A Day Spent at the Death Railway (The Bridge on the River Kwai)

The Burma Railway also known as the Death Railway was built by the Japanese Government during WWII particularly in 1943 to support its allies in Burma. This Bridge connects Thailand and Yangon (formerly Burma) is built on the Kwai Yai or Mae Klong River and has a length of 415 kilometers. Why called as the Death Railway? According to Thai History, About 90,000 civilian labourers … Continue reading A Day Spent at the Death Railway (The Bridge on the River Kwai)

Ruins of Ayutthaya- A Must Visit

I have been to Ayuthaya twice and the feeling is the same whenever I go. The ruins that defined the dramatic history of the city always mesmerized me. Founded in 1351 by King Ramathibodi I and was in the hands of Burma in 1569. After winning back Ayutthaya, a reconstruction was done and of the 400 Temples, only few left. Excavations were also done and … Continue reading Ruins of Ayutthaya- A Must Visit

Trip to Noong Noch Tropical Botanical Garden in Pattaya

This tropical garden is the largest Botanical Garden in Southeast Asia with an area close to 600 acres. Once a plantation of local fruits and now a home to different tropical plants and flowers planted and arranged by theme. As soon as you get inside the vast area, your first impression is…amazing! Yes, the Bonsai Gardens, different kind of Palm Trees, colorful and beautifully bloomed … Continue reading Trip to Noong Noch Tropical Botanical Garden in Pattaya

Exploring Hua Hin – 6 Reasons to Stay

Hua Hin, once a fisherman village and a popular holiday destination of the royal family in the olden times is now a top choice of vacationers not only locals but tourists from different parts of the globe. Located in the Southern part of Thailand and is more than 2 hours travel from Bangkok by land and approximately 5 hours if by train. While having our … Continue reading Exploring Hua Hin – 6 Reasons to Stay