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Huai Nam Dang is one of Thailands most beautiful national parks. Located over 1700 metres above sea level it rewards you with stunning views of the Doi Luang mountain and fresh cool air.

Motifs of religion the wax floats

The Candle festival in Ubon Ratchathani is the largest of its kind in Thailand. It is held during Buddhist Lent during two days in July.

The view from inside the Cove

Ao Yon is a small gem in the Cape Panwa district of Phuket. This beach is popular among locals and you have the beach club The Cove with direct beach access.

Recently I spent two weeks in the Phuket Sandbox, read about my most memorable experiences here.

A day on the road on Phuket Island visting the Mining museum and Phuket town.

Determining it was time to get out a bit from Kalim and the hotel, I rented a car for a Phuket roadtrip. In a tiny Nissan March, I started by driving to Freedom Beach. I can’t exactly say that I did my homework. And this aspect made it turn out to be quite an adventure. Turning right from the main road out from Patong there was a quite steep slope leading into… Read More

The old capital of the Lanna Kingdom – Chiang Rai has more to offer than many people expect. Once a base for hiking and exploring the most Northern part of Thailand. Now, it has some remarkable attractions. A good place to start is to follow the art route and see some of the country’s most spectacular temples. Read more about the colourful temples of Chiang Rai.

Once a year the city of Yasothon is put on the map for its famous rocket festival. Once the bamboo rockets were made by monks. Now there is a competition in the area for the best and strongest rockets. This event is going on in the countryside as well. The point is to get generous amounts of water for the rice season.