Our first guess was not directly the one to go to visit the bird park in KL as there should be so much more to explore.
But guess what! We got terribly disappointed by the space museum and had enough time and will to go to the bird park. And it’s been incredibly fun! Millions of peacocks (at least close to that), tons of big birds and tweety small friends – it was definitely worth a visit and probably one of the best bird parks we have seen so far!
It’s finally time that we are clearly heading towards the start of our big adventure: the two-wheeled-ride from Singapore to Germany!
On our way back from Thailand towards Singapore we stopped once more in KL and had a somewhat-productive working week (and preparation time) before kicking in first gear on our 25.000km ride! But for now, enjoy a bit more of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. A lovely city, fantastic stays through Airbnb in Regalia residences, great times and…. this is the city in which we actually started dating back in 2013!
Jalaaaaan Aloooorr, we miss you, though you became so incredibly expensive! Shame on you!
We loved our 1 month in Thailand before heading to our next planned destination before kickstarting our motorcycle journey.
So, fisherman’s village, especially on Friday evenings when all the local sales and live music goes on, is definitely worth a visit. During the normal days nice as well, but extremely touristy and very developed. Not the perfect surrounding for us, but still not a bad place to be.
So we hope you enjoy the last one of our Koh Samui series videos. More are to come, as there’s tons of stuff to catch up on until the place where we are right now. Small pre-sneak-hint: Sebastian’s got his foot in a cast literally in the middle of nowhere Mongolia. And we still love it 🙂
So, would you guess to find a nude beach on Koh Samui? We certainly did not expect it! And we promise, we won’t show any nudity. (or will we?)
Now, before thinking about the “Big Buddha”, please first clear your mind and do NOT connect it to the nude beach 🙂
In case you want to know how to get there, here’s the secret:
And here it is! We found a few nice gems and got all the way out into the “back country” of Koh Samui.
Some nice hills to climb, solutions for flat tires to find in the offsite, but wonderful experiences all along the way.
Koh Samui really isn’t that boring as it first seemed. Just get away from the main stream, onto the “off-the-beaten-track”-track and right on out. There’s plenty to explore and especially the few places left along from mass tourism are really worth the frying time under the sun, the sweaty pushing times when your scooter’s got a flat foot and the non-existing-lunch-menus in remote storefronts.
Get. Out. There.
After the nude beach it just get’s more crazy. Sexy rocks!
Well, maybe not as sexy, they are also called “Grandma & Grandma rock” as they are supposed to represent their.. hold it… genitals!
We had to think twice if we really want to go see it, but decided that we have to, simply for our family, friends and followers. We endured the fear, the shock, the mental pain and just put it on camera. Now it’s your turn to digest it 😉
If so, let me just blunt it out: WRONG! There’s a few more to come..
So, what’s in it today? Some secret spots that www.geocaching.com led us to! Plus, WALKING ON WATER!!
And if you aren’t afraid of Reverse Osmosis, why not giving it a try. (and actually surviving it?)
A small island, one month. Sounds like you’ll be done after a weekend of exploring. It all depends on how deep you go into the jungle and how many seashells you are willing to turn. There’s always a few more hidden spots you didn’t see on day 1!
And check out my shirt! Don’t you love it as well? Should we put it into our shop? 🙂
How do we dare to vote (or vote against) Chaweng beach? Well, we’ve stayed on Koh Samui for a full month and explored as much as we could. The island itself isn’t that large, and we believe we’ve been on almost every road, every possible beach and well, of course also temples!
Yet again, this is of course just our own opinion, but there are many nice hidden spots.
Get out there and explore once you are there! 🙂
… say 3 or 4 weeks in a row!
Why not getting an apartment instead of an expensive hotel room, being able to cook for yourself and still enjoy a dip in a nice fresh pool, cruise around and explore the whole island on a scooter and get to places off the beaten track, where certainly not all travelers go?
We did it to pick up on our work left behind during the Christmas and New Year’s season and to prepare for the biiiig motorcycle trip!