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Fantastic Foto Friday: Lumpini Park, urban oasis in busy Bangkok, Thailand

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I love the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, The City of Angels and Thailand’s capital. It’s a city that never stops and the crowds can be overwhelming to first-time visitors. But if you just need to get away from the crowds, fear not, there are plenty of places to escape in the heart of this city and Lumpini Park is one of the biggest and nicest places to go. You can go for a walk through the greenery, watch the sunset over the lake or watch locals exercising or playing volleyball. And then you can dive back into the city life!

Plan your own trip to Bangkok with my Destination Guide Bangkok!

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Fantastic Foto Friday: Visit the site of the Old Royal Palace at Ayutthaya from Bangkok, Thailand

Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Ayutthaya, Thailand

Bangkok is a fascinating and lively city. If you have seen the Grand Palace, Wat Po and Wat Arun and want to still learn more about the history of Thailand, you can do an easy day trip to Ayutthaya, the former capital of the Kingdom of Siam that was completely destroyed by the Burmese in 1767, leading to Bangkok becoming the capital. Start your visit with Wat Phra Si Sanphet – the “Temple of the Holy, Splendid Omniscient”.
You can plan your trip to Bangkok and all the sights to see with my Destination Guide Bangkok!

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Fantastic Foto Friday: Bangkok, the most popular destination in the world, again!

Bangkok, the City of Angels, has been crowned the most popular destination in the world, again, receiving more visitors than any other city in the world. I’m sure shopping is a contributor to that success. There are so many malls throughout the city center along Sukhumvit Road, from extravagant malls like the EmQuartier above to the old-style markets, everybody will find something!
If you want to plan your own (shopping) trip to Bangkok, check out my Destination Guide Bangkok!

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Fantastic Foto Friday: Escape to Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand

Kok River, Chiang Rai, Thailand

Bangkok, the City of Angels, was just ranked the No1 visited city in the world, again. And once you had enough of the bustling city, you could escape to Chiang Rai, the peaceful city in Northern Thailand, near the infamous Golden Triangle, and relax with great river views like this. 
Check out my Chiang Rai Guide to plan your own getaway from Bangkok!

Review: Pullman G Bangkok Silom – upscale, stylish, great value

Location: The Pullman Bangkok Hotel G is located on Silom Road, near the business district of Bangkok Sathorn. The nearest public transport are the BTS station Chong Nonsi, about 10 minute walk away, and the MRT Station Silom, about 10-15 minute walk. The Patpong Nightmarket and a number of bars, restaurants and shopping are also in walking distance. The skytrain … Continue reading

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Fantastic Foto Friday: Beach Getaway Phuket

Swissotel Patong Rooftop

If you want to mix your beach getaway with a good party, Thailand’s Phuket is a popular destination and Patong is the undisputed party beach. You can party all night and relax by the beach all day – or just hang out at the hotel pool, if you can’t be bothered to go ALL THE WAY to the beach. And the Swissotel Patong has a very stylish rooftop pool & lounge area!

Great value hotel in great location – Review Mercure Siam, Bangkok

Update 2019: The Mercure Siam Bangkok is located near Siam Square, one of my favorite locations in Bangkok. The Mercure Siam has a rooftop pool and gym with nice views, a nice Executive Lounge for an upscale feel and very modern rooms, all at very reasonable prices. It’s a great choice, especially for Accor LeClub elite members. Find out what to … Continue reading