Last Sunday I was finally able to visit another well kept secret in Thailand, a place I always wondered how it looks like since it really isn’t a tourist destination at all: Pom Phrachun in the province of Samut Prakan, about 40 km south of Bangkok. Here is where the Chao Phraya River flows into …
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Visiting a floating market in Thailand has never been on my to do list. I thought I’d rather visit every single of the 77 province capitals before I head out to one of these touristic “water markets” (dtàlàat náam, ตลาดน้ำ) some 100 km west of Bangkok. Everyone knows that the days where most of the …
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Located on Koh Chang’s most popular and maybe also most beautiful beach (White Sand Beach), the German run Koh Chang Top Resort has been my choice during my recent visit to Thailand’s third largest island. It is set among a beautiful tropical garden where the swimming pool, hotel bar and Paul’s Restaurant can be found …
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My Top 3 Favorite Public Bathrooms in Bangkok

Last updated: February 28th, 2020 | in Living

Bangkok is such a cool city, there’s always new things to discover and places that seem pretty standard and unspectacular in most countries can be set up pretty awesome right here in Thailand’s Big Mango. One of the best examples for ordinary places made extraordinary are public bathrooms in Bangkok! No joke, if you have …
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Most people traveling to Sukhothai, the first real capital of Siam, don’t know about the various other significant historical towns in the region. Kamphaeng Phet is one of them and its historical park is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns”. Below are the various travel options from …
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Kamphaeng Phet is much more than just another usual province capital city. Located about 300km north of Bangkok, halfway to Chiang Mai, the city is mainly known for the Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns”. So if you come here you won’t …
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Kamphaeng Phet literally means “Diamond Wall” and this refers to the former military significance during the Sukhothai and Ayuthaya eras, when the strong city walls served as a prospective barrier against attacks from Burma and Lanna, roughly from the 13th to 18th centuries. Today Kamphaeng Phet, located 293km north of Bangkok, is often overseen by …
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Why Thai People Are NOT Lazy

Last updated: February 28th, 2020 | in Living

No matter how much we all love Thailand, there’s always things you hear foreigners complaining about Thai society. Sometimes it’s funny or weird things Thai people do like putting ketchup on the pizza and sometimes you hear people telling you characteristics they think Thai people have. One such thing you might have been told by some …
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