Night Train from Bangkok to Koh Samui

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Steve’s Kitchen is on the road – or rather on the train from Bangkok to Koh Samui. Follow Steve on his journey as he Vlogs along the way.

We stayed at in Bangkok
and in Koh Samui

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Khaitoon Katy Kendall says:

I LOVE OVERNIGHT TRAINS. Did you get any like local food people who come on to the train at each stop selling snacks and foods? I remember whenever I travelled from Bangkok to anywhere in the south I always HAVE to buy "Train Noodles" which are these spicy stirfried noodles that they sell in boxes. And also these sweet pork/beef jerky with sticky rice. Train food is always part of the adventure. I'm not sure if they still do that though.

lalys crafts says:

Like no matter what

FluppiLP says:

can't believe no one has posted this so far:

melmicsim says:

Thanks for sharing! 🙂
What's the next adventure after Thailand? 

Brown Eyes says:

Your videos keep me positive.

Shirley Maas says:

awesome love your videos please keep them coming, I am enjoying them,

One Skill says:

looks like a great adventure 🙂 thank you for sharing

Alba300 says:

Great job, Steve. Thank you again for sharing your travels with us. You're doing an amazing job, and your wife should be credited as well! Can't wait for more " sight-seeing "

Heather Smedley says:

Great video Steve….loved almost everything about it…..BUT too many rotating pictures……"car sick"….. :P

EZGlutenFree says:

What a cool journey.
This much be such a special time for you and Michele.
I love these videos.  Your taking us all over the world.

Thor Jeppesen says:

Make sure to visit "The Friendly Frog" while on Samui 🙂 And if you need a suit, find Gino!

Lyndsay “The Kitchen Witch” Wells, The Kitchen Witch says:

I am enjoying traveling vicariously with you Steve! And that shot at the end. Heaven.

joseph says:

As always Steve another top notch video.

Ronnie Simonet says:

Great video! I loved seeing the different modes of transportation. That last thing you took looked like what they call a jeepney in the Philippines.

Sawlon says:

Love your travels, Steve and Michelle!


excellent vid mate…

 why would they put a picture of "wings" on a train window ?

do they put pictures of "trains" on the windows of their aeroplanes ? :)

Rosemarie Calabro says:

This is a treat. Thanks for sharing your journey with us. I've traveled over 2,000 miles by train here in the US. I had a sleeper like yours on my last trip. Enjoy your time there.

krssnoop says:

Looks like great weather there, did you end up going diving or just stayed in the resort?

Carroll McGuire says:

What a great adventure to be on!

Samuel Wood says:

looking great so far! (i would say go a little easier on the editing effects, keep it simple. also some more beauty shots with you talking over would go down well). hope the trip is going well so far, hello from back home

Curiosity says:

Nice Steve, longer video… 🙂 Your train looked pretty comfortable. Yeah I would be playing around the door too! I always had fun switching train cars during and subway ride in NYC when I was young.

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