VISIT CHIANG MAI: THE PRACTICAL GUIDE TO SLOW AND / OR NOMADIC TRAVEL IN THAILAND

Chiang Mai is the largest city in Northern Thailand. Including the agglomeration, it is the second largest city in the country. It is a city known for its student life, its tourism and recently its nomads. It is also part of the first 5 nomadic cities on Nomadlist . Located at an altitude of 300m, it is far from the well-known atmosphere of Thai heavenly beaches. Welcome to the mountain and paradise of nature and culture, in the ancient capital of Lan Na Kingdom. To visit Chiang Mai is to discover another aspect of Thai culture during your trip to Thailand.

It was a bit by chance that I landed in Chiang Mai. Needing to recover from my burnout and the Japanese culture shock , still wishing to stay on the Asian continent, I made the decision to spend the end of the year in Chiang Mai. Why Chiang Mai will you tell me? I did not particularly come here because of an immeasurable love or a specific attraction for Thailand. I came because I knew that life would be easy, that I could create the routine I was looking for, that life was not expensive, that I had heard a lot of good, that Miss Nastasya had lived there for a few months and it was one of the biggest nomadic landmarks in the world. I have been a nomad for yearsbut even among the nomads, I really have a fool. If most of them land in different cities for several months, I move much faster and more spontaneously and most importantly, I never had the opportunity to land in one of their favorite cities.