About the founder & editor of this travel blog

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Although there is a button ABOUT not many people know about the person behind this travel blog, so I thought lets make a posting about it. My Thai nickname is Chang Noi (what means Little Elephant) and I am the founder & editor of this travel blog Traveling 2 Thailand. I  was privileged to be born in a tiny country in Western Europe and while working as software developer I started in 1985 to explore South-East Asia traveling to Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Laos and Vietnam. And I found my roots in Thailand medio 2000 and started to travel & work in Laos and China. Of course as many foreigners coming to live in Thailand I lived the first almost 3 years in Bangkok, then moved upcountry to a village between Pattaya and Leam Chabang. In the meanwhile I found the love of my life and married to a sweet Thai girl. After many years the all region became so busy that we moved to Khon Kaen in North-East Thailand. But missing the mountains we finally moved to Nan province in North Thailand.

After working in the Travel & Hospitality industry in South-East Asia I am now doing what I love  most ... independently traveling in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. If possible by motorbike! And I still love traveling, to go just about to every corner of the always surprising Thailand. My favourite poem is The Men That Don't Fit In by Robert W. Service. I am also the founder & editor of Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand, about what to Do & See in Nan province in North Thailand. If you would like to contact me then click HERE.

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