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The beautiful beaches of Ko Rawi

Asia » Thailand » Ko Rawi
19 January 2010
The blue waters of Ko Rawi Ko Rawi

Ko Rawi is one of Thailands less touristic islands and part of the Adang Archipelago, close to the island of Ko Lipe and the Malaysian border. Tourists coming to Thailand usually visit islands like Ko Samui and Ko Phangan right of the main land or Ko Phi Phi and Ko Lanta a bit more south on its left.

The island of Ko Lipe lies a bit more remote and it will take you about 6 hours...

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The night train from Ayutthaya to Chiang Mai

Asia » Thailand » Chiang Mai
14 January 2010
Houses alongside the railroad Chiang Mai

A good and inexpensive way to travel in Thailand is by train and especially when you have to travel longer distances the night train is a real invention.

To get from Ayutthaya to Chiang Mai we bought some tickets for the night train. We thought nobody would be getting on that train so we bought the tickets the evening before. Unfortunately the train turned out to be fully booked!

It...

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Looking over Chiang Mai from Doi Suthep

Asia » Thailand » Chiang Mai
14 January 2010
Stairs up to Wat Doi Suthep Chiang Mai

In Chiang Mai we had a great stay and were so happy to have found a good and clean hotel with nice caring owners. We stayed for 5 days in the Chiang Mai Boutique Hotel which was perfectly located in the town centre and close to a lot of nice attractions. The rooms were spotless with great fluffy pillows on the bed and a breakfast table with a view.

During our stay we wanted to visit the Doi Suthep mountain with its impressive monastery. The hotel reception helped us arrange a taxi driver for the day which worked out great. Luckily the driver arrived in a huge jeep because driving up curvy Doi Suthep...

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Siamese Cat vs Snake battle at Wat Gudidao

Asia » Thailand » Ayutthaya
14 January 2010
The temple of Wat Gudidao Ayutthaya

If you want to visit the old Wats of Ayutthaya the only thing you need to arrange your personal tuk tuk driver who will bring you anywhere and bring enough water to go sightseeing during the hot Thai sun.

Ayutthaya is the old Thai capital and one big historic site as it comes to temple ruins and impressive Buddhist statues. On our daytrip through Ayutthaya we made a stop at Wat Gudidao,...

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The Phra Pathom Chedi in Nakhon Pathom

Asia » Thailand » Nakhon Pathom
14 January 2010
The Pathom Chedi in Nakhon Pathom Nakhon Pathom

The province of Nakhon Pathom is known for being the home of Phra Pathom Chedi, the first Buddhist landmark in Thailand and the country's highest chedi.

Being the oldest Buddhist Temple in Thailand a lot of tourists come to visit Nakhon Pathom to see the chedi with their own eyes. The constructio of teh Phra Pathom Chedi began in 1853 and was finished under the reign of King Rama.

The Phra Pathom Chedi is over a 120 meters high and contains the statue of Lord Buddha. Especially in november, during the 12th lunar month, Buddhists come to bring offerings and pay their respect to...