Living in Asia, one can develop a “seen one, seen them all” attitude towards temples and other popular tourist attractions. I will admit to feeling this way sometimes and every now and then I need a reminder of just how stunning Thai temple architecture is. I also tend to be a big wimp when it comes to the heat and I hate trekking around all day in crowded spots just to get a few nice photos of pretty buildings.
It is for these reasons, I wrote this temple guide. These spots are the excursions which are worthy of your time and make for an excellent day out without over-exerting yourself (ppsst golf cats are THE BEST).
Travelista published my article and photos here for you to check out!
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Completely spoiled and ridiculously pampered. When we got the opportunity to visit the amazing Soneva Kiri Resort on Koh Kood Island in Thailand’s northeast, we could hardly believe our luck. The hotel’s private plane picked us up at Suvarnabhumi Airport and in just over an hour we were landing in paradise.
The hotel is just magical, and Koh Kood is heaven. Our massive villa had its own pool, we were given a own golf buggy to cruise around on, and everything we ate was perfection.
Travelista published my article about the experience here!
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For amazing food, hustle and bustle, old timey vibes, and hipster bars, Chinatown “Yaowarat” in Bangkok, Thailand is the place to go.
For our anniversary, Tyler took me on a staycation to Chinatown where we stated at the Shanghai Mansion Hotel. Appropriate since we met in China more than 10 years ago.
We roamed the streets and found that Soi Nana is the perfect location for a pub crawl with dozens of awesome bars along one short block.
Thanks to Travelista for publishing my Chinatown guide. Read about it here!
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Instead of wasting a whole day of your vacation going to one of Thailand’s islands in the south, you can hail a taxi from Bangkok and be on Koh Samet in just a few hours!
Thanks to Travelista Club for publishing my article about my favourite tiny Thai island. This guide comes with the wisdom of someone who has had way too much vacation time this year and went to Koh Samet 3 times in about 6 months. It is that nice and that easy.
Read all about it here!
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