Sak Yant Tattoo in Thailand: All You Need to Know Before You Go
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by Avantika
1w ago
The moment I learnt about Sak Yant tattoo Thailand while researching for my trip, I knew this was something I’d be interested in. As a tattoo enthusiast and a spiritual seeker, this aligned with my interests perfectly. And just as fate would have it, I met Ian of Where Sidewalks End at a conference in Phuket and that sealed the deal! Where Sidewalks End is a travel company that offers unique, cultural and immersive tours around the world that you are unlikely to find anywhere else. They partner with locals directly to make a positive impact on the local economy through responsible tourism. Eve ..read more
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4 Places for Kayaking in Thailand You Need to Know About
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by Avantika
1w ago
As much as the “Land of Smiles” is about ornate Thai temples, unique culture and delectable Thai cuisine, the water activities in Thailand are also a class apart. Almost any island in Thailand you go to, you will get the chance to rent out a kayak and paddle to your heart’s glory as I did. But there are a few destinations for kayaking in Thailand that I sincerely believe are worth going out of your way for. This guide to kayaking in Thailand compiles some of the best kayaking destinations in the country, catering to paddlers of all experience levels. From navigating emerald lagoons to traversi ..read more
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Maafushi Island, Maldives: Ultimate 2024 Travel Guide
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by Avantika
2w ago
Maafushi is one of the 1200 islands that make up the country of Maldives. Located in the South Male Atoll in the Indian Ocean, Maafushi is a small island with just 1.5 kilometres in length and 400 meters in width! It is one of the 200 local islands in the country open to tourists, and one of the most tourist friendly in my opinion, as you’ll see further in this Maafushi Island travel guide. Despite its small size, Maafushi has a diverse range of accommodation options to suit every budget and preference, and other amenities including spas, restaurants serving delectable cuisine, and thrilling w ..read more
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Scentopia: A Must Do Activity in Sentosa, Singapore
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by Avantika
1M ago
My only association with Singapore so far is my 6 hours layover at Changi Airport while flying Singapore Airlines to Australia, on a trip to visit family back in 2015. That, and the money I lost to scammers selling me “tickets” to Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in Singapore. I know, that’s not enough association. Guilty as charged. But I have seen and heard of Singapore enough thanks to Instagram influencers to know that the country’s futuristic gardens, unique food culture and pristine islands like Sentosa Island fascinate me. So when Scentopia Sentosa reached out to me to check if I’d be intereste ..read more
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11 Best Day Trips from Bangkok to Escape the Crowds
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by Avantika
2M ago
Through my 2 month long backpacking trip in Thailand, I stayed in Bangkok for a full week. It became a place for me to slow down and relax after the non stop travel around the southern parts of the country. So I didn’t do a lot here: explored a 24 hour Bangkok itinerary with the TAGTHAi Pass, ate a lot and also explored some of the best day trips from Bangkok. Bangkok was anyway too fast for my liking so the only way to escape the bustling streets of the city would be by embarking on unforgettable day trips from Bangkok. This guide to the best day trips from Bangkok (as recommended by fellow t ..read more
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Koh Yao Noi Travel Guide: An Offbeat Thai Adventure
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by Nanaki Randhawa
2M ago
Koh Yao Noi was the island I went to after Koh Lipe. After a rather quiet and peaceful time at Koh Libong, Koh Lipe felt like a sensory overload with too many people all the time, everywhere. So, I quite needed a change of scenery once again and that’s how I stumbled to Koh Yao Noi: the right place at the right time (as you’ll see further in this Koh Yao Noi travel guide!) Koh Yao Noi, located in the Phang Nga province, is the perfect place for a solo offbeat adventure. It’s one of those islands in Thailand which haven’t succumbed to mass tourism yet, but are still interesting enough to offer ..read more
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Surfing in Mulki, Karnataka: All You Need to Know
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by Avantika
3M ago
Many years ago, while writing for an Indian adventure travel portal, I came across surfing in Mulki. Back then, there was very little information online about Mulki. But from what I heard through the Instagrams of India’s top surfers like Rammohan Paranjape and Ishita Malviya, I quietly put surfing in Mulki on my bucket list. And without realising, years went by and suddenly the Mulki surfing scene boomed. My first tryst with surfing was in Sri Lanka towards the end of 2023. On my one month adventure across the country, I went to Welligama on the south coast to learn to catch waves. But the fo ..read more
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Castaway Resort: Best Place to Stay in Koh Lipe
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by Nanaki Randhawa
4M ago
Koh Lipe is located in the Satun province of Thailand, in the deep south in the depths of the beautiful Andaman Sea. Koh Lipe is a small piece of land nestled in the Adang-Rawi Archipelago of the Strait of Malacca, and it is relatively calmer and quieter compared to other Thai islands like Koh Phi Phi, Phuket etc. Koh Lipe offers a range of exciting activities including diving, kayaking, snorkelling and a lot more. It remains mostly undisturbed, surrounded by beautiful clear waters and the beaches in Koh Lipe are breathtaking too – including Pattaya Beach, Sunset Beach, and of course – Sunrise ..read more
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Driving A Tuktuk In Sri Lanka (+Discount Code Inside!)
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by Avantika
4M ago
My first time visiting Sri Lanka was nothing short of adventurous. I hiked Adam Peak, a treacherously steep mountain through the night to catch the sunrise, I climbed down the Nil Diya Pokhuna Cave in Ella to swim in a refreshingly cool natural pool, rode through the famous B35 Road near Yala National Park to see wild elephants, climbed up the narrow and dangerously high steps of Ambuluwawa Tower and – just to name a few incredible experiences of my month long trip in Sri Lanka. But the one thing that made my entire trip stand out was the fact that I rented and self drove a tuktuk (or auto ric ..read more
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Koh Libong Travel Guide: A Step Back In Time
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by Nanaki Randhawa
4M ago
I found out about Koh Libong while looking for really quiet, offbeat islands. After spending five days networking with people in a travel conference in Phuket and then 10 days in Koh Lanta where I met more white people than I did Thai, I wanted to slow down a bit and take it easy. That is how this Koh Libong travel guide came to be! Located in the Trang province, Koh Libong is the perfect place for intrepid travellers. It is a far cry from Thailand’s other glittering, tourist-filled islands. There are no Seven-Elevens here, and no bars with pool tables or sports bars with big screens streaming ..read more
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