Although growing in popularity, Koh Chang is still one of Thailand’s less visited white sandy beach islands. While backpackers and holiday-makers (understandably) flock to islands such as Samui, Phi Phi and Lanta further south, Koh Chang sits relatively quiet and unspoiled in the province of Trat, just 350 kilometres from Bangkok. As most people who want to experience this idyllic slice of paradise will set off from the Thai capital, here are the easiest options for getting to Koh Chang from Bangkok.
What do you get when you mix ancient Buddhist temples, a huge pan of lasagna, and Psy? Why, a night on a Bangkok river cruise, of course! The Bangkok River Cruise on the Chao Phraya River tour takes several classic Thai experiences, throws in a bit of contemporary fun, and leaves you thoroughly entertained.
Bangkokians love to eat – and eat on the street. It’s estimated that there are nearly 500,000 street stalls in the city, satisfying the locals’ love of eating on the streets from dawn to well past midnight, from breakfast, through snacks, to dinner, dessert and perhaps that post-drinking session plate of noodles. It’s true that […]
After leading tons of friends from around the world through her hometown of Bangkok, Irene K. realized it was time to turn her passion into her profession. She started working as a Viator private guide and has never looked back. Today, Irene leads travelers through Thailand’s temples and famous sites. She organizes everything from James […]