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Sheer fun: Koh Phi Phi, Thailand

Our second beach destination in Thailand was Koh Phi Phi Don, the biggest island of the Phi Phi Archipelago in the Andaman Sea. We left Railay in Krabi very early and arrived around 11AM together with hundreds of other tourists that were going to visit the island only for a couple of hours and then would go back, either to ...

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How to move around in Thailand

Before we left to Thailand I promised myself I will not travel with organized tours, I will not get conned for a combined ticket by bus prepared especially for tourists. I will look on my own, because it’s cheaper and there is much more fun to ride with Thais in local buses than in packed coaches with lots of tourists ...

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A place that feels like an island: Railay, Thailand

If you read about Railay Beach you will see very positive or very negative opinions. On one hand crowds, dirt and expensive hotels and bars, on the other amazing bays, cheap bungalows and friendly people Railay is a bit like that, full of contrast, but still wonderful. After 15 hours from Bangkok with three different means of transport (bus, minivan and ...

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7 places to visit in Bangkok

We wrote before about the 6 things you should do in Bangkok if you are a first time traveler in the city. We write you now about 7 places you must visit. Wat Pho – Reclining Budda This temple has more than 1000 Buddha images and one of the biggest Buddhas ever made, the famous reclining Buddha. One of many ...

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6 things to do in Bangkok during your first visit

Ride Chao Phraya Express boat On the river Chao Phraya there is a route made for boats that works very much like buses between the dozens of stops along  the riverbanks of the crowded Bangkok. It’s a very cheap alternative way of traveling and getting to know a bit more of Bangkok without getting stuck in traffic. Each ride costs ...

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Bangkok scam: free tuk-tuk ride

It was our first day in Bangkok. We wanted to start our adventures visiting Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha). It wasn’t very hot, so we decided to walk. Maybe 200 meters after crossing the famous backpackers-party street Kho San Road, we noticed we had left the map of the city in the hostel. But we spotted a map ...

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