A beautiful trip to an island off the coast of Hiroshima and a visit of its incessant deer and beautiful shrines on the edge of the sea.
272 steps swarming with monkeys up to the limestone Batu Caves.
We had a day and a half in Chiang Mai. (Two days for me since I would leave the tour and go back to Seoul after the rest of my tour group continued on their way to Bangkok). After checking into our hotel (Chiang Mai Gate Hotel, across from which we had our laundry done [...]
Leaving the boat family and after a night in a border city of Thailand we headed towards Chiang Mai. On the way we stopped at the White Temple in Chiang Rai. A beautiful intricate temple created by Thai artist, Chalermchai Kositpipat. The temple opened in 1997 and isn't expected to be completed until 2070. Chalermchai [...]
In Luang Prabang there is one great spot to get a view of the city and that is Mount Phou Si. When we decided we wanted to see the top of Mount Phou Si at sunset I was dying a bit. Not sick, just overly exhausted from days of almost constant travel without tons of [...]
There are a lot of temples in Luang Prabang to check out but with our dwindling time I only had time to visit one, so I picked the one our local guide and CEO both suggested. Wat Xieng Thong opened in 1560 and during the monarchy times of Laos this temple is where the crowing ceremonies [...]
After our journey to the waterfall we returned to downtown Luang Prabang and split up to do some touristy things, like visit the Royal Palace also known as the National Museum. The museum grounds are big with a variety of things to see depending on when you go. I spent the majority of my time [...]