Lil Nicki’s Adventures in Asia.

After 4 separate trips around Asia I have visited 8 different countries in Asia including: Thailand, Cambodia, South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Maldives, Sri Lanka and Japan.

Asia. Nuwara Eliya. Sri Lanka. Tea plantation

Tea plantations in Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka


My first trip to Asia was in February of 2012.  It took me from Southern Thailand, thru Bangkok into Cambodia to Siem Reap, down into Phnom Penh and ending in Koh Rong Island.  We had a short day sightseeing in Seoul, South Korea on the way home.

Asia. Cambodia. Ta Prohm

Inside Ta Prohm in Cambodia

My second adventure was with my best friend, Tay in May of 2013.  This took us to a number of places.  We kicked it off with 4 days in Siem Reap, allowing us to fully explore Angkor Wat and all of the surrounding temples.  Next we headed down into Borneo.  We stayed in the Sarawak state of Malaysia.  We hiked all over Bako National Park, and spent some time in the cat city: Kuching. Next stop was island hopping between Bali, Lombok and all three Gili islands.  Out final destination was Bangkok.

Asia. Malaysia. Borneo. Sarawak. Bako National Park

Top of the jungle, Bako National Park in Borneo.

The third time took me to new places.  This was in February of 2014.  I was solo for the first time in Asia on this one.  I started my trip in Yemen over in the Middle East.  This would eventually lead to my arrival in the Maldives and then over to Sri Lanka.

the maldives

Flying over the Maldives from Malé to Gaan.

My latest trot to Asia brought my boyfriend Grant and I over to Japan and Thailand in April and May of 2015.  This time included: Tokyo and Kawaguchi Ko in Japan.  In Thailand we hit many places I hadn’t been yet, a few oldies but goodies.  Bangkok, Krabi, Ao Nang, Railay, the Phi Phi islands and Koh Lanta.

Asia. Thailand. monkey. Krabi.

Monkey beach in Koh Phi Phi Don, Thailand.


I’m sure I’ll be back in Asia again and will be having to update this yet again.

I don’t seem to be able to stay away for too long.