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Category: Thailand Travel – Culture and Events
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A Real Thai Massage in Bangkok
A Real Thai Massage , In the Thai language, the Thai massage is called Nuet Thai or Nuet Pen Boran, ...
The Saxophone pub is one of the most famous pubs in Bangkok, an old-timer hosting live, high quality music by ...
German Tawandang Beer Hall
The renowned German Tawandang Beer Hall is one of the most famous beer houses in Bangkok. The place provides beer ...
Loy Krathong is celebrated every year on a full moon night, in the 12th month of the Thai moon year ...
Yunomori Onsen & Spa
Yunomori Onsen & Spa combines the Japanese tradition of bathing in warm spring water and the Thai massage tradition. Onsen ...
Thailand Cultural Center & Siam Niramit Show
The Siam Niramit Show, which takes place at the Thailand Cultural Center in the heart of Bangkok, is a spectacular ...
The Songkran Festival – The Thai New Year
The Songkran is the Thai New Year’s festival, the most important holiday on the local calendar. In recent years, its ...
Buriram Kite Festival
The festival area featured decorated vehicles with little displays on, singing performances, dance and folklore shows, local products displays, lighted ...
How do you greet in Thailand?
Despite the language barrier, one of the simple means to open the locals’ hearts is knowing how to greet them ...
Soi Cowboy Red-Light District in Bangkok
Soi Cowboy is considered as one of the 3 red-light districts in Bangkok. The other two are Patpong and Nana ...
Benjarong- Thailand’s Royal Porcelain
The Benjarong is a traditional Thai handicraft which produces spectacular porcelain with various designs, patterns and colors. The word Benjarong ...
Vertigo & Moon Bar
The rooftop of Banyan Tree hotel, on the 61st floor, features both the Moon Bar and the Vertigo restaurant, under ...
Buddha Dharma Relics Museum
I had no idea of this lovely museum until a local friend recommended visiting it. I'm happy to say I ...
Bangkok – Chinese New Year
On New Year’s Day, the Chinese people wear red clothes, that together with gold, are said to bring good luck ...
Health Land Asoke Road – Massage & Spa
Health Land Asoke is a good, decent, tidy and beautiful spa chain. Despite the branches’ luxurious appearance, the prices are ...
Raintree massage is a boutique massage parlor which is located at the heart of the famous Sukhumvit road, on soi ...