Songkran is the Thai New Year’s national holiday in Thailand. Although, New Year has been officially celebrated on the 1st of January, but Songkran was their traditional Thai New Year and it was transformed into a national holiday.
Over 100 ascended models or replicas of ancient ruins, monuments and buildings more covering at this wondrous site. In just one day, you can enjoy this stunning Ancient Siam all in one location!
By: iamAldonLopez | January 15, 2019 Teachers in Thailand are highly respected and treated as very important people by locals, and especially by the students’ parents. Thus, Thai people have 2 important ways of showing their respect for educators. These are ‘Wai Kru’ ceremony and ‘Teachers’ Day’. This ‘Wai Kru’ ceremony take place at the […]
By: iamAldonLopez | January 12, 2019 “I will do it for the people who give me food and water every day.” – Luang Phor Koon. He was the person behind this stunning huge elephant temple in Thailand also known as Wat Ban Rai. I been around to a few countries in Asia and visited temples. […]
Really??? There’s a cave in town?
Really? There are six main beaches in just one small island? Wow!!! That’s amazing!!!
One of the highlights of my trip was able to meet a ‘Kababayan’ (countryman) from the Philippines. This ‘biatch’ (guy) is simply a lot of fun to be around. He also likes to travel a lot. In fact, he has been to more than 50 countries. I enjoyed so much of his sense of humour that takes delight in almost everything — from sarcasm, to situational comedy. (haha!!!) We became an instant friend, did some crazy stuffs but hmmm… ‘what happened in Pattaya stays in Pattaya’.