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  • Festival for Lost Spirits-Luang Phabang

    believed in spirits–many spirits. After people died, their souls remained, some good and some bad. For example the good ones are the ancestors’ spirits that protect family members from any harm, house spirit are the one who protect the family home, and forest spirits take care of the woods and surrounding natural habitats.

  • Happiness Depends on a Superb Breakfast

    As we all know by now, every café/restaurant/stall/#yougetheidea/etc. shop boasts the best breakfast but are they cracked up to their advertising?

  • Love Lifts Us Where We Belong

    Accepting strengths as well as weaknesses is also part of that recipe for the much sought after LTR. People also hold high good old fashion trust and understanding.

  • A Gourmand’s List of Luang Prabang (Part 1)

    Recommended gourmand's list of Luang Prabang that you should never miss.

  • Dinning Around the Globe

    Our last dining around the clock brings us to dinner. The end of the day, when families and friends can gather round the table, break bread with one another, and relax with delicious food. It’s around this table that we can wholly be ourselves, sharing the day’s moments, and ultimately recharge us to do it all again the next day! Dinnertime is significant for these reasons and today I’ll share some of my favorites!

Guide to living in Chiang Mai Thailand, Just take it easy, when you come to Chiang Mai. Many foreigners decide to live or construct the new home here. Openchiangmai.com always tries to tell many stories and experiences about the lives of foreigners and how they have managed to stay in peace and harmony in here.

Summer blossoms in Chiang Mai

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During Songkran festival (which is Thai long holiday), I could say that almost half of my friends went to Japan. Why Japan? Thai people get used to with Japan and its culture for centuries and we really love Japanese food. ...

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Thai men’s duty

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If you watch television news or read newspaper last month, you might have noticed news about army conscription. Last entry I wrote about becoming a monk that is one of Thai men’s duties (strongly required in the past but not ...

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