Biking Doi Suthep
- Last Updated on 06 January 2014
- By Nick Stewart
It’s my second ride in the six weeks since I left Canberra, Australia, since that first ride was only yesterday it’s hard not to be daunted.
The lack of fitness is not what has me concerned, well, yes, actually it does, very much so, but it’s more the fact that as I approach the bottom of the hill, sorry, mountain, atop which my destination sits I have to crane my neck to see said destination as it is above my eye line. Well above my eye line.
The point where I realised I made a mistake, commonly referred to as the start.
- Last Updated on 04 January 2013
- By Thanapol Chadchaidee
Original story by Thanapol Chadchaidee
Yee Peng is Treaditional annual festival held to celebrate the full moon of the 12 th lunar month in the Buddhist calendar, in the city of Chiang Mai.It is held on the day preceding Loy Krathong by one day in November. The word "Yee Peng" is the northern Thai term referring to the full moon of the 12 th lunar month in the Buddhist calendar.