Bangkok Expert: Natt

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Bangkok Expert: Natt

Bangkok Expert: Natt

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Meet Natt Opasanon, Viator’s local expert in Bangkok and a highly rated private tour guide. A Bangkok native, Natt is able to guide you around the city and nearby regions on a variety of tours, and makes sure you have a great time doing it! Natt is an experienced Viator private guide. Learn more about Private Tours with Natt.

Dec262012

Travel Recommendation

New Year’s Eve in Bangkok on Any Budget – Tips from a Local

Bangkok

My Recommendation Tip

New Year’s Eve, the last day of the year is celebrated worldwide and Bangkok is no exception.

Mar122012

Travel Recommendation

Ayutthaya: Experience Thailand’s History

Thailand

My Recommendation Tip

Ayutthaya is located around 80 kilometers north of Bangkok in Thailand. It was one of the most prosperous cities of Indo-China and one of the most famous historical attractions in Thailand. The magnificence of Ayutthaya is reflected by various majestic structures and ruins that are concentrated in and around the city island that is surrounded by the Pa Sak, Chao Phraya and Lop Buri Rivers. If you are a tourist fascinated by the grandeur of the city, you can hire a private tour guide or you can do it on your own. However, I would recommend hiring a private tour guide for smooth and easy traveling into the attractive points of Ayutthaya.

Feb032012

Travel Recommendation

Up the River Without a Paddle at the Bangkok Floating Markets

Bangkok

My Recommendation Tip

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.

Jan032012

Travel Recommendation

Chinese New Year in Bangkok

Bangkok

My Recommendation Tip

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.

Dec152011

Travel Recommendation

Celebrating the New Year in Bangkok

Bangkok

My Recommendation Tip

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 2012 is so named because on the Buddhist calendar, next year will be 2555 and 5 is pronounced in Thai as Ha (as in noise you make when you laugh), so this should give you the feel for the expected mood of 2012.

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