Our total cost of travel for Laos came to 10,550,000 Kip / £1,058 for 24 days, averaging 440,000 Kip / £44 daily for two people.
7 Ways to be a good tourist at Alms Giving in Luang Prabang
To western visitors, monks in Asia are a source of fascination. In Luang Prabang tourist enthusiasm threatens to ruin the tradition of alms giving.
Hoi An Travel Guide
Hoi An is unquestionably beautiful, but there are some negatives to the city. Here's what you'll love about historic Hoi An... and what you won't!
Learning about Buddhism and meditation at Wat Suan Dok
Buddhism and meditation are important aspects of Thai culture, and while in Chiang Mai we decided to put aside some time to learning about them.
Bai Tu Long Bay Cruise: Halong Bay Without The Crowds!
Bai Tu Long Bay is a beautiful area of protected national park, part of the world-renowned Halong Bay. However, it is still a well kept secret.
Tailoring in Hoi An: Miss Forget Me Not
Tailoring in Hoi An is very famous, and every other shop you pass will be a tailor. But how do you actually get something tailored?
Rock climbing in Thakhek, Laos
The climbing in Thakhek is full of features, challenging routes, and a place to stay within a stone’s throw of the crag.
Cost of travelling in north Thailand
Thinking of travelling in North Thailand for two weeks but not sure what it will cost?
Accommodation for North Thailand - Summary
For less than £7 a night (£3.50 each) we stayed in en suite doubles in northern Thailand. Here's our summary of the rooms, and what we spent!
Getting From Thonburi Station to Hua Lamphong Station in Bangkok by bus
Getting from Thonburi Station to Hua Lamphong Station in Bangkok is easily done using bus number 40.
Visiting the Sticky Falls in Chiang Mai
The name Sticky Waterfall is actually referring to the fact that the rock over which the water is flowing is unusually grippy making it easy to climb.
Elephants World in Kanchanaburi
Elephants World’s slogan is ‘we work for the elephants’ and they’re true to their word!
Mae Ngat Dam floating houses
Mae Ngat Dam’s floating houses are essentially raft houses anchored out in the middle of a large lake in Si Lanna National Park.