DEEP DIVE INTO ANCIENT LAN NA THAI.NORTHERN THAILAND IN THESE day and age, there is a birth to a wide variety of traveler. Some need to travel on a budget and don’t mind backpacking, some travelers do not need to but want to travel on a budget because it is fun! To see how much […]
DEEP DIVE INTO KANCHANABURI.BANGKOK THIS was to be unlike any other trip that I had in the past, to “my” beloved Bangkok. Boarding in Kuala Lumpur, and arriving approximately two hours later in the familiar voice of the air stewardess upon touchdown, “Welcome to Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok, Thailand” … has always been and still is […]
I am sure most of us would most likely know how to sing or hum to the tune of “Loy Loykrathong Loy Loykrathong…” I am very pleased at the opportunity to take part in the Loykrathong Festival last November 2012.
An hour and a half flight by Nok Air from Bangkok has sent me to a totally separate world from Bangkok. The flight landed at a very unique and small airport, where I could see people hanging around the other side of the fence bordering the runway.
To most Malaysians, Bangkok is no stranger to us. I’m sure many of us have been to this famous capital city of Thailand. We have been there for many reasons.
I kept revisiting Thailand year after year, just as their slogan “Amazing Thailand” promises, there is always something amazing and an eye-opener for me in every trip.
Gently sloping hills, barn houses, quaint cottages, rattling tractors, white fences and the bleating sheep – this is the epitome of a country and western style holiday at a farm ranch.
With a waterproof camera and swimsuit in the bag, I set off with a group of 13 to discover the true Songkran experience in Chiangmai and Bangkok.
I love travelling on trains for many reasons. A train coach is usually more spacious than a bus or a flight cabin.
Trains usually run through areas that are not accessible by normal traffic and it’s a chance for a different point of view.