TRIP TO THE NEST IN CHIANG DAO, THAILAND




We cruise north to the Nest in Chiang Dao, Thailand for a few days of peace and relaxation . After a brief, but beautiful motorbike ride from Chiang Mai to Chiang Dao, we find what we are looking. The Nest 1 offered us seclusion, quiet, and great western food. The next day, after decompressing in a a double bungalow, we step it up and go for a family suite at Nest 2. We are blown away by the surroundings and the amazing (and very spicy) Thai food.

Read our full review on the Nest:

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Bungalow prices are as follows:

Double Cabin – accommodates two – From 695 Baht ($20 USD)

Family Suite – accommodates four – From 1645 Baht ($47 USD)

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Hi, we’re Chris and Angela and we sold everything, paid off our debt, and gave up the nine-to-five back in the United States. Today we are living full time in Chiang Mai, Thailand, guiding and inspiring prospective expats towards amazing lives abroad!

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16 Replies to “TRIP TO THE NEST IN CHIANG DAO, THAILAND”

  1. Robi Krsnik

    Really really good job in editing and all !! It has always been a dream of mine to go to thailand, and want to learn more about Thailand. Do you have any videos on muay thai camps ? would love to learn more about that :). Anyway i subscribed to your youtube and periscope channel ! Keep up the good work !!

  2. Piotr

    As usual thai food portion sizes good for children.
    When you spend on food in Thailand do not forget to multiple a few times a dish cost to get normal western food size.
    Then you really know how "cheap" food in Thailand.

  3. ThereGoesSpider

    Another awesome vlog! Great camera work, too! (What camera is that)? We will go to check that place out for sure next time we're up in the north. Thanks for the vid!!!!! Hope you enjoyed the special time up there:)

  4. Tony TV

    You guys really go all in with the editing, simply fantastic! Kick butt job on the som tam, not many farangs even know what it is, let alone eat it, and spicy at that, as well as truly enjoy it. Your video quality is insane, I'd love to see you two do a 'Equipment we use for videos' type of vlog 🙂 Keep up the great work!

  5. Sky Train

    I just read your blog about these places and wish you will make video on YouTube. Yeah!!! my wish comes true. These places are so peaceful and beautiful. Foods look so delicious. I think you guys love and can handle spicy like (almost) Thais. (I am Thai but can not handle Thai spicy. :p)

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