I'm sitting here (smiling much like the lady on the carousel in the photo below) trying to write how I feel about the Travelfeed.io's meetup in Bangkok, post Steemfest, but I can't get anywhere because snippets of memories keeps interrupting my train of thought. That and I don't think I have the wor
The above pic is what I've been looking at everyday when I take the elevators to head out whilst in Bangkok and everyday I think to myself, that looks so refreshing especially since it's SO HOT here. So as Steemfest 2019 has come and gone as are the meetups. I found myself with nothing to do today.
Ok, so if you're adverse to sea travel, like me, then you may find this post useful. Even if you don't get "seasick" you may want to consider this route and make Wat Arun your first stop of the day if you plan on visiting the Grand Palace and or Wat Pho since the ferry straight across the river will
Hi again, everyone! Here's another post regarding one of the "must visit" places in Bangkok, which I was told, is Chatuchak Market. However, it might not be as "must visit" as everyone makes it out to be. I'll list the details of my visits and let you decide for yourself. If you don't know, Chatucha
If you've been following my shenanigans in Bangkok, specifically how i ended up at the Grand Palace (that post is HERE) and how to get to Wat Pho via public transport (post is HERE) then you know that i had great difficulty, although worth it in the end, when it came to getting to the Wat Pho/Grand
The latest addition to Singapore's Changi Airport, is the Jewel Changi Airport. So what's the big deal? Well, I think it's kind of amazing that a country with a population of about 5.6 million people and a current land size (main island) of around of 280 square miles (725 square kilometers) has an a
Following my fiasco of an attempt to get to Wat Pho, I decided to do some research and try to get there again. You can read about what I went through last time, if you want a chuckle, in my post HERE.
As you can see from the photo above, this trip includes a boat ride. So if you get seasick, take yo
Over the past couple years, I've been to Thailand multiple times, I love the culture and the relatively inexpensive yet high quality dentistry (I posted about my dental experience HERE). It is only this most recent trip (to Bangkok) that I've noticed the signage regarding the "respecting of Buddhism
I finally made it to Wat Pho! Although I took a huge detour (which was worth it), I did make it before they closed. If you want read about my "forced" detour to the Grand Palace/Wat Phra Kaew complex it's in THIS POST, and how I ended up there is detailed in THIS POST. Anyways, back to the subject
Ok so here I am at the entry point to the Grand Palace complex in Bangkok, Thailand. This was not my intended destination (HERE's the post explaining how I got here) but since I'm here I reluctantly went in. I made my way through the crowds and found the ticket booths, paid my $500 Baht entrance fe
So I was killing time at Singapore's Changi Airport and was getting hungry so I walked around the newest addition to the airport named "The Jewel" and found "Tiger Street Lab" on the top floor. You probably don't know but I'm a big fan of beer and Tiger beer is one of my favorites, so finding this
Close up of the Don Mueang Airport signage
Here's a quick guide for getting to Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi Airports using public transport. Specifically via the Sukhumvit BTS Line (the light green line on the maps). Hope all you Steemfest goers find this helpful. For more tips on Bangkok, consider