Asiatique in Bangkok

ASIATIQUE The Riverfront is Bangkok’s first large-scale riverside project combining shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one roof. The strong cultural aspect is what sets it apart from other shopping malls. Embracing history, but avoiding the cultural clichés and traditional symbols, it strikes a balance between tradition and globalization.

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Songkran Festival in Thailand

Every year in April is when Thais prepare for their largest celebration in the country — Songkran! For those who don’t know, it is the equivalent of New Years for Thais. Songkran is on the 13 April every year, but the holiday period extends from 14 to 15 April. In 2018 the Thai cabinet extended the festival nationwide to five days, 12–16 April, to enable citizens to travel home for the holiday.

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Local Places To Check Out When In Bangkok

If you’re craving for a real off-the-beaten path experience in Bangkok, then this list of places to check out is for you. I’ve been back and forth to Thailand’s capital so many times that the popular places have seem to wore off on it’s novelty, so instead I search for the weirder unconventional places that […]

How much does it cost to travel Thailand in 2020?

Phuket Thailand Local Market at Sunset

This post talks about the cost of various expenses you can expect while you travel Thailand in 2020. Things such as bus fares, food prices, and accommodations.

Travelling Thailand is fairly cheap and if you’re looking to travel on a budget it can be done with only about $600-$1000 a month in living costs. Even less if you’re willing to expend the effort to skimp and forgo many of the local tourist attractions and walk everywhere.

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A Comprehensive Guide To Bangkok, Thailand

So it’s your first time in Bangkok? You’re in for a treat!

Travelers who come to the Thai capital quickly find out why it’s the number one destination in South East Asia as it’s also dubbed the ‘land of smiles’ for a reason! Thais are among the happiest people in the world and it’s easy to see why. They live in an awesome country!

In this blog post I’m going to talk about the places you should check out, how to get around, and the common scams to avoid. Rest assured though, Bangkok is a very safe city to travel and tourist friendly. It’s easy to get by with just English! However I do recommend learning some basic Thai words to enrich your own experiences.

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