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Hua Hin: Evason Six Senses

We escaped the clouds and rain of Hong Kong (it seems this year the weather is particularly bad) to the sun and blue skies of Thailand. Instead of our usual 'hang-out' places in Phuket, we decided to try something else - especially as Patrick wanted to go on a paragliding tour with 300 Peaks Paragliding… Continue reading Hua Hin: Evason Six Senses

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Khao Lak: Small sandy beach and another waterfall in the national park

A few more blog posts about Thailand before I'm back in Hong Kong... Khao Lak is famous for its national parks. We visited the Chong Fa Waterfall first, which is at the East end of the national park. Then a few days later we spent a whole day exploring the West area of the national… Continue reading Khao Lak: Small sandy beach and another waterfall in the national park

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Khao Lak: Bang Niang Market

There is not much to do in Khao Lak, besides relaxing at the beach or exploring the national park. One of the few alternatives is to visit the Bang Niang Market on a Monday, Wednesday or Saturday afternoon. Bang Niang itself, three kilometres North of Khao Lak, is a strange little place that looks a… Continue reading Khao Lak: Bang Niang Market

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Khao Lak: Chong Fa Waterfall

Staying in Khao Lak means great beaches, lots of sunshine and just a great way to relax - but it also means great nature surrounding you. Khao Lak is actually famous for its natural park. The whole park covers 125 square kilometres and runs in a west to east direction, including beaches and mountains. The… Continue reading Khao Lak: Chong Fa Waterfall