Last week I watched a travel and food show about Chiang Mai in northern Thailand. The city of Chiang Mai in 1296 was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall. I think they are good photo spots. Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is located in the heart of the city, on the Chan Klan road, between Tha Pae and Sri Donchai roads. It is famous for its handicrafts and portrait paintings. I very very like them and they are very cheap.
Another one of 1000 places to see before I Die is Phuket. Phuket is known as the Pearl of the Andaman Sea and the “playground of the rich” for its gorgeous beaches and resortst o match. On the island, the Banyan Tree is Southeast Asia’s first and largest spa resort, offering an aromatico hedonistic, near-religious experience that promises to salve your mind, body, and soul using the ancient methods of the East.
And do you know Muay Thai? I watched many Muay Thai matches on the movies like Rambo (film series) and another movies. I think it is a hard martial art like Chinese Kung fu. Anyone who tries to learn Muay Thai will learn the hard way that grave crisis between life and death. It’s bloddy for me. But for other guys Muay Thai is the same as Bushido which the code of honor and morals developed by the Japanese samurai.
So you can look muay thai phuket and travel there. I googled there are many muay thai phuket camps. But I found Suwit Mauy Thai camp also accepts foreigners from other camps or gyms. Maybe it’s a good idea to travel to PHUKET and to enjoy the muay thai thailand training camp in Thailand.