Bangkok is one of the largest street food capitals of Southeast Asia, such that you’ll find it everywhere from alley ways, sidewalks and markets. The food is delicious and it makes it into my belly, but as much as I love frequenting Thai food, it occurred to me that I know absolutely nothing about it. Upon that, I popped […]
Avoiding Taxi Scams in Bangkok (Click here if you can’t see the video) . What would you if your taxi driver were scamming you on your ride to the airport? I never liked taking taxis. I try every conceivable option to avoid taxis and especially airport ones. Not only are they one of the most expensive ways to […]
Bangkok is an enthralling city to photograph during the day, but it transforms into a sexier city at night! In the evening, the city casts an electric glow, as travelers can drink in the city through night entertainment, night markets and foot traffic.
20 Top THINGS TO DO IN PAI THAILAND Nestled in the foothills of Northern Thailand, just three hours and close to 800 curves from Chiang Mai, is Pai, a little hippie Thai backpacker haven filled with restaurants, funky boutique shops, cafes and a
Travel Survival Tips for Korea: Navigating Korean Culture Continuing from my last video post about Travel Essentials for Seoul, I thought I’d share five more travel essentials for Korea! This segment, I’ll be focusing on navigating Korean culture.
Travel Essentials for Seoul (Part 1 of 2) Getting ready to travel to Seoul? Seoul , South Korea. It’s the home of Korean drama, K-pop, theme cafes and a lot of cool technology. Here’s some essential travel tips to make your trip to Seoul a breeze!
Motorbike Tips for Thailand When in Thailand, many travelers like to rent a motorbike, not only to get around quicker. Motorbikes help us explore a place deeper. With a motorbike, you can get out to the countryside where the scenery and lifestyles change. All of a sudden, the place feels more authentic, local… a breath […]
Chiang Dao is a small town known for it’s huge limestone mountain and cave temple. If you ever wanted to escape Chiang Mai in search of nature and a small village, jungle feel, this is just 3 hours north. I went to Ban Tham (ban means “village”, tham means “cave”), a 15 minute drive to the village […]
Going deep into Chiang Dao Cave, Thailand .Have you ever thought of visiting caves on your travels? Chiang Dao Cave , otherwise known locally as Phra Non Cave, Wat Tum Chiang Dao is cavernous and is actually, a temple of sorts. You’ll find caverns upon caverns of large hanging stalactites