Thailand was my first solo international trip. It was my first window into the world of traveling and backpackers and hostels and not knowing where would I sleep the next day.
Thailand was absolutely gorgeous, marvelously racist at times, and enriching with delicious food.
I met some amazing people, ran away from obnoxious ones, admired some beautiful temples, found precious stones in dazzling night markets, stayed overnight in the gigantic national park of Thailand, played around with elephants (about which a fellow traveler has written about), devoured some juicy seafood, enjoyed the bunk beds of the hostels, walked through the red light areas, got mesmerized by the strength of pole dancers dancing in street-side pubs and bars, drowned with my best friend in a swimming pool and beer, and happily but unknowingly overstayed my visa.
Thailand showed me the best and the worst.
Hope this photo essay takes you through the wilderness and beauty of Thailand.
Also Read: Traveling Through Thailand – And Realizing What Was Wrong With Me.
Is there any place that you visited on your Thailand travel and whose fragrance still lingers around you? Would love to hear about it 🙂
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2 thoughts on “Wild and Beautiful Thailand – In a Photo Essay”
Nice shots Priyanka! I have been to Thailand more times than I can count LOL. Amazing spot that is fun and also unearths all types of emotions. Land of Smiles that may make you cry sometimes too hahahaha.
True Ryan. It is an amazing place. Thanks for stopping by 🙂