DIY Destinations (4K) – Thailand Budget Travel Show | Full Episode



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This episode will feature the best of Thailand has to offer, covering the Krabi Town, Koh Phi Phi, Chiang Mai and Bangkok. We’ll also explore Southern Thailand, including the local exotic foods in Krabi Night Market, the magical Bamboo Island, Maya Beach, Money Beach and Mosquito Island and Pileh Lagoon. We’ll ride our motorbike to Emerald Pool and famous Tiger Cave Temple. We’ll visit the Northern Thailand city of Chiang Mai to visit the famous temples such as Doi Suthep Wat Phra, Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Chediluang Varaviharn, Wat Pha Lat, Phae Gate and famous night bazaar market. We’ll also venture out to see and climb the famous Buatong Sticky Waterfall. We’ll end our episode in Bangkok and showcase its New Year Eve celebration, world famous Khao San Road or Backpackers Ghetto, Talin Chan Floating Market, Flower Market, Wat Pho Temple, Chinatown and ending it on night up in Skybar.

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38 Replies to “DIY Destinations (4K) – Thailand Budget Travel Show | Full Episode”

  1. T - Bone

    This video was super… an excellent productions… i love your funny and warm personality… i was a little sad to see it end… how long was your Thialand adventure that was shown here? And if you recall how much was your advevture? Khob khun krab. 🙏 🙂

  2. Ashley Clark

    Just want to say Thais will never give you water from the tap. I lived in Thailand for 16 years. No one drinks tap water or ice from tap water . Some foreigners do get the runs just because it is different to what they are used to eating and maybe too spicy for them. The water and food is usually very safe. Thailand is a wonderful country. Enjoy!

  3. Kevin Hinojosa

    @15:00
    You contradict yourself. You won't tip the show because they used kids but you glady stopped to watch the whole show.
    @24:40
    You're such a scumbag haggling for food. This is a no no. This same haggling is why they hire child labor.
    @28:10
    Again Scumbag move by not paying the park entrance fee.

    Otherwise thanks for the video mate. Very helpful.

  4. Robert Gross

    If you were vegetarian grown up in a Buddhist Temple why break your principles and eat low class local food like pork just to make videos on Youtube? Buddhist philosophy is Ahimha non-violence to all creatures so you set a very bad example for other who are sincere followers There is a good reason Pork is taboo in most Orthodox religions-its bad for your body and causes Bad Karma for your Spiritual health!

  5. Chris Feik

    Congratulations for your national holiday on 6th April Thailand from your friends in Germany <3
    This day you celebrate your Chakri Day 🙂 Thailand is a amazing beautiful country with so nice people
    Wish you only the best for the future <3

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