Travel Scrapbook

STARTING DATE: 3 Oct 2019

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TOTAL UPDATE: 80 STORIES

Bangkok Post's weekly travel scoops showing you prominent travel destinations and great cultural places.

Travel Scrapbook
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Natural born killers

At the Tropical Insect Sanctuary, you can get up close and personal with some cute cannibals and other captivating creatures.

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Natural born killers
18 Feb 2021

Finding peace in northern Thailand

Lampang's ancient temples are a good place for Buddhists to make merit.

18 Feb 2021
Finding peace in northern Thailand
11 Feb 2021

Life on Memory Lane

The House of Museums in Bangkok's Thawi Watthana district is one of the best places to soak up a nostalgic atmosphere.

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Life on Memory Lane
4 Feb 2021

Blessings and prosperity

With the coming of the Chinese New Year, a trip to Bangkok's Chinatown should be on your calendar.

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Blessings and prosperity
28 Jan 2021

Hidden in plain sight

Tens of thousands of commuters pass Phyathai Palace each day without realising the royal treasures nestled inside its grand doors.

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Hidden in plain sight
21 Jan 2021

A quiet canal cruise

BMA's new electric boats stop at some of Bangkok's favourite destinations and are free to passengers through June.

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A quiet canal cruise
14 Jan 2021

A giant in size and importance

Get to know Prasat Nakhon Luang, with its historical architecture unlike any other in Ayutthaya, and you might find it interesting enough to be the first place to visit.

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A giant in size and importance
7 Jan 2021

More than meets the eye

While there are many landmarks to see in this northern province across from Laos, perhaps the best activity is to sit along the mighty Mekong and enjoy the view.

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More than meets the eye
24 Dec 2020

Hiding in plain sight

Krabi's Nong Thale boasts some epic vistas that many visitors to this southern province remain unaware.

24 Dec 2020
Hiding in plain sight
17 Dec 2020

Historic crossroads

Serving as a stopover for merchants travelling between Isan and Cambodia, Korat today is known for its picturesque scenery, ancient ruins and rich music culture.

17 Dec 2020
Historic crossroads