Category - Adventures in Thailand

Read my travel stories about the famous Thailand tourists spots, beaches, bars and clubs, etc…

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Food Trip: Mali Restaurant – Revisited
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Clubbing at Bed Supper Club, Bangkok, Thailand
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Ayutthaya Market Photos
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Kingdom of Ayutthaya, Thailand
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How to save Taxi Fare from Suvarnabhumi Airport?
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September and October 2009 Trips
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Adventure Thailand ’09 – Fertility Cave, Pra Nang
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Adventure Thailand ’09 – Phra Nang Beach
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Adventure Thailand ’09 – Paradise Island, Krabi
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Adventure Thailand ’09 – Koh Hong Lagoon

Food Trip: Mali Restaurant – Revisited

Arrived morning in Bangkok on the 17th of September 2009, I and my friend were starving after an almost eight hour flight from Dubai.  We got to the hotel and just changed clothes and went straight to our favorite restaurant in Bangkok, where else?  Mali Restaurant.  This is the restaurant that everytime we are in Thailand, we never missed to visit.

Of course we’ve been welcomed by the American owner Peter and their very nice waiter “Joey” from Burma.

Here are some of the dishes we ordered:

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Clubbing at Bed Supper Club, Bangkok, Thailand

Bed Supper Club is a ‘dining in bed’ experience in a futuristic Jetsons like bar. The decor of the club is a shocking white, which gives the place an ambient and classy looking. The interior design and a state-of-the-art integrated sound and lighting system make Bed Supper Club a hotspot not to be missed by the elite and not so. 

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Ayutthaya Market Photos

After seeing Ayutthaya Historical Park, had a chance to see the market and all I bought was a Durian Chips which I was munching while window shopping.  Oh I almost forgot, I also bought a Hammock (Duyan in Tagalog) made from cloth for a mere THB150 ($US4.50) unfortunately never took a picture of it.

Anyway, here are some photos that you might like to see.

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Kingdom of Ayutthaya, Thailand

The trip I had last September-October 2009 in Thailand was my fourth one since the first time I went there in 2003 and this is one of the best trips I had in Thailand.  It was my first time in Chiang Mai and the historical place of Ayutthaya, the ancient city of Thailand.  The trip we had in Ayutthaya was just for a day, but it was fun.  Had a chance to ride on an elephant while touring the park (and smelled the elephant poop), seen the ancient ruins, and seen some weird looking Tuktuks, and not to mention that I took almost a thousand photos, hey I am not that photo freak okay I just love taking photos.

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How to save Taxi Fare from Suvarnabhumi Airport?

 

Do you want to save money on your taxi fare when you arrive at the Suvarnabhumi (pronounced as sùwannáp?m) Airport in Thailand?  I guess you do.

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September and October 2009 Trips

It’s been a hectic few weeks for me and hasn’t had a chance to work on my blogs.  But here I am, hoping to be inspired and to blog enthusiastically again.

My last travel, I was in Thailand for two weeks and a week in the Philippines, and visited new places in both countries.

Here are some of the places that I visited that I may discuss in the coming days or weeks:

• Food trip in Thailand
• Clubbing in Bed Supper Club
• A whole day visit in Ayuttayah
• Two day Chiang Mai Trip
• Death March in Capas, Tarlac
• Air Supply Concert

That’s all I can think of right now but definitely will think more of the places that I’ve visited last time.

The next trip will be Dubai, Istanbul, Texas, Thailand and probably Philippines (New Year in Boracay).  I know this will be a tiring trip but I know it will be worth it.

Happy trip to all!!!

me

Adventure Thailand ’09 – Fertility Cave, Pra Nang

I do apologize if some of the graphics in this article will offend someone, it is not intended to.  If I won’t publish the photos, the whole sense of this story won’t be completely narrated.  I’m sure most of my readers are matured and understanding.

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Adventure Thailand ’09 – Phra Nang Beach

Oh my, it’s been a week since I published my last blog entry.  It is difficult sometimes to write a story when you are tired, stressed and restless.  But I had to do it; I have to finish the Thailand Adventure stories because in a month’s time I will be in Thailand again. 

 

Anyway here’s my travel story in Phra Nang Beach, Krabi, Thailand.  Hope you enjoy and let me know what you think.

 

 

April 30, 2009Phra Nang beach is the last stop of our trip that day before we headed to our villa at the Sunrise Tropical Resort where we stayed on the east side of Railay Beach.  This beach in Krabi belongs to Railay peninsula, an area that can be reached only by boats, and that has three beaches. Amongst them I find this one to be the most beautiful. The sand is perfectly powdery, and the beach is surrounded by huge rocks, a beach-lovers and climbers paradise.

 

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Adventure Thailand ’09 – Paradise Island, Krabi

 

After seeing the Koh Hong Lagoon, the next stop of our Island tour that day was Paradise Island and it was probably the most beautiful Island I have ever seen in my life.  You may agree with me after seeing the photos that I took, but being there is way better.

 

En” our boatman said that the island is called Paradise Island, I don’t know if he meant it looks like a paradise or the name of the island is Paradise.  Obviously it looks and feels paradise, but after Googling it no name of Paradise Island in Thailand came out.

 

Oh well, I guess one of our readers here will comment on that but for the mean time here are some photos.

 

You may also visit Digifotoblog Gallery for more photos of my trips.  Here is the link.  Click HERE.

 

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Adventure Thailand ’09 – Koh Hong Lagoon


Koh Hong Lagoon is one of the places that we’ve been to when we were in Krabi, Thailand.  We rented a boat for the whole day and the boatman named En took us to some of the most amazing islands in Krabi.  We’ve visited Paradise Island (I am not really sure if this is the correct name but I will find out), Phra nang Cave and Koh Hong Lagoon which I will talk about in this article and a travel article won’t be complete without photos.  Yes, photos!

 

Koh Hong means Room Island, Koh means Island and Hong is room. 

 

Why did they call this Room Island?

The name “Koh Hong” came from the island’s landforms having the Limestone Mountains surrounding the sea with a channel looking like a room gate.  That is how it was called Koh Hong or Room Island.

 

More photos after the jump.

 

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