One of the things that most all 1st time visitors travelling through Bangkok
Bangkok quickly notice is the large variety of fruits on the streets.
Thailand has many fruits that you might have never seen before.
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New to town? Bangkok Novice to Advanced
when I roam around town with a few bags of camera gear, phones and compass I get tired
ultimately I prefer support for visit my local charity project
FSCC Foundation Slum Child Care log of my visits and money raised
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Friday, March 30, 2018
Travel meet Locals Bangkok have created A SUPER SOLUTION
with collaboration Enlgish spired by KruPor
Local Thai learning English become a host for the day, your tour buddy during a big day each on adventure Bangkok
The result: a big day of enthusiastic adventure
Monthly events are pretty well sold out
you book a ticket on the program, on arrival your allocated a buddy and the collaboration and mutual learning process begins
the common goal; Have a fun memorable day
Host Goal: Take care; navigate, translate and Orientate, listen and lean english
Visitor Goal: ask a lot of questions and encourage speaking english
Lots of Smiles, Photos, swapping of social media and good memories to share with friends
here's a glimpse at some hilights
The day tour covered
1. muster station
3. street food experience
4. Local markets
5. Famous Temple
6. team building challenges
6. Floating Markets
7. Night Cruise
Souvenir Tour map MLT 18/3/18 can be printed
Details in Thaibis Travel meet Locals
Monthly events: Next trip April 2018
Details in Thaibis Travel meet Locals
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Thailand is building up to what will be a historic period with final preparations under way for the funeral of the late King. The Royal Cremation Ceremony will be held in Bangkok from October 25-29. It will be a sad time for Thai people, but the country will remain as welcoming as ever for tourists and you will still be able to enjoy your trip. Although there is no need to change travel plans, please be respectful and if you are visiting Bangkok or other areas of Thailand in October, there are some important points to be aware of.
October 5: Awk Phansa Buddhist holiday. Public holiday nationwide.
October 13: First anniversary of King Bhumibol’s death. Public holiday nationwide.
October 25: Funeral ceremonies for the King commence in Bangkok.
October 26: Cremation ceremony for the King. Public holiday nationwide.
October 27-29: Religious ceremonies continue in Bangkok.
Located just 1km from BTS (skytrain) station SIAM CENTRAL and even less if you like to try the local canal fast ferry service on Saen Saep Canal
The markets are different to most as they are suited for tourist with larger / wider isles to walk past all the goodies of awesome Thai and western food
loads of ice cream treats
clothing and souvenirs
From the front of the markets you can see the rooftop of Redsky rooftop 61st floor and from the rear of the markets where they have bars and foot massage vendors operating out of converted Sea Containers you can see the Baiyoke rooftop at 83 frs high
Another significant bonus is the enormous bright over head lighting throughout the markets
to see more
location, logistics, photos and videos follow this link to Bangkok PAC page about Neon Night Markets Bangkok
Monday, September 25, 2017
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we will post updates of news relating to this event as they unfold
BANGKOK: HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej, was the longest serving monarch of Thailand, who selflessly served his people for 70 years. His passing in 2016, has united the country in grief. He was for many of us living in Thailand, the only King we had ever known...