Are you looking for an expensive place to eat whilst in Pattaya? Hidden behind Big C in South Pattaya os this small family run cafe. Serving a variety of Thai and Western foods at very affordable prices, as well as a variety of drinks. Try the 95B English breakfast!
Discovered this charming little bar and beer garden when looking for breakfast and found a tasty English breakfast for only 95Baht. This place is well worth a visit if you are in Hua Hin! You have to look hard to find this little gem because it is tucked away down a little … Read more
THAILAND, Pattaya: Viharn Sien Temple is about 20 minutes outside of Pattaya and very popular with local Thais and long stay foreigners. A couple of the great things you can do here, is walk along the outside of the large lake, or buy some fish to release. Either way,a must have is the coconut … Read more
Several types of wagons, two small steam locomotives by Kyosan Kogyo from 1949 and 1959 and two diesel locomotives were shown, as well as a library train. One of the highlights was a hospital train, for which King Rama V had ordered some gold teak wood from Brazil, then got the train manufactured and assembled … Read more
Queen Sirikit Gallery or Queens Gallery is an art museum in Bangkok, Thailand. The gallery was established in 2003 after a request by Queen Sirikit of Thailand. She named the exhibition center “The Queen Sirikit Arts Exhibition Center” in Thai, and “The Queen’s Gallery” in English. The Queen’s Gallery Foundation was established on 6 May … Read more
M.R. Kukrit’s House is a heritage museum on South Sathon Road in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, dedicated to the former Prime Minister of Thailand Kukrit Pramoj (1911–1995). It consists of five teak houses. The reception hall was used for public purposes (receptions and banquets) and for religious ceremonies. A raised platform in the center was designed … Read more
Royal City Avenue or RCA is one of Bangkok’s largest entertainment and clubbing areas. Located on in Huai Khwang district, RCA is a long street located between Rama IX Road and Phetchaburi Road. It contains a multitude of bars, nightclubs and live music venues. RCA, a government designated Entertainment Zone, is frequently visited by young … Read more
Wat Arun can be accessed through the Chao Phraya River, and ferries travel across the river towards the Maharaj pier. For foreigners, the temple charges an entrance fee of 50 baht (as of September 2019). During Kathina, the king travels to Wat Arun in a procession of royal barges to present new robes to the … Read more