11 days, 3 countries, 9 cities, more than 300gb of captured footage. It is really hard to put everything in 1 clip, so I have decided to make small teaser from our June adventures and share with you guys while I am working on the big movie. I am always saying that the biggest treasure that you could bring from your trips is the memories. Making videos is hard but this is the only way how to make my memories alive and share them with the world.
Wat Cha Long Temple was the one in the “Must See” list. If you have to travel, you need to absorb the culture as much as possible. I could not skip an interesting place without interesting filming? I tried to show the beauty of this beautiful place from unusual angles.
The Grand Centara Beach resort Karon is located in the northernmost part of Karon Beach. The beach is famous for its wide and long coastline. See how the waves play, crashing on sandy shoals. The hotel is located on the sunset side of the island, has several swimming pools, one of them “infinity” overlooking the sea and palm trees.
Big Buddha, he is really Big! The temple statue can be seen from almost anywhere in Phuket. We decided not waste our time in a hotel room, but to try our luck and see everything with our own eyes in one of the rainy days. For some reason, Google Maps, decided that it is better to get to the Buddha statue not by an official asphalt road, but through the jungle, along an abandoned road, more precisely, along its remains, if you can call it like that, because the roads in the rainy season here ere washed away with tropical showers. You can find ditches up to 1 meter deep. Our rented Toyota cried with us. But Buddha had mercy and we nevertheless got out on the main road, which surprised the locals quite a bit.
There is no bad weather… When the tropical rain is pouring outside the window of the hotel room and the storm is raging, you can be sad, or you can travel around the island of Phuket, catch the gap when there is no rain and shoot the elements. I tried to immerse you as much as possible, my dear viewer, in the atmosphere of the raging elements, filling this video with the noise of the wind and sea. If you liked my video, please support me with a like and put a bell so as not to miss new works.
People go to Thailand not for architecture, but in search of their “Baunty beach”, where you can find your “Paradise moment”. Nature has began to recover after the lockdown. There is not a huge influx of tourists and sometimes it seems that there are only you two on these divine beaches. In this video, you will visit 3 insanely beautiful beaches in Thailand: Coral, Racha and “the hard-to-reach” Nui beach. My personal favorites are Coral and Nui. Watch and plunge with me into the Thailand exotic.