Thailand’s Erawan Falls are a huge seven plateau waterfall located in the exotic jungle of Erawan National Park. Named after the three headed elephant god, this waterfall is a place of religious significance to the Thai people. It certainly held a magical quality, with its many misty blue pools and
Most people go from Bangkok to Erawan Falls on an organised day tour, but there is a way to save your pennies and do it independently! Read on to plan your own Bangkok to Erawan Falls trip.
How to get from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi.
The first step from Bangkok to
Visit the Emerald Cave Beach
A trip to the Emerald Cave is one of the best things to do on Koh Mook. These caves are still relatively off the beaten path, and are home to an incredible hidden beach! They can be reached at low tide by boat or kayak,
Over the past decade Thailand has been under heavy criticism for its unsustainable approach towards tourism. Koh Phi Phi, made famous for supplying the paradise setting to ‘The Beach’, and Koh Phangan, host to the monthly Full Moon Party, are prime examples of how the country is setting its
The gateway to South East Asia, Bangkok is often the first stop on a traveller’s itinerary as they begin their backpacking adventure around this part of the world. It can be a daunting experience entering a new country for the first time that’s so different in its way of life,
Bangkok is easily one of my favourite destinations in the world for street food. Vendors align the streets all day serving an array of delights and filling the air with a wonderful concoction of aromas. The food on offer changes depending on the time of the day and the area
Known around the world for its infamous full moon parties, Koh Phangan is normally one of the prime destinations on a partygoer’s itinerary when in Thailand. So synonymous for its drinking culture, people would be excused for thinking that there’s not much point in going to Koh Phangan if all