Wonderfruit is a 4-day International festival that celebrates music, arts, wellness and adventure in an incredible set piece location that looks something straight out of a movie set. Annually held in Pattaya, Thailand, the ecologically-conscious festival centers around Life itself while at the same time promotes overall positivity and social responsibility towards nature. … Continue reading WONDERFRUIT: A Weekend of Thainess in a Dazzling Display of Lights, Food, Music and Arts! @Wonderfruitfest
EXPIQUE provides unique tour experiences in the less travelled parts of Bangkok, like the Kudeejeen area with the street art above. Here’s a photo essay of our Diversity and Harmony Walking Tour of the Modern Thonburi area, with the cool guys of EXPIQUE…
AMARI WATERGATE is a 5-star hotel in Central Bangkok. It’s strategically located in front of Platinum Mall near the Pratunam shopping area. I was a bit apprehensive about going to Bangkok because of the Martial Law situation there, but Amari Watergate gave me a warm Thai welcome. This erased all my doubts and fears … Continue reading My AMARI WATERGATE BANGKOK Experience #AmazingThailand
SOUL FOOD MAHANAKORN serves authentic regional Thai street food, but with the comforts and ambiance of a nice and hip resto-bar. They take pride in using fresh and locally-sourced ingredients, such as organic rice and free-range meats. Here’s my Soul Food experience in Bangkok with other fellow travel bloggers…
After our boat noodle experience, we made our way to Thai Jungle Curry — another favorite of my food blogger friends Mark and Ying Wiens. I love discovering authentic Thai flavors. Learning how Thais enjoy their food is a great way to understand their culture better. For the adventurous foodies, be sure to check out Thai … Continue reading THAI JUNGLE CURRY: Ran Gaeng Pa Sriyan Restaurant in Bangkok @migrationology
Travel Bloggers (Left-Right): Mark & Ying Wiens of Migrationology, James Clark of Nomaric Notes, & Tiffany Cu of Asia Travel Bug. I’ve been to Bangkok a number of times, but this is the first time I’m exploring the real flavors of Thailand beyond the touristy and cliché establishments. My food blogger friends Mark and Ying Wiens of EatingThaiFood.com introduced us to their favorite hidden place for kuay … Continue reading DOY KUAY TEOW REUA: Best Boat Noodle Restaurant in Bangkok @migrationology
The subway was very convenient to move from Pat Pong to the Suan Lum Night Market and I was amazed that Thais started to commute now vs. using cars because it is convenient and you avoid the traffic. I do hope that I get to see the day that Philippines would have our own Subway, people would prefer to commute vs. bringing their own cars, and start the culture of walking!
…At night, You should try to visit the Suan Lum Night Market — very nice ambiance, very unique finds, and kudos to Thailand for creating this night market specially for tourist who won’t have the weekend to spare for shopping.