Postcards from Thailand #11: Damnernsaduak Floating Market near Bangkok – Open...

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 #4: Night Safari, Chiang Mai

This is one zoo you cannot miss when in Thailand. If you are willing to ignore the confined quarters of the animals, you may...

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...

Postcards from Thailand #6: Celebrating Songkran, the Water Festival on Thai...

If it’s Songkran, you must be in Thailand - all prepared to get wet! The festival marks the Thai New Year, and is a time...

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...

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...

Postcards from Thailand #12: Ayutthaya, a True Wonder of this World

If you are in Thailand, you could choose to skip any attraction but not the ancient city of Ayutthaya. A UNESCO World Heritage Site,...

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 #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 #7: The Bridge over the River Kwai –...

There is actually a river called Kwai. It’s in Thailand, at Kanchanaburi located 130 kms (81 miles) west of Bangkok. And there is a...