Guide to Krabi – part 3

Accommodations Hotels The Ban Saini resort is a 5 start ecological resort in Krabi. It is one of the most stayed at reserves in the region. The rooms are spacious and come with all the requisite amenities such as a swimming pool, a spa etc. You can make reservations on 00 66 84 295 1112,…

Guide to Krabi – part 2

Wat Tham Sua Wat Tham Sua is a blend of natural and spiritual beauty. It is a temple set in the middle of a lush jungle set up. This place is a must visit for all tourists as they can have a glimpse of what it feels like to be in a Buddhist temple in…

Guide to Krabi

Krabi is a province in Thailand that is now gaining immense popularity as a tourist destination. It is now one of the most visited places in Thailand, especially after the new airport was set up in 2015. Krabi is mostly popular, as a beach destination and well known for its vast coastline. You are sure…

Guide to Kanchanaburi – part 3

Restaurants in Kanchanaburi Kanchanaburi has its share of eateries. They might not be as big and glamorous as the ones in Bangkok but serve the purpose. On’s Thai Isaan If you want to savor some meat-free dishes, then On Thai Isaan is the one for you. The place serves out delicious food items that cater…

Guide to Kanchanaburi – part 2

War Cemeteries In Kanchanaburi, there are a lot of tourist sites that are related to the Second World War. This includes two war cemeteries. Main attractions: Chongkai and Kanchanaburi The first one is Chongkai War Cemetery located along the road to Wat Thaopoom. It is the burial place of British and Dutch forces. Visitors can…

Guide to Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi is located in the west Thailand province that shares its name. It is located at the meeting of the Kwai Yai and Kwai Noi rivers. The city is slowly starting to become a backpacker destination with a more peaceful scene that is different from Bangkok. An infamous icon in the city is the bridge…

Guide to Chiang Mai – Part 4

Accommodations Hotels ● U Chiang Mai is a 4-star hotel at 70 Rachadamnoen Road, Sri-Poom. This is a resort with personalized guest services. It is located 5 minutes away from the Wat Chedi Luang and the Three Kings Monument. Rates start at $192 per night. There is a bar, car services, and an outdoor pool. Rooms…

Guide to Chiang Mai – Part 3

Mae SA Elephant Camp Mae Sa Elephant Camp, located on Mae Rim-Samoeng Road, is a conservation center for domesticated Thai elephants that was established in 1976. They were once used by the logging industry, but were subsequently replaced by machines. They are now used for entertainment at the center where they are trained to dance,…

Guide to Chiang Mai – Part 2

Wat Chedi Luang Wat Chedi Luang, which translates to “lit temple of the big stupa”, on Phrapokklao Road is a major temple in the Old City of Chiang Mai. There are many buildings on the property that are important to the Thai nation including the main one that houses the principal Buddha image. There is…

Guide to Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is the capital city of the Chiang Mai Province in the Northern Thailand region. It is the country’s fifth largest city. The city is surrounded by mountains and lush greenery. It is more laidback than Bangkok and has a large expat population. The city was founded in 1296 CE and was once the…