The hot midday sun beams down, enticing a longing for the river I see babbling next to me. Ohlala (my guide) throws a smirk in my direction as he lightly taps a lump in the hillside parallel to… More
In recent years tourism has progressively transformed Chiang Mai into a backpackers utopia. Artistic vibes accentuate the city and there is an aura of blissful calmness which is impossible not to fall for. In a place as saturated with tourists as Thailand, it’s incredibly difficult to find an authentic experience that hasn’t been blogged about or done before, so just try to enjoy what the city has to offer- and there is so much it has to offer.
As the gateway to Southeast Asia, Bangkok has the important job of welcoming travellers from all over the world to the region. Midway through my time in Thailand, I found myself returning here, temperatures had began to soar and with the air in Bangkok becoming humid and sticky. I decided a teeny change of scenery was needed and stumbled across a half-day trip to a peaceful town called Kanchanaburi. Continue reading “Kanchanaburi”
Surrounded by green lush gardens and snuggled between mountain and river, Khao Sok Rainforest Resort is a nature lovers dream! Here you can enjoy the nature and wildlife to your hearts content.
With majestic fairy-tale scenery, perfect swimming conditions and a variety of wildlife, Khao Sok National Park is a true paradise that offers adventure and relaxation. Most people consider the beach or city when they decide on a Thai holiday, I wholeheartedly believe that Khao Sok to be the most beautiful national park in Thailand, and the perfect detour when travelling to/ from the Islands.
The Amphawa Floating Market is located approximately 2 hours away from Bangkok, and is a perfect way to escape the city for a day trip. It’s also the place where I finally caved, and purchased a pair of those elephant harem pants that EVERYBODY seems to wear!