Is Khaosan Road Worth All The Hype?

Last updated: January 23rd, 2020 | in Bangkok | Traveling

When I first came to Bangkok in 2009 I didn’t even think about a different place to stay than Khaosan Road. It seemed like all travelers coming to Thailand’s capital were heading there first and my guidebook’s euphoric description of it as “one of the world’s most legendary streets” made me believe this was where …
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For many travelers and most backpackers there is no question where to stay on their trip to Bangkok: Infamous Khaosan Road. Even though it takes longer to get there than to BKK’s city center districts, Sukhumvit and Siam, it’s the legendary status that Khaosan has with its crazy nightlife and cheap accommodation. Now here is …
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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, traveling further to Phnom Penh and Vietnam or simply going for a Thai visa run while not being interested about Cambodia at all. Whatever you …
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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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Last weekend I eventually decided to head out of Bangkok and for a trip to Koh Larn. It’s the eight island I have visited now in Thailand and seriously I don’t know why I didn’t go earlier. It’s so close and easy to get there from Bangkok – it is definitely the best island trip …
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Last weekend I went to Chonburi, with just about one hour drive the closest beach town from Bangkok and therefore one of the most popular short time trips for Bangkokians. It didn’t take long until I realized why most of the tourists (especially foreigners) prefer heading one hour further down the coast to Pattaya. I …
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I just came back to Bangkok yesterday from my second trip to the Northeast of Thailand, Isaan. This time the trip was all about Nakhon Ratchasima or as Thais call it in short: Korat. Before I tell you about my experiences there, my highlights and how the nightlife is, here are three really interesting facts about Korat …
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Here are the 4 common ways to get from Bangkok to Nakhon Ratchasima or better known as Korat. Bangkok to Korat by Bus This is how I went there last weekend. Take the MRT (Underground) to Kamphaeng Phet station and from there a motorbike taxi to Mo Chit Northern Bus Terminal (40 Baht). Go up to …
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