April 2015. There are a number of markets to be found scattered in and around Sangkhlaburi, including the famous Night Market in Mon Village, as well as the curious Border Market with its antique oddities by the crossing to Myanmar. I checked out the sedate Town Market near Oh Dee Hostel between Thetsaban streets one […]Read More
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April 2015. It was a warm morning in Sangkhlaburi when David and I disembarked at the largest of Khao Laem’s dotted islands. It had been an enchanting hour chugging around the ethereal waters at sunrise. We passed right by the ghostly form of a sunken temple and stopped at a secluded beach that led to […]Read More
April 2015. Even in a country famed for planet Earth’s most gorgeous temples, the Thai town of Sangkhlaburi more than holds its own with a handful of mesmerizing wats located in and around the all-encompassing Khao Laem Reservoir. The ancient and largely abandoned Wat Somdet Gao is one of them and is best accessed via a […]Read More
April 2015. The picturesque water town of Sangkhlaburi is one of my favorite places in Thailand and I’ll never forget that special WOW moment when I first laid eyes upon its stupendous wooden bridge. At 440 meters long, Saphan Mon is is the country’s longest wooden bridge, which connects the town’s mainly Thai community on […]Read More
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