Travel Photos: Thailand and Cambodia

These are long over due but luckily travel photos don’t go out of vogue :-). Late last year, my wife and I traveled to Thailand and Cambodia. We began in Bangkok where we were met with heavy rain before flying over to Angkor Wat, Cambodia, to see the famed temples of the UNESCO world heritage site. We then flew up to Chiang Mai in northern Thailand which is known for it’s cuisine, cooler climate, and city life. Finally, we went down to the Andaman Coast of southern Thailand where we relaxed on the beaches of Phuket, Ko Phi Phi, and Krabi.

Sunset from the summit view point on Ko Phi Phi.

Thailand is such a wonderful country, from the hospitable nature of it’s citizens, the delicious culinary options, the dirt cheap (and amazing) massages, and the beauty of the country’s landscape. I definitely want to go back because there is so much more to do than two weeks can afford.

Here is a selection of some of my favorite images, even though there are so many other images that serve as a small reminder of all we experienced there:

The upper terrace of Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
Angkor Wat at dawn from across its moat.
A metal worker arc welding in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Wat Phra Singh in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Inside of Chiang Mai temple.
Alley way in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Empty lot in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Dusk in Phuket, Thailand.
Ko Phi Phi beach.
Baby monkey at Monkey Beach, Ko Phi Phi.
Monkey seeking food at Monkey Beach, Ko Phi Phi. Monkey eating in Ko Phi Phi, Thailand.
Beached boats in Ko Phi Phi, Thailand.
Sunset in Ko Phi Phi, Thailand.
Sunset at Railay Beach, Krabi Town.
Dusk at Krabi Town, Thailand.

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