Tarun Chhauda

  • I have been an avid traveller for many years now. What gets me going is the curiosity to learn about the culture and living of various people from different origins. My travels along Europe as a solo traveller have added a perspective to my life. But what I have found really awe-inspiring are my travels to the east, particularly to Bangkok. My journeys into Bangkok have lent me the essential sense of nostalgia as I always yearn to keep going back to Bangkok to discover more and more.

Train Market

A Bangkok market is seeking instant attention from the city’s hipsters, retro freaks and the antique hunters. This vintage lover’s paradise is named as the Talad Rot Fai. ”Talad” means market and “Rot Fai” means train in Thai, an apt name Read more

 
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Pratunam, Wholesale Market

Pratunam market is one of the Thailand’s major markets, and is also the largest clothing market of Thailand. It is a primarily a wholesale market and you can save a lot of money here if you buy in bulk. The Read more

 
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Paragon Cineplex

The Paragon Cineplex offers a great escape from the routine living of Bangkok. If you are tired of the shopping scene and need a break to enjoy with family and friends then this promises to be the best bet. It Read more

 
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Pahurat, The Little India

Pahurat as it is called in the Thailand language is also known as the little India and is located in the neighbourhood surrounding the Pahurat Road in the Phra nakhon district in Bangkok. It is supposed that Pahurat have derived Read more

 
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Or Tor Kor Market

The market is an initiative of the Farmers Marketing Association of Bangkok. It is for this reason that it is very well organised and famous amongst the visitors. It has been claimed as the 4th best fresh market of the Read more

 
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National Museum of Royal Barges

For anyone not familiar with the royalty of Thai King’s this place promises to be the best bet. It has on display the Royal Boats or the Royal Barges as they are popularly known which were used by the kings Read more

 
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