Singha Park International Balloon Festival (inc. the R109 and a ride to Doi Chang, Doi Wawi & Mae Suai Dam)

(14th February 2019) The Chiang Rai Singha Park International Balloon Festival is a spectacular annual event, where participants from 14 countries (including the United Kingdom, United States, Switzerland, Brazil, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Austria, Latvia, Germany, Italy and Japan), all come together to display their fabulous balloons. The event runs for five days (this year it was from 13th –

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Bua Tong Sunflowers and camping on the Mae Hong Son Loop

(16th November 2019) Having recently recovered from Bronchitis, I was beginning to feel the blues at having been sick for so long. I had already missed out on a fantastic rider Memorial Ride (GT.Rider) the previous weekend, so the doldrums was hitting hard. Feeling a little more improved I decided to get on my bike and visit the Bua Tong

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(29th September 2018) 217 riders officially registered for Chiang Mai’s forth official Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride. It was a great turn out for this worldwide charity event that takes place each year, in support of prostate cancer and men’s mental health. This year also saw the www.MotoGeo.com team ride with us who are en-route to MotoGP in Buriram. It really is a great time

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Remote / Interesting Temples – Chiang Mai Region

There are so many interesting and unique temples in the region that it would take forever to compile the best ones. So for now here are some of the most interesting/remote ones I have come across. I will likely add more later on and update 🙂 1: สำนักปฏิบัติธรรมสันกู่ / San Pa Gu Meditation Centre (Google Map) Amazing entranceway to this meditation

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