Ten Tips for Thailand

buddha statue head in tree roots ayutthaya thailand chiang mai

Highlights of Thailand (Chris says that I think the country is called Shrimp Pad Thailand)



Krabi: visiting the hot springs waterfall and the Emerald pools- lovely and refreshing!

Krabi.JPG image

Phuket: spending New Year’s Eve on Patong Beach, with maybe 6,000 other people, setting off fireworks and paper lanterns.



New Year’s Eve at Phuket Beach


Semilan Islands: an over night tent camping trip to some uninhabited islands in the Andaman Sea.


Semilan_islands.JPG Semilan Island


Night train to Bangkok: my number one favorite way to travel long distances.

Thai Trains Thai Trains
Night Train Night Train


Bangkok: seeing Chantal.  Seeing the Grand Palace and the Reclining Buddha. Eating street food. Hello, mango sticky rice and pad Thai and avocado shakes and hot tea with sweetened condensed milk.  Mmmmm.

Reclining Buddha Reclining Buddha
Mango Sticky Race Mango Sticky Rice

Ayutthaya: The ancient capital of Siam, sacked by the Burmese in 1767.

Ayutthaya Ayutthaya
Ayutthaya Ayutthaya

Chiang Mai: The “Rose of the North”, home to Thai boxing and stupas and yoga studios galore

Thai Boxing Thai Boxing

Chiang Rai: The futuristic and weird White Palace

The White Palace The White Palace
The White Palace The White Palace

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