Chang Island is a popular tourist resort located in the Southeast of Thailand. It is washed by the waters of the Gulf of Thailand and formally belongs to the province of Trat, like the other 50 islands of the archipelago, with which it is one.
Translated from Thai, “chang” means “elephant”. If you look at the island from above, its outlines resemble this majestic animal.
Unlike Phuket or Samui, the tourist infrastructure here is poorly developed, the entire archipelago is declared a reserve, therefore, development is carried out extremely carefully.
The lack of noisy parties and numerous shops is offset by natural beauties. Chang is almost entirely covered in the jungle, and the golden beaches are washed by the friendly emerald waters. Continue reading
Looking at the picturesque coast of Sorrento, it is hard to believe that these beauties are of natural origin: rocks of bizarre shapes, fragrant citrus trees, a warm sea playing with sapphire and turquoise hues, and sparkling southern sun. The local species inspired artists and poets from around the world. Sorrento called Goethe, Nietzsche, Rossini, Stendhal, Dickens and many other prominent people their home. Representatives of the royal dynasties, wealthy businessmen from Europe and America consider it a good form to have a modest villa in this unusual area.
The city of Sorrento perched on the rocks, so the descent to the Gulf of Naples cannot be called simple. Bathers will have to go along steep paths or go down stairs, but tourists quickly get used to minor inconveniences that cannot ruin the long-awaited vacation. Continue reading
The distance between cities is almost 116 km. There are several ways to overcome it.
Termini Station has car rental offices in the right wing. Prices are about the same. Renting a middle-class car, such as a Fiat with a diesel engine, will cost around € 300 per week. You will need international rights, sometimes you can get by with ordinary Russian ones.
A liter of diesel costs about 1.3 €.
Take highway A towards Cassino. Either drive through the Strada Statale 7 Via Appia or the Strada Regionale 148 Pontina. On all routes there are paid sections. Traveling takes about 2 hours. See the step- Continue reading