flawless Circle of Life.

Someone’s knocking at the mountain’s gate. – Who’s there? the mountain asks with an irritated voice. – It’s me, the Tham Lang river. – What do you want? – To pass. – Are you crazy? Do you want to destroy my unity? – What can I do? You are standing right in the middle of […]



Chiang Rai. A walk in the sky.

Chiang Rai is one of the most charming provinces in Thailand. Here you find all sorts of wonders, natural or cultural. Aside from mountains, caves, waterfalls, rivers, temples and tribes which are promoted by every tourist guide there is something I dare to recommend: the sky. The sky is the most beautiful place in Chiang […]



Everything you want to know about Chiang Mai and Northern Thailand

Chiang Mai is a city of approximately one million people. The town spreads at the footsteps of Doi Suthep mountain. It is a charming town, big enough to find anything you need, and adequately small to let you breath. The local people are gentle and smile a lot, the streets are jammed with cafes, live […]