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Natural beauty and affordability combine to make tent camping in Thailand
a popular recreation with native schoolchildren, families, and
international backpackers alike. With more than 70 ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, May 2012
There are dozens of physical border crossings from Thailand into Cambodia , Myanmar, Malaysia and Laos; each with their own distinct charms, characteristics and potential complications. ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, June 2012
Surely one of the gems of northern Thailand , Chiang Rai
is a stunning destination for travelers looking for a relaxing time in a
relatively small town of just over 60,000 people, full of ...
Written by koalakiss86, Australia, November 2010
For the War history enthusiast, Hellfire Pass is a must see. Best place to start from is Kanchanarburi, about 4 hours to the west of Bangkok this is an area where many Allied soldiers lost their ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2011
Accessible by a short bus ride from Kanchanaburi, Erawan National Park in Thailand
features 200 square-miles of limestone hills, forests, steams, flora
and fauna. Founded in 1975, its most ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, October 2012
The term “Hill Tribe” is a blanket descriptor used to indicate any number of indigenous groups native to Thailand , Laos and Burma, as well as displaced groups who have migrated from Yunnan, Tibet ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, October 2011
A significant hub for travel in southern Thailand , Krabi Town
makes an excellent gateway to a profusion of exotic islands and
national parks, and is an underappreciated destination in its own ...
Not surprisingly, the best time to head out in pursuit of Thailand ’s profusion of beautiful waterfalls is during the wet season (June-October). The following are some of the country’s finest. ...
Bangkok as a sprawling and busy metropolis is jam-packed with culture and sights to see, but it is not so well-known to people that there is a spacious place to spend some time relaxing in a natural ...
Bangkok is a sprawling city with tons of opportunity to get your cultural fill. Around every corner is someplace to explore, so the question simply becomes, how much do you want to spend doing it? ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2012
Thailand has dozens of popular hot springs frequented by locals and tourists alike. Though mainly in the north of the country, these idyllic settings for rest and relaxation are worth traveling for. ...
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