My favorite cities in Thailand

Thailand was a life changing trip for me, and it changed my view of the world forever.  If you ever get the chance to go to Thailand, don't think... just go! 

Bangkok City

Enjoy the amazing City of Bankok,Thailand.  Visit the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the oldest and largest temple in the city.  Trust me this Buddha is worth seeing and is over 150ft long.  Spend some time in Chinatown packed with street vendors and restaurants.  Donbe be worried about eating off of the food carts, we did and it was amazing!  Visit the serene Wat Po, a beautiful site!


Animal Sanctuary

Our day at the animal sanctuary in Kanchanaburi was one I will never forget.  All of the animals at the sanctuary were rescued from horrible situations and all workers were volunteers from around the world.  It was amazing to see people come together to help these animals.

Being able to hold these majestic animals was a once in a lifetime experience.

Being able to hold these majestic animals was a once in a lifetime experience.



Floating Market

As you travel southwest out of Bankok and leave the city to head to Kanchanabury, stop at the amazing vibrant Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.  Hundreds of local farmers and natives sell their goods on Sampan boats. If you can imagine it, it is sold on a boat.  If you go, eat Pad Thai off a boat.  It may ruin Pad Thai for the rest of your life, nothing will ever compare!


River Kwai

Another beautiful stop is the tone bridge at the River Kwai.  We happened to be there at sunset and it was beauriful.  The bridge got famous from the book and film, "Bridge on the River Kwai".



Ayutthaya, is the second Siamese capital after Sukhothai for over 400 years, once glorified as the largest city in Southeast Asia.  Visit all the ancient ruins, they are beautiful.  You will find the remains of the former capital and all of its grandeur.

If this hasn’t convinced you to go to Thailand, email me and I will try harder! I promise you, you will never regret it!