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Hua Hin, Thailand – Rainy Season Plan B!

Marrakesh Resort and Spa - Hua Hin, Thailand

We originally planned to drive down to Koh Samui for a 7 day visit, but the weather was not cooperating with us! Rain was in the forecast every day, much of it very heavy. Not only would that make the island stay less pleasant, the drive could be treacherous. Continue reading Hua Hin, Thailand – Rainy Season Plan B!

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Bangkok’s Siam Park City Amusement Park

Siam Park City Amusement Park - Bangkok, Thailand

Siam Park City is a large amusement park and water park located on Seri Thai Road in the Khan Na Yao district of Bangkok. The park has many rides and roller coasters, including the spectacular Vortex, one of the world’s two largest suspended looping roller coasters. In the water park, Siam Park City has the world’s largest wave pool, certified by Guinness World Records. Continue reading Bangkok’s Siam Park City Amusement Park

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Hong Kong and Macau, China

Dragon's Back Trail - Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong is a city that strongly embraces the outdoor lifestyle. Combined with a comprehensive and easy to navigate public transportation system, Hong Kong is a travel destination that will please outdoor enthusiasts and city-lovers alike. Having one of the highest concentrations of restaurants per capita, you never have to spend much time in Hong Kong hunting for your next meal. Continue reading Hong Kong and Macau, China

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Singapore, Singapore

Singapore
Photo by Win Paing Soe

Days 8-13 of our 13 day, 1233 mile Bangkok to Singapore by Train trip starting in Bangkok, Thailand going all the way to Singapore.

The small island country of Singapore was founded as a British trading colony in 1819 and, since independence in 1965, has become one of the world’s most prosperous countries. Continue reading Singapore, Singapore

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Bangkok to Singapore by Train

Hua Lamphong Railway Station - Bangkok, Thailand

This exciting 1233 mile train trip starts in Bangkok, Thailand and takes you all the way to Singapore! During this unforgettable adventure, we traveled through three diverse countries: Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. We stayed in four amazing cities: Bangkok, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore. To make it even more interesting, we had to manage three different currencies: the Thai baht, the Malaysian ringgit, and the Singapore dollar. Continue reading Bangkok to Singapore by Train