Pai Canyon

Pai is undoubtedly one of the most famous towns for backpackers and hipsters in Northern Thailand. Located in a picturesque valley with 3 hours drives combine with 762 curves, Pai is a predominantly chilled out, laid-back town with a river and fabulous nature around it. If you ever come to Pai, one of the attractions…

Getting to Pai from Chiang Mai

Situated in the Mae Hong son province of Northern Thailand, this riverside town has grown into a major backpackers paradise. For many backpackers, Pai is one of the must visit places in Northern Thailand. Most of backpackers who initially plan to visit for 2 to 3 days will end up spending a week or two…

Doi Inthanon National Park – The Roof of Thailand

Doi Suthep may be the best must-see tourist attraction in Chiang Mai. However, Doi Inthanon must not be overlooked as well (most of the tourists do). Also known as “The Roof of Thailand”, this national park covers an area of 482 km sq. in Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand. The park is part of the…

Golden Triangle : Much Like A Tourist Trap!

Golden Triangle (not to confused with Golden Triangle in India) is a special economic trade zone for 3 countries mainly Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. Back than, the Golden Triangle has been an area well-known for the opium growing. Although now Opium has been banned completely in these 3 countries, this place lives on the cultivation…

Travel Guide: Exploring ASEAN

ASEAN is the abbreviation for Association of South East Asia Nations which consists of 2 Economic powerhouses in this region, Singapore, Brunei along side with my beloved country, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. This ASEAN is home to lots of favourable destinations which most travelers like such as Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho…

Chiang Rai – Wat Rong Khun

One place that you shouldn’t miss while you’re in Chiang Rai is the Wat Rong Khun or famously known as the ‘White Temple’ by the farangs. Wat Rong Khun is a contemporary, privately owned temple in the style of Buddhist Temple. This temple is special in its own way. It  is all painted in white…

Discover Chiang Mai: Wat Phan Tao and Wat Chedi Luang

Inside Old City, there are more than 30 temples around the area. It is nearly impossible one could have discover so many temples in your trip except you’re a temple hoppers. If you’re in Chiang Mai, the two temples you shouldn’t miss are Wat Phan Tao and Wat Chedi Luang. They are the most visited…

Chiang Mai: Exploring the Old City

Chiang Mai is the hub of Northern Thailand and the centre of the Lanna Kingdom culture and heritage. Located at the northern part of Thailand, one should take more than 9 hours train ride to reach Chiang Mai from Bangkok. Although Bangkok and Southern Thailand is popular with tourists, Chiang Mai would be best for…

Traveling, Something Meaningful to Me

When the word “travel” comes in our mind, we will eventually think that lots of money will be spent. In fact, travel isn’t that expensive if you know the techniques on hunting cheap tickets and probably your travel lifestyle. I never knew travel would be so cheap and affordable until 2014, when I have my…

Traveling Abroad – Staying Safe

Perhaps you may have heard about someone whether our friends or other travellers saying that they had been robbed in a dark alley, having their passport stolen or conned along the way. These are all horrible experiences that no one wants to go through while traveling since it is one of the best activities you…

Hostels: How Can You Maximize Your Stay!

Before I embark my first backpacking journey with my friend to Indonesia, I had never heard of hostels and no idea on how the hostels concept runs. In 2014, it was the first time staying in hostel while I was backpacking with my friend in Indonesia. I have no idea what they were and the…

Travel Guide: Cambodia

Overview of Cambodia Cambodia is a central attraction of Indo-China other than the backpacking heaven, Bangkok. This is due to the magnificent architecture of Angkor Wat located near Siem Reap. It is undeniable that the tourism activity in Cambodia is increasing rapidly and it’s all because of the popular Angkor Wat. Not only that, the…