Previously I was a crew member working on an international cruise ship. My love for travel led me to join Odynovo Tours. 10 years of working experience have allowed me to visit various countries in Southeast Asia. Experience the long history and majestic architecture of Angkor Wat, Halong Bend, a masterpiece of nature, and the unique jungle trekking in Borneo. I love sharing my travel experiences with my guests. My love for travel lies in the travel itself. I love seeing people's smiles, whether it's visiting beautiful places or tasting local food. I wish I could share some of the experiences I had with more people. Some say travel is spiritual reading. During travel, you can learn about the wonders of the world, learn about different cultures, explore historical civilizations, etc. The world is like a wonderful encyclopedia. If you don’t travel, you will only see a corner of the world.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I have a deep understanding of the history and culture of Southeast Asian countries. Whether you want to plan your own honeymoon, or your wedding anniversary, I have the confidence to plan a satisfactory itinerary for you. I also love children very much and spend time with them a lot. If you are a parent traveling with children, please feel free to leave your travel plans to me."
How did you get involved in travel?
"Working on a cruise ship at sea has allowed me to travel to various countries. But I found that I really wanted to go and travel in person, not just on the surface. So I joined Odynovo Tours in pursuit of my dream and became a professional tour customizer."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"In 2017, I visited Malaysian Borneo. At Shandahe, I took a cruise on the Kinabatangan River. Proboscis monkeys, Asian elephants, Borneo golden cats, it seems like a paradise for wild animals, I have never been so surprised by the integration of nature and animals. Here is a paradise. You can't feel the troubles of life here, only the peace of mind."
Featured trips & expertise
Spend 10 days discovering central Thailand, beginning with the coastal city of Pattaya. You'll explore its beaches, ride a speed boat to nearby Coral Island, and view Thailand's sea life at Pattaya's largest aquarium. Then it's on to Bangkok to tour the Grand Palace and shop for Thai goods at Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Your trip concludes in Kanchanaburi, where you'll see the historic World War II Bridge on the River Kwai and take a bamboo rafting tour.
This 10-day Thai adventure begins with a visit to Pattaya, a former fishing village now a modern, vibrant city. See the Big Buddha Temple and take a speedboat tour of nearby Coral Island, then enjoy some time in Bangkok, visiting Chatuchak Weekend Market or shopping at the luxurious Icon Siam. Your tour finishes in Phuket, where you'll spend your days exploring the Phi Phi Islands, James Bond Island, and the nearby Sang-Nea River, otherwise known as the Little Amazon.
Two weeks allows for plenty of ways to enjoy the best of Thailand, whether you opt for a classic tour of Bangkok and Chiang Mai or hop around tropical islands like Koh Samui. You can also get off the tourist trail with visits to hill-tribe villages and overnight stays in lakeside bungalows in national parks. Or channel your inner action hero on an adventure trek, countryside bike tour, jungle safari, and whitewater rafting trip.
March is a fabulous month to visit Thailand. The weather is still pleasant, especially in the first half of the month, although the southern beaches will start getting some rain along the Andaman Sea. It's also the beginning of mango season, and throughout the country, the colorful fruit is piled high at roadside stands and on people's plates mixed with sticky rice. Best of all, the hot season hasn't arrived yet (which is often uncomfortably warm) so you can walk around outside without being miserable.
If you've ever dreamed of Thailand, this 8-day trip covers the highlights with the perfect mix of guided tours and free time. Start off in vibrant Bangkok for iconic Buddhist sites and a dinner cruise down the Chao Phraya River. You'll then fly north to Chiang Mai to explore the Old City and spend a day with elephants. Finish off in Phuket where you'll kayak, island-hop, and choose between dozens of white sand beaches.