Khao San Road is one of the most popular area to stay in Bangkok – but, if you know where to look there are some less touristy things to do nearby.
There’s a LOT to do in Bangkok. The city is enormous and even just visiting the big sights like the Wat Pho, the Grand Palace and Khao San Road will take the best part of a one week trip to the city, but, while you’re scoping out those sights, or, if it’s your second or …
Also known as the Cartoon Temple, Wat Pariwat has to be seen to be believed. After all, how many temples have their own Dobby the Elf? Here’s where to find Bangkok’s most unusual temple.
Considering I have been to Bangkok seven times (and just had to talk myself out of No8) it might surprise you to hear I hated it the first time I went. So did The Boyfriend (who is now as addicted to the place as I am). It’s a story I hear over and over again …
There are a lot of cheap places to eat in Bangkok. Not all of them are good – but after visiting Bangkok so many times we’ve found a few that are.
Cooking With Poo might be the Bangkok cooking course with the strangest name – but it also has a very serious aim. Here’s why it should be the cooking course you choose in Bangkok.
Maeklong Railway Market makes a seriously memorable day trip from Bangkok. You stand by the side of a rail track while a giant locomotive trundles past! Here’s how to get from Bangkok to Maeklong market – and what to expect when you arrive.