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    From pain to peace

    Brunch, Gary Boyle, Published on 10/02/2019

    » This isn't working. My back hurts. This is a waste of time. I could've had a week in Paris. My back hurts.

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    Unconventional tours

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 06/10/2017

    » Bangkok has got so much to offer for tourists, so much that we don't even need to talk about the rest of Thailand, what with its southern beaches and mountains in the North. But since Bangkok is such a tourist hotspot, the usual tourist locations are just that -- the usual. Is there a way of seeing and experiencing the city with new eyes, be it your first time travelling here or after a lifetime living here? We here at Guru have compiled a number of tours that will do just that. Whether you want to experience Bangkok's nightlife or the roots of the local lifestyle, we're sure you'll find something below that'll help you experience the city -- and what lies beyond -- like never before.

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    Baht sinks to six-year low over global troubles

    Business, Post Reporters, Published on 09/07/2015

    » The risk aversion prompted by mounting worries over China's plunging stock market and Greece's potential exit from the euro zone have sunk the Thai baht to its lowest level in six years and roiled local shares.

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    Feast for the senses

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 22/05/2014

    » Thon Buri is well-known for its historic old temples, scenic waterways, the diversity of its culture and the many culinary delicacies still made there. The Canal Protection Act of 1941 noted that Bangkok east of the Chao Phraya River, the area officially called Phra Nakhon, had a total of 64 canals while the portion of the metropolis lying on the west bank, Thon Buri, was served by 31 canals. However, in the interim, many of these have been filled in and built over or have become so silted up they are now too shallow to be navigable.

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    Unveiling Antiquities

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 29/04/2013

    » Princely drama and art nouveau blend exquisitely in Parusakawan Palace. Once the private abode of princes and a king, whose stories were characterised by romance, heartbreak and splendour, the palace is now open to the public as it houses the first police museum in the country. A visit to the palace is to marvel at one of Thailand's finest examples of architecture and an evocation of aristocratic nostalgia.

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    Sifting through the past

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 24/05/2012

    » Saraburi may not boast Thailand's most important historical sites. But if you have been to all those former capitals such as Ayutthaya, Sukhothai or Chiang Mai, this province about an hour and a half drive northeast of Bangkok is one of the places you have to visit to get a better idea of history's finer details.

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