Or any other animal temples! I admit, I am very curious. Yes, I would like to pet the lions and tigers and especially their cubs, I won’t deny it. But I don’t do it! And in my opinion, everyone should think twice before visiting such a place. Because tigers have lost over 90% of their natural habitat. They are endangered and after 100 years of continuous decline, their number has[…]

If you’re looking for a peaceful and quiet place, this is perfect among the dozens of Thai islands. Most people come here to recharge their batteries. There are many accommodation options, but few bars. A normal day on Ko Jum is split between lazing in hammocks, reading, swimming, chatting with local people, snorkeling, kayaking and exploring. What makes it different from Koh Phayam? Though it’s bigger and more populated, Ko[…]