Chiang Mai is a great foodie city, with a wide range of dining options and an even wider range of price points. It is possible to spend a single dollar on a good meal, and is seemingly difficult to spend $100.
For a guy who could eat Thai food every day for the rest of his life, I am in food heaven. Noodles, many different curries, tons of fresh tropical fruit, and Thai style tea and coffee are always within an easy walk.
We’ve done our best to explore the breadth in our 10 days and counting. This is what we’ve enjoyed so far.
We’ve recently hit the road again with an open-ended itinerary.
First stop: Chiang Mai, Thailand.
In our wild and care free days without a child, we would just arrive at a new destination and hunt for housing. We’ve found some incredible apartments in multiple countries this way. This time around Google did the heavy lifting, finding us a new studio service apartment 5 minutes from the Chiang Mai Gate.
For $375/month, we get everything on our list: roof top pool, well equipped gym, outdoor space, regular cleaning service, kitchen, great shower, and central location.
On to the tour…