Tagged: thailand

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Wat Rong Khun or Atlantis Mirage?

Wat Rong Khun is the famous white temple Chiang Rai is known for. But the truth is, it isn’t really a temple. Its an art exhibit privately owned by the artist Chalermchai Kositpipat, who...

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Soppong’s Tham Lod Cave

Soppong is a perfect place to go for a day or two to get away from a town filled with hippies and be completely immersed in the woods. There are many caves in the...

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Phuket from a pillion perspective

Smell that scent? Its a mix of petrol, sweat, sand, sea and the promises that Patong has to offer. As a tourist, looking at Phuket from a pillion perspective made me realise its an...

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Krabi’s beach trio

Krabi is more than just Ao Nang. Apart from the many other islands that you can take a day trip to, the three that are connected are none other than Rai Lay, Phra Nang...

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Surviving THE rave

A party isn’t just a party when it’s filled with all sorts of madness and things you don’t usually see. Koh Phangan’s Full Moon Party was the most epic rave I’ve ever been to...

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Koh Phangan’s Full Moon Party

I’ve heard of the legendary full moon party for the longest time and while I was traveling Southeast Asia, I made sure that I planned my trip in a way that I’d be in...

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24 hours in Koh Phangan

Want to go for the Full Moon Party but don’t want to live on Koh Phangan? Stay on sister island Koh Samui instead. It’s quieter, less flooded with drunk backpackers, food prices are less...

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Crossing the thai-cambodian border

Getting into Cambodia can be a real pain. I’ve read a lot of stories on traveler’s encounters before crossing the Thai-Cambodian border so I wouldn’t make the same mistakes, but I guess I still...

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Favourite places to stay in Southeast Asia

I’ve collated a list of my favorite places to stay around SEA. Some places are worth a mention despite the price not being… as cheap as I expected. But it made it to this...