Me and my girlfriend decided to take a train to Chiangmai (still think if it was a good decision!!), a train was delayed for almost 3 hours and by the time we reached Chiangmai it was almost 1am in the morning. Well i guess that is a good experiences though. Driving to Chiangmai from Bangkok is another way to travel and i will love to try that though BUT not in this festival season, I'm pretty sure it will be jam alllll...ll the way to Chiangmai, and driving to Chiangmai should take about 8-10 hours driving....yeah i know is such a long way but worth to give it a try.
Chiangmai people are friendly (well most of them), they speak very slow and always end they sentence with the word "jao" and i find that very unique and so attractive.
"wai pa kun mai jao" see you later in a northern style....hahaha
Here are some pic
My beloved, at the background is the Moat.
A local hill tribe (on the way to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, "Doi Suthep" )
A local food "kao soi" , chicken, beef, entrails and pork curry with a crispy noodle
Ready to paly, that water gun cost me 200 baht+ but i tell you it worth to buy.
My "Tiffunny" First time playing Songkarn, we had a lot of fun huh.