KOH TAO

Koh Tao is by far my favorite island in Thailand! It has gorgeous hikes, views and beaches. My TOP 3 activities in Koh Tao: 1. Scuba Diving 2. Viewpoint and Beaches 3. Walk the Town by the Ferry Scuba Diving Fun fact about me, I love scuba diving! The scuba diving in Koh Tao is…

KOH PHANGAN

It took me about two weeks of being in Thailand to be able to pronounce this island correctly. The locals couldn’t get enough of me trying my hardest to remember the name, but I’ll have you know that I finally got it! ūüėČ Koh Phangan is famous for its full-moon parties that are held each…

KOH PHI PHI

Koh Phi Phi is known for its beauty. As the ferry pulls up to the island you can see the limestone walls standing straight from the ocean, covered in greenery. The water is crystal blue, and so clear that you can see the fish swimming around underneath you. It is without a doubt one of…

PHUKET

Phuket is a relatively large island off the west coast of Thailand. It offers beautiful beaches, waves and viewpoints. In my opinion here are the 4 BEST spots in Phuket: 1. Kata Viewpoint 2. Karon Beach 3. Kata Beach¬† 4. Patong Beach Kata Viewpoint Kata viewpoint gives you a great view over Kata Beach and…

CHIANG MAI

“I LOVE CHIANG MAI” said anyone who I has ever visited. Chiang Mai is a relaxed city located in northern Thailand and is the second biggest city after Bangkok. The city¬†is surrounded by jungle, mountains, farming and contains a rich history! Here is a list of my 5 FAVORITE things to do in Chiang Mai:…

BANGKOK

Bangkok is a bustling city, with very interesting foods and many things to see, including amazingly detailed temples. Here is a list of what I thought were the 5 BEST STIES to see: 1. The Grand¬†Palace and Wat Pho 2. The Golden Mountain 3. Koh San Road 4. Night Market 5. Floating Market¬† Grand¬†Palace and…

BackPacking Route

If you are thinking about a trip to Thailand, then I say go for it! It is a beautiful country filled with wonderful people, a lively culture and some of the most gorgeous sites you have ever seen. Oh yeah, and did I mention that the average water temperature is in the ballpark of 85…