By popular request, we’re sharing the details of our new house in Chiang Mai. It’s cozy, it’s modern, and it’s a place where we feel completely comfortable. We can’t help but feel excited to share what we call home these days!
Gentlemen, if you want an amazing haircut in Chiang Mai, look no further. After stumbling upon a place via Facebook and browsing through the before-and-after photos, we couldn’t see a more fitting place for a men’s haircut than at the modern-classic Chiang Mai barber called The Cutler.
So what’s our spending like in Chiang Mai now that we’ve lived here for a year and a half? It’s been twelve months since our last full budget report, so here’s the latest in what we spend living a good life in Thailand. Onward to our Chiang Mai monthly expense report, round two!
One of the most unique places we’ve ever been to in Thailand is called Bua Tong, or the Sticky Waterfalls. Located about an hour and a half drive north of Chiang Mai’s Old City, these waterfalls are not only impressive and gorgeous, but a special feature allows you to climb directly up the rocks into the oncoming cascading water! Say what?!
The Mae Ngat Dam floating houses have been one of the most fun and off-the-beaten-path places we’ve been to in Northern Thailand. There is nothing like getting a group of friends together and taking a trip out for a night or two on a freshwater lake in Thai-style floating bungalows!