Category Archive: Thailand

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

We went to the amazing night bazaar in Chiang Mai this evening and were blown away by the vibrant colors, sounds and atmosphere. Here are some of our favourite photos of the night…

Romantic Sunset at Koh Tao

Sometimes there are things that happen that words can’t describe and pictures won’t do justice. This is the case with the sunset at Koh Tao overlooking the Koh Nang Yuang islands. From Sairee… Continue reading

Temples too many…but this one took the cake!

After seeing some of the hundreds of temples in Bangkok including the “Giant Buddha” and “Marble Temple”, the last temple in the scam session was by far the best one. “The Lucky Buddha… Continue reading

Damaging Views

After having a day of relaxing after the Songkran Festival Kelly and I decided leisure was over and adventure was coming. As Koh Tao is quite small and mountainous there were multiple “view… Continue reading

Tuk Tuk Scams in Bangkok – if it’s too good to be true? It is.

Many people have often heard the saying that if something seems to good to be true then it always most certainly is. This is often the case when traveling, as you stumble across… Continue reading

Songkran 2012 – The Worlds Biggest Water Fight!

Songkran, Thailand’s biggest water festival, was without a doubt one of our most fun days traveling so far. We got up quite early in anticipation of the event and even though it wasn’t… Continue reading

So what is Songkran, you may ask?

So today is Songkran in Thailand which is also known as the water festival. Many travelers here today will be celebrating the water festival by throwing pool parties and going around the streets… Continue reading

Local Market in Krabi Town

Strolling around the local market taking photos of all the fresh produce was really fun. The locals were so friendly and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves at this early morning market.

Temple of Doom…!!!

The Tiger Cave/Temple (Wat Tham Sua) is one of….if not the only, attraction well known in the town itself. It is an 8km road trip from the main town centre along 2 major… Continue reading

Krabi Town – a sleepy provincial town.

Many call Krabi a “sleepy provincial town” and Daniel and I often laughed at this phrase having no idea what it meant. However, after spending an afternoon in Krabi Town, we soon came… Continue reading