About

I started this travel blog as Walking in the Footsteps of Chang Noi to inform my family & friends back home about living in Thailand and it turned into this non-commercial travel blog Traveling 2 Thailand. Made just for the sheer love of traveling and sharing experience about traveling in Thailand with inside tips about off the beaten track places and a peek into living in Thailand. I am running this website since 2009 and I have visited all places I write about and share only first hand personal experiences. Almost all photos are taken by me and sometimes edited a little bit with Lightroom.

Founder & Author

My Thai nickname is Chang Noi (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 and I found my roots in Thailand medio 2000. 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 - 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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Making this travel blog is done just for sheer love of traveling and helping people out to make the best of their holidays in Thailand. If you find this information useful and would like to buy me a delicious cake then you can make a donation via PayPal. Thanks in advance!

A Race of Men by Robert W. Service

Disclaimer : All postings are made in good faith and are an expression of fair comment.

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