Tag Archives: Thailand

Bangkok in 2 days



It was my fifth or sixth time in Bangkok and I just can not get enough of it! I can not explain what is it about this city that I love so much. But every time I come here, I get this feeling, that I wanna live here for some time! Yes, you need good nerves in Bangkok! You need a lot of time to get from point A to point B, because of insane traffic jams. Yes, you need to haggle if you don’t want to overpay, when taking motorbike taxi or tuk-tuk, and yes, you would be still stuck in traffic. Read More →

My 2015 in pictures


around the world

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One day from Smile Hotel Hua Hin



Waking up at 7 in the morning is absolutely no problem for me here. We sleep with open balcony, fresh air does its magic and even after only few hours of sleep I feel amazing! After yoga session in the room with my mother, we go for breakfast. On the way to the breakfast room, we pass reception and get our first good morning smile from the receptionist lady. Read More →

Cicada Market – artistic Hua Hin



During my one week stay in Hua Hin, Thailand I have visited one very interesting market, called Cicada Market. Cicada Market is the art market with atmosphere, located near Hayat Hotel. Designers, artists, creators, tourists, students…you find it all here. The market has an amazing, warm atmosphere with beautiful lightning, paper lamps and light figures all around. Read More →

Thailand night buses: be alarmed!



This is a short post from Thailand with a warning for my fellow travelers. Be very careful and alert when you travel by night buses in Thailand, especially those leaving from Khao San Road! Prices do seem to be very cheap and attractive (we ended up paying only 800 Baht = 20€ from Bangkok to Koh Phi Phi). Read More →

Koh Chang: best spots for sunset



Koh Chang is one of the nearest island from Bangkok. It takes 6 hours with the bus or 4 hours with the mini bus from Bangkok till Trat, the city from where you would have to take the ferry. Depending on where the bus will drop you off, you either have to drive with the taxi another 40 min to the pier or just go to the ferry. Read More →