Far and away, the craziest market we visited in Bangkok was Chatuchak Weekend Market. With over 15,000 stalls, that sell just about everything you could ever think of.
Explore the most popular floating market in Bangkok – Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and get a glimpse into a completely different way of life in Thailand.
The Maeklong Railway Market is a traditional Thai market, that sells fresh food, fruits and vegetables. There’s just one thing though – it is located right on a train line!
Bangkok is truly a place where anything goes. Where you will find a completely different vibe depending on what street you walk down.
With sky high roof top bars overlooking epic panoramic views of the city, ancient intricate temples covered in beautiful carvings and markets galore, Bangkok really has everything.
Laos is a beautifully unique and diverse country, brimming with cascading waterfalls, mountain ranges, wildlife encounters and lying along the Mekong River.
Look no further than My Dream Boutique Resort for a fantastic luxury experience in Luang Prabang.
Two of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful waterfalls are only a short tuk tuk ride away from the centre of Luang Prabang – Kuang Si and Tad Sea Waterfall.
Tak Bat is an incredibly special and sacred Buddhist tradition that occurs all throughout Laos. One of the most popular and accessible places to experience this tradition is in Luang Prabang.
If you’re looking for charming and authentic in Southeast Asia, look no further than the UNESCO World Heritage town of Luang Prabang. This little town is packed with hidden gems that could have you exploring the town for days longer than you expected!
Overflowing with natural beauty, friendly locals, delicious local cuisine and beautiful temples, Loas is not a country you should overlook in your Southeast Asia travels.
Phnom Penh might just look like another city in Southeast Asia, but it is actually full of secret attractions, hidden highlights and historical attractions that will fill up your day before you know it.