Home Adventure Travel Southeast AsiaAdventure TravelSoutheast AsiaBy Brian Cray - October 25, 2019480I <3 KL!Sirikorn’s daughterHitchin’ a ride to KrabiKoh Yah Noi SunriseTonsaiThe terracotta pots filled with rice at the Betagro in Hat YaiSirikorn’s sonOld gas station in Koh Yah NoiTrevor trying to ride the motorbike we rented for 300 baht a day from Namtok Bungalows in Koh Yao NoiA recent photo of me traveling through Koh Yah Noi, Thailand with my buddy Trevor. Doing some multi-pitch climbing on Big Tree Wall!Where I slept the first night of my hitch hiking adventure through the western coastline of Malaysia!The poor part of Malaysia…outside of Kuala Lumpur!Scarfing down food in Balakong, Malaysia while I try to find a place to sleep for the night!Hitch Hiking Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia…my first hitch out of the city towards Balakong!KLIA north…about six kilometers from the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!The view from Multi-Pitch Rock Climbing Koh Yao NoiMulti-Pitch Rock Climbing Koh Yao NoiSwimming right outside HD Wall in Koh Yao Noi, ThailandFinding the climbing near Paradise Resort HotelBeach on Koh Yao Noi IslandTook a speedboat to Koh Yao Noi after meeting up with Trevor. Now just taking the motor scooter around the island to check it out!Caverns inside Chong Phli Bungalows Climbing area!Caverns and vines in Chong Phli BungalowsAo Nang from a mountain!Ao Nang beach from a rock by the coast.The road right before Chong Phli BungalowsJust outside of Chong Phli Bungalows looking at Spirit Mountain in ThailandCliffs outside of Chong Phli while walking to Ao NangWalking to Chong Phli outside of KrabiThai Temples in Krabi, ThailandWalking around in Krabi town!Thai temples along the road of Highway 4Hitchhiking to Krabi, Thailand.Hitchhiking a ride to Krabi, ThailandEating a feast at a Thai residence in Phatthalung, ThailandTramping Highway 4 in ThailandDrinking Thai whiskeyBeautiful Thai scenery headed towards Phatthalung.Hitchhiking RattaphumAbandoned Hat Yai, ThailandAbandoned Hat Yai, ThailandHitchin’ a ferry ride to Butterworth since the way back is free…Most tourists take the shuttle train to the top of Penang Hill. I decided to walk and hike through the mountain bike trails in the Jungle!Sleeping on the beach on Penang Island in MalaysiaSleeping under a bridge between Kuala Kangsar and Taiping, MalaysiaA mosque in Kuala KangsarJalan Selehari Road…walking towards a beautiful mosque in a beautiful town!A view of the Perak River from Kuala Kangsar. This city was so beautiful I want to go back and do more exploration!Checking out the cliffs in Ipoh. Saw some kids rock climbing while waking down the highway towards Kuala Kangsar!Hitch hiking from Chaah, Malaysia to Ipoh, Malaysia in a box truck full of pythons and frogs.Camping inside an overpass 20 feet up in Johor Bahru. This one required some urban climbing skills, but I was super safe and comfortable.More cool footage of Sinagpore architecture by foot.Random architecture in Singapore that I passed while tramping through the country.Gardens by the Bay Sun Trees. This architecture was one-of-a-kind and beautiful!The Marina Bay Sands Hotel. I slept outside behind a bush at the Gardens by the Bay bathrooms.Some cool Chinese people I met in Chaah, Malaysia showed me their Python Skin Business. They also skin frogs, Komodo and collect turtle shells!The view of the jungle below in Labis, Malaysia from an old radio tower!Climbing a water tower in Labis, Malaysia. Here is the view of the city below!Stealth camping in a vacant building in Muar, Malaysia!Hitching to Muar!Beautiful river right outside of Muar on Highway 1. Luckily I was walking so I made sure to snap some pictures.Tramping down Highway 1 to Muar. I walked 30 kilometers before hitching a ride to the city where I found a place to crash in an abandoned building.Where I slept in Melaka while hitching through Malaysia!More of Abandoned Melaka. Some urbex at a local construction site across from an abandoned feed silo. I tried climbing to the top of the silos, but the concrete stairs decayed away!Exploring Abandoned Melaka. Despite being a huge tourist destination, which I hate, Melaka offers many cool urban exploration opportunities for people into travel and urbex!The sun setting outside of Port Dickson in a resort town. What a view!Hitched a ride from a Range Rover and stayed on a private beach outside of Port Dickson for the weekend.Night 3 – I tried sleeping in the jungle tonight and got rained out badly at 3 AM. Slept for a few hours…it sucked!Originally called 4-mile beach, the name was changed, to Saujuana Beach. Hitched a ride in to Port Dickson after meeting some cool people in the village.Highway 1 is a beautiful tramp to Port Dickson along the coast line. Some of the best jungle scenery ever!Walking the back roads to Port Dickson. The jungle around here is amazing.Hitched a ride early morning on a motorcycle. The first motorcycle I’ve ever ridden on was in Malaysia. I was just tramping down the road headed for Port Dickson when this nice old man with no teeth picked me up.Tramping down Highway 1 in Malaysia. Ended up sleeping under a countertop this night to avoid the rain.Hitched a ride to Balakong. Headed for Sepang in the morning, but sitting out to avoid the rain. A nice man across the street bought me a Malaysian coffee.Kuala Lumpur Petronas Twin Towers Hitch HikingDrinkin’ Brandi with the boys in Solano.Drinkin’ Brandi with the Lacdao’sChloe’s 4th Birthday Party in Solano!Going for a swim in Senora FallsThe beautiful views of Senora Falls in Nueva Vizcaya Solano, Philippines!Right outside Senora Falls on Mt. PalaliSome of the villages in Isabela PhilippinesChilling by the fish pond!Fishing in a pond in Isabela Philippines with Robert, Allan and Welbur!Fishing in a pond in Isabela Philippines!The mountains of Isabela are covered in corn stalks, rice terraces and fish ponds along with a variety of other plants. It’s beautiful here!He’s just chillin’ in a ditch like a gutter punk hahaMountains of IsabelaHitchin’ to IsabelaOverlook from Mt. PalaliCliff Jumping at Senora FallsAEIOU ReligionSenora Falls from a distance.Walk to Senora FallsBackpacking through Baguio City, PhilippinesChilling with the punks of Baguio whom I met at Aguinaldo Park in Baguio City, Philippines.Tramping down Kennon Road to see the mountains in Baguio, PhilippinesBaguio Botanical GardensChilling in Wright ParkBackpacking the Philippines to Mines View ParkThe boat ride to Grateful Wall in Koh Yao NoiOur room at the Boutique HotelOverlooking the city of Hat Yai from the Big Buddha statue.Haha…the prostitution flyers on the bathroom wall in Hat YaiThe Chinese restaurant we ate at in Hat Yai!The Boutique Hotel where I stayed with Sirikorn and her daughter my last night in Thailand!The hotel Sirikorn paid for where I stayed in Satun, Thailand!Village of ThaiMulti-pitch climbing in Koh Yao Noi. 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