I want to know where is there lychee’s plantation or orchards in Thailand. The fruit is in season now in Thailand and a friend of mine told me that Rayong produces there.
I would like to go visit these farms if possible. Any Thai’s know where these orchards are?.
Update: I am a lot closer to Rayong than Chiang Mai so if there is an orchard in Rayong, I will definitely make an effort to go. Thanks all.
A Here you go:
Fruit farms:The best time to visit fruit farms is in the first half of the year with the peak harvest season in May.
*Suan Wong Wit in Chanthaburi, (01) 861-6258.
*Suan Supattra Land in Rayong, (038) 892048-9. Reservations must be made in advance.
What follows should be an entertaining blend of material dealing with almost anything ranging from Chiang Mai lychees, to Chiang Mai and just lychees in general.
I want this to be informative, interesting, and even entertaining, so the broad focus ought to provide all of that.
Lychee season. Yummmmm Lychees are in season. I try to stop at the same roadside stall on the mountain to buy bananas each week. The last few weeks the lady has also had local lychees for sale, 40 baht a kilo, ie about …
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If Hong Kong is Asia’s New York City, Taipei is the smaller, more laid-back Philadelphia. The capital of Taiwan, the sprawling, budget-friendly, warm-climate metropolis is surrounded by mountains, and eating is always on the agenda. Though Taipei is …and moreﾠ»
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Lychee season! May 2014. Lychee fruit is one of the most powerful super fruit. From vitamins, essential minerals and polyphenol antioxidants, lychee fruit is essential to your overall health. Get more information about the many …
Publication date: Mon, 09 Jun 2014 17:19:00 -0700
The Water Festival, a free event open to the public on a recent Sunday, could have been mistaken for a market scene in Thailand, with vendors selling traditional Thai food and exotic fruit drinks such as lychee, pennywort and chrysanthemum in between …
Publication date: Tue, 21 Apr 2015 22:55:02 GMT
Scorching heat has damaged more than 70 per cent of Chiang Mai‘s lychee crop.
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- Boutique Hong Kong honey, and the hotels where you can eat it – South China Morning Post (subscription)
Four Seasons Chiang Mai has an impressive selection of local honey on its breakfast buffet. … Depending on the time of year, the honey carries the flavour of flowering plants in the area such as rambutan, sunflower, sesame, sabsua, longan and lychee.and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Thu, 18 Jun 2015 22:28:42 GMT
http://www.johnnyfd.com/2014/05/combating-jet-lag-with-2-day-lychee-hike.html. It was a grueling 19 hour flight from San Francisco to Chiang Mai, Thailand. It’s something I definitely … The best thing about it was it happened to be Lychee season which meant along the way we picked these delicious tropical fruits straight from the tree and ate them while hiking. The Cost: I signed up for the 2 day, 1 night walking only tour through Spicy Backpackers Guest house for …
Publication date: Sun, 11 May 2014 18:36:00 -0700
Colorful Lychee Stinkbug from Chiang Mai
Jesse Luna (Ash)’s photos
Publication date: 09/17/2014 5:58
With the vast majority of academic theory on tourism based on ‘Western’ tourists, Asia on Tour illustrates why the rapid growth of travel for leisure and recreation in Asia demands a reappraisal of how tourism is analyzed and understood. Examining domestic and intra-regional tourism, the book reveals how improvements in infrastructures, ever increasing disposable incomes, liberalized economies, the inter-connectivities of globalization and the lowering of borders, both physical and political, are now enabling millions of Asians to travel as tourists. Drawing upon multidisciplinary theoretical perspectives and up-to-date empirical research, the twenty-three accessible essays in this volume indicate why a rigorous and critical study of Asian tourism must become integral to both our analysis of this rapidly transforming region and our interpretation of global tourism in the twenty first century.
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Chiang Mai is home to the lychee festival and the crowning of Miss Lychee Festival queen. This happens in May and there are competitions to eat as many lychees as possible, which we won, and many other activities involving lychees.
Publication date: Thu, 12 Jun 2014 03:18:45 -0700
- Where to feast like the locals at Malaysia’s Ramadan bazaars – South China Morning Post (subscription)
It seems ironic that Islam’s holy month is one of the best times to wrap your taste buds around Malaysia’s delicious kaleidoscope of Chinese, Indian and Malay flavours. The myriad spicy and sweet food offerings, brilliant at the best of times, peak …
Publication date: Wed, 03 Jun 2015 15:40:08 GMT
What does this mean for tourists and foreigners living in Chiang Mai? Take a look … Some people were even minutes late to dinner and almost didn’t have time to stop to buy Lychees, which are in season by the way. Fun Fact: …
Publication date: Tue, 20 May 2014 18:51:00 -0700
Most meat dogs in China are stolen pets & strays & eating dog is unusual in most parts of China which has a growing animal rights movement among the 30 million households that keep dogs as pets. Vendors wait for customers to buy dogs in cages at aﾠ…and moreﾠ»
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Chanthaburi (March); Samut Songkhram (late March to early April); Kanchanaburi (early April to late April); Nakhon Ratchasima (mid Aril to late); Phayao (late April to mid May); Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai (early May to early …
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For many, it’s a slice of heaven that titillates the palette and teases the senses. But for many others, it reeks of death, and those in possession should immediately be quarantined. You either love or loath durian. Dubbed as the unrivalled “King of …
Publication date: Fri, 19 Jun 2015 00:51:54 GMT
Today’s photo from Thailand is of a bunch of lychee, a subtropical fruit native to SE Asia and China, for sale at the Chiang Mai Saturday night market. Featuring a delicate white colored pulp, this fruit is unsurprisingly sweet …
Publication date: Thu, 26 Sep 2013 19:51:41 -0700
New Signature Cocktail! Lychee Mojito – Rum, lychee juice, mint and lime, topped with club soda
Chiang Mai‘s photos
Publication date: 05/11/2015 16:14
For successful cultivation in the Chiang Mai valley, you should provide irrigation during the hot season and well drained soils. It prefers drought during the cold season. At Dokmai Garden we have some young plants which …
Publication date: Thu, 29 Apr 2010 20:14:44 -0700
The first dish, squid tossed in salted egg, was paired with Siam Sparkling, a concoction of Mekhong, sparkling wine, lychee syrup and lemon bitters with a cube of brown sugar at the bottom. This light yet flavourful cocktail was a thoughtful match, as …
Publication date: Thu, 04 Jun 2015 17:07:15 GMT
Strawberries are available roughly around December to February. Rambutans, May to December. Mango, March to June. Longan, July to October. Lychee, May to June. Seasons are estimate and based on actual weather …
Publication date: Mon, 01 Sep 2014 01:58:12 -0700
With the hot season here, a panoply of fruit is coming into season and priced to move at Wat Chaimongkol Market in South Pattaya. Ripe mangoes, mangosteen, zalacca, longkong, lychees, and rambutan are selling as low as 40 baht per kilogram and noﾠ…
Publication date: Fri, 22 May 2015 03:16:40 GMT
The optimal temperature to produce lychee is between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius. However, however, the temperature reached as high as 40oC. This could be detrimental to Chiang Mai‘s lychee industry, which occupies …
Publication date: Wed, 13 Jun 2012 02:54:47 -0700
Locals have been quoted as saying that animals are killed in a humane way for the festival, where their meat is then served with lychees. The majority of “meat dogs” in the country are stolen pets and strays, according to an investigation published …and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Sun, 21 Jun 2015 10:45:28 GMT
It was Mandarin Oriental Chiang Mai until last year, but otherwise everything else is still the same. It’s 45-minute … …housemade yogurt with local fruits and honey (Chiang Mai is famous for lychee honey). Till next time ^-^ …
Publication date: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 03:31:55 -0700
Meet the colorful lychee stink bug all the way from Chiang Mai! What a beauty!
“Tessaratoma papillosa” spotted by Rob Thacker:
Via Project Noah in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Publication date: 08/17/2014 11:38
Tree species are indispensable to support human life. Due to their long life cycle and environmental sensitivity, breeding trees to suit day-to-day human needs is a formidable challenge. Whether they are edible or industrial crops, improving yield under optimal, sub-optimal and marginal areas calls for unified efforts from the scientists around the world. While the uniqueness of coconut as kalpavriksha (Sanskrit, meaning tree-of-life) marks its presence in every continent from Far East to South America, tree crops like cocoa, oil palm, rubber, apple, peach, grapes and walnut prove their environmental sensitivity towards tropical, sub-tropical and temperate climates. Desert climate is quintessential for date palm. Thus, from soft drinks to breweries to beverages to oil to tyres, the value addition offers a spectrum of products to human kind, enriched with nutritional, environmental, financial, social and trade related attributes. Taxonomically, tree crops do not confine to a few families, but spread across a section of genera, an attribute so unique that contributes immensely to genetic biodiversity even while cultivated at the commercial scale. Many of these species influence other flora to nurture in their vicinity, thus ensuring their integrity in preserving the genetic biodiversity. While wheat, rice, maize, barley, soybean, cassava and banana make up the major food staples, many fruit tree species contribute greatly to nutritional enrichment in human diet. The edible part of these species is the source of several nutrients that makes additives for the daily diet of humans, for example, vitamins, sugars, aromas and flavour compounds, and raw material for food processing industries. Tree crops face an array of agronomic and horticultural problems in propagation, yield, appearance, quality, diseases and pest control, abiotic stresses and poor shelf-life.
Dieser Markt für gebrauchte Kleider ist nicht neben einem Flüchtlingslager entlang der burmesischen Grenze, er ist in Chiang Mai, einer Stadt mit Agglomeration von über 1 Million Einwohnern. Gerne hätte ich die Schuhe …
Publication date: Sat, 24 May 2014 21:42:32 -0700
KHAO YAI: — Wine is not the first thing you think of when you think of Thailand, perhaps elephants, perhaps warm luxurious beaches, but wine no. Nevertheless Thailand has a wine industry slowly emerging, primarily in Hua Hin, a not so sleepy coastal … [This Web-page would not load for me; I had to resort to this Google cache to view it. ─Garnet Barcelo]
Publication date: Mon, 02 Mar 2015 04:45:47 GMT
OK I’m beginning to panic…mango and lychee season is coming to an end here in Chiang Mai. Guess we’ll just have to fall back on emergency supplies of papaya, mangosteen, grapes, bananas, strawberries, custard apples, …
Publication date: Wed, 25 Jul 2012 03:26:00 -0700
Our supplier is very, very picky.” The coffee is roasted in Bangkok or Chiang Mai, but they hope to soon do their own roasting in Siem Reap. … “We experimented with others like lychee and rambutan, but they didn’t work out so well,” said De Lucia …
Publication date: Fri, 23 Jan 2015 14:52:43 GMT
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Publication date: Fri, 02 Nov 2012 01:59:30 -0700
At the very end of a barley field sits Suan Lahu, a fully certified organic farm and traditional coffee grower and roaster, run and maintained by the Lahu Hill tribe community. In the later half of the 20th century, as westernization and the modern …
Publication date: Tue, 05 Aug 2014 19:53:35 GMT
Meeting behind the standing Buddha at the lake at 8:00am. Up to Dtaat Mook waterfall, then up the steep hill to the top and back down through the Mong lychee orchards. Total distance about 12Km, estimated walk time 3 …
Publication date: Sat, 19 Jan 2013 00:26:53 -0800
Biggest lychees I’ve ever seen. Shopping at the local wet market in Chiang Mai.
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Publication date: 06/12/2015 18:41
Effect of potassium chlorate (KClO3), potassium nitrate (KNO3), sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) and thiourea on off-season flowering and photosynthesis of longan (Dimocarpus longan Lour.) cv. Daw. In Second International Symposium on Lychee, Longan, Rambutan and Other Sapindaceae Plants. 25-28 August 2003. Chiang Mai, Thailand. 3. Yuttana Khaosumain, Chiti Sritontip and Santi Changjeraja. 2003. Changes of mineral nutrient concentration in leaves and …
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Her culinary career began in her family’s kitchen and spice stall surrounded by exotic spices and aromatics such as turmeric, cardamom, galangal and tamarind, and it led to her first chef stints at the Four Seasons hotel properties in Bali and Chiang …
Publication date: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 17:11:12 GMT
Four Seasons, Chiang Mai. The resort consisted of a series of infinity pools and beautiful bamboo huts on stilts, surrounding a simulated, rural Thai farming village, complete with rice paddies, a huge lake and water buffalo! It was … For the most part everyone was “behaving” but when we realised, at the end of the buffet, we’d all paid for unlimited alcohol, even those of us like myself who weren’t drinking decided to double stack a few delicious Lychee Martinis!
Publication date: Sun, 12 Oct 2014 18:53:02 -0700
We ordered a Kiwi and Mint Collins, a Dark Juniper Berry Cooler, a Mexican Confusion with kaffir lime-infused tequila with lychee, and a Thyme and Elderflower Martini. All were presented strikingly and were sufficiently potent. Hot Basil Chicken Cups …
Publication date: Fri, 10 Oct 2014 09:33:32 GMT
It’s located in an empty lot next to an old northern Thai teak house, opposite the oldest mosque in Chiang Mai. The Chin Haw … Fresh lychees in season – and a lot cheaper than buying fruit at Sompet market! Bonsai plants …
Publication date: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 22:18:18 -0700
We then spent a night on a 16-hour sleeper train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, waking up to flaming red angsana trees along the railway tracks. Having never travelled this far away, Jacob was fascinated by the diversity of ethnicities and religions …
Publication date: Sat, 13 Dec 2014 04:10:24 GMT
Chiang Mai. chiangmaiext · chiangmaiporksoup · chiangmaiwontonnoodles · chiangmaipumpkincustard. This tiny Thai hidey-hole on Hawthorne is one of my favorite cold weather destinations, especially when I’m craving a quick soup fix–my go-tos are the Gang Hung Lay, a hot and heady concoction of tender slow-cooked pork, pork belly, pineapple and garlic in a northern-style curry, and the Palo … Teetotalers: Fresh coconut juice, mango, lychee & tamarind Juices, sodas.
Publication date: Tue, 13 Aug 2013 18:18:56 -0700
At the end of every month we have a party for our clients so they can unwind and have a bit of fun. This month we had a Lanna-themed party with traditional Thai dancing and delicious Northern Thai-Style food. It was a great time had by all!
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Publication date: 04/28/2014 2:55
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Have you ever tried this red and green spikey fruit? It’s kind of like a lychee. Particularly big and juicy rambutans are a real treat in Thailand. Rainy season has recently descended upon Thailand, and the river was brown and swollen.
Publication date: Thu, 24 Jul 2014 20:11:15 -0700
“The damages are huge, even though farmers have tried to battle the heat using water sprinklers,” Chiang Mai Longan Farmers Cooperative chairman Adulchai Intakhao said yesterday. According to Adulchai, Chiang Mai has more than 20,000 rai of lycheeﾠ…and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Thu, 26 Apr 2012 17:28:43 GMT
Chiang Mai being long terms threatened by its neighboring countries Burma and Mongal Empire, officially became part of Siam in 1775 by an agreement with Chao Kavila when Thai King Teksin helped to drive out Burmese. Chiang Mai slowly grew into …. During the season, Lychee tree hanging with bundles of red fruits could be seen any where and ripen fruits were in sales at every corners together with their traditional fresh local herbs. The night bazaar located at …
Publication date: Sat, 14 Jun 2008 00:00:00 -0700
- Tourism Australia hosts the country’s greatest ever dinner party for the food … – TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific
Ben Shewry presented The Great Australian ice-cream cart and Blue Wren eggs, Peter Gilmore served fresh lychee, vanilla, rose, coconut alongside prune, salted caramel, jersey cream and from Neil Perry, date tart and mango pandan and coconut.and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Mon, 17 Nov 2014 07:35:35 GMT
I am currently working my way through over 2,000 photos from our Thailand trip so I can share some of the great experiences we had with you, including a cooking class at A lot of Thai cookery school in Chiang Mai. Our host …
Publication date: Thu, 16 Aug 2012 09:53:57 -0700
Australian Business Traveller reader Mick Sweeney snapped these shots and took some notes during Thai’s TG103 flight from Chiang Mai to Bangkok. Thai’s Boeing 787 is rostered onto these hour-long regional flights to get the cabin crew trained up beforeﾠ…and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Thu, 31 Jul 2014 01:05:44 GMT
I fancied a really refreshing salad and wanted to use some ingredients I already had at home, lettuce, tomatoes, watermelon, cucumber and I’d just bought some lychees which have just come into season here planning just to …
Publication date: Wed, 20 May 2015 17:51:33 -0700
PHOTO: Have you ever tried lychee before?
It’s a subtropical fruit native to Southern China and SE Asia.
It’s sweet, fragrant and most importantly delicious!
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Publication date: 09/26/2013 19:59
News From Chiang Mai. P1300346. Boy, am I glad my name ain’t “Ron”! (Hold your applause ’til the very end, please.) The Lychee Mongers down at the park are almost in full swing. It’s a whole line of vendors selling only Lychees, of varying grades. As of a few days ago, the metal frame for their awning/tent structure had been … ’em were ready to go, waiting for their product. One vendor had even begun selling. Lychee season about to go into mothafuckin’ overdrive!
Publication date: Fri, 16 May 2014 07:13:41 -0700
The Khao Soi (Chiang Mai Curry Noodles), served alongside the Thai Silk cocktail, which consisted of unfiltered TYKU sake, pineapple rum and Thai basil, proved to be my new favorite noodle dish. Thick and creamy, the braised beef, northern curry andﾠ…
Publication date: Thu, 26 Jun 2014 14:09:58 GMT
… Bangkok to Chiang Mai to Pai. Sidestepping riots, mountain biking through lychee groves and Elephants … While in Chiang Mai I did a days trek which included time riding/feeding an elephant, trekking (well walking really – 35 mins) to a nice waterfall, white water rafting and bamboo rafting (I am a bad bamboo rafting captain..haha.) It also stopped at a … LiLU is good value because its technically off season and has alright wifi and decent rooms. The lady at the bus …
Publication date: Sun, 11 Apr 2010 21:26:11 -0700
On a trip to Thailand last month, I spent a day at a cooking school outside Chiang Mai. While the … Mangosteen tastes like a hybrid between lychees, peaches and manna from heaven. … Mangosteen season usually begins in April or May in Southeast Asia.
Publication date: Mon, 02 Jun 2014 21:36:21 GMT
In Chiang Mai, however, we are literally (above) within a stone’s throw of an abundant organic market by the university. It opens every Wednesday and Saturday and is best to arrive early. I go around 6am and the range of fresh vegetables is …
Publication date: Sat, 09 Jun 2012 19:50:04 -0700
It’s lychee-flavored and so good. Best Thai restaurant that’s not this one: Depends on the dish I go for. I love kuay tiew, which is pretty much Thai ramen. I really like it at Sri Pra Phai. Ayada has this papaya salad with fermented crab. I like …
Publication date: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 16:24:31 GMT
As a treat to ourselves we decided to stay at Rabeang Pasak Tree House Resort and splash around in the Sticky Waterfall, about 45km from Chiang Mai. Have you ever stayed in a tree house? … Today we met a great couple from Scotland called Jude and Don and took them to the waterfall before going on a drive through gorgeous Thai countryside (think jungle, lychee, banana and corn plantations, rice paddies, Lanna-style houses). Jude and Don told us that on Saturday Mink, the …
Publication date: Sun, 18 Aug 2013 09:11:00 -0700
At our Kantary Hills property in Chiang Mai, book a beautiful Northern Thai venue for your special function.
Baan Lychee, a traditional Thai teakwood house, is located in Chiang Mai’s Hang Dong District, just a 15-minute drive from town. This magnificent house, with the hills of Chiang Mai as a backdrop, is situated in a large lychee and mango orchard adjacent a picturesque pond.
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Publication date: 05/22/2015 1:35
Litchi (lychee) and the related fruit longan are grown extensively in China and South-East Asia, as well as in Australia, Florida (USA), Southern Europe and Southern Africa. This book represents the only comprehensive, balanced and internationally focused publication on these fruit. It covers all aspects of production, from taxonomy and breeding, to propagation, flowering and fruit set, to diseases, pests and postharvest storage and processing. It also contains information on photosynthesis, productivity, plant-water relations and nutrition.
The culture of Chiangmai is one of peace and health. Every little street and alley is lined with friendly-looking hostels offering fresh squeezed juice and fruit smoothies, fresh lychee, mango, mangosteen, dragon fruit, and Wi-Fi.
Publication date: Tue, 17 Jun 2014 07:00:44 -0700
These fishermen’s houses sit on stilts over emerald-green waters in Lanta’s Old Town, which is redolent of the old trading cities of the South China Sea hundreds of years ago. i-escape offers two to choose from: coconut and lychee, each with open-plan …
Publication date: Tue, 18 Feb 2014 17:32:55 GMT
As our body clocks continued to adjust in Thailand, we decided to take a day to explore part of Chiang Mai. Once the capitol of … Lunch was outstanding, highlighted by the “lychee freeze” drink that Debbie raved about.
Publication date: Mon, 30 May 2011 18:57:22 -0700
Assistant Professor Pichai Kongpitak, a plant pathology lecturer at Chiang Mai University and a project manager under the FTA Fund, said honey farmers who would get support from the fund were mainly in the North, including Chiang Mai, Lamphun,ﾠ…and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Tue, 08 Jul 2014 17:26:11 GMT
OneModernCouple had a fantastic day on the Scorpion Tail River Cruise along the Ping River in Chiang Mai with their new friends, WagonersAbroad! … What we decided about these reviews was that all of the comments were missing one crucial point, we are in Thailand to experience a culture different than ours and learn more about the places we visit so no, the Ping River during high season when the rains wash soil and sand into the water is not going to be …
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“I had this green mango salad up in Chiang Mai. It was crispy, sour, and crunchy. You add red chile flakes … Ong wrote the dessert menu, too, where you’ll find lychee semifreddo and Ovaltine mousse cake. Esarn flavors find their way into the drink …and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Thu, 05 Sep 2013 14:48:21 GMT
Stocking up on lychees at a street market in Chinatown in Chiang Mai. They took me in as a one of their own, teaching me more about Thai culture and history, taking me to my first floating market, and making me some …
Publication date: Mon, 02 Jun 2014 05:18:39 -0700
Rambutan Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Publication date: 01/24/2012 6:02
Chiang Mai was beautiful, the main city surrounded by a moat and old brick walls preserved from ancient times. As soon as we checked into … Nothing but a lychee orchard and a stall selling tribal handicraft. But I must say the …
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I also liked the Chiang Mai vermicelli noodles with shredded veggies in a light yellow curry, topped by crisp egg noodles for contrast — my Asian maven (just back from years in Chiang Mai) also pronounced them good and authentic in flavour, albeit not …and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Thu, 03 Oct 2013 18:33:10 GMT
Despite the hike leader’s best efforts – organising a good lower-altitude wet-season hike on a hot, humid, cloudless day – we only lost five hikers during the first quarter of the hike, mostly suffering from… … last pair left us, clouds rolled over and the temperature became much more bearable for the rest of the hike, with even a few light breezes as we rose higher, first into shadier forest and later along little-used 4WD vehicle tracks through the lychee orchards/cornfields.
Publication date: Sun, 05 Jul 2015 21:55:43 -0700
The selection includes a bergamot and palmarosa soak with iced peppermint tea, a lychee milk bath that comes with a Lycheetini, and rose-petalled water with a serving of strawberries that have been dipped in chocolate. Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi …
Publication date: Fri, 09 Aug 2013 04:15:41 GMT
As soon as I arrived back from the station, and because one twelve hour flight is never enough, we are flying up to Chiang Mai, which for those of a geographical bent is 450 miles north of Bangkok, only a 75 minute hop, or 12 hours on a night train. We are … The wet season is not too far away and afternoon thunderstorms rumble nearby. … Anyway, the cycling bit took us around the rice paddy fields and we saw, jackfruit, lychee, and mango trees among many others.
Publication date: Sat, 28 Mar 2015 00:31:32 -0700
Riding the 14-hour train to Chiang Mai, the passenger car air-conditioned with a vengeance, forcing you to spend much of the journey perched on a tiny fold-out stool between cars, the oppressive heat preferable to bone-chilling cold. MUNCH24 CONLON.jpg …and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Fri, 08 Jun 2012 12:26:20 GMT
If you’re travelling along the Gold Coast Highway through Broadbeach, QLD, you’re bound to spot the Chiangmai Thai. … And I must admit that I have a soft spot for lychees and ice cream having grown up on it. But I do …
Publication date: Sun, 02 Feb 2014 13:00:19 -0800
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International trade in high value perishables has grown enormously in the past few decades. In the developed world consumers now expect to be able to eat perishable produce from all parts of the world, and in most cases throughout the year. Perishable plant products are, however, susceptible to physical damage and often have a potential storage life of only a few days.
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At this early summer/pre-rainy season time, there were fewer crowds, slightly less incidents of getting overcharged by street vendors, somewhat lower prices all around (although I do notice inflation since the last time I was in Thailand, in 2006)… … I ended up hanging out with them rather a lot, joining them for after-dinner treats of lychee, mangosteen, rambutan; watching movies in the hotel lobby on their wide-screen TV, talking about their lives in New Zealand (his … [I met with a notice that this site was “temporarily unavailable” when I attempted to access it. If you have the same trouble, then try this Google cache of the Web-page in order to see the article. ─Garnet Barcelo]
Publication date: Sat, 18 Aug 2012 19:03:58 -0700
Unless you were a regular — or chose to address your waiter in fluent Thai — until you asked for it specifically, you probably wouldn’t be offered the small, supplemental menu of about 15 dishes hailing from the city of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand.and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 22:25:17 GMT
A kilo of Lychees, one kilo of Mangosteen and one kilo of Mangoes which are in season and just delicious cost us about $2 in total. The cost of living here in Chiang Mai is extremely cheap compared to Bangkok which we …
Publication date: Thu, 17 May 2012 08:13:41 -0700
Cross-border culinary clashes are not limited to the Asian peninsula. Thais and Laotians squabble over the origins of the chopped-meat salad called laab. Natives of Myanmar argue that Chiang Mai‘s signature coconut milk-and-curry noodle soup khao soi …and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Tue, 15 Jan 2013 01:09:37 GMT
Pork Kao Soi. To drink, I chose the longan juice, which turned out to be boiled dried longans with sugar added. These dried longans were sold all over Chiang Mai and I bought a mixed bag of them and lychees to take home.
Publication date: Sun, 20 Apr 2008 15:12:35 -0700
Among them is a Chiang Mai neighbor, 48-year-old Fern Somrak, who owns a lychee farm near the Thai-Myanmar border where some of the course is held and who acts as translator and all-around facilitator. …. At classes at the lychee farm of Ms. Somrak …and moreﾠ»
Publication date: Fri, 10 Jul 2009 04:01:45 GMT
It’s a delicious fruit found all over Asia. They taste like a coconut and lychee had a baby. DSC_0039 … Mommy and her son. Elephant Nature Park. Chiang Mai, Thailand. IMG_0684. My first real burger @The Dukes – Chiang Mai, Thailand. Learning to avoid burning off my eyebrows with Chef Pot. Chiang Mai, Thailand. Finding a gas station was hard. Pu Chi Fa, Thailand. … Chiang Mai, Thailand. DSC_0179. Lord Ganesh. 4 Seasons Resort, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Publication date: Thu, 24 Jul 2014 06:30:15 -0700
Mae Salong, Santikhiri (Hill of Peace) as it is sometimes called, is a small town perched high on the mountains some 1,800m above sea level, around 80kms northwest of Chiang Rai. The high altitude of the village means that it is characterised by a cooler climate than most of Thailand; its third name of ‘Little Switzerland’ thus being apt.
If you visit Mae Salong in the right season, you will be treated to the sight of spectacular blooming Japanese cherry trees – an unusual visual extravaganza in Thailand’s otherwise humid climate. It is also a prime tea growing region populated by Chinese immigrants, which
gives it a tourist appeal.
Mae Salong has an interesting history, having been chosen as a place of refuge by a significant number of Chinese Kuomintang (KMT) soldiers who fled from the communist regime in 1949. Today, there is still a large Yunnan Chinese population, imparting a strong cultural influence to the town. …
Publication date: 07/30/2012 10:33
Maejo Golf Club Chiangmai, Thailand : BY THAIPODS.COM
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Maejo Golf Club
Detail An 18 hole par 72 Championship golf course almost in the middle of Chiang Mai Town. Situated right behind Mae Jo University, the oldest agricultural college in Chiang Mai, the course is less than 30 kilometers or only 20 minutes drive mostly along the divided highways from the airport. The course features rolling zoysia grass fairways and large challenging Korea Velvet greens with beautiful views of Doi Suthep and other surrounding mountain ranges. With thousands of matured Longan, Lychee, Mango, Pomello, and Tangerine trees alongside its fairways, the golf course looks and plays more like a well-matured course rather than a newly constructed one. The course also features several elevated tees not only to allow golfers to enjoy the panoramic views of the course, the fruit orchard and the surrounding mountain ranges but also to make plays on the holes more interesting and challenging. From the yellow tees, low handicappers will play the course 6,537 yards long while higher handicappers can play from white tees with the course being 6,199 yards long. Ladies or senior golfers may play the course at 5,511 yards from the red tees.
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