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Solo Female Travel Guide: Thailand

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Solo Female Travel Guide: 

Phuket, Railay, and Bangkok in Thailand


The land of smiles and by far one of my most favorite countries I have ever experienced. The food is amazing and the scenery is just breathtaking. Also, if you are on a tight budget then Thailand is very affordable. Thailand is pretty safe for a solo female traveller. Just use your gut instincts and don't be afraid to talk to people.

FOOD:
The food here is enough of a reason to go to Thailand. I just couldn't get enough of it!

Street Pad Thai.


Amazing Thai Noodle Dish.


Sticky rice with Mangoes. (My favorite)


Tropical breakfast consisting of a tropical fruit bowl and ginger tea.


PHUKET:
This is a must if you are traveling to Thailand for the first time. I spent most of my time in Phuket Town and really enjoyed the atmosphere.

Sunday Market in Phuket Town.


Mochi! A delicious dessert.


Koh Rang Temple.


RAILAY:
If you want a good mix of tourists and locals, the postcard looking beaches with white sand and clear blue waters, and an amazing spot to watch the sunset then Railay should be your next destination.



My transportation around the island.


The bungalow that I stayed in.






The pool at the resort I stayed at.


Mojito by the pool.


I will never get bored with the beauty of Thai sunsets.


It's fun meeting people that like to get creative and whimsical with photography.


Beach refresher.


So many cute cats roam this island. I really wanted to take this one home but knew that it was not the best idea.




BANGKOK
This city has a lot of history and unique quirks about it. The architecture, food, and temples were my favorite parts.

The hostel that I stayed at.

Shared bathrooms but always clean!

The Grand Palace. I took a tour here and learned a lot about the beauty and history.



 Wat Pho. (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)


Flower Market. Seeing fresh and beautiful flowers made me happy.

Sometimes it's fun to share these memories with the people that you meet at hostels. 


TRANSPORTATION:
I took trains, tuk tuks, and walked by foot. Walking is the best and cheapest option.


DOs & DON'Ts

Do:
-Try the street food. The best in this world.
-Go on TripAdvisor for tourist attraction recommendations
-Take tuk tuks instead of public transit
-Learn about the history and visit the temples
-Watch the sunset

Don't:
-Not negotiate prices. You are almost over paying for things without realizing it.
-Be disrespectful about their politics or religion.
-Get too intoxicated.
-Go to the ATM too often. I ended up paying way more in ATM fees than I thought.


This was an amazing trip and if you want to watch my vlogs about it, then please make sure you thumbs up the videos! Have a great day and happy travels! :)


















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