Phang Nga is the province north of Phuket and the beach town of Khao Lak becomes an increasingly popular alternative for people who seek a more quiet, laid back and generally more authentic Thai holiday experience. I have already published several posts on things to do at day and night as well as where to meet Thai …
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Koh Samui is one of the most visited places in Thailand and still if you read many of the “how to get there” guides on the internet, most of them seem to be outdated and often they don’t even tell you how long it takes with a particular type of transport. I revisited Koh Samui …
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Chiang Mai is one of the most popular places in Thailand for foreigners to visit. Most of them are traveling all the way from Bangkok as they either don’t have the time for several stops along the way or they just don’t know about the interesting places like Sukhothai, Phitsanulok or Kamphaeng Phet. The Bangkok – Chiang …
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Located 410 km northeast of Bangkok, the province of Buriram might be one of Thailand’s best kept secrets. It is not just home of one of Thailand’s most successful football club, Buriram United, the most modern race track in the country but also to the most significant Khmer site in Thailand. If you are planning …
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For some only a quick overnight stop on their way to Malaysia and for others a popular trip destination because of its bustling nightlife scene, Hat Yai is the capital of the Songkhla province and the most famous yet least touristic major city in the deep south of Thailand. Below are the different traveling options from …
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The Trat province has so much to offer. There is the island paradise of Koh Chang with lots of quiet and unspoiled neighbor islands like Koh Mak & Koh Kood and even the fairly small province capital has its own charm that makes travelers stay longer than they’re planning to. You can find my post about the best …
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Most people traveling to Sukhothai, the first real capital of Siam, don’t know about the various other significant historical towns in the region. Kamphaeng Phet is one of them and its historical park is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns”. Below are the various travel options from …
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Sukhothai and Phitsanulok are two of the most remarkable historic towns in Thailand, though signifficantly less visited than the big tourist hot spots or even Ayutthaya. I was glad I made the trip some 400 km north from Bangkok last month and could experience these highlights in the lower north of Thailand in peace and …
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The trip from Bangkok in Thailand to Siem Reap in Cambodia is hugely popular and done by thousands of travelers every year. For various reasons: Visiting the temples of Angkor, travel further to Phnom Penh and Vietnam or some simply go for a Thai visa run while not being interested about Cambodia at all. Whatever …
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Yesterday I wrote a post about my trip to Koh Larn and all the cool things that I have done and seen there. So today I thought I let you know how you can actually get there from Pattaya. The island Koh Larn is located just 7km off the coast from Pattaya and it doesn’t …
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