Loei is one of Thailand’s most underrated provinces for tourists in terms of sheer natural beauty. It’s surrounded by imposing mountain ranges at the border with Laos – including the stunning Phu Kradueng, Phu Luang and Phu Ruea, and is also the perfect spot to take in the views of the Mekong at Chiang Khan. Loei is home to a number of hill tribes and just some incredibly beautiful landscapes. It’s also Thailand’s coldest province. (Image by Mmonthon: Creative Commons)
Thailand has long been considered one of the best budget-friendly destinations in the world. It’s safe for solo travelers, has activities for all types of adventurers and is very easy on the bank account. I wanted to share a fun-filled day that I had in Krabi, Thailand to show how easy it is to explore on as little as $20 a day. I noted how much I spent throughout the day so it’s easy to follow along. I’m still baffled by how inexpensive everything was!
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Phimai Historical Park is a treasure trove of Khmer architecture – some of which is even older than the world famous Angkor Wat in Cambodia – and its most important temple marks the end of the Ancient Khmer Highway. Although the structures were constructed for Buddhist worship, evidence of Hinduism and Animism can also be spotted here. The complex as a whole bears a striking resemblance to Angkor Wat, if on a smaller scale.
Koh Rok is the name given to the twin islands of Koh Rok Nok and Koh Rok Nai, found to the south of Koh Lanta and to the west of Koh Libong, Kradan and Muk in the Andaman Sea. Between them, the islands are home to a number of absolutely gorgeous beaches – and a host of brilliant snorkelling opportunities. Coral, sea turtles, angelfish, eels, sea snakes and anemones all inhabit Koh Rok, while the sand is super fine and super pale. (Image by dronepicr: Creative Commons)
Phetchabun is one of #Thailand's most underrated provinces when it comes to beautiful natural landscape. It's surrounded by the Phetchabun mountain range, Khao Kho National Park, Nam Nao National Park and Tat Mok National Park. There's even a 12-tier waterfall!