Krabi Town is a great launching place for all the amazing attractions that Krabi Province has to offer in southern Thailand. However, Krabi Town itself is not the destination that I dreamed of…..
Koh Lanta is one of the most accessible tropical islands in Thailand that is mostly unspoiled and very welcoming. The island is only 70 kilometers from Krabi and it’s international airport, but feels a million miles away due to it’s gorgeous strands of never ending beaches, lush jungles, pretty coral reefs and bohemian laid back […]
Phi Phi Island (Koh Phi Phi Don) is synonymous with a young loud party scene. It is set on a tiny island in the Andaman Sea, dominated by cliffs in the midst of the most gorgeous turquoise water and jungle. And yes, the over crowded Tonsai Bay is exactly that – party central but we […]
As many of my friends know, I love Thailand and so many of it’s glorious islands – just not super touristy Phuket which is the largest one. As we had 3 free nights at a Marriott resort expiring, it made sense to give Phuket Marriott Nai Yang Resort and Spa a chance to prove me […]
Hua Hin is Thailand’s original beach resort as it’s aristocratic roots date back to 1911 when the railroad arrived from Bangkok and some in the royal family built vacation homes here. By the mid-1920s it was a full-fledged resort town for the Bangkok-based nobility with a golf course and a seaside hotel.
Leaving Chiang Mai was not easy, but we were excited to get to Chiang Rai – the most northern city in Thailand.
It is easy to understand why so many people come to Chiang Mai for a few days and end up coming back to spend a lot more time here or even relocate to this super progressive, artsy, foodie city set near gorgeous lush mountains. The city is quite large and diverse. There are many fun […]
One of the many benefits of being in Northern Thailand is the proximity to so many parks and trails. When we heard about the Monk’s Trail we knew we had to do it. Monk’s have been trekking this trail for centuries to reach the Wat Pha Lat Buddhist Temple and the infamous Doi Suthep Temple […]
Chiang Mai – the place of dreams . I had heard amazing things about this city and was so excited to find out that they were all true. Travelling through new places can be taxing as a vegan. Using Google Translate to explain my plant based diet leaves most people on the receiving end with […]
We arrived to the small island of Koh Tao by Lomprayah ferry from Koh Samui – the journey is quite painless (even though I do get sea sick, the vessel was quite large and glided through the water seamlessly). We were picked up by our hotel (most hotels on the island provide free transport to […]