If you've made your way through Thailand and discover yourself on the eastern side of Phang Nga Bay and the Andaman Sea, north of Phi Phi Island and east of the Koh Yao Islands, then you'll most likely be in the vicinity of Krabi, Thailand. And if you've made your way to nearby Krabi town, then do yourself a favor and plan to hike the Tiger Cave Temple all the way to the top! It's an incredible experience, one you're sure to never forget.
The highlight of your visit is the climb to the top of the mountain, where a massive golden Buddha statue and walking platform sits directly on top of the mountain and gives you an amazing 360 view of the countryside around you!
Today I'm featuring an article by the lovely Kate over at More Native than the Natives Blog!
When Kate lived in Paris, she loved wandering around different museums. Find out her favorites here…
Upon planning our first trip to SE Asia, I was a little overwhelmed. Trying to explore a large corner of the world, with a culture that is completely different from my own, and with a myriad of places to see, left my head spinning. My Pinterest travel page filled up rapidly. I looked at my husband and told him, "We're going to need at least 6 months to see all of these places in Asia!" Well, unfortunately, spending six months traveling just wasn't a reality for either of us.
My first confession for you is that I went to SE Asia and did NOT go to Halong Bay or Angkor Wat. For that reason, you won't find them on this list. Crazy, right?! I mean, these places are established as two of the biggest wonders of the WORLD, let alone the region of Southeast Asia!
Emily & Jet: Our travel is modest, but packed with adventure. Cheap, but not hostel-cheap. Romantic, but exciting and memorable. We take little, but grand, adventures together to grow in love and life experience.