Hua Hin probably is the easiest gate-away from Bangkok. Hua Hin is a good choice when you wanna escape to the seaside from the metropolis. It’s just a bit further from Bangkok than Pattaya but the atmosphere in Hua Hin is way nicer, to my mind. Read more >>>
In case someone will need it one day.
Hopefully these several lines below will save you a lot of your precious time in searching for a place to make a stamp in Thailand.
So, if you need to make a rubber stamp then you should go to the next spots: Read more >>>
There is a small building which looks like traditional Thai house or Buddhist temple on a pillar with statues of people and animals inside and food and drink offering outside almost in front of every house, cafe, hotel in Thailand. That’s spirit houses (saan phra phum). Read more >>>
There are many trees in Thailand with colorful strips around their bodies. Usually, there is such a tree in any Buddhist Wat (outside of course). But then, they are not only at Wat’s territories – trees with ribbons could be found along roads, in parks or forests. Read more >>>
My second visa-run in Thailand was from Koh Samui to Malaysian border. Travel agencies suggest to take you there and back for 1600 Bath what is too expensive. But I have to mention that 2 meals included and you will be back to your place at Koh Samui the same day – what’s impossible when you go by yourself with public buses. Read more >>>