About Me


Sawasdee Krup Everyone Welcome

After years of traveling around the world alone and then as a guide /tour leader, I finally settled in Bangkok many years ago. After all these years my experiences in Thailand are many, not only in the travel world but also in everyday life in contact with the very welcoming and smiling Thai people. I think it’s time for me to be part of the world of the web in order to share what I’ve learned and still enjoy in my daily life and to offer the benefit of it with future visitors who want to know more about this restless and astonishing city.

A dream come true

A long time ago (it’s like it was yesterday, time goes by so fast), Thailand was my first trip away from France and was a real culture shock, but what a good one! I always tell my friends or anyone else who asks me why I decided to live here? and when I say that on my first trip, as soon as I got off the plane, I immediately felt that I had a previous life in this country and promised myself that one day I would come to live in Thailand, some smile politely, and others ask me what I really felt at that moment. A few years later, I kept my promise and realized my dream and I am happy to have done so.

The Purpose of my Site

I would like you to discover the city from a different perspective as I feel it. Bangkok the most visited city in the world has many and interesting faces, where traditions are intertwined with hasty urbanization. Let yourself be guided through this megapolis and its many neighborhoods to meet the Thai people in their daily life.

Presentation, Help, and Information

I will familiarize you with the lifestyle of a wide range of Thai society, as well as information to facilitate and make your stay comfortable.

I hope this will help you plan your next trip to Bangkok.

If you have any questions, I will be more than happy to help you.

Your messages of encouragement are welcome


Long live travel and have a good trip



4 thoughts on “About Me”

    1. Dear Sunhapuk,

      Khao San offer many small hotels and Guesthouse and may I ask which kind of hotel you looking for? Cheap, moderate or luxe?

      Would you consider another part of Bangkok to stay?

      Thank you

      Don’t hesitate to contact me


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