The Jim Thompson House is a unique museum in Bangkok's Phatumwan District – not far from MBK Mall. It’s the former residence of ex-OSS agent (Office of Strategic Services - predecessor of the CIA), businessman and art-collector Jim Thompson, who played an important role in reviving Thailand’s silk industry.
Wat Saket, popularly known as the Temple of the Golden Mount, is one of the oldest temples of Bangkok and is an important landmark of the city.
Located on a 80 meter high hilltop, not far from the Grand Palace, this temple offers visitors a panoramic view over the old town of Bangkok.
There is a saying that goes like: Better be rich in a poor country than being poor in a rich country. Although Thailand is definitely not a poor country, you can draw parallels between living here and these words. You don't need to be really rich. If you belong to the middle class of a developed country, you can have the life of an upper-class citizen in Thailand. This article will help you to find the best places to live in Bangkok
Bangkok is a vibrant and culturally diverse city that emerged from a small fisherman's village to a world metropole. Also known as the "City of Angels" , this metropole is home to numerous sightseeing spots worth visiting. Here is a list of the top 19 attractions and places to visit in Bangkok.
Nowadays, almost all Thai people use smartphones and have access to Internet. Along with this development, more and more young people have discovered online dating as a convenient way to meet and date someone.
Bangkok is a metropole with a large cultural and ethnical diversity. Although the vast majority of the population is Thai, there are several districts that culturally and ethnically differ from the rest of the city. Generally speaking, it seems like Bankok's tourist and entertainment districts have been slightly segregated by the ethnicity of the cliente.