Top 10 beaches in Southeast Asia

10. Sumur Tiga beach, Pulau Weh, Indonesia This 3km long white sandy beach is located at the east coast of Pulau Weh, just 5 minutes’ drive from Sabang town. Sumur Tiga is the ideal getaway as it remains fairly secluded, with a couple of resorts like Freddie´s and Casa Nemo, that cost about 25€ a … Continue reading Top 10 beaches in Southeast Asia

Backpackers guide to Koh Phi Phi

Most of the popular tourist destinations of Thailand are located in the southern part of the country, from Bangkok to the Malaysian border. There is an island for everyone whether you are looking to party, relax, climb or explore the ocean wonders. Ko Phi Phi is an archipelago of the Andaman Sea composed of six … Continue reading Backpackers guide to Koh Phi Phi

Backpackers guide to Railay Beach

Most of the popular tourist destinations of Thailand are located in the southern part of the country, from Bangkok to the Malaysian border. There is an island for everyone whether you are looking to party, relax, climb or explore the ocean wonders. Railay is a peninsula surrounded by ocean and mountains that only can be … Continue reading Backpackers guide to Railay Beach

Exploring the south of Thailand

Most of the popular tourist destinations of Thailand are located in the southern part of the country, from Bangkok to the Malaysian border. There is an island for everyone whether you are looking to party, relax, climb or explore the ocean wonders. The first time I travelled to Thailand back in 2015 I loved the … Continue reading Exploring the south of Thailand

Kop khun ka Bangkok

Eleven million people live in the capital of Thailand. This huge, cosmopolitan, modern city has magnificent temples and palaces, authentic canals, busy markets and a vibrant nightlife. You will probably find yourself there more than once during while travelling around Southeast Asia and it would be a shame not exploring further than Kao San Road, … Continue reading Kop khun ka Bangkok

Sukhothai: the Dawn of Happiness

Sukhothai was the capital of the first kingdom of Siam in the 13th century. Sukhothai literally means “Dawn of Happiness.” This ancient city is a popular tourist destination and the temples and monuments have been restored and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site covers an area of approximately 70 square kilometres and is divided … Continue reading Sukhothai: the Dawn of Happiness

Exploring the north of Thailand

Surrounded by the tallest mountains in Thailand, Northern Thailand is cooler than the rest of the rest of the country and shows cultural influences from the neighboring cultures of Myanmar and Yunnan (China). Chiang Mai How to get there: you can either fly to Chiang Mai airport or get there by bus or train. We … Continue reading Exploring the north of Thailand