After spending 2 days in Pattaya [click here] and relax on the beautiful sandy beaches, it is time to get back to Bangkok early morning. I will be staying here for 4 nights in the heart of the city with my Airbnb host. Planning to take 2 days to discover this incredible city and another 2 days
Budget Day Trip to Maeklong Railway Market Go on a day trip to this market and enjoy one of the unique experience like no others around the world. Locally known as Rom Hup Market that literally means ‘Folding Umbrella’ Market. Local sellers set their stores right next to the railway tracks near Maeklong Station, with
Feel like traveling back in time as I visit this former Siamese capital built in the 1600s that attracts me with its impressive works of art and many ancient ruins. It was once ruled by 33 kings and several dynasties during that period for 417 years, until it was invaded by the Burmese in 1767,
Located 150 km southeast of Bangkok and facing a wide-bay with a long beautiful beach. It attracts many foreign travelers with its wide range of recreation, entertainment, sightseeing and excitement. See below on my top-pick attractions and tips on how to get around in Pattaya city.
This is something I love to share with when I went on holiday to Turkey with my family. It’s been ages since the last time I took a vacation overseas with them, especially to Europe. The tour group consist of mostly young people, three couples (including my parents of course) and one elderly lady. We
Hosteling International (HI-Hostels) offer a real hostel experience and can be found in 80 countries. It is popular in the European countries, U.S, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The type of rooms available can be range from private rooms to dorm bed with shared facilities.
One of the best ways to escape the crowd is to go east of the country. Although the tourist spots can attract many visitors all around the globe, Pamukkale, Konya and Cappadocia are the places that considerable less populated compared to the capital city of Turkey. These towns offer great scenery and adventure, awesome taste
There are so many spectacular sceneries which can’t be miss while touring or driving along the countryside, farmland, lakes and mountain roads in Turkey. Every town does have a unique spot to enjoy its beautiful view, so is worth the time and stop along the freeway to snap some photos.
Istanbul is a transcontinental city in Eurasia, which separates Europe and Asia between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea. Its historic sites lie on the European side and the land was once conquered by the Roman, Byzantine, the Latin and Ottoman Empire. This is Turkey’s biggest city and is served as the main
The town fills with richest of history, culture and local food which dated back to the 15 century. It served as a major port where foreign traders from around the world come together and trade mainly for golds, silks, ceramics and spices. This historical city has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since
Situated on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia. George Town was founded by the British in 1786 and was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status on 7 July 2008. The city has an impressive collection of more than 1,700 historic buildings within the Core Zone align on the four main streets of Pengkalan Weld, Lebuh Pantai, Jalan
Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated sovereign territory in the world with the population of around 7.3 million people with different nationalities with the land area of just 1,106 sq kilometers. The city has so much to offer, from street markets to luxurious shopping malls, local traditional Chinese food to international cuisines