Thailand: I was not expecting this – Phraya Nakhon Cave

The Phraya Nakhon Cave is located in the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park. From the Bang PO Beach it is possible to take a boat to the Laem Sala Beach. The boat ride will take 10 to 15 minutes, depending on the waves. In case you want to save the money, it is also possible to walk from the Bang PO Beach directly to the Cave. It is around 2…

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Thailand: Hua Hin Night Bazaar

After we visited the Wat Khao Takiap, a Hilltop Buddhist temple with a long stairway and a  scenic sea views, we wanted to end the day with the Night Bazaar in Hue Hin visit. We jumped into a group tuk-tuk and got a 30 minutes ride to the Bazaar. In case of sharing a tuk-tuk, the tuk-tuk will stop for people on the way who are waving for a transportation. This…

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Thailand: A train ride to remember – Death Railway

After visiting The Bridge of Kwai we took the train on the Death Railway towards Bangkok. The Railway is also known as the Burma Railway, the Siam–Burma Railway or the Thai–Burma Railway. It was a 415 kilometer railway between Ban Pong, Thailand, and Thanbyuzayat, Burma. Now it only operates between Nong Pla Duk and Nam Tok. The highlight of the tour is for sure the drive over the wooden bridge of…

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Thailand: The Bridge over the River Kwai

The Bridge over the River Kwai is a main historical side in Thailand. The railway line connects Thailand and Myanmar and was build by slaves in 1942. It can be reached easily from Bangkok by Bus, Train or with the car in 2-3 hours. When visiting the side step first into the JEATH War Museum, it gives some background on the construction of the bridge and the railway line during the…

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Thailand: Grand Palace a magical place

The visit of the Grand Palace is a must when visiting Bangkok. It is a beautiful place full of traditional statues, temples and phras. Our first stop before entering the Grand Palace complex was the Tha Tian Market. As the day was hot, my clothes were too short for being able to enter the complex. The dress code for the complex include to wear long-sleeved shirts and pants. In case you…

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Thailand: Hidden gem – Bangkok Canal Cruise

For getting a unique perspective of Bangkok we choose to get on a half day canal cruise. The cruise went along the Chao Phraya River to Nonthaburi. During the cruise we visited a traditional market, were your guide bought amazing Thailand traditional fruits for us. It was possible to taste the sun in it, totally yummy. Bangkok Canal Cruise The long tail boat was for 10 people, it was a smaller…

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