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1. travel | 02 May 2013
» So close to Bangkok that it is invariably overlooked by day-trippers, Nakhon Pathom is neither an exotic nor a particularly exciting destination. What this town does have in bucketfuls, though, is a tranquil, laid-back a...
2. travel | 02 May 2013
» Hundreds of passengers quietly hang around Bangkok's Hua Lamphong station. Some have waited for so long that they decide to sit on the floor because all the benches are occupied. Maids take a break and enjoy chatting...
3. opinion | 23 Apr 2013
» Avoiding driving on crowded roads during a long weekend such as Songkran might be a good idea. But travelling on weekdays, though smaller traffic jams, may give you a different experience _ some of them beyond your imag...
4. travel | 11 Apr 2013
» Phuket is changing rapidly and some of its better known attractions have got far too popular for their own good. There are, however, still some quiet, relatively unspoiled spots on the island where one can have a relaxin...
5. travel | 28 Mar 2013
» They are famous for haunting trees at night with their distinctive hoots and swooping on mice and other prey, and now they're stopping traffic. A giant bamboo sculpture with bright eyes peers from the entrance of the...