Muntri Grove Hotel, Penang รีวิวโรงแรม ปีนัง

 (⬇︎ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ ⬇︎) last day in Penang for the 30th International Convention of Baba Ngonya was eventful and delicious. We stayed at Muntri Grove – one of the four boutique hotels of George Town Heritage Hotels – that was in a row of restored shophouse in the back alley of Muntri Street of Penang. Christopher Ong – the founder and owner of the hotel – says that this row...

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Penang and Phuket Peranakan Culture | พี่น้องเพอรานากัน ปีนัง ภูเก็ต

   (⬇︎ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ ⬇︎) was an interview on the run, as we were hurried from one place to another. But somehow our exuberant source managed to put together a concept for us to draw a clear picture of Penang in relation to Phuket and perhaps making our next trips (or eating trip in most cases) to both cities much more fun. In 2015, Phuket was listed by UNESCO to be a City of Gastronomy and...

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Plant-Based Culinary at Blue Lotus Hua Hin

คือความแปลกใหม่ของการเที่ยวชายทะเล ดิฉันไปเรียนทำอาหารมาที่ “โรงเรียนสอนทำอาหาร Blue Lotus Hua Hin” ที่เอวาซอน หัวหิน (Evason Hua Hin) (คลิ๊กอ่านรีวิว)...

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Bangkok – Maldives on Bangkok Airways

จะให้สะดวกสบายที่สุดในการบินไปมัลดีฟส์ เห็นทีต้องยกให้สายการบินบางกอกแอร์เวยส์ ทั้งนี้ก็เพราะว่าบางกอกแอร์เวยส์บินตรง เวลาดี และบริการดีเยี่ยม...

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เที่ยวหลวงพระบาง | Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, Part 3

Read Part 1, Part 2 We spent a total of 3 nights in Luang Prabang. Our flight back didn’t leave until 5pm, meaning we got plenty of time to walk around even in the last day. After the first two days of continuous downpours, the rain eventually slowed down into a splatter and enabled us to complete our mission to climb the revered Phusi Mount which is opposite to the National Museum. It is a known fact that there are 328 steps up to the...

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เที่ยวหลวงพระบาง | Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, Part 2

Read Sabaidee Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, Part 1 So, we woke up the next day to the downpour that came with the typhoon Kalmaegi that hit hard the northern hemisphere of Laos. The rain started in the night and didn’t stop until midday. In fact, it kept showering way into the remains of the day with low clouds hanging over the Luang Prabang’s mountain ranges. Anyway, we remained in the room until late morning and finally went down for...

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เที่ยวหลวงพระบาง | Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, Part 1

We were at Luang Prabang of Laos not too long ago just to wind down a bit. I was just breaking off from a tedious project and my hubby hadn’t visited the place before. Also, the month of September was a low season there, meaning cheap hotel deals and direct boutique flight :D. Last time I was in Luang Prabang was over, perhaps, 15 years ago. I remembered it as a dusty small town with gorgeous old buildings and magnificent temples and so...

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