Thailand has a well guarded export that takes advantage of the teak wood trees that naturally grow in the area. Woodcarving and teak wood furniture is highly sought after around the world, and at the center of it all is Baan Tawai Village, where all of this is on display for your eyes only. No photo signs are everywhere, but it doesn’t stop us. We take you on a tour of this “secret” village and what it beholds.
Chiang Mai Thailand is home to many local artisans and craftsman who really do enjoy what they make. Since the cost of living is so cheap in Chiang Mai, these artisans can afford to spend hours and hours per day crafting their masterpiece and selling them to tourists for extremely cheap western prices. Find out more about the handicraft scene by reading this post.
Thai Bo Sang Umbrellas are a staple of Chiang Mai but not commonly seen in night markets, bazaars, or even being used on the street. So why has this unique item remain out of the spotlight in Thailand? Read more to find out why and where to get them.
We are proud to launch our international online store as an extension of our bricks and mortar shop in Thailand. The overarching purpose of this store is to bring the best local Thai handicrafts, accessories, apparel, and more to the worldwide population. If you missed your chance to buy a souvenir, come to our shop!