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    Travel fair returns

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 01/08/2019

    » One of the Kingdom's best-known travel events, the Thai International Travel Fair (TITF) is taking place again on Aug 22-25. This time the venue will be the Challenger Hall 2 of Impact Muang Thong Thani.

  • LIFE

    New experiences in old Bangkok

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 15/08/2019

    » The area you'll be reading about in this article is only around 1.2km². Yet, it's packed full of fascinating things to see and do, from Wang Burapha, Saphan Han and Sampheng, to Phahurat, Saphan Phut, Pak Klong Talat and Ban Mo.

  • LIFE

    Not what it seems

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 01/08/2019

    » As you can see on the map, Klong Yai district is a narrow strip of land that extends from the main part of Trat province. Flanked by the Gulf of Thailand on one side and the mountains of western Cambodia on the other, it doesn't look like a place where much has happened.

  • LIFE

    Time for Taiwan

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 12/07/2019

    » Thanks to the visa-exempt entry policy and the constant availability of promotional airfare, Taiwan's popularity among Thai travellers is continually increasing. If it's the destination for your next trip, here is an event that will give you all the information you need about one of Taiwan's most beautiful regions.

  • LIFE

    Where the Mekong ends

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 04/07/2019

    » The Cai Rang Floating Market is one of the largest of its kind throughout the Mekong Delta in Southern Vietnam. Despite having gained such knowledge from a brief pre-trip research I wasn't expecting much when I slumbered my way onto the tour boat early in the morning to visit the place. Back home in Thailand I have seen too many floating markets already.

  • TRAVEL

    Undisturbed by time

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 20/06/2019

    » I had been to Kyoto a couple of times before. However, I had always thought of it as a city, as the former imperial capital of Japan. I didn't realise that Kyoto as a prefecture has much more to offer than the famous bamboo grove and those popular shrines and temples. Along the northern coast of the prefecture, referred to by some as "Kyoto By The Sea" nestled interesting places not much known among non-Japanese travellers. The fishing village of Ine, with its unique and well-preserved architecture, interested me most. It was the major purpose of my latest visit to the Land of the Rising Sun.

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