For parties and beaches, there is no better place to turn other than Haat Rin, the backpacker party mecca of Southeast Asia. Travelers come for one thing: The Full Moon Party, an event that turns out 10,000-40,000 people each month, depending on the time of year.
After getting laid off, Ric moved abroad and worked to turn his passion of traveling into his job. Now, he spends his time volunteering abroad and taking part in adventurous races all across the globe. Find out his tips for getting involved and what lessons he has learned after visiting 110 countries!
Songkran is a three day water fight that celebrates the Thai New Year. It occurs between April 13th to 15th (which coincidentally is the hottest month of the year). Songkran stands to be the most popular festival of Thailand that marks the beginning of a new solar year and is a time of renewal and […]
A lot of people don’t get the best impression of Bangkok, but it’s a city worth seeing! Once you get off the beaten path, away from the tourists, and into the local pace of life, you will discover that Bangkok has a ton to offer! Here’s my advice on how to spend 4 days there that will leave you coming back for more!
Isaan is often overlooked when traveling in Thailand, but it’s also one of the most authentic areas to explore. In this post, I get into the nitty-gritty and talk about how to plan a trip and explore the region. Here are six solid tips and a suggested itinerary to get you off the beaten path and into rural Thailand. This way, you’ll be able to experience the real local flavor!
Bangkok has a lot to offer but it reveals its secrets only to those with the time to explore the hidden gems of this megacity. It’s a city full of great things to do, places to eat, and bars, clubs, and sites to visit – but you have to know where to look. Here’s my insider guide that tells you just that!