Category: I’m A Traveller

I’ve been seeing a lot of discussion about how many day you should stay and explore Bangkok. Some said 3 days are more than enough, some said 2 days…but I say 7 days (at least)! lol Why? Because that’s the perfect time you get to really explore Bangkok from every aspects; street foods, local places… Read more »

A history enthusiast? Check out this wonderful museums in Bangkok which will take you back in time and amaze you by its concept and features. Some are a bit touristy, some are very intrigue and weird, but they’re all worth visiting. Let’s take a look! 1. Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall source image from edtguide.com Firstly, the one… Read more »

If you are looking a place to travel for your next vacation Thailand is not one of the places to be. Along all the viral news that gave Thailand a not-so-nice reputation, here are some of the stinky reasons why you should not be visiting Thailand anytime soon. 1. Thai Foods are terribly delicious (and… Read more »

A big fan for noodle? If you get to be in Thailand these following noodle dishes, from a cooked-to-order restaurant, can’t be missed from your food list. They are ones of the most common menus among locals. We actually eat these noodle dishes more frequently than Pad Thai since a cooked-to-order restaurant can be found… Read more »

Looking for ideas on what to do around Bangkok to enjoy the rainy season? Don’t want to just snooze at home? Here are some of our recommendations for you. What can you do around Bangkok in the rainy season? 1. Learn how to cook Thai dishes Don’t just be a potato couch and let’s learn… Read more »

Coming over to Thailand and only having Thai foods and desserts? That won’t do. Let’s check out these delicious Thai fruits you should try while traveling across Thailand because they are refreshing, tasty, and very cheap here. They can be found in any local fresh market/ grocery stores across Thailand as well. 1. Ma Muang… Read more »

Been wondering about what are the most common Thai street foods you should try? Check out these nom nom foods and what they are made of, so now you can go ahead and try them all with no worries. 1. Pork Skewers (Mhoo Ping/ หมูปิ้ง) and BBQ Chicken Entrails on Skewer (Kruang Nai Ping/ เครื่องในปิ้ง) Firstly……. Read more »