• Bridge Over The River Kwai

    The Bridge Over the River Kwai is in Kanchanaburi province , 128 km west of Bangkok. It was built by POWs and Asian laborers during World War II. The railway was 415 km with 294 km in Thailand. It linked Burma and Thailand to support moving weapons to Burma.Bridge construction began in February 1943

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  • Bangkok Street Food

    There are many street foods in Bangkok and it is very popular with locals. Eating from street vendors is a part of Thai daily life. CNNmaned Bangkok as the city with the best street food on the planet !! Here are some photos of the atmosphere of street food areas we are going to visit.

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  • Bangkok Canals & Artist House

    Bangkok once used to be called the Venice of the East because of a lot of small canal networks. In the old days people only traveled by boat. Rivers were highways whereas canals were streets that led to the residential areas. Some major canals still being used by people who live along the water. Let

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  • Kho Kret (Kret Island)

    Ko Kret is a small island on the Chao Phraya River in Nonthaburi province. It is a fun place to visit on weekend. It is very famous weekend destination where locals enjoy relaxing and eating. There are a lot of vendors selling all kind of local food and dessert. I’m sure you will enjoy seeing

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  • Amphawa Floating Market

    Amphawa Floating Market is an authentic and popular weekend market for Bangkokians. They enjoy local foods for snacking during the day and for bringing back home for family or friends. There are alot of localfood stalls on landand on boats. Along both side of the canal, there are old houses wooden s

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