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Over the years, Nakhon Si Thammarat, or ‘Nakhon’ in short, has become a regular stop of ours when we’re back in Thailand. What started out mostly as a courtesy to visit relatives increasingly became a love affair as our fondness of the authenticity and tranquility of the province and its people continued to grow.
Thailand is my favourite destination. Not only is it it my birthplace, it also has diversity of nature and sightseeing. I have been visiting the southern part of Thailand every winter for the past ten years and I have managed to find new places to explore each year. This winter, we went to Krabi, a province nearby Phuket, only quieter, and depending on the location you choose, less touristic.
Back when I was a student in a school in Bangkok I once went on an excursion to Kanchanaburi to experience and learn about World War II. Today, years later, my memories of Kanchanaburi mostly revolve around heat, railway tracks and “a cemetery of Western people”. Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that I would one day be back, and this time with my ‘Western’ boyfriend.
Located in the eastern part of Thailand, Koh Chang is an island famous among backpackers. There is only one main road, connecting *almost* the entire island. Perhaps, one day the road will eventually connect the island’s southern villages so people will no longer need to drive for hour(s) to get around the island.