Postcards from Thailand #9: The World War II Cemetery in Kanchanaburi...

The Commonwealth Graves Commission has done a commendable job in honouring those who gave up their lives in World War II. They have set...

Postcards from Thailand #14: Wat Lokayasutharam in Ayutthaya

The main attraction at the Wat Lokayasutharam in Ayutthaya is the image of a reclining Buddha. Called Phra Buddhasaiyart, it is made of bricks...

Postcards from Thailand #10: Enjoying the Kwai River

The Kwai river in Thailand sure is a beautiful one. And especially inviting for tourists in and around Kanchanaburi, located about 130 kms (81...

Kunzum TV – Bangkok, Thailand: Damnernsaduak Floating Market | SHOPPING

http://youtu.be/-f5EXlG7ffw You cannot go to Bangkok and miss out on its floating markets. Unfortunately, most of them open on certain days of the week and...

Postcards from Thailand #15: Wat Maha That in Ayutthaya

This is an image you may have seen often: the head of a sandstone Buddha image lying amidst the roots and lower trunk of...

Chiang Mai, Thailand – Rose of the North

By MANISHA AHLAWAT Chiang Mai literally means New City, even though it's an old city. That is because the city was built in 1296 as...

Postcards from Thailand #2: Wat Umong, a Buddhist Temple in a...

The Wat Umong is a Buddhist temple unlike any other, and one missing on most traveller itineraries. The monastery is built in tunnels constructed...

Bangkok, Thailand – You Need All Your Energy Reserves To Live...

By MANISHA AHLAWAT Bangkok is a city where you need to let go of whatever is holding you back and let your hair down.  The city...

Postcards from Thailand #1: Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep (a Buddhist Temple),...

My visit to Thailand could not have started at a better place than the Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, the most famous of all Buddhist...

Postcards from Thailand #3: A Festival of Lanterns, Lights and Floats...

If you are in love, or want to make any wishes for your future life, head to Chiang Mai a few days before the...