Tips and What to Expect: In most significant rooms, where art pieces date close to a millennium, no photos are allowed. Foot wears are not allowed. There are dedicated shoe cabinets secured by locks given to tourists before the start of the tour Entrance fee is THB150 only and purchasing it from the house museum […]
Lazily but popularly described by Filipinos who had set foot here, Bangkok is just like Manila. For a first-timer Filipina who’s here in Bangkok to do business and inject leisure whenever she can (and I mean whenever), this familiarity brings both excitement and comfort. For one, my companion and I do not look like foreigners […]
Two months and here I am still blabbing about the things I’ve seen. Needless to say, I enjoyed and learned a lot from that 6 days in Bangkok and thought I might share with you some of the same and peculiar. If anything, a scratch in the surface of Thailand’s rich culture and history has […]
When they say you should get a life you don’t need a vacation from, I didn’t know I could obtain it with just the right job. So here I am in Bangkok for business, and during my free time, leisure. If I were to plan this trip solely for pleasure, I’ll surely love to go […]
The backpack in front of you belongs to you; the backpack at your back belongs to someone else. That’s how you would want to approach being street-smart in Bangkok especially the touristy spots. That’s not the only way, though. Let me tell you my first-hand account here and how I was able to get out of […]
THE GRAND PALACE Descriptions from “Guide to the Grand Palace” which are given out to tourist inside the palace grounds itself. All photos are of the writer. The Grand Palace complex was established in 1782 and it consists of not only the royal residence and throne halls, but also a number of government offices as […]
Sandbar is what an oasis is to a desert. Its rarity like all things peculiar is longed for. So for this summer’s beach escape, we picked a random beach which could give opportunities to land on a white sandbar. After a few chat exchanges, we were down to Maniwaya Island of Marinduque. Seen through the […]
I’m having such an amazing time in Baguio right now! I’m here to have my passport renewal in DFA SM Baguio, scheduled at 10AM. Although my company is so gracious by allowing passport renewal to be filed as Official Business, this is still at my personal expense. So I decided to make the most out […]
To start, let it be known that the spring, more than a tourist destination, is a spring in its truest sense. It provides water for the locals of San Rafael, Bulacan for several beneficial purposes.
There is no registration nor entrance fee on the cave and spring. Even the cave guide fee isn’t fixed. In our case, before we could even park near Malangaan spring (parking fee was also free that time, we were the only visitors), a local guy already approached us and asked us if we would be going to the cave. We said yes and right and about he ordered his around 10-year old niece whom we later known as Mylene to get his flashlight.