3 DAYS IN CHIANG MAI THAILAND



Took three days to enjoy one of the most incredible cities in Thailand. Here’s how I spent my time in Chiang Mai.

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49 Replies to “3 DAYS IN CHIANG MAI THAILAND”

  1. Young Han

    Chiang mai is one of my future travel destinations also!! I love your every single video literally amazingπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» and omg your lovely crazy spinning moment 🀣🀣🀣 looking forward to another video~~

  2. DrumlineAV

    The B-roll and the color editing in this vid is the best it’s ever been! Compliments to your editor! The overall flow of your vids has improved a lot! Keep up the great work!

  3. Earl Lavender

    I love your videos and content Steph. Beautifully shot and it’s so awesome to see all these different perspectives of the areas, the culture and cuisine too. Thanks for another excellent STL production

  4. AL Christopher Silva

    No chopsticks at the Lemongrass and was that Slash playing the guitar on the streets of Thailand?πŸ₯’😁 Excellent fun video and your beauty made it more enjoyable to watch. I need to visit long lost relatives in Thailand, I've been putting it off far too long. Thanks for this video and showing the beauty of Thailand…I salute you and aloha nui loa!

  5. Yai P

    Just saw the clip of "Two days in Bangkok" and I was hooked. Then, you did a great job again with this video. Speaking as a Thai, I must say that you did a very good job of catching the mood and lively atmosphere of Bangkok and Chiengmai, especially all within within a fifteen-minute time frame. I wonder how much work you must have done to make a great editing. My hat's off to either you or your team who did the job behind the scene including the background music which really added the vibe to your already great video. Thank you for your sharing of experience and the plus side of our country. I hope some Thai authority watch your videos and appoints you to be our tourism ambassador. Well, you may have heard a lot already about how good looking you are. I just want to give you a compliment without making it sound like cliché. I will definitely catch up with your past videos and be looking forward to seeing your new ones. Sawasdee krub. Yindee tee dai doo video khong khun. Khob khun na krub 😊

  6. trapper008

    Very nice video Gai! That is pretty interesting about the history regarding the moat around Chag Mai. How tough is it to get around without knowing the native language there?

  7. Preeda Panin

    Welcome to Thailand Have fun traveling in Thailand. If there is something bad that makes you feel bad, we apologize. If there is a chance, please come back to Thailand again.

  8. Emmanuel Finley

    I've been to every place you went to in Chiang Mai. In fact, my girlfriend lives in Chiang Mai. It's nice to see it in a video. Been to Chiang Rai, Bangkok, and a resort on the beach in Phuket. I'm from Ohio and thinking about moving to Thailand. The people are so honorable and I'm now learning Thai. Great people, great place to see, excellent food. So I now understand why they call it, The Land of Smiles. Take care and safe travels.

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