City of angels, great city of immortals, magnificent city of the nine gems, seat of the king, city of royal palaces, home of gods incarnate, erected by Vishvakarman at Indra’s behest – or, as you may know it better: Bangkok! Home to millions of people, bautiful places and the best night view I ever saw, … More Some Nights in Bangkok
If you’re in Hua Hin and have already explored the city centre and its night markets and want to see more, or if you want to get just the right mix of art, night market and local culture – Tamarind and Cicada market are just perfect!
In 2015, I travelled to Thailand and spent almost two weeks in Hua Hin. I now want to tell you a bit about its history and why I’m trying my best to return as soon as I can.
Thailand is well known for it’s vibrant markets, all of them offering interesting goods and most of all: food. Some of these markets only take place at night and thus have a unique feel to them!
This cave was my personal highlight of 2015! It certainly makes you utter a silent ‘wow’ once you walked down these steps into the awaiting darkness!
Together with the temple of the Big Buddha, this garden was easily my highlight on Koh Samui. It’s mystical, beautiful and for me a definite must-see when you’re on the island.
Phra Nakhon Khiri lies in Phetchaburi on a hill overlooking the city. The name translates to ‘Holy City Hill’ and the three groups of buildings are really impressive.
Muay Thai – Thai Boxing is Thailand’s national sport. Developed hundreds of years ago, it is really popular today and even as a tourist who is only visiting the country for a couple of days, you can see it everywhere!
Fisherman’s village is part of a town on Koh Samui, originally a real fisherman’s village, but today more of a tourist destination.
Hin Ta and Hin Yai are one of Samui’s most photographed sightseeing spot and the market is front offers some interesting goods as well! … More Koh Samui – Hin Ta & Hin Yai