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23/07/2023

5 Ways On How to Be A Sustainable Traveler in Thailand

With over 1,000 bird species fluttering around the treetops and plains of Thailand’s lakes and jungles, it’s unsurprising that the country is known for bird watching activities. Just head to Khao Sok National Park and you’ll already be able to spot 13 species of hornbills, and about 15 species of kingfishers.
30/12/2022

What is Ecotourism & The Principles of Responsible Travel

What is ecotourism? How does it work? Why does it matter? And how can we, as travelers, put it into practice? One mistake many people make is assuming that ecotourism is all about conserving nature and wildlife by any means necessary. But if a destination or business’ tourism development strategy does not actively provide concrete financial benefits for the indigenous people, it’s not truly ecotourism.
31/10/2021

Lanjia Lodge was featured on Mark Weins Youtube Channel

In February, 2021, we got a chance to welcome Mark Wiens, a well-known Food & Travel vlogger on Youtube at Lanjia Lodge in Chiang Rai to film his video. While staying at Lanjia Lodge, we helped him and his family managed a one day trip to visit the Hmong village where the Shaman invited them for a huge celebration local meal.
29/04/2021

COVID Travel Scenario

If there’s one thing that has universally ruined holidays, visits, business travel, jobs and forced us to behave differently, it is the COVID. But this article will not be about the misery everyone is going through. Let me talk about something more positive on the post COVID travel scenario on Thailand.
21/07/2020

When Fashion Collides With Chaos – Masks That Give Back To Communities

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has completely transformed for many, not only how we travel, but what we wear when we travel. Whilst some countries remain opposed to wearing masks, the majority (and particularly here in Thailand and across South East Asia, wearing masks has been common place long before Covid-19 surfaced.
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15/04/2022

Celebration of Songkran Festival at Araksa

On Friday 15 April 2022, Araksa Tea Garden hosted a Buddhist merit making ceremony to celebrate Songkran Festival by arranging the ceremony of pouring water onto the statue of Buddha. Chananya Phataraprasit, executive director of Asian Oasis, the team at Lisu Lodge and Araksa also joined the ceremony.
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