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  • OPINION

    Chiang Mai must embrace Chinese visitors

    Life, Peerawat Jariyasombat, Published on 27/03/2014

    » Since late last year, some Chiang Mai residents have been complaining about the behaviour of Chinese tourists, who had flocked to the town because of the popular Chinese movie Lost In Thailand. The comedy film used Chiang Mai as its major backdrop, and after becoming a blockbuster, Chinese tourists arrived en masse to visit the film locations and explore other parts of the town as well.

  • TRAVEL

    Rush-hour revelations

    Life, Peerawat Jariyasombat, Published on 27/03/2014

    » Negotiating the busy streets of central Bangkok by bike can be a hair-raising experience at the best of times. In broad daylight, one at least has a better chance of seeing manic motorists, jaywalking pedestrians, dozing dogs and other obstacles in time to take evasive action. But traversing the downtown area on two wheels after dark is surely a recipe for disaster. Which is why I am so nervous about signing up for a bicycle tour of the city, organised by a firm called Co Van Kessel, which starts just before sunset.

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