(TH/EN) Our recent trip to the lower Isan of Thailand was an attempt to connect the dots from the earlier journey we made years ago to Prasat Hin Phimai in Korat or Nakhon Ratchasima. Our first stop here, Sa Kaeo, is filled with pleasant surprises, including the beautiful and compact ancient temple of Prasat Hin Sadok Kok Thom and lots of delicious Vietnamese foods. For those looking for a quiet place to chill with stories, here's an idea.
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(TH/EN) As one of Bangkok's top attractions, the Flower Market at Pak Khlong Talad lives up to its name. This vast area contains hundreds of flower shops and stalls, country's top-tier florists, and all kinds of blooms of your wildest dreams. But as much a tourist attraction as it is, this is an actual market with lots of stories to tell. Get to know Pak Khlong Talad better with this blog that comes with useful tips for those planning to pick up some flowers there.
(TH/EN) The best time to see Wat Arun, for me, is in the evening, with the sun setting just behind the temple. On a clear day, with the skies turning countless colors, one will surely have the evening of a lifetime. But here's a dive-deep blog about this famous and gorgeous temple in Bangkok that bears an architectural marvel from ancient times.
We visited the fringes of Ayutthaya and found its ancient expat communities so vivacious. No doubt that this is where the famous golden Thai desserts were first introduced.
I'm in the ancient capital of Ayutthaya again. This time, following the trail of a friend, a sweet-toothed me found myself climbing the famous Prang of Wat Ratchaburana, where most of Ayutthaya's major treasures were looted and then retrieved. With the misery deaths of the thieves, of course.
Looking for a new way to see Bangkok? Here’s a carbon-free boating trip—organised by a biking tour operator—on the tributaries of the Chaophraya River where you can still hear the birds sing.