Tag: Thailand

Phuket Travel Guide for First Time Travelers

About the Place Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and is considered the most economically progressive province of the Kingdom. It is located in the southern part of the country and is closer to Malaysia than Bangkok – the country’s capital. The main source of economic activity in Phuket […]

Charms of Vientiane, Laos

Vientiane is a common destination for backpackers in South East Asia. Many say that there is not much to see and do in Vientiane as others make this place only as a stop over before heading to Luang Prabang.  Whatever it is, I find Vientiane interesting and worth […]

9 Best Countries To Visit

It’s 7 days before this blog turns 1 and today I will share my list of Top 9 Best Countries to Visit. Well, I have been to 18 countries so far and I am coming up with my Top 9 List as follows: 9. USA – I like USA […]

Elephant Ride in Bangkok

If there is one single thing that lingers in me while in Bangkok, it would be my experience riding an elephant! An elephant ride is one of the most exciting things I have ever done by far in Bangkok. The ride is about 30 minutes which is done […]

Cultural Trip at Rose Garden Bangkok

Rose Garden now known as Sampran Riverside is a recreational property where visitors can experience authentic Thai way of life and learn about local traditions and culture. It has been considered as one of Bangkok’s favorite tourist attractions because of their effort to preserve Thailand’s natural, historical and […]

Bangkok Airport – Suvurnabhumi Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport pronounced as “SU-WAN-NA-POOM” is Thailand’s main international gateway with an airport code of BKK. It is located some 30 kilometers away from Bangkok City proper.   All international airlines fly to and from this airport which is open 24/7. The airport has complete facilities of Duty […]

Historic Chao Praya River Tour

The glory of Bangkok is in Chao Praya River. The city may me very metropolitan yet it has preserved and continues to use in full operation its river canals. Bangkok is a Kingdom built beside the river.   To get to the Central Pier, I took the Skytrain […]

How to Get to Vientiane, Laos

Vientiane is the Capital and largest City of the People’s Democratic Republic of Laos. It was once called the Paris of the East. Laos is a member of ASEAN and is bounded by Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and China. For Filipinos, no prior visa is required when entering Vientiane. […]