Baiyoke Sky Hotel Bangkok

Baiyoke Sky Hotel is the highest hotel in Bangkok and was the most luxury accomodation I had during this vacancy. 5.022 Baht for two person and two nights. It is clean and we got a free upgrade which was wonderful. The hotel has 83 floors and I lived on the 49th. The view was stunning […]

night train

This night was an adventure to me. I bought a ticket for the train to move from Bangkok to Surat Thani. It wasn’t expensive at all and I was so excited what would expect me. At first, I thought I would be in the wrong train because of the seats there. I expected to see […]

Chao Phraya River

If you have some time left in Bangkok, you can also take a ride on the Chao Phraia river with the boat. It took me one hour of time and around 650 Bath to do this. Adventure lies just around the riverbend. The winding Chao Phraya River is Bangkoks arterial waterway and main thoroughfare for […]

Buddha Temple Bangkok

This elaborate temple doubles as the national headquarters for the education and preservation of traditional Thai medicine, and is also the site of one of the first Thai massage schools. If you’re not here to study, wander through the galleries filled with gilded images of Buddha, relax respectfully next to the 150-foot-long Reclining Buddha, or […]

Khaosan Road

Every traveler needs to go to Khao San Road. It’s slightly touristy reputation is preceded only by its avalanche of sights and smells, essential for getting into the groove of Bangkok’s rhythm. Swing over to Santichaiprakarn Park for river views and buildings that dot the coast. Stick around at night for the unique shophouse eateries. […]

Floating Market Damnoen Saduak

There are several floating markets near Bangkok and for me it definitely was a highlight. The one I went on is about one and a half hour away, so the one or the other would perhaps prefer a nearer one. You get there by taxi or car and after that I was brought to the […]