Category: Thailand

Krabi to Bangkok Night Bus Review

Arriving into Ao Nang was a rather surreal experience. I’m not sure what I was expecting, but it was definitely more along the lines of chilled out fishing village – the days of which are obviously long gone. Instead, I was greeted by a huge party strip with more bars…

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Where to Stay in Bangkok: Super Bangkok Accommodation Guide

Who on earth visits Bangkok seven times in one year? Me, that’s who. It’s South East Asia’s biggest hub, meaning that you’ll probably pass through here more than once on a backpacking adventure around the subcontinent, and it’s definitely a crucial stop on any Thailand itinerary. It’s also the biggest…

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Bali to London Overland: South East Asia Recap

Let’s not talk about how overdue this post is, but I’d like to introduce you to my Bali to London overland series, with this South East Asia recap! So, to bring you up to speed, I’m travelling from Bali to London without flying. I will be taking a few boats…

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2 Weeks in Thailand Itinerary for First-Timers

The mystical kingdom of Thailand has been attracting tourists in their thousands for decades now. It is famed for its beautiful beaches, serene temples, wild jungle, tasty food and smiley people. Thailand is a prime traveller’s destination – it has the perfect mix of conveniences and adventure, as well as…

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Is Chiang Rai Worth Visiting?

Nestled within the mountains of northern Thailand, only three hours from its border with Laos, Chiang Mai is a city that’s often overlooked by travellers – with many favouring the traveller hotspot of Chiang Mai or the mountainous village of Pai. But – and you know I love my controversial…

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Bumper 3 Days in Bangkok Itinerary

Bangkok. There’s not really anywhere on this earth quite like it. It manages to be a melting pot of different cultures, yet still have a strong Thai culture. Bangkok’s a city with a distinct heritage, as well as a ridiculously modern eating, drinking and shopping scene. It’s somewhere where you…

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How to get the train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai

I don’t know why I found getting the train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai so difficult. I’ve taken chicken buses through Guatemala, I’ve travelled by train all around China and I’ve taken international coaches through Europe. But for some reason, I just seemed to mess up everything about the train…

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