1. http://davidsbeenhere.com David’s Been Here is touring all the top sites, best stays and most delicious eats in Thailand’s capital city of Bangkok. In this video, David heads for one of Mark Wien’s (of Migrationology) favorite Bangkok food stops: Boat Noodle Alley. Located just around the Victory Monument, Boat Noodle Alley serves up delicious (and super cheap!) bowls of beef and pork noodles (with a side of spice!) that only end when you’ve reached your stomach’s limit. 10 baht per bowl (.30 cents US) allows you to stack your empties, challenge your neighbors and reach your fill like you’ve never experienced before… Find the exact location of Boat Noodle Alley in Migrationology’s 101 Things to do in Bangkok.

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  2. http://davidsbeenhere.com David’s Been Here is traveling all through Thailand in search of the best beaches, attractions and top accommodation spots. In this short video, David brings us to the gorgeous Koh Lanta region of Krabi where he tours the amazing Lalaanta Hideaway Hotel. Situated at the far end of Bamboo Beach just before the national park, this 21 bungalow stay is the ultimate private, secluded getaway with beautiful views and all the amenities you could ask for. From 2 swimming pools and a fun beach bar to stunning living quarters and private sun beds, you won’t need to leave Lalaanta for anything (but there are things to do around the hotel if you’re looking to get out!). For the best tropical getaway accommodation to match your tropical escape, head to Lalaanta Hideaway; for everything you need to know about visiting the best spots of the country, check out the David’s Been Here Guide to Thailand, coming soon!

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  3. http://davidsbeenhere.com David’s Been Here is exploring all the top sites and most unique attractions in Thailand. In this video, David brings us to the second capital of Siam: Ayutthaya. Established in 1350, this ancient kingdom was founded on the principles of Theravada Buddhism, which can still be seen all throughout the Kingdom’s grounds today. Explore the iconic wats, stupas and stone Buddha statues, including Wat Mahathat’s stone Buddha head set inside an ancient Banyan tree. Truly one of Thailand’s most unique, sacred and historically significant destinations, taking the day trip out from Bangkok to visit Ayutthaya is an absolute must for all travelers!

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  4. http://davidsbeenhere.com Join David as he explores one of the ancient cities of Thailand, Lopburi. Located 150 kilometers northeast of Thailand (three-hour drive), the city is a living museum of ancient Angkor-style temples. Lopburi is one of Thailand’s oldest inhabited cities. It has earned the nickname ‘City of Monkeys’ and it’s easy to see why. Lopburi is completely overrun with hundreds of crab eating macaques. These mischievous monkeys are concentrated around the two main temples – Phra Prang Sam Yot and Phra Kaan Shrine (across the street from one another). Many people visit Lopburi as part of a group tour, but it is possible to park near the railway station and sightsee on your own by foot. Just don’t leave your belongings unattended! Unlike the historical parks of Ayutthaya and Sukothai, the ruins of Lopburi are more spread out and will require more effort to see them all.

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  5. http://davidsbeenhere.com Join David’s Been Here as they explore the Floating Markets of Damnoen Saduak. Located 68 miles west of Bangkok, this unforgettable day trip reveals just how important the river is to daily life and commerce in Thailand. One of the last remaining floating markets in the country, visitors will find everything from noodle soups and fried spring rolls (prepared before your eyes) to fresh produce, pancakes and souvenirs being sold from mobile boat vendors or static stilted docks. Join David as he cruises through this historic corner of Thailand taking in all the sites, smells and sounds of the area… all while trying to stay dry! Watch along to pick up some pointers, travel tips and other helpful hints for visiting Damnoen Saduak plus some of the neighboring sites as well.

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