Exploring West Thailand

“It’s long and narrow stretch of boring roads” – that is what I was told by some riders. Which is true if you ride only on the highway of Route 4 (Phet Kasem Road) and Route 41.However these boring stretch never cease to surprise me…

Motorcycle ferry crossing in Thailand

Add an additional adventurous moment to your overland trip in Thailand ? Here are few motorcycle and car ferry ride you can add to your trip itinerary. While it is not makeshift and primitive as what I experience in the Bramaputra River or crossing Sungai…

Asian Highway Network

Frequent commuter along the Malaysia North-South Highway will find this indicator – AH2, alongside the sign of the highway eg. E2 (as shown in image below) Further search reveal this is part of the larger Asian Highway Network (AH), signed by 32 countries to allow…

The Deep South of Thailand

This is about Southern Thailand, also known as Pak Thai. Well part of it at least, as I will not cover the ever touristy and crowded destination like Hatyai, Phuket, Krabi..etc.. But the ‘Deep South’ province of Yala, Pattani, Narathiwat or maybe more if I…

The Ride Mindfulness

A ride from Singapore to Wat Pa Tam Wua Forest Monastery in Mae Hong Son for a meditation retreat. My original plan was to fly in to Chiang Mai, but since I have a bike – my trusty Triumph Tiger Explorer and the monastery is…