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  • Sakon Nakhon: one day in Northern Thailand’s indigo capital

    This is post 16 of 16 in the series “Thailand” Sakon Nakhon in northern Thailand is still relatively unknown, a province near the border of Laos near the bigger Nakhon Phanom. Only an hour’s flight from Bangkok, it’s an alternative destination for those interested in ethnic culture, indigo dyeing, and farm experiences. Whether you are […]

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    Amphawa Floating Market and Maeklong Railway Market day trip review

    This is post 15 of 16 in the series “Thailand” One of the most popular day trips from Bangkok is the floating market and the railway market. While there’s only one railway market – the Maeklong Railway Market, there are two floating markets nearby. The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and the Amphawa Floating Market. The […]

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    Zazz Urban Bangkok: a hotel review

    This is post 14 of 16 in the series “Thailand” Zazz Urban Bangkok is a modern, sleek hotel that are perfect for travelers who are looking for a quieter place to stay. With some of the best hotel breakfast I’ve ever had and comfortable room, it was definitely a pleasant stay and here is my […]

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    Food to eat in Bangkok: a comprehensive foodie guide

    This is post 13 of 16 in the series “Thailand” Bangkok is a huge city and although finding a place to eat is not hard, whether you are looking for a new unique street food or just some hearty Thai fare. But finding the best place to eat can be a lot harder, especially since […]

  • Best temples in Bangkok besides Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun

    This is post 12 of 16 in the series “Thailand” As the capital of Thailand, a Buddhist country, there are many temples in Bangkok. The most famous ones are the Grand Palace with the Emerald Buddha, Wat Pho and the reclining Buddha, and the temple of Dawn Wat Arun. However, there are many more temples […]

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    Ayutthaya Day Trip from Bangkok

    This is post 11 of 16 in the series “Thailand” Ayutthaya is the capital of the second kingdom of Siamese from 14th to the 18th century, and it’s only an hour or so north of Bangkok. It was abandoned after the Burmese burned the city in the late 18th century, despite the invaders being driven […]

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    Escape to the Chiang Mai countryside: a getaway with Panviman Spa

    This is post 8 of 16 in the series “Thailand” Only an hour away from Chiang Mai town center, Panviman Spa Chiang Mai is a great place for anyone planning a weekend getaway to revitalise themselves. I was in Chiang Mai for the month and went away for a girls weekend treat and I can’t […]

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    5 best Chiang Mai day trips: discover the nature and culture

    This is post 7 of 16 in the series “Thailand” Chiang Mai, the old capital of the Lanna Kingdom and the jewel of northern Thailand has many things to offer with beautiful temples, a historic old city as well as numerous restaurants and massage places. However, there are so much to do around the city […]

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    Chiang Mai Temple Run – Top 5 + Tips

    This is post 5 of 16 in the series “Thailand” Chiang Mai Temples are a famous sight; there are a million and one temples in Chiang Mai, just as there are a million and one churches in Rome. A country that’s dedicated to Buddhism, it isn’t surprising for Chiang Mai to have a temple at […]

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