You are tired of the cold, the rain and the sleet and only getting a few hours of sunshine in a day? Now that Christmas and the nice atmosphere around it are over winter depression is not far. But why freeze and be in a shitty mood when you can also get away for a… Read more »
Burma aka Myanmar is an extreme country. Isolated for years from the world it recently opened its borders to the world and is featured as in Top 10 travel lists for 2012 and 2013 by many international magazines. The largest country in South East Asia is undergoing big changes at the moment and is becoming… Read more »
I’m always happy to be in Bangkok, if only for a brief stopover of a few days or a whole week. This city is simply unbelievable! Insanely loud, insanely chaotic, but also crazy and exciting! What I particularly love about Bangkok is the food: from simple food stalls and cool Burger Trucks on the roadside,… Read more »
Years before I came to Thailand friends of mine told me about the Full Moon Parties they celebrated on an island. I heard funny and crazy stories, saw burn marks on the calves of jumping the fire rope and many other things… When I wrote down my adventure bucket list, I knew that I had… Read more »
Muay Thai is a sport that is becoming increasingly popular worldwide. You can find more and more Box camps in every single country. Nevertheless, it attracts every year many boxers to train Muay Thai in Thailand. But does it make sense to travel to Thailand for Muay Thai Training? 1. Thailand is always worth a… Read more »
Since I’ve lived in Bangkok for a year in 2012, Thailand is one of my favourite destinations and one I’ve come back to every year since then. Even if it’s just for a few days a year I always try to make it down south to the Krabi region! As you know from Facebook, we… Read more »
**My intern Eve returned from her trip to Thailand and had an amazing time. Today she shares her Muay Thai Bangkok experience from training in different camps in Bangkok!** —- The martial art Muay Thai is a very traditional and popular sport, which originated in Thailand. The sport is very popular in Thailand and it’s celebrated, like… Read more »
So you want to travel to Australia or New Zealand but you don’t know how to fly? I’ll tell you: Try to stop in Bangkok on the way to the east. Bangkok has it all, the exotic charm, the hectic city life, the small little back streets, weird and delicious food, friendly locals and two… Read more »
Bangkok is a great city but also a very hectic city that absorbs you and doesn’t let you go anymore. I lived in Bangkok for almost a year and can say that it is a lot of fun and craziness at the same time. Therefore I believe that if you want to see and experience… Read more »
Finally! After almost four months of writing, designing and a seemingly endless nights of work, my first ebook is out! Download NOW! Today I’m publishing the first of a series of eBook, which I want to write in the next couple of months. “One Week In…” is a series of E-guide books I will… Read more »
Khao Yai National Park is the closest National Park to Bangkok. It’s located about 3 hours northeast from the Thai capital and the perfect escape from the hectic city life in Bangkok. When entering the Park you cannot immagine the size of it. All you see is one road going into the jungle and no… Read more »
A beautiful sunset behind the Wat Pho Temple in Bangkok. The Wat Pho temple is know for it’s reclining buddha statue but also has one of the most buddha image collections of Thailand. I haven’t counted them but they say that there are more than 1.000 buddha images in the temple. Read more »
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I love the adventure and I cannot get enough from travelling! I’m happy to share my best travel tips and personal stories on Off The Path with you, so that you can travel the world like I do!