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This month our bloggers are going to be zooming in on two truly incredible destinations in South East Asia - Thailand, Bali and the Philippines. Our bloggers have written some insightful and interesting guides on these amazing travel destinations both of which are beloved by the backpacker set the word over. From the scenic mountain treks near Chiang Mai to the booming metropolis of Bangkok, and from the party town of Pattaya to the tropical paradise of Koh Phi Phi in the south, Thailand has something for everyone. You’ll find some amazing tips and recommendations for your next vist to Thailand - the “land of smiles”.
Bali is a stunning tropical paradise with spectacular temples, impressive Balinese architecture and breathtaking views. Denpasar, its capital is a thriving metropolis with international banks, modern buildings and a vibrant cosmopolitan atmosphere. This popular tourist destination offers visitors a truly rich cultural experience.
Terraced rice paddies, Bali, Indonesia
In recent decades, Phuket has emerged as one of Thailand’s premier resort destinations. This large island is part of a long archipelago and boasts attractive inland mountains. The tourist infrastructure here is some of Thailand’s finest, and as a result it’s well-suited for families and independent travellers alike. While the primary draw card is the beach and water sports, the island’s nightlife is also well-established-making Phuket popular with almost every brand of tourist. Find out more in our Phuket Holiday Guide.
Located in the Andaman Sea in the southwest of Thailand, Koh Phi Phi is a chain of six islands designated as a national marine park. The largest and only one of these islands permitting inhabitation is Phi Phi Don, where you can enjoy the newly developed tourist infrastructure. The unspoilt Phi Phi Ley is the second largest island and is only open for daytrips while the other four islands are very small and don’t permit visitors to go ashore. Phi Phi Don was considerably devastated by the 2004 tsunami which flattened nearly all of the buildings between its two bays. However, the island has been pleasantly redeveloped. Find out more in our Koh Phi Phi Holiday Guide.
In the Filipino province of Aklan the butterfly-shaped island of Boracay is seven kilometres long and about one kilometre wide. It’s famous for its white, sandy beaches, tropical flora and fauna, large caves, and turquoise waters which are plentifully endowed with live coral and tropical fish species. Boracay island is surrounded by coral reefs and is ideal for people who like lazying about on beach resorts as well as those who enjoy more active pursuits such as diving, water skiing, fishing, jet skiing and wind surfing. Get the low down in the Boracay Holiday Guide.