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    Zeavola: unexpected barefoot luxury in Koh Phi Phi

    This is post 21 of 24 in the series “Thailand” Barefoot luxury. It was a term I’ve heard of but I didn’t truly understand it until I arrived in Zeavola. Located in the north of Koh Phi Phi Don, it’s far removed from the boisterous Tonsai main town and offers a secluded serenity that I […]

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    Thai Massage Chiang Mai: best and cheap places to go

    This is post 19 of 24 in the series “Thailand” If you ask me what my favourite thing about Thailand is, it would have to be Thai massages. In particular, Chiang Mai has the most affordable Thai massage across the board. I practically find myself wandering into a massage parlour twice a week to get […]

  • Sakon Nakhon: one day in Northern Thailand’s indigo capital

    This is post 16 of 24 in the series “Thailand” Sakon Nakhon in northern Thailand is still relatively unknown, a province near the border of Laos near the bigger Nakhon Phanom. Only an hour’s flight from Bangkok, it’s an alternative destination for those interested in ethnic culture, indigo dyeing, and farm experiences. Whether you are […]

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    Zazz Urban Bangkok: a hotel review

    This is post 14 of 24 in the series “Thailand” Zazz Urban Bangkok is a modern, sleek hotel that are perfect for travelers who are looking for a quieter place to stay. With some of the best hotel breakfast I’ve ever had and comfortable room, it was definitely a pleasant stay and here is my […]

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    Ayutthaya Day Trip from Bangkok

    Last updated on December 23rd, 2018 at 10:17 am This is post 11 of 24 in the series “Thailand” Ayutthaya is the capital of the second kingdom of Siamese from 14th to the 18th century, and it’s only an hour or so north of Bangkok. It was abandoned after the Burmese burned the city in […]

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