Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok

By : Manfred T | 14 Oct 2014 | Posted in: Bangkok, Thailand | Tags: , , , ,

The Royal Thai Air Force Museum is located near Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport. There are around 70 planes and helicopters on display and you can climb into the cockpits of a few of them. It’s a great place for both adults and children so spend a few hours. Click here to book a great hotel …

Scorpions, Snakes, Geckos & Other Thai Creatures

By : Manfred T | 30 Sep 2014 | Posted in: Thailand, Weird | Tags: ,

If you spend some time in Thailand you’ll most likely see a whole range of creatures that you wouldn’t see back in your home country. Since being here I’ve seen scorpions, snakes, geckos, giant lizards, and other interesting creatures. Here’s a selection of what I’ve seen so far. Click here if you need to book …

Corrections Museum – A Look At Bangkok’s Gruesome Past

By : Manfred T | 29 Sep 2014 | Posted in: Bangkok, Thailand, Weird | Tags: , ,

The Corrections Museum is one of Bangkok’s most gruesome museums and only attracts a handful of tourists a day. If you like bizarre, weird and quirky places, then this is just the place for you. It’s located at the edge of Chinatown in Romaninat Park (Romaneenart Park on Google Maps). Click here to book a hotel …

French Ambassador’s Residence In Bangkok

By : Manfred T | 21 Sep 2014 | Posted in: Bangkok, Thailand | Tags: ,

European Heritage Days are held in many European countries on the third Sunday in September every year. This allows the public to enter many buildings that are usually closed to them. As part of the French Heritage Day they also open buildings in other parts of the world, including the French Ambassador’s Residence in Bangkok. …

MR Kukrit’s House And Heritage Home

By : Manfred T | 15 Sep 2014 | Posted in: Bangkok, Thailand | Tags: ,

M.R. Kukrit’s House was the home of former Prime Minister of Thailand MR Kukrit Pramoj. As well as being Thailand’s 13th Prime Minister he also set up Thailand’s first political party. He is considered to be a very important person from Thailand’s history and was also well known as a writer, a columnist and a …

Littlest Guesthouse, Bangkok

By : Manfred T | 3 Sep 2014 | Posted in: Bangkok, Thailand, Where We Stayed | Tags: , ,

After our recent travels around northeast Thailand, Vientiane, Seoul and Hong Kong we headed back to Bangkok where we plan to spend the next few months. For our first few days we chose Littlest Guesthouse, which is just a 1-minute walk from Surasak BTS station. But don’t be put off by the name, because our …

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