Cheapest way to Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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Hua Lamphong Train Station, Bangkok


Hua Lamphong Train Station


Train Schedule

  • Check out our full video here Lost in Cambodia
  • Get to Hua Lamphong Train Station in Bangkok, Thailand.
  • If you would like to stay overnight nearby can consider Train Guesthouse (Highly recommended)
  • Train ticket would cost you THB 48 / MYR 6 / USD 1.50
  • It scheduled 5.45AM daily.
  • Train tickets available for purchase on daily basis (No need for pre-booking)
  • 6 hours – 7 hours train ride.
  • Third Class Train.
  • No A/C.
  • Local food vendor will sell various food in the train.
  • Multiple stops along the way.
  • Last stop at Aranyaprathet Train Station, Thailand.
  • Take Tuk Tuk to the Thailand Border (15 Minutes Drive) cost THB 80 /  MYR 10 / USD 2.30
  • Cross the Thailand – Cambodia Bridge.
  • Avoid all touts and VISA scams along the way.
  • Go through Immigration (Visa & Non – Visa).
  • Private Cab Ride (USD 40).
  • 2 hours drive to Siem Reap, Cambodia.
  • They will drop you off to a Tuk Tuk Driver
  • Tuk Tuk Driver will tell you it’s free of charge but they will want you to use their service or they will charge you USD 5
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Platform 6

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Saying goodbye to her family






Sunrise Silhouette. 



Ta Phrom Temple


Ta From Temple (One of the scene in Tomb Raider was shot here)




  • Sun starts to rise at 5.30AM.
  • Get your entrance ticket for USD 37.
  • Some locals will ask you to buy long pants for Angkor Wat visit. (Shorts are allowed).
  • Tuk Tuk ride to Angkor Wat normally cost around USD 15 – USD 20.
  • You can get a guide in Angkor Wat or your Tuk Tuk will brief you the history of Angkor Wat and some other temples around it.
  • Food in of Angkor Wat are normally expensive (One fried noodle would cost around USD 6)
  • Visit some other nearby temples (Not just Angkor Wat)
  • Check out Central Hostel in Siem Reap for accommodation (Highly Recommended)

Places to visit in Siem Reap, Cambodia.



  • Siem Reap night life
  • Shopping heaven
  • Make sure you visit Angkor What! Bar.
  • Pub Crawl Available
  • Exotic food (Scorpion, Snakes for you try
  • Night Market
  • Try Khmer noodles on the street
  • Cheap beers & liquors
  • Do not give money to the young kids who begged on the street.

Pub Street


One Dollar Fried Noodle

  • They have plenty stalls along Pub Street Area.
  • This particular stall is my favorite.
  • Try their one dollar vegetarian fried noodle.


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  • Do visit the country side of Siem Reap.
  • Can book with the local tour or rent a bike on your own.



These kids are getting last few pieces of snails


Catching fishes at the Paddy Field






This family saved my day! Check out my video for more details!


Lost while searching for the sunset spot.

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They offered me this for free.


Uncle Mech


Uncle Mech’s Mum






Route 1095 (Chiang Mai – Pai)

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Wat Chendi Luang

  • There are plenty temples to visit in Chiang Mai.
  • If you have limited time, do visit Wat Chendi Luang.
  • Located in the vicinity of Chiang Mai old town.
  • It was built in the 14th Century.
  • You can easily chat with the local monks here and most of them can speak English well.
  • Entrance fee is 40 THB / MYR 5/ USD 1

Pai, Thailand

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Route 1095

  • Motorbike Rent  200 THB / MYR 25 / USD 6 (24 HRS)
  • Full fuel tank 100 THB / MYR 12.50 / USD 3 
  • About 3 – 3.5 HRS journey to Pai from Chiang Mai. 
  • Do WAZE / GPS your destination before your start riding because the internet line could get pretty bad in the mountainous area.
  • Always wear your helmet.
  • There are minivan and bus services to Pai as well.
  • This is not a beginner friendly motorbike / scooter ride.
  • Uphill mountainous road with sharp corner turn.
  • Always fill up your tank when it show two bars or less.
  • Gasoline are available at most roadside local store.
  • Do not use Kiosk Gasoline by the roadside (Normally dried up)
  • There are many guesthouses and homestay along the way.
  • Occasionally, there will be military road block. Nothing to worry about.
  • It might get very chilly on your way to the top.

Pai Canyon


Pai Canyon


Aerial View of Pai Canyon. 

  • Free Entrance.
  • Sunrise location.
  • Be careful of the ridges.

Long Neck Tribe

  • Long Neck Tribe Village in Pai, Thailand. 
  • Small road on the left after the White Buddha entrance, follow the signboard.
  • Entrance is 100 THB / MYR 12.50 / USD 3

Tuku Didgeridoo Band



Tuku Didgeridoo Band in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Koleang Boat Noodle in Chiang Mai


Ko Leang Boat Noodle. 



  • Delicious and cheap boat noodle in Chiang Mai.
  • Open daytime only.

Tips when traveling to Chiang Mai & Pai, Thailand.

  • There are many tours services available in town and always ask for discount.
  • You can visit Doi Inthanon Park, White Temple in Chiang Rai, the Golden Triangle and many more.
  • Night market are within walking distance.
  • Do spent more time in Pai if you love nature and mountains.

Ayutthaya Historical Park

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One Day Trip to Ayutthaya Historical Park.

  • Check out our video here Ayutthaya Historical Park
  • It’s about an hour drive from Bangkok, Thailand. 
  • We GRAB a cab to bring us there and drove us around for the day. (2000 THB / MYR 250 / USD 58)
  • There are train and buses services as well.
  • You could check another alternative here How to get to Ayutthaya by Travel Fish.



  • Entrance fee for most temples is 50 THB / MYR 6 / USD 1.50.
  • You can get 220 THB / MYR 27.50 / USD 6 for 6 temples ticket as well.
  • You can get around Ayutthaya by bicycle, scooter or hire a Tuk Tuk driver.





Wat Si Sanphet


Wat Mahathat


Smilling Buddha (Wat Lokayasutharam)


  • Entrance fee for Wat Yai Chai Mongkol is THB 20 / MYR2.50 / USD 0.50.

Best Iced Thai Tea Ever! 

Check them out here Malakor Kitchen & Cafe

Tips when travel to Ayutthaya Historical Park,

  • There are floating markets in Ayutthaya and I would suggest you to skip it.
  • Go early if you want to explore more of Ayutthaya because it is massive ruins and temples.
  • There are more than just one ruins to visit.
  • Always bargain with the Tuk Tuk driver.
  • There are many elephant rides and tours available in Ayutthaya. PLEASE DON’T RIDE THEM.

Koh Phangan (Full Moon Party)

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We planned a trip to Koh Phangan, Thailand. Obviously for the Full Moon Party. We heard a lot of crazy stories about it and decided to find it out.

Getting There

  • Book a flight to Koh Samui then take a ferry ride to Koh Phangan (More Expensive Option)
  • Book a flight to Surat Thani,  then about an hour bus/van ride to the Don Sak Pier then ferry ride to Koh Phangan (If you flying from Malaysia, choose this route and it would save you a lot of time and more affordable)
  • Get to Bangkok, book a bus + ferry tickets to Koh Phangan. Remember to book your ticket online if it is a peak season. We booked our tickets from 12go Asia Website. (About 1379 THB / MYR 173 / USD 40 inclusive of online booking fee)



Check In at Lomprayah Bus & Ferry Boat Services at Khao San Road, Bangkok


Waiting (30 Minutes) for the Lomprayah Bus at Khao San Road, Bangkok.


The bus was kinda warm throughout our trip tho. Maybe because it was packed. 


Toilet Break. 


Lomprayah Double Decker Bus. 



We arrived around 5am at the pier (2 hrs prior to boat departure)


Finally on the way to our boat (You will have to check in at the counter office at the pier)

Ang Thong Marine Park (Full Day Boat Trip)

  • Booked from Orion Boat Cruise.
  • 2000 THB / MYR 250 / USD 58
  • Inclusive of snorkeling, Blue Lagoon viewpoint,  kayaking around the island and Mu Ko Ang Thong Marine National Park viewpoint
  • Inclusive breakfast, lunch and tea break
  • Waterproof bag provided (To be return at the end of the day)
  • Free pick up from hotel

Orion Boat Cruise


Top deck with diving board and slide


Snorkeling Area (About an hour boat journey)


Snorkel Spot


Lunch after snorkeled


Blue Lagoon (15 minutes – staircase)


30 – 45 minutes kayaking along the island.


Ang Thong Marine Park Viewpoint


Enjoy the sunset back to Koh Phangan

Full Moon Party (Haad Rin Beach)

  • You can check the schedule of the full moon party online here Full Moon Party Schedule before you book your ticket.
  • Ticket is around 100 THB / MYR 12 / USD 3. 
  • You can purchase the ticket at the entrance.
  • It starts at late evening but do not worry if you’re late cause they would party till sunrise.
  • If you missed it, there are actually Half Moon Party and Dark Moon Party available.
  • There are many bars and clubs playing along Haad Rin Beach. You could walk along the beach and find your favorite tracks to dance to.
  • There are many events going on such as fire dance, fire ropes and swings and some slides.
  • Do watch out for drunkards.
  • Bring necessary valuables only.
  • Go get yourself some neon or bright full moon party tanks or shirts and maybe some neon paints.
  • Party responsibly and be safe.
  • Get a Tuk Tuk to and from your place.

Full Moon Party



Cheap Alcohols


Fire Dance 


I do not know this guy. 

Sunset at Haad Yao Beach

  • About 20 minutes drive from Thong Sala. 
  • There are couple restaurants available there to dine in. (Check on TripAdvisor)
  • You could walk along the beach for free and enjoying the evening chill vibes there.

Sunset at Haad Yao

Muay Thai Boxing (Kobra Stadium)

  • Located in Thong Sala
  • There are many other Muay Thai boxing stadium available in Koh Phangan. 
  • 600 THB/ MYR 75 / USD 17 for normal tickets.
  • 800 THB/ MYR 100 / USD 23 for front seaters.
  • Starts at 9.30PM (Normally they would start when there are more crowds so do expect some delay)
  • 5 Fights in one night.

Boxing Night


They normally saved the best fight for last.

Koh Ma Island

  • About 35 minutes bike ride from Thong Sala.
  • Koh Ma Island connected to Mae Haad Beach by bars of sands.
  • You can park your bike at the local restaurant and walk to the beach (Free)
  • You could explore the island on your own and snorkel around it.

Koh Ma Island Aerial View.


Sand Bar

Surat Thani, Thailand.

  • We took the boat ride from Thong Sala Pier to Don Sak Pier in  Surat Thani, Thailand.
  • We stayed overnight there for our flight back to Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 100% recommend you guys to stay here My Place Hotel in Surat Thani. 
  • They have one of the best customer service so far for a budget hotel.
  • They welcomed us with iced cold tea to quenched our thirst.
  • Friendly staff.
  • This place is walking distance to the local night market.
  • You can book shuttle bus to airport from here as well.



Greeting notice from our room.


Free postcard for you to bring back



  • If you up to some crazy slide and party, go to Slip N Fly and check them out. They do offered a packaged ticket with Full Moon Party. 
  • There are night market located in Thong Sala.
  • If you have plenty of time in Koh Phangan, you can visit the Phaeng Waterfall, Paradise waterfall & Than Sadet Waterfall National Park.
  • If you are here for the Full Moon Party, be prepared for the hike in price of almost everything.
  • There will be a lot of other travelers, tourists and backpackers too.
  • Make sure you book your boat tickets in advance because it normally sold out during peak season.
  • Always be ready with your sun block. It can get very hot and humid in the day.
  • Renting a bike in Koh Phangan normally costs around 200 THB / MYR 25 / USD 6.