If someone had visited Chiang Mai just a couple of years ago, no one would have dreamt of what Chiang Mai is today, not only have it won multiple awards for being the best tourist city in the world
Eastin Tan Chiamg Mai is one of a kind offering a truly unique expereince for extended stay in one of the prime locations in the City. Staying at Eastin Tan you'll be at walking distance to the famous Nimmanhaemin Road where you can fin...
When embarking on the nomad lifestyle, staying healthy is essential to get the most out of your travels. There will be so many new experiences that you might forget the most important rule: Pay your toll now, so you don't have to pay it later.
Chiang Mai is well know for its many coffee shops and a handfull is open 24/7 and offering free fast high-speed internet, however if you're planning on sitting for more than a couple of hours, you're expected to buy something once and hour or tip a similar amount.
Getting around Chiang Mai is farily easy, most of the city is accessible through Songthaews (Red Busses), they generally charge between 20-40 baht pr. person. Tuk tuk's is also an option, however always make sure to get a fixed price before getting in.