Northern Thailand: Crossing borders for food and culture


  • Nation
  • Friday, 28 Jun 2019

FOR those who have not been to Chiang Mai in northern Thailand, now is the time to go. Approximately three hours by flight from KL, it is an adventure haven awaiting holidaymakers. From visiting the famous Hmong village to a splashing fun time at the Huay Tung waterfall, tourists can also catch a glimpse of residents within the community, who are a part of the Khamu hill tribe.

Besides, boasting plenty of exotic food and fascinating culture, it is also close to the neighboring Laos and Myanmar. This makes it the perfect trip to not only appreciate and enjoy the beauty of northern Thailand, while also being able to visit Laos and Myanmar too.

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