Before I first came there, I'd never had the idea to do a cooking class in Thailand. Too expensive, I thought, and probably only interesting for ambitious chefs. But when I got there I realized: You can book a cooking course almost everywhere in Thailand and it's kind of a Must-Do for any visitor. They are not that expensive and considering that you get to eat what you're cooking during the day it's a real bargain. And fun is guaranteed! See where to attend a cooking class in Chiang Mai! Mehr lesen
Bangkok - the city of temples. Even if you are not interested in religion, you should definitely pay a visit to tthe biggest temple highlights in Bangkok like the  Wat Pra Kaew or the Wat Pho. If you are near Chinatown, this is a good opportunity to see the Golden Buddha in Bangkok! Mehr lesen
When it comes to hotels I'm not a big fan of hotel chains. Not that I don't appreciate the ameneties of a bigger hotel, but in the end it still reminds me of work, as we as crews always stay there. In my vacation, I rather try to seek the unusual. And that how I stranded one day at The Memory at On On in Phuket. Mehr lesen
So I stranded in Phuket Old town last October at the wonderful The Memory at On On Hotel. After a long day of travelling and endless discussions with cab drivers over way too overpriced fares I wasn't in the mood for anything at all. But, as usual, when I'm having a hard time on the road, the next surprise is just around the corner. Mehr lesen
Is it okay to fall in love with a tourist trap like Hoi An? After traveling through the North of Vietnam, enjoying a cruise through Halong Bay, staying a few days in busy Hanoi and the calmer Hue, Hoi An gave me a totally different experience.  Mehr lesen
I started my trip to Vietnam in Hanoi - and I was genuinely surprised. I don't know what exactly impressed me, maybe it was the smooth experience at the immigration at the airport (who knew that entering a communist country would be so easy) or the curious girl selling me my first SIM card at one of the tiny airport booths. Mehr lesen
A new dimension of time I don’t know what it was. Me, being a bit tired of a 24-hour-journey, or the city having a possible hangover from the buddhist New Year’s Eve two weeks earlier. The city of Luang Prabang was amazingly calm and quiet, a tranquility I’ve never expected. And... Mehr lesen
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