Tag: beaches

Koh Kradan. Living in a cookie jar.

Thailand is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Trang is one of the most beautiful provinces of this country. Koh Kradan is always mentioned by Thai people as the most beautiful island in Trang. I checked it myself, and I think they are right.  The feeling you get when you first set […]



Koh Hingham. Of Curse!

Koh Hingham is a tiny unsettled island next door to Koh Lipe. None would have ever troubled to visit it unless Mother Nature had not adorned it with precious stones. Precious, indeed, since Gods – precisely the God of Tarutao – put a spell on any guest who would have attempted to take even the […]



Than Yong Po Cape. Thundering silence.

Considering the largely accepted definition of a touristic destination, this one does not fit in at all. There is no good accommodation, seafood or water sports in Than Yong Po. You can instead admire the extremely beautiful sunsets over the Tarutao National Park, plus millions of rocks encrusted with precious shells. A magical silence reigns […]



Koh Lipe. Sexy Blue.

I was planning to stay for two days on Koh Lipe and I ended up pulling a gigantic effort into finally leaving after four. I have heard of worst cases. Some people arrived for a week and stayed for six months or even six years. This island seems to have a huge magnet buried in […]



Cities in Thailand: Songkhla

Iam not too crazy about cities, but here I would gladly return anytime. Songkhla is a mystery which I find difficult to understand and explain. This mystery comes from the name of the town. Some sources say Songkhla derives from the two islands neighboring the port — years ago while coming from the South, a […]