Bangkok is one of the craziest cities I’ve ever been to.
It’s truly a city of contrasts; new and old, beautiful and ugly, virtuous and sinful. There’s $2 street food and gourmet French restaurants; luxury fashion malls and cheap, cheap street vendors; skyscrapers with posh rooftop bars and splintering, rusted shacks; monks, temples and red-light districts.
Driving in a foreign country can be scary, especially when the driving habits and patterns of motorists in that country are drastically different than your own.
Different speeds, different rules, different expectations, and possibly even a different side of the road.
However, having access to a motor vehicle can provide you with immense freedom and flexibility during your travels. It allows you to get off the tourist trail and discover your own secret spots, whether that means exploring a quiet natural area or a remote town.
Have you ever traveled to somewhere that was so scenic, so striking, so surreal, that you knew you would never have the ability to adequately describe this place to another person?