Krabi doesn’t just have amazing beaches. It has amazing beaches with towering picturesque limestone cliffs that make it among the world’s best and biggest rock climbing destinations. And actually, if you find yourself in Krabi in mid April, it’s a perfect opportunity to watch or even join the Krabi Rock and Fire International Contest.
One of the most exhilarating things about coming to Thailand is the opportunity to rent and ride a motorbike. Not only it is incredibly affordable, costing as low as 150 baht ($5 USD) a day, but it’s also an excellent way to independently explore town. Here’s everything you need to know about how to rent a motorbike in Thailand.
Every once in a while we’ll have a reader sling a dollar value at us and ask if it’s possible to live on a certain budget in Chiang Mai. “Can I survive on $400 USD per month?” “Will I be comfortable on $750 per month?” But the most popular is, “Is $500 per month in Chiang Mai good enough?” When we first moved here, we tried living off $500 per person per month but oh-so-quickly realized it wasn’t going to happen. Here are a few good reasons why we don’t recommend anyone trying to do the same!
As exciting as it is to leave behind corporate life in exchange for traveling the world, it can also be daunting without an income source. So here are some excellent yet practical(!) suggestions to make money online while traveling abroad.
Now that we live in Chiang Mai, the way we travel and spend money is much different from when we first vacationed here on our honeymoon two years ago. So where’s a cool place to go when we’re looking for a fun, cheap, and entertaining afternoon? It’s called Huay Tung Tao Lake, and it’s only about a twenty minute drive northwest of the Old City.