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Thailand is perfect for all types of travelers. There is so much to see and do, you can easily spent a few months here. Highlights of Thailand include the islands in the South, a trekking around Chiang Mai or Pai, a visit to the Death Railway in Kanchanaburi and the Grand Temple in Bangkok. Getting around is easy by public transportation / big buses. Some of the best backpacker hostels are in Thailand. They are perfect for meeting new travel friends and finding budget tours. Thailand is a great country for independent travelers, especially for beginner backpackers. Don’t forget to check out the ‘Make a Plan’ section on this blog for loads of general backpacking tips. Are you ready for your Thailand adventure?

Cycling Bang Krachao – A fun DIY Bangkok day trip!

Surrounded by Bangkok's busy urban life lies a gorgeous green oasis: Bang Krachao (Bangkachao) island. This island, located in the mighty Chao Praya river...

Sleep Less, Dream More – A night in a Long Neck...

After 3 days of intense trekking in the Thai jungle, Illia and Nastia arrived at one of the long neck tribe villages. Here they experienced...

Ancient rituals at the 10th World Wai Kru Ceremony in Ayutthaya

Whoever thought Muay Thai is a mindless, aggressive and blood hungry sport: think again. During my recent trip to Thailand I discovered that Muay...

Sleep less, dream more – The Night Train through Thailand

Our journey exploring Southeast Asia began in Thailand. We started in Bangkok, took a side trip to Koh Chang and then returned to Bangkok....

Top things to do in Ao Nang and Krabi

'Thailand... Too touristy!' some say. I always disagree. For me Thailand is still one the most beautiful, diverse and travel friendliest destinations in the...

Money Matters: What are the costs of 3 months backpacking in...

Lisanne took some time off to go on the ultimate Southeast Asia trip. She strapped on her backpack and went all the way from Khao...

The Bangkok Tree House Hotel, an eco-heaven in the city centre!

A riverside hotel amidst lush greenery, excellent bicycle paths, small Thai villages and great bird watching spots. We never expected to find such a...