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Moon Spotlight Phuket & the Andaman Coast is a 70-page compact guide covering this gorgeous southeast Asian city and stunning stretch of shoreline. Author Suzanne Nam offers her seasoned advice on must-see attractions, and includes maps with sightseeing highlights so you can make the most of your time. This lightweight guide is packed with recommendations on sights, entertainment, shopping, recreation, accommodations, food, and transportation, making navigating this bustling city and lush landscape uncomplicated and enjoyable.
This full-color Spotlight guidebook is excerpted from Moon Phuket & Ko Samui and includes vibrant photos and helpful maps.
Suzanne Nam moved to Thailand in 2005 for a one-year stint as a newspaper reporter and she hasn’t left since. Like all meaningful things, Suzanne’s career was more a product of evolution than of planning: She grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, went to law school after college, and practiced law for five years enough time to produce a rain forest’s worth of corporate paperwork and then she gave it all up to work toward a journalism degree at Columbia.
Next the world pulled Suzanne east first to London, then the Middle East, and finally Bangkok. She is now a reporter for Forbes magazine, a reformed corporate lawyer, and a dedicated travel writer.
Suzanne met her future husband during her first year in Bangkok. In 2009 they adopted a street dog named Sam; in 2011 their twins, Bix and Ella, were born. Raising children in a foreign country brings plenty of adventure and challenges, but daily life in Thailand is surprisingly stable and comfortable. Suzanne couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.