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I was at the floating markets the other day, and saw two couples pay 5,000B between them for a one hour boat ride around the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. I was saddened. Editor’s Note: This ...
Like much of the Far East, Thailand is predominantly a Buddhist country, with around 95% of Thais practicing Buddhism. This has been the case for centuries, and if you are going to Bangkok you have ...
Transportation in the bustling capital of Thailand
is serious business. As a tourist, particularly if you’re on a budget,
your options can be limited. Luckily, some of the cheapest and most ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, May 2012
Of the very many beautiful temples in Thailand’s capital city, two stand out as far and away the most enigmatic and worth visiting. If you have a limited amount of time in the city and need to ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2013
Bangkok as a sprawling and busy metropolis is jam-packed with culture and sights to see, but it is not so well-known to people that there is a spacious place to spend some time relaxing in a natural ...
Written by Bangkok Expert: Natt, Thailand, December 2011
After all the flood problems of previous months around Bangkok, the Thai people prefer to leave the bad memory behind and look forward to the New Year with a smile. The Bangkok Countdown Ha Ha Ha ...
Written by Bangkok Expert: Natt, Thailand, January 2012
The 2012 New Year’s celebration is over. But for 1.4 billion Chinese in China, they are just starting the process of preparing for the Chinese New Year on January 23, 2012. Editor’s Note: This ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, April 2012
Thailand’s capital city is teeming with cultural activities and interesting events. Even if you show up in Bangkok
and strike out on your own in pretty much any direction, you’re likely
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, December 2011
Originating in 1912 as a facility for the manufacture and distribution of the rabies vaccine after Princess Banlusirisarn died from the disease, the Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute (QSMI) is now ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2011
Despite having a name that translates as Temple of Dawn, the beautiful Buddhist temple Wat Arun may be the best spot in Bangkok to take in the golden hues of dusk as they reflect off the Chao ...
Located in the located in the Rattanakosin district of Bangkok , Wat Pho
(or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha) is home to a gigantic,
golden-and-glass-mosaic-ensconced figure of the Buddha in ...
Written by koalakiss86, Australia, November 2010
So with a day trip from Bangkok you can see the Tiger Temple near Kanchanarburi and also ride and feed an elephant before heading back late in the afternoon to Bangkok.
Many different companies ...
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