UNESCO Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park.

Kamphaeng Phet – peaceful historical ruins & waterfalls

Three words I'd use to describe Kamphaeng Phet? Interesting, authentic and non-touristic. The small-ish town is about halfway between Kanchanaburi and Chiang Mai, which makes it a perfect stopover to avoid a night bus. Some stunning UNESCO temple remains can be found within the town, and there are a number of beautiful waterfalls and trekking …

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Kanchanaburi River

Kanchanaburi – countryside, history & good food.

Kanchanaburi is a small town a few hours away from Bangkok, near the Thai/Myanmar border. It's a peaceful place that's not overly developed, but it still has great restaurants and interesting things to do. The main sights in Kanchanaburi refer to the horrors of the Thailand-Myanmar railway, that was constructed by foreign POWs and Asian …

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Koh Lipe – the ‘Maldives’ of Thailand

How would I describe Koh Lipe in one word? Paradise! The tiny Thai island has everything - beautiful beaches, incredible off-the-beach snorkelling, fantastic diving, delicious food and friendly people. What more could you want?! We planned to spend four days here but it ended up being six. We just love the island life too much! …

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