3 Reasons To Visit Thailand at Least Once in a Lifetime | Partnered Post

Thailand is one of those places you need to see to believe. Stunning natural landscapes, delicious food, rich cultural history, art and culture - there’s something for everyone, including the most seasoned travellers. But with so much to see and do, you’ll want to come up with a plan of action to ensure you don’t... Continue Reading →

The Slow Boat into Laos

After a few months of fast boats, long tail boats and slave ships, it was finally time to embark on one of the most popular boat trips in South East Asia, the slow boat down the Mekong River from Chiang Rai in Thailand to Luang Prabang in Laos. I booked my ticket two days before... Continue Reading →

The White Temple in Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai is usually the last stop on most backpacker routes through Thailand before heading into Laos. Along with an incredible night market you can visit Wat Rong Khun, or the White Temple as it's known to us, which is actually a privately owned art exhibit that was created from the ruins of the original... Continue Reading →

Hippy Paradise in Pai

Once you've been in South East Asia for a little while you will probably notice you're slowly changing things about yourself either to fit in, to be more comfortable or because it's easier. From wearing fisherman pants and no shoes to eating tofu and smoking a sheesha. There is no better place to let that... Continue Reading →

Chilling in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai was one of my favourite places in Thailand, it has the perfect mix of old and new. The city has been built around the old city wall and moat, there are over 300 ancient temples to explore, with plenty of trendy bars and fantastic markets to keep you busy. There is also a... Continue Reading →

Beautiful Koh Phi Phi

Getting to Koh Phi Phi If you're following a typical backpacker route then you're probably on Koh Tao looking for a way east. Look no further than the slave ship. A big wooden boat with two floors and very low ceilings overcrowded with sweaty, sea sick backpackers sleeping on thin, narrow mats on the floor... Continue Reading →

Scuba Diving on Koh Tao

If you haven't tried scuba diving before then you're in for a real treat. As you descend down into the water you surround yourself with a different world. Colourful coral, schools of fish, dangerous predators, underwater caves and tunnels, shipwrecks, drop-offs into the void, night dives, complete weightlessness as you float along the current trying... Continue Reading →

Koh Phangan and the Full Moon Party

Getting to and from Koh Phangan Whether you're coming from Koh Samui, Koh Tao or the mainland at Suratthani you will be on a ferry with a bunch of other backpackers. You can book these ahead of time with any tour operator, online here or at the respective ferry terminals, just be sure to check... Continue Reading →

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