The Bay of Pang Nga, South Thailand
On our short road-trip to the south of Thailand, one of the places we visited was
the bay of Pang Nga, famous for its limestone formations that rise out of the water
like giant castles.
This is Northern Thailand
A short impression of the Northern parts of Thailand where Hill-tribes,
tempels, nature and cultur are as abundend as water in the sea.
The caves of Kong Lor
This amazing cave is in fact an underground river that crosses a mountain. An amazing experience.
The video is not of very high quality due to the light (or rather the absence of it) conditions.
This is Laos
Laos does not have much of a tourist-infrastructure and that is exactly what makes it such a wonderfull country to visit.
You do need a "die hard" mindset when joining the Laos traffic as the friendly and relaxed Laos-people turn into Mad Max Road Warriors the moment they start their car or motorcycle. Road conditions themselves are, to say the least, extremely tricky with oil-slicks covering some 70% of the curvy mountain roads. "Slippery when wet" is an understatement.
Pha Pu Thoep National Park
An interesting collection of weirdly shaped boulders, a few waterfalls and several viewpoints on steep cliffs.
November is nice and cool, but the waterfalls are just trickles of water.
Wat Phu Tok
This mountain-temple, called (seriously!) "The Lonely Mountain", is famous for its hanging walkways, suspended a hundred meters above the ground, off the steep cliff-faces of this solitary table-mountain.
We got ourselfs a drone, a flying camera, a UAV or Unmaned Arial Vehicle.
This can give us some original video angles.
This is a short video of our first try.