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Travel to Koh Kood island with a dog

The city of Trat is the start point for most travellers heading to their island in tropical paradise (for information on how to transport a dog to Trat click… 358 more words

Thailand

Dangs Phuket...Decent restaurant serving affordable Thai food.

We were wondering around this area and spotted this little restaurant.  Although it was a bit early we decided to have lunch here. Since we were early, we didn’t have to wait to be seated. 163 more words

Cuisine

Bangla Road... Carnival of booze, ping pong & tiger shows (and more)..

The infamous Bangla road! Well, first of all, you have to experience it, at least for one! This is my 2nd visit to Phuket, Thailand and this time we stayed right off Bangla road as we wanted to experience the whole ‘chaos’. 289 more words

Patong

Treedom in the News

The Treedom Group, an oud oil manufacturer, supplier and investment manager with assets under management of around $60 million, has launched a Shariah-compliant investment product and opened an office in Dubai. 426 more words

Dubai

Farewell Bangkok

Although I have countless more images from Bangkok, today can be the last, so we can move up north a little next time. Something I love to see in cities I have visited is the contrast between old and new. 163 more words

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Rico's Hotel Patong, Phuket... Thumbs up: Location, Price, Room and Facilities..

What do you know; I and a bunch of friends were casually talking about going for a short break. One of the condition of the trip, it should be overseas, must be island or beach trip as it will be more relaxing. 523 more words

Patong

News You Really Need To See: "Thailand’s Political Tensions Are Rekindling Ethnic and Regional Divisions"

“Thailand’s Political Tensions Are Rekindling Ethnic and Regional Divisions”

The New York Times, April 13, 2014, p.A9

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/13/world/asia/thailands-political-tensions-are-rekindling-ethnic-and-regional-divisions.html?_r=0

“Thailand is the land of the Thais, of course — but also of the Lanna, Lao, Mon, Malay, Khmer and Chinese, among other ethnic groups subsumed into the country over the centuries.   255 more words

News You Really Need To See