The Grand Palace, Bangkok

The Grand Palace, Bangkok

Bangkok’s Wats (temples) are what the world thinks of as typically Siamese – pagoda shaped, exotic, lavishly covered in gold, and backed by the sound of ever tinkling of wind-chimes. Wat Pra Kaeo and the Grand Palace Wat Pra Kaeo and the Grand Palace are Bangkok’s most popular cultural attractions sharing some 945,000 square metres of common More...

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Sight-seeing in Bangkok - Lesser Known Sites
By Paul Linus On Sunday, July 22nd, 2018
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Sight-seeing in Bangkok – Lesser Known Sites

The striking red and gold temples that catch the sun and dazzle the eye in Bangkok are Buddhist, but there are Christian churches, Indian temples and Chinese and Japanese temples dotted about Krung Thep, the “City More...

Bangkok River Trip
By Paul Linus On Saturday, July 21st, 2018
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Bangkok River Trip

Bangkok can be a fairly muggy, polluted and oppressive city, with no apparent means of escape. One option that is frequently overlooked is the river. Take a 13 Baht river ferry from central Bangkok and an hour later More...

Driving Tips In Mexico
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, June 26th, 2018
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Driving Tips In Mexico

For the more adventurous tourist who doesn’t want to spend their whole vacation at a resort, renting a car is a good option. It allows you the freedom of mobility you will need to see attractions that most vacationers More...

Paris Tour - Sun Rise At Notre Dame, Head To Champs Elysees
By Paul Linus On Saturday, June 16th, 2018
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Paris Tour – Sun Rise At Notre Dame, Head To Champs Elysees

Watch the Sun Rise at Notre Dame Arguably one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the world, and famous for its mythical hunchback, created by Victor Hugo, Notre Dame is situated in the historical centre of Paris. More...

Tourism in the Capital of India - Delhi
By Paul Linus On Friday, June 8th, 2018
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Tourism in the Capital of India – Delhi

From the huge variety of Delhi’s markets to interesting historical and religious sites, this city has much to offer. For those with only a few days in Delhi, these are some sites that should not be missed. Swaminarayan More...

Best Ways to Cure Holiday Boredom
By Paul Linus On Friday, June 1st, 2018
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Best Ways to Cure Holiday Boredom

Organize a Game Day Set aside a day or two for a game marathon. Gather together family or friends, and pull out the board games, a deck of cards, and the Ping-Pong table. Set up teams and keep a scoreboard for the More...

What to Do if Flight is Canceled
By Paul Linus On Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018
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What to Do if Flight is Canceled

Flight delays and cancellations can occur for a host of reasons, including the weather, delayed incoming flights, and mechanical trouble. While they cannot be prevented, there are some things that business travelers More...

Traveling by Air. Here's Tips How to Save Money
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018
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Traveling by Air? Here’s Tips How to Save Money

To save money on airline tickets, book your flight in advance, preferably immediately after travel plans are announced and dates are finalized. Check with various online travel sites to find the best deal, keeping More...

The Towers of Tallinn, Estonia
By Paul Linus On Monday, May 7th, 2018
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The Towers of Tallinn, Estonia

While Tallinn, the pretty capital of Baltic state Estonia, houses many interesting museums, restaurants and historic buildings, my favorite parts are the remnants of the Old Town wall and its many red-roofed towers. More...