Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak floating market in Ratchaburi is the most popular floating market in Thailand. The market is an hour and half away from Bangkok, we got there by a private service from the tour agency that my boyfriend hired, we opted not to have a tour guide because the one that we have the day…

Unicorn Cafe Bangkok 2018

This cafe is heaven to unicorn fans. It will make your heart melt the moment you’ll enter. The interior of the cafe is filled the shades of pink and purple with hanging unicorns on the ceiling. The tables and chairs are designed to capture the unicorn fan in you. The food– affordable and great (they’ve…

Khao San Road/China Town Bangkok

Thailand is also known for having lots of pubs and bars, especially in  Khao San Road there’s a belt of bars there which will start to open at five and closes at four in the morning. Also located near the Khao San Road are the souvenirs, you can haggle as long as it is still…

Ayutthaya Thailand

Fourth, Fifth, Six, Seventh was in Ayutthaya Thailand. This was the farthest amongst the others. I took a taxi from Khao San Road to Ayutthaya it costs around 500 Bhat but it is already covered your way back to the city, the taxi will drop and wait for you temples to temples. It will took…

Wat Arun or The Temple of Dawn

The third temple is the Wat Arun also known as the Temple of Dawn, actually only from afar because the time when I went there the temple was under renovation. I was in the restaurant, known as The Deck located across the temple on which a river is between them. Its still beautiful though even…

The Temple of the Reclining Buddha

The second temple that I visited was Wat Pho which is also known as the Temple of The Reclining Buddha, located 500 meters from the Grand Palace, and of course you have to pay 150 Bhat to enter but they’ll give you free bottles of water, compared to the Grand Palace you wont get any….

Amazing Thailand (The Grand Palace)

A place where you can explore Temples of this amazing City. I went to Thailand thru a bus from Siem Reap Cambodia on which the ride took a total of around three hours, don’t worry you won’t get hungry (: because the bus will stop from station to station. The bus ride from Siem Reap…