Travel Blogs from Sai Yok, Thailand

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Full moon party, Ko panyang, Thailand travel blog

Full moon party

A travel blog entry by chrishumps


We stayed in kopan yan for longer than we planned as the full moon party was de;ayed due to a polital vote. So it meant we had a bit more time to be settled have a bit of a party and chill out. The weather wasnt as nice and we had a fair bit of rainfall ...

Twee weken Thailand, Thailand, Thailand travel blog

Twee weken Thailand

A travel blog entry by jantep


... . Sja, dat vonden Pooh en Jai ook wel beetje raar. Met Pooh en Jai had ik het ook over toeristen in Thailand. Het nabijgelegen Khao San Road heeft allerlei lawaaierige cafes met dronken toeristen die soms echt maar een beetje wazig over straat lopen. ...

Sand and Sea, Reilay, Thailand travel blog

Sand and Sea

A travel blog entry by markjenner


... we planned to make a final stop in Malaysia in Langkawi, but in the end we decided to skip it and head for the beach in Thailand.  We spent a day travelling by minibus, Thai bus, and taxi to reach Ao Nang which is in Krabi.  The next day we ...

I heart Arutthaya, Arutthaya, Thailand travel blog

I heart Arutthaya

A travel blog entry by dolly_would...


I know that two entries in one day is a bit excessive but felt I needed to write about yesterday - it was the best day I've had since I got here and for a long time before. I woke up early and took a river taxi to the train station with the ...

Coming back to Koh Phan Ngan, Koh Phan Ngan, Thailand travel blog

Coming back to Koh Phan Ngan

A travel blog entry by lordos

Im going back Feb ...

Ao Ton Sai, Ton Sai, Thailand travel blog

Ao Ton Sai

A travel blog entry by troyjrose

... Ton Sai off Krabi for quite a few days! Breathtaking views, and cheap buglaows with views of monokeys from the balcony. Ton Sai is a rock climbers paradise, with about 600 marked routes for climbers to enjoy. Right next to Ton Sai is the beatiful East ...

The jem of the north, Chaing Mai, Thailand travel blog

The jem of the north

A travel blog entry by joy_marc


... people play with the younger tigers which would still play softly.  We then thought it was time to book a trek.  We thought Thailand was ment to have easy treks for the beginners and the unfit like us so we booked a 3 day one into the ...

Sad Day in the VIllage, 15 kilometers from CHiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Sad Day in the VIllage

A travel blog entry by wandering_man


There is a monastery near where I stay that I walk by every day on the way to the farm. On Sunday two 26 year old monks from there were walking and were killed by a motorcylist who was also killed.  Both monks were from our village. ...

a rubbish day and a great one!, Bangkok and Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

a rubbish day and a great one!

A travel blog entry by rachandstu


... show! This became very tiring, very quickly and we started to wonder if there was anything else at all to Bangkok, and to Thailand. There is... Firstly, the Khao San Road. This place is a back-packer ghetto and spending more than one evening out here ...

Koh Sok National Park, Koh sok national park, Thailand travel blog

Koh Sok National Park

A travel blog entry by ecce

July 27th we left Koh Phi Phi and made our way to Koh Sok National Park. After another day of numberous bust transfers and pointless layovers (they take you to 2 or 3 different "bus stations" aka local food stands.) before they get you on your actual ...

Full Moon party was crazy!!, Thailand, Thailand travel blog

Full Moon party was crazy!!

A travel blog entry by rachellecornel


Hey all, So I have been in Thailand for a week now and loving it. I flew from KL to Bangkok and then managed to get a bus to Kho San Road. When I arrived I had not sorted out any accommodation and so wondered around for a bit (with my heavy rucksack) in ...

Kids Camp in Khon Kaen, Phupaman Park, Thailand travel blog

Kids Camp in Khon Kaen

A travel blog entry by bjkat81


... coordinated the event, along with PHA leaders throughout Khon Kaen province. Thai Concern Foundation is a Faith-Based Christian NGO throughout Thailand. Its office in Khon Kaen is made up of Buddhists who basically ignore old goal number two of all ...

The beautiful Phi Phi Island (and more buckets)!, Ko Phi Phi, Thailand travel blog

The beautiful Phi Phi Island (and more buckets)!

A travel blog entry by hayleyhunwicks

Well I can see why people say this is paradise here. This place is unbelievable! Its so beautiful and has such a quaint little feel to it. It was so hot when we arrived and we were staying some where at the top of the island and there are no taxis here ...

Koh Lanta - A Fishy Fishy Christmas, Koh lanta, Thailand travel blog

Koh Lanta - A Fishy Fishy Christmas

A travel blog entry by raquel_chiel


hi, even though we arrive two days ago i only got around to update the blog today, cause i had some relaxing to do!!!!!!!!!! When we got here we were dropped off at the Sanctuary lodge, with really overpriced bungalows, for two reasons, it is Christmas ...

Finding the Karen Tribe & learning to cook Lisu, Sappong, Thailand travel blog

Finding the Karen Tribe & learning to cook Lisu

A travel blog entry by alohatravels


... program. It was so interesting, learning about the Lisu people: they are from Tibet, who migrated to the hills of northern Thailand, away from Chinese oppression. The village that we were staying in, outside of Sappong, has only been in this area for ...

Khorat, Nakon Ratchasima, Thailand travel blog


A travel blog entry by catmoj

... the French colonial push in 18th Century when Thailand, Laos and Cambodia had to define their borders and Isan found itself in Thailand. Political upheaval continued and our favourite communist son, Ho Chi Minh, came to Isan (and Khorat!) in 1928 to ...

Snorkeling on Phi Phi Island, Karabi, Thailand travel blog

Snorkeling on Phi Phi Island

A travel blog entry by gymwhite


I had only discovered between flights in Bangkok that I would be unable to get to Phi Phi Island until the next day as the last ferry left Karabi at 1:30 pm. I had already emailed the Phi Phi Island resort asking for a room as well as Alexis telling her ...

Before and after the big day!!, Koh Samui, Thailand travel blog

Before and after the big day!!

A travel blog entry by philandkatrina


... to fly cough cough!!)   A short night in BK and we were off to our new country...Cambodia!!!   Strange things about Thailand or we've seen:       Skinned cats in a meat market (photo below eeeww!) ...

Truly Thailand, Chang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Truly Thailand

A travel blog entry by landlubbers


... we will be visiting the Elephant Rehabilitation Centre up in the north at Lumpang.  The elephant is the national symbol of Thailand and the government has banned their use in logging camps.  At Khao Sok National Parkwe stayed at the Earth Lodge ...

Dive, dive, Koh Lanta, Thailand travel blog

Dive, dive

A travel blog entry by sumnerp

The next morning, we took our bags to the pier for the ferry with the aid of a local and a metal cart and boarded our ferry to Koh Lanta. Once again, the ferry ride was fairly uneventful although we did find our accommodation while on the boat as the ...

Baby Why Don't We Go, Phi Phi Island, Thailand travel blog

Baby Why Don't We Go

A travel blog entry by coigreach

... library south of Sydney...Australia.  Asia was great, but it was not as cheap as I expected in the southern part of Thailand, there was always, everywhere, shocking amounts of garbage and oil floating in the water and lying on the beach, and, ...

Ko Chang, Koh chang, Thailand travel blog

Ko Chang

A travel blog entry by jamiecaroline

... took a couple hours to get to Tha Dan Kao and from there we caught the ferry to Ko Chang. Ko Chang is Thailand's second largest island, immediately we were in for a bit of a culture shock coming from Cambodia. Tourists everywhere, hotel resorts smothered ...

Guns and Glass, Koh Phangan, Thailand travel blog

Guns and Glass

A travel blog entry by davidstodel

Right so....we've had a busy few days. After a night out Webby and I arrived back to the Hotel, as Will - who was with some new friends - had the key we couldn't get in. So Webby kicked the feeble door it seemed the most sensible thing ...

Welcome to the Jungle, Khao Sok, Thailand travel blog

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by steve_julie


Woke up, breakfast with the zombies and we step outside and see Tola waiting to take us to the airport.  He tells us he slept badly due to the flood of emotions NOT attending the concert couldn't prevent (surely there's room in this sentence for ...

Back in Trat, Thailand, Thailand travel blog

Back in Trat

A travel blog entry by --frank--

I ditched Sandra and Wayne this morning to make my way back to Trat. The rain was lashing down and the taxi drivers (being the cheeky little bastards that they are) decided to up their rates by 1000%, knowing that people don't really like walking in the ...

Chiangrai, Chiangrai, Thailand travel blog


A travel blog entry by siripatana


Chiangrai is  full of culture and ...

Xmas and New year in thailand, Thailand, Thailand travel blog

Xmas and New year in thailand

A travel blog entry by lisaandpaul


Paul and i spent 2 and 1/2 weeks in Thailand, mostly in Koh Samui. had the best time, the people are lovely, the food is delicious and we had great company to. Paul, Lisa, John, Kirsten, Eade, Tai, Andrea and many more.  can't wait to go back and ...

Phi Phi, Phi Phi, Thailand travel blog

Phi Phi

A travel blog entry by gemandsam


Friday 16th - Sun 18th May 2008 A green gilled Sam and a perky Gem bounced across the Indian Ocean to arrive on Phi Phi in the heat of the midday sun. With no roads or cars in sight we arranged our accomodation with a guy down by the pier. Quickly a ...

Thailand, Thailand, Thailand travel blog


A travel blog entry by jessjamie


... 27 degrees in Bangkok, which according to the Thai weather reports, is 'cold'. Dread to imagine what they term 'hot'. So, Thailand adventure over, we have just arrived in Laos in a sleepy town called Pakxe, and will update further once we've actually ...

raining monkeys, Lopburi, Thailand travel blog

raining monkeys

A travel blog entry by j.mccrary


yesterday toured Ayutthya on bike to see the ancient ruins; Ayutthya was the capital of Thailand for hundreds of years until the mid 1700s when it was sacked and burned by the Burmese.  The next day we took the train to Lopburi which is home to ...

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