Sonia works, teases and zips through Chiang Rai!

Chiang Rai, a city that is home to gorgeous mountain scenery and rich culture is perfect for a travelssbd getaway.

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
06 May 2016

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai


The adventure starts off with a stop at Doi Mae Salong, a mountain that used to produce opium as a part of the Golden Triangle. The area now grows produce such as mushrooms and oolong tea, and Sonia joined the locals in picking the tea leaves. 

AirAsia flies 14x weekly to Chiang Rai from S$67*.
Visit airasia.com to find the lowest fares.
*T&C apply.

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
06 May 2016

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai

Sonia (right) with a Karen hill tribe woman who wears brass rings around her neck to signify her beauty.

A surprise visit to Chiang Rai’s Karen hill tribes was an eye-opener for Sonia. The area was known for their long-necked women who don brass rings around their necks as a symbol of beauty. Watch the episode to find out the other reason for the brass rings!

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
06 May 2016

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai

Sonia goes biking towards a majestic attraction that is white as snow.
Where exactly did she head to?
Watch to find out!
 

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
06 May 2016

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai

The last stop in Chiang Rai was the Singha Park, one of Thailand’s largest tea plantations. Singha Park is also home to massive lush greenery and animals, some of which Sonia had close encounters with. Who would have thought that feeding giraffes could be such a tickling experience?

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai
06 May 2016

TravelSSBD - Chiang Rai

Sonia also went zipling with a new friend and had the best time!

Plan your next holiday adventure and let it be Chiang Rai!
AirAsia flies twice daily to Chiang Rai with a stopover at Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok. The airport offers convenient access to nearby shopping centres like Future Park Rangsit, one of Asia’s largest malls!

Plus, don’t forget to pre-book meals online to enjoy AirAsia’s wide selection of hot meals and desserts such as the Yamanashi Mochi!

For more travel inspiration, catch the Chiang Rai TravelSSBD adventure below.





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