Now that our time in South East Asia is over, we’ve been reflecting back. Over a whisky (or 5), we worked out our SE Asia Top 10.
I suppose the timing of this post isn’t great, given that Thailand is currently experiencing a coup and a huge reduction in tourism. However, I’ve been working on it for some time, so here goes…
This guide is aimed at anybody considering visiting Railay, or anybody looking for somewhere new to stay in Thailand. After spending just under two weeks here I really do recommend it as we had an amazing time.
Coming back through Bangkok, we’d managed to time it so that we had a morning there during Songkran Festival. The Thai new year festival is most famous for its water fights. Anyone out and about in Thailand during the 3 days of the festival will get drenched and covered in chalk.
I have a habit of having to taste-test every beer I encounter at least once. For some like Slovenia’s Laško, or Australia’s own Foster’s, once is more than enough. However every now and again on this noble quest I come across something great (or at least half decent). Something which requires several taste-tests, and inevitably results in a great night, some new friends whose names I can’t remember and a punishing hangover.
As we are currently in Thailand, here is my Thailand beer review in order from best to worst.