Kudee Jeen Quarter Thonburi

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Kudee Jeen a Portuguese Heritage A stroll back in time in one of Quarter the city’s oldest districts. Kudee Jeen a quarter with a Portuguese cachet which, in the 16th century, were the first Westerner to establish relations, friendship, trade treaty, and “military” with what was then Siam, and to establish a presence in the …

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Thonburi Bangkok

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Thonburi Khlongs and Temples Thonburi (thon, wealth and buri, fortress) on the other side of Chao Phraya which during the era of the Ayuthaya kingdom was an important garrison town. It was in 1768, one year after the looting of Ayutthaya by the Burmese, that General Taksin took over Thonburi and founded the kingdom and …

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Rainbow in Andaman sea Satun

Satun Thailand

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Satun My Australian friend (Tim) who comes to Thailand twice a year to spend a few months there took the opportunity of his son’s (Mondo) trip to Bangkok to show him around and offer him a scuba dive on an island in the south of the country for his birthday. He dived in the most …

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Charcoal Man in Klong Toei

Klong Toei

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A village Called Khlong Toei No Khlong Toei (Pandan Leaf Canal) is not a village but a large district, known for the port and one of the major busy and animated market. The locals in the past named it Nakhon Khlong Toei, which means the city of Khlong Toei, or Thawip Khlong Toei, the continent …

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Sim Carte Thai

Buy Sim Card Thailand

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Sim Card Thailand Ensure that before you leave, make sure your phone is unlocked. If it is locked, you will not be able to use a Thai SIM card, so would stay connected while roaming on your usual network. Three networks company sell Tourist or Traveler prepaid SIM cards. AIS Advanced Info Service Public Company …

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King Power MahaNakhon l'une des Plus Grande Terrasse au Sol en Verre au Monde

Bangkok Highest Skywalk View

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Breathtaking View Have a drink at a bar on the heights with a breathtaking view of Bangkok, no problem. Thailand’s tallest skyscraper, the King Power Mahanakhon where the 360-degree rooftop observation reaching 314 meters has just opened its doors to the public. A good dose of adrenaline assured. The building was purchased by the King …

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