Phuket’s most famous Bangla Road wakes up with sunset. For transport, a red light comes on, indicating that the time has come for dancing, unbridled fun and sexual pleasure.
The length of Bangla Road is only 450 m, small streets and alleys called “soi” depart from it. Together, they make up an impressive pedestrian zone, full of clubs, bars with live music, cheap beer, brothels and massage parlors. Barkers actively invite to institutions, promising unprecedented hitherto pleasures.
Most of the bars operate in the open air, speakers screaming at the same time create an incredible cacophony in sound strength, but it does not seem to bother the local inhabitants at all: waiters, bartenders, katoy, go-go and other public who work in the field of entertainment. Continue reading
Vietnam is surrounded by picturesque islands. The resorts located on them are not inferior in beauty and ways of spending leisure time to popular tourist places on the mainland. Here are the most interesting islands that deserve your attention.
This is the largest island of Vietnam with an area of 574 km². Almost all of its territory is declared a conservation area, consisting of pristine jungle, clean rivers, waterfalls and mountains. The latter determine the landscape of Fukuoka, because of what it was called the Island of 99 mountains. The resort is 65 km from the coast in the Gulf of Thailand. Continue reading
About 30 km from mainland Malaysia lies the Langkawi archipelago. It consists of 99 islands, but only 4 of them are inhabited: Singa, Dayyang-Bunting, Tuba and Langkawi. The latter gave its name to this natural paradise, washed by the waters of the Andaman Sea.
The island is a collection of luxurious beaches and cozy hotels for every taste, surrounded by jungle, palm groves and rice fields. Langkawi is considered one of the best resorts in Malaysia.
HOW TO GET TO LANGKAVI?
By sea. Between the island and the mainland, water communication is developed. Ferries run from 07:00 to 19:00. Travel time from Kuala Kedah is 1 hour. 40 min., Kuala Perlis, Aarau, Alor-Stara – 50 minutes, Continue reading