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Travelogues Thailand

Travel reports about vacations in Thailand

Our Thailand travelogues are extended travel stories about off the beaten track vacations in Thailand. There are 6 travel reports from holidays in Thailand. These travel journals are illustrated with 151 photos. Each travelogue has a separate page with independent travel information about Thailand.

Green Thailand

We slither through the jungle on rocky paths

Travelogue Green Thailand with 24 photos
The Royal Palace in Bangkok is all pomp and circumstance. Boat trips on the canals take you along wooden houses and a floating market. In Ayuthaya and Chiang Mai are remains of impressive temples. On a jungle trek we slither along chasms, waterfalls and mountain villages. Karaoke ships sail near the Bridge on the river Kwai. You can spend the night in a floating bamboo hut or in a treehouse in Khao Sok National Park. And finally we relax on the peninsula of Phuket. 24 photos.
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Travel story & photos: Johan Siegers

Crisscrossing Thailand

Temples, markets, jungle and a bounty island

Travelogue Crisscrossing Thailand with 43 photos
From Bangkok (palace and temples) to Ko Hai Witte (white beaches, palmtrees and green hills). From Chiang Mai (temples) to Bo Sang (umbrellas), Mae Rim (petting tigers), Mae Ping (on elephantback through the jungle) and minority villages. By way of Sukhothai (temples) to Nong Khai (boat trip on the Mekong and sculpture park Sala Kaew Ku). In Lopburi monkeys have made San Phra Kan their home. From Pak Chong (bat cave) to Khao Yai National Park. 43 photos.
Crisscrossing Thailand travel information

Travel story: Jan Noot. Photos: Septima Bramer & Jan Noot

Thailand from South to North

Gold, lots of gold in the temples

Travelogue Thailand from South to North with 30 photos
After Bangkok, the floating market in Damnoen Saduak, the Bridge over the River Kwai and Ayutthaya via Phitsanulok and Sukhothai northward. From Chiang Rai a boat trip on the Mekong River and a visit to mountain tribes. Via Sankaem-paeng, where they paint parasols, to Chiang Mai for a jungle trek on elephant back, bamboo raft and ox wagon. Back in the south, recuperating in the fishermen's town of Hua-Hin on the Gulf of Siam (Gulf of Thailand). 30 photos.
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Travel story & photos: Hans van der Ham

Bicycle vacation Thailand

From Bangkok to Singapore by bicycle (I)

Travelogue Bicycle vacation Thailand with 12 photos
Bicycling in crowded Bangkok, along wharfs where boats are built by hand, between plantations with rubber, palm and banana trees and along touristic beach resorts. Crowded and noisy towns where one meets no western tourists, and remote beaches where a bucket serves as shower. 12 photos.
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Travel story & photos: Aart Dijkzeul

Bicycle vacation North Thailand

Bicycling along the Mekong River is pure joy

Travelogue Bicycle vacation North Thailand with 18 photos
Bicycling in North Thailand: from Chiang Mai, where every temple tries to outdo the others with shiny goldpaint, through green hills via Doi Mae Salong in the mountainous Golden Triangle to Mae Sai, the most northern part of Thailand. Then along the Mekong River to Chiang Saen for the ferry crossing to Laos. 18 photos.
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Travel story & photos: Aart & Gerrie Dijkzeul


Gold Buddhas and tough guards

Travelogue North-Thailand with 24 photos
In Ayutthaya, Phitsanulok and Bangkok sit and lie enormous Buddha statues. Often made of gold. Dangerous-looking guards keep demons away from the buildings that hold Buddha reliquies. But Thailand has more to offer. That's a good thing because, after all, how many temples can you visit before they all start to look the same? There are beautiful landscapes, floating markets, the River Kwai and interesting mountain people. You can travel around by boat, ox cart, bicycle taxi or elephant. 24 photos.
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Travel story & photos: Angélique Woudenberg

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Via online reservation systems like À la Carte Vacations you can book airline tickets, hotels, rental cars and holiday houses. You can build a fly-drive itinerary with maximum flexibility, book a flight plus a hotel hotel for a night or weekend. Prices for hotels and car rental is usually much lower then what you pay at a travel store or at the location.

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