Travel

Krabi Delight

I have to say that of all islands and beaches in Thailand, I have a little secret affair with Krabi. Although I’m not a nature type of travellers, but I have to admit that I’m always thrilled by its landscape composed of limestone mountains, mangrove forests, beaches and rivers. The vibes are also limited to …

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My Dear Morocco

   In the middle of November last year, when Islamophobia spiked globally, we found ourselves heading to Morocco, the country whose 99% of the population are Muslim. Most of my friends asked why? Frankly, I really didn’t know. Why not? . When my friends or anyone came to see me to consult their problems, telling …

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Floral Fantasy

   Yesterday, I went back to one of my favourite places in Bangkok, the Museum of Floral Culture, to attend the press conference about this year’s main event. Apart from normal workshops held every month, during the week of Thailand’s Mother’s Day every year, the museum hosts a special program to celebrate the occasion. And this …

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Let’s MEAT

Although many Thais don’t eat meat, but Bangkok is blessed with many steak houses. And the latest, and the most popular one so far is Meatlicious located in Ekamai Soi 6. Meatlicious is known as another restaurant of famous chef Gaggan Anand, but if you know Gaggan, you will find that its not that Gaggan …

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Pahurat calling

When I have some free time, I like to go to Pahurat, with no exact reasons in mind. There are no hip cafes to lounge around, no special activity. Just walking around is enough. Dubbed Bangkok’s Little India, Pahurat is actually a sanctuary of Indians, Chinese, Burmese, and many more. People’s faces here look unidentifiable. …

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