This section has all my blog entries an tips for backpacking in Thailand. Thailand was the first place I properly went backpacking to, and I have traveled there a fair few times since. Thailand is my favorite country I have visited so far, I love the local culture, the backpacking scene, food and climate.


Four different ways to get to Cambodia from Bangkok explained.


What can you achieve with one day in Thailand? Find out!

Save money on the transfer = more money to spend!

The cheapest way from Phuket Airport to the Phuket Beaches.

Koh Lipe is well worth the trip

Tips on how to go from Koh Lanta to Koh Lipe in Thailand.

Catch This Bus to Phuket Town

How to get to Koh Lanta from Phuket for less than 300 THB.

The ferry leg of the trip from Bangkok to Koh Samui

A backpackers guide to the different ways of getting from Bangkok to Koh Samui.

Tickets to Phuket can be Purchased on Khaosan Road, Bangkok

Travel tips on how to get from Bangkok to Phuket in Thailand.

Maya Bay, Phi Phi Leh

A collection of some of the best beaches that Thailand has to offer.

Lipe Beach Resort Koh Lipe

Upon arriving at Koh Lipe coming on the ferry from Langkawi in Malaysia, Lipe Beach Resort was the first out of two places I stayed on the island, which is now one of my favorite in Thailand. The resort is located towards the quieter north end of Sunrise Beach, but the island is so small that it’s not too hard to walk to anywhere on Koh Lipe from here. All the accommodation here is beach huts, but they do have slightly varying standards of huts. What I’m reviewing…

This is the very first backpacker accommodation review I am writing on my travel website, I thought I would choose the Top Inn Bangkok, since I have stayed there a multitude of times and know the Khaosan Road area and this hotel quite well. Top Inn is a budget guesthouse for Khaosan Road backpackers, nowhere near as large or lively as some of the other options in the Bangkok backpacker area, such as the famous D&D inn or Buddy Lodge, but it is smaller, cheaper, quieter, and just…