Thailand

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tt1Why you should AVOID the Tiger Temple

Imagine going to Thailand and being able to not just see tigers, but pet them and take photos with them? I am sure many of you would love to experience this, which is why the Tiger Temple in Bangkok is one of Thailand’s most popular places to visit.Unfortunately, the temple is not all what it seems, as the so called sanctuary is known as being exceptionally cruel.. Read More

 


SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURESPlaying with tigers in Thailand

There is a lot of controversy over the tiger attractions in Thailand. It is a known fact that one of the most popular, the Tiger Temple abuses the animals and does not treat them properly. Fortunately they are not all like this, so I decided to visit Tiger Kingdom, where I saw no signs of abuse. Granted, it could of course happen behind the scenes that we are unaware of, but I did some research and was unable to find any red flags… Read More

 

 



Leaping into the Khwae Noi River to be carried by the water current!

Imagine jumping off a bamboo raft into a strong water current which pulls you all the way down a river and the only way to get out is by trying to latch onto a dock at the end! That is exactly what I did at Saiyoke Yai Waterfall and National Park, when I went on a huge bamboo raft which floated along the Khwae Noi river flowing through Thailand. The raft itself was being towed by a tiny boat which had a long rope attached… Read More

 

 


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My Jungle Adventure in Thailand!

On my trip I spent a day exploring the hills of Thailand. It really was a once in a  lifetime experience to be in the middle of such awe inspiring landscape. First off on my journey I travelled down the river on a bamboo raft and attempted to paddle us there, but in truth it was not an unmitigated success! Once on land we were introduced to some supremely friendly elephants, one of which kept giving me what can only be described as trunk hugs… Read More

 

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