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Khao San Road, Bangkok

36 Hours Alone in Bangkok: What to Do and Where to Hang out

For solo travelers and visitors with limited time, here is my list of top things to experience Bangkok’s multifaceted personality.

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Pick your first solo destination wisely

Going it alone: Pick your first solo destination wisely

Picking a first solo destination wisely is an important step and requires you to spend some time on research and planning. Safety, affordability and access to entertainment are some of the things to consider when planning your trip alone.

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Laos: A Day Into The Life Of Captain Hook

Captain Hook lives in Ban Kok Phung Tai, a Katu village in the South of Laos. A culture shock at first, turned out to be a valuable learning experience.

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Solo Traveler Spotlight: Thomas Dong

“Solo traveling changed me. I think one can find out more about oneself doing things alone rather than doing things with people. Traveling alone helped me explore things I’m contempt with and and discover new things that I enjoy”, Thomas.

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7 Types Of Solo Travelers Wandering Around The World

They are on the rise. They come in all shapes, sizes and personality types. Here is a list of the solo travelers wandering around the world.

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3 things traveling alone taught me

If you haven’t tried traveling alone yet, you should as it gives you the chance to see the world and yourself from a whole new perspective.

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Ko Phi Phi Tailand

Ko Phi Phi, The Corrupted Paradise

Ko Phi Phi is a home to Maya Bay, a white sand beach with turquoise water and jungle vegetation sheltered by 100-meter high craggy cliffs. Engulfed by vanity and greed.

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Koh Lanta Sunset

Romantic sunset through the palm trees of Koh Lanta

Koh Lanta was kind enough to welcome me with romantic sunset. I was expecting to see lots of couples cuddling. Surprisingly, there were none.

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The Similan Islands, diving boat

The Similan Islands, where I fell in love with diving

When it comes to diving, the Similan Islands are referred to as the creme de la creme of the Andaman sea as their crystal clear waters and spectacular coral reefs are home to unmatched sea life.

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Khao Sok Floating Houses

Khao Sok, the Indiana Jones Adventure

With the hint of having to wade through neck-high water and be confronted with gigantic spiders, bats and other creatures, we stepped into the dark cave.

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