I’ve always loved traveling. Ever since I was a kid. Now, as an older kid, I’ve been blessed with an opportunity to live a dream. So what is it that I love so much about traveling? I could throw out a bunch of cliches about why it’s so fun. But the truth is I can’t explain my passion for travel. Maybe it’s a gene passed on from my father who loved traveling too. Could there be a wayfaring gene?
There is no way for me to define such a feeling. Is it the freedom? Most definitely. And some feelings aren’t meant to be explained but explored. After being cooped up in NYC, a city that I love dearly, I feel that traveling helps me find balance.
Wayfaring Soul is an outlet for me to share what I’ve learned while traveling and living in Thailand. And I thank you for taking part in my journey. If you have any questions, feel free to email me or leave a comment!
From Where to Book Your Phuket Tours to Travel Insurance – I’ve Got You Covered Here Unless you’ve got yourself a catamaran courtesy of your trust fund or a Bond villain style speed boat parked somewhere along Thailand’s Andaman sea, you’re going to have to join a tour group to explore the beautiful islands and […]
The Best Eats in Kuala Lumpur Are Served on Plastic Bowls and Metal Trays… Being based in Bangkok, Thailand with so many countries and cities I can choose to visit frequently, here are some reasons why I chose Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia as the place I go time and time again. Because Kuala Lumpur always […]
Bests Hotels in Seoul for First Time Visitors Seoul is a sprawling and spread out city. So it’s important to find yourself a hotel that is convenient to the city’s must see attractions. By that I mean looking for a hotel in Seoul close to a subway station. I’ve stayed in a lot of hotels […]
A Wayfaring Soul’s Guide to Hotels in Bangkok As the largest city in Thailand, the capitol city Bangkok has the most choices for hotels that’ll fit most travelers budget and quality expectations. On this post I’ll recommend some hotels in Bangkok and give you an idea on hotel cost, location and quality. I’ll point out […]
A Popular 3 Star Hotel Along the River Kwai Kanchanaburi This month my wife and I decided to head over to the province of Kanchanaburi for a week. One of Thailand’s most well known scenic and natural province. Kanchanaburi’s center is approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes drive (143.7 kilometers) from Bangkok proper. Which qualifies […]
Things to Do in Doha The State of Qatar gave me my first taste of the middle east. It’s a territory I have never been to. But always wanted to visit. While searching for things to do in Qatar here on the internet, I was surprised to see that there’s… well not much to do, […]
The Emerald Cove – A Five Star Hotel on Klong Prao Beach Koh Chang A few weeks ago my wife and I drove down to Koh Chang, a popular island destination located in the gulf of Thailand’s Trat province. We were excited because we had booked the 5 star rated Emerald Cove Hotel for 4 nights. […]
Starting a Café Business Could Be One Way You Can Enjoy Living in Thailand… I know many foreigners plan on opening a business in Thailand don’t know what to start at first. Coffee shops or cafés are a good choice because of its simplicity. I mean who doesn’t know what coffee is? Starting a small […]
Nice Little Hotel in Seoul – Not Expensive but Not Cheap Either The Nine Tree Hotel is located in Myeongdong. One of my favorite fun neighborhoods in Seoul. Not only can I find great Korean restaurants, but also the nicest affordable hotels in South Korea’s capital city of Seoul. I found Nine Tree Hotel while doing […]
Have an Ant Problem in Thailand – Here’s What Worked for Me My wife and I recently bought a home in Bangkok. One thing that I thought I would never have to deal with is an ant problem. So I searched around for different ways on how to get rid of ants. There are quite a […]
Digging Into Malaysia’s Famous “Chilli Pan Mee” I came across my first ever bowl of Chilli Pan Mee when I went on a “Shutter Therapy” with Robin Wong. That was a few years ago. Since then I have made it a mission to get myself a nice bowl of traditional Malaysian Chilli Pan Mee in […]
And a Much Anticipated Visit to Suwon’s Fried Chicken Street (수원 통닭거리) After my first ever Suwon day trip from Seoul last year I was so excited to go back as soon as I could. As much as I enjoyed exploring Suwon’s Hwaseong Palace (화성행궁) and its magnificent fortress, I missed out on a place I […]