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Wat Phu Khao Thong @ Ayutthaya, Thailand

The most prominent feature of Wat Phu Khao Thong, or Temple of Golden Mountain, is the marvelous square-based stupa.  The temple is thought to be established by King Ramesuan in 1387, built to commemorate victory over the Burmese army.   144 more words


English Camp: The Big Day

The big day has arrived: the Unity 3D English Camp at Santirat Vocational College. I turned up earlier than usual (7:20am – a new record) to sort out the dozen or so balloons I blew up the day before, but all the kids had tied them together for the display for me. 645 more words

South East Asia

Wat Yaichamongkol

Sawatdee Kah! I recently went to Thailand with some family members to go on a shopping spree. But aside from that, we also made sure to visit some of Thailand’s tourist spots. 53 more words


Last week we were in Bangkok, Thailand. I could see how it could be considered a loud & chaotic city with lots of traffic but because we came via India, we actually found Bangkok to be relatively serene. 1,246 more words


The Great Wall of Bangkok

To enhance its support for Thailand’s ever-growing creative minds, Bangkok University has opened its own Creative Centre. Through the use of extremely bright colours, the university highlights its vision for playfulness, interactivity and creativity in this building which includes a workshop space, library, exhibition area, and offices. 170 more words

Blow away your blues at Bombay Blues.

Name: Bombay Blues

Address: 139 Thong Lo soi 10, Sukhumvit 55 (Thong Lo), 4th Floor of the Opus Building, Bangkok 10110

BTS: Thong Lo

Phone Number: 236 more words