For solo travelers and visitors with limited time, here is my list of top things to experience Bangkok’s multifaceted personality.
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.
Koh Lanta was kind enough to welcome me with romantic sunset. I was expecting to see lots of couples cuddling. Surprisingly, there were none.
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.
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.
The Chinese New Year celebrations caught me at the Si Lom Sky Train station in Bangkok, when a 20 meters long red dragon was getting ready for its dance.
A full-day adventure through Thailand’s oldest national park, Khao Yai: hornbills, gibbons, crocodiles, gigantic spiders, and … elephants among lush jungle vegetation.