Thailand Vegetarian Food Guide – 30 Lip smacking Thai Dishes to Try
Thailand is a heaven for vegetarians. I promise. Here are 30 Thai veg dishes you need to try on your visit. Your Thailand vegetarian food guide, right here.
The evergreen forests of Khao Yai National Park makes it one of the most scenic places to hike and spot animals. Home to gibbons, elephants and many exotic birds, there are many activities you can do here. The famous Haew Suwat waterfall is also located here.
Chiang Mai is a shopping hub and let me take you through a trip down the Chiang Mai markets and Sankampaeng handicraft villages. Here is a guide on what you can buy and where to get them.
Chiang Mai Hill tribes visit has always been debated about. Would you go on a tour to explore these hill tribe villages? Sharing my experience of visiting Karen, Palong, Akha and other tribes.
Have you wanted to be part of Thai culture? When in Thailand, giving alms to Buddhist Monks in the morning is one unique tradition that you have to experience. Learn how to do it the right way and participate in this ritual.
Excitement shoots up just with the thought of, and so did it happen in the case of my hostess at Koh Samui, whose eyes widened with excitement when I told her about my plan of visiting that place. It was her hometown, and she was super excited that I would be visiting Lopburi. It has quite a rich legacy attached to it. Lopburi was gifted to Lord Hanuman by Lord Rama for his devotion and as a token of appreciation after the war in Lanka. So to date, the descendants of the Monkey God rule the city. Being a strong
Erawan National park in Thailand has a whole array of experiences of a lifetime !! Be it a walk through emerald crystal clear pools, fishes ready to nibble your feet away, hiking through a jungle trail, looking at flora and fauna, swimming through the cold waters !! The name itself captures a mystery. According to Hindu Mythology, Erawan stands for ‘Airavatha,’ and the three-headed elephant is the vehicle of Lord Indra. The seventh tier of the waterfalls resembles that of the three-headed Erawan that the national park itself is named the Erawan National Park. It holds as there are seven
Bangkok is a city full of colours. It is a haven for everyone. Bangkok is a foodies’ paradise with all kinds of cuisines available. It is a party person’s first choice for the many rooftop bars and clubs. Bangkok is filled with many heritage-rich temples and palaces for the history lover. You can shop till you drop literally. Everyone’s choice differs, and I will point out a few must-do places from Bangkok that can be accomplished in a day. Where to Stay in Bangkok I stayed at Rattanakosin Island, which is closer to all the attractions. From here the palace
Ayutthaya kingdom is one of the most influential and progressive kingdoms in the history of Thailand. Ayutthaya, today, is a small city that is just an hour’s train ride from Bangkok. Nevertheless, it shows no signs of the progressive town used to be, as portrayed in museums or history. The muddy Chao Phraya river flowed down swiftly as I watched the sunset from my homestay. The sunset was from behind one of the pagodas of a temple that I waited to explore the next day. A noisy cruise passed on with people dancing in and lights shining brightly. The celebrations