July 8, 2016
Hotel Crush: Bangkok Tree House premium
Bangkok and I are old friends. It’s a city I always go back to — in my last seven month stint in the country, I made five separate trips there. And while I never, ever tire of Thailand’s sprawling capital, I do love exploring new corners of it. Ones that can make even a veteran […]
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Alex in Wanderland
June 25, 2016
Elephant Nature Park, Chiang Mai premium
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Adventure Awaits Us
June 20, 2016
Elephant Nature Park premium
Many people dream of riding an elephant when they think of Thailand. When researching our trip we read more and more stories about how you shouldn’t ride elephants. They are wild animals and the process of taming them for humans to ride involves the elephant being beaten and kept in a really tiny cage (You […]
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Adventure Awaits Us
June 16, 2016
What $420 in Rent Buys You on Koh Tao premium
Who’s ready for another edition of House Hunters International: Thailand Edition? It’s a little reality show I go through every time I return to Koh Tao and attempt to secure long-term accommodation. Compared to the real estate anguish I used to experience when apartment searching in New York, looking for a place to stay in […]
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Alex in Wanderland
June 15, 2016
3 Day Motorbike Itinerary for Chiang Rai premium
Getting around the north of Thailand by motorbike can be one of the most amazing ways to see the countryside. Feel the cool mountain air rush up against your face, stop along the roadside to admire breathtaking views or pull over to just chat with a few locals. Thailand is a big place, and so […]
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Getting Stamped
June 12, 2016
Seeking Thailand’s Deep South in Satun premium
After two days gathering an ever-so-brief overview of Thailand’s coastal Trang, we pushed even further south towards Satun. Though the border between the neighboring provinces is unmarked, I noticed a stark difference as we entered the heart of predominantly Muslim Satun. Temples were replaced by mosques, women were swathed in colorful headscarves and simple signs […]
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Alex in Wanderland
June 9, 2016
A Taste of Thailand in Trang premium
Now well into my seventh year of shuffling back and forth to Thailand, I find myself frequently fielding the question, “haven’t you seen it all?” Heck no! The truth is, I can’t imagine a day I’ll ever be done exploring this country. Thailand has seventy-six provinces, and despite the dozens of expired visas in my […]
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Alex in Wanderland
June 7, 2016
Hotel Crush: Sofitel So Bangkok premium
As the gateway to Southeast Asia, Bangkok has the important job of welcoming travelers from around the world to the region. So it’s a good thing this city has so many boss hotels. And as someone who gets asked for where to stay in the capital of Thailand recommendations often, I consider it my duty […]
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Alex in Wanderland
June 6, 2016
Chiang Mai Farm Cooking School premium
Like many other people we LOVE Thai food and one of the things we were most excited about doing in Thailand was taking a cooking class in Chiang Mai. We have often tried to cook Thai curries and noodle dishes at home but they never taste quite as good as the real thing so we […]
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Adventure Awaits Us
June 2, 2016
Review – @Hua Lamphong Hostel Bangkok premium
BangkokTravel Blog Kian & Sri 2016-06-02 Hey traveling peeps! Planning a trip to Bangkok? Here’s a review of our stay at @Hua Lamphong Hostel in Bangkok. There are a few strategic locations in Bangkok that allow you easy access to many places – one of these is called Hua Lamphong, the area around the same […]
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