Thailand

Ending Up at Ao Nang Beach in Krabi was a Shock

I’d always heard the famous spots in southern Thailand were overcrowded, overpriced and not worth it. Thus, I was surprised at how much I fell in love with Ao Nang Beach when I accidentally ended up there when I flew to Krabi. How I Ended Up at Ao Nang Beach I thought that flying to Bangkok from the UK would …

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Spending an Afternoon in Myanmar for My Thai Visa Run

Selfie at Valentine Cafe in Tachileik, Myanmar

There are several ways to make a visa run if you’re living in Chiang Mai. An afternoon in Myanmar is probably the cheapest and quickest. I found the culture in Myanmar fascinating, and I wish I had spent more than just a couple hours there. Getting to the Border from Chiang Mai As confusing as the public transportation in Thailand …

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A Day in Baandam – Thailand’s Ultra-Eccentric Black House Museum

Black House Museum

Most people head to Chiang Rai to see the White Temple or perhaps the Blue Temple, but I think the Black House Museum is the best attraction there. What is The Black House Museum In Thai, baan means house and dam means black (you put the adjective after the noun in Thailand). The name Baandam is literally that – someone’s black …

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5 Ways to Skip the Massive Crowds at the White Temple in Chiang Rai

White Temple in Chiang Rai

Wat Rong Khun, also known as the White Temple in Chiang Rai, is the city’s most popular attraction and one of the most beautiful temples in the world. As such, the endless stream of tourists passing through the temple can become a little uncomfortable, and getting a photo without anyone in it is nearly impossible. Here are a few tricks …

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The Pros and Cons of Being an Expat in Chiang Mai

Working in Panyaiyan Cafe

The first time I came to Chiang Mai in November 2015, I was following a bunch of bloggers who attended TBEX Bangkok with me. I immediately fell in love with the northern capital of Thailand and resolved to make it my winter home base as much as possible. This is now my third time living as an expat in Chiang …

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