Living Traveling 

Chao Praya River Bangkok

The Chao Phraya  (Thai: แม่น้ำเจ้าพระยา) is one of the biggest and longest rivers in Thailand and flows through Bangkok into the Gulf of Thailand. However it is not only Bangkok that developed along the Chao Praya river. Further cities that are next to this watery live spender are Nakhon Sawan, Uthai Thani, Chainat, Singburi, Ang Thong, Ayutthaya, Pathum Thani,Nonthaburi  and Samut Prakan (from North to South). Naturally all those cities are some of the most historically significant and densely populated cities of Thailand (access to waterways always is a big “plus” of course). If you want to cross the Chao Praya river you are quite likely to use…

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backpacking thailand and loving it Traveling 

Thailand review by a backpacker newbie

My, then 17 year old little sister, came to Thailand for the first time ever. To become a backpacker. For the first time ever. Here is her experience.    Meanwhile more than one month ago, I visited my brother Sascha in Thailand. It was my first time in this country, so I experienced a lot of different and interesting stuff I’ve never seen before. I started my journey right after my prom night on July 5, starting at Frankfurt Airport, having a stop in Dubai and finally arriving in Bangkok.…

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