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.

Lumpini Park

This huge 142 acre park with large public spaces is named after the birth place of Lord Buddha i.e. Lumpini in Nepal. The park is loved for its tranquil and serene environment. Many a locals as well as foreigners visit Read more

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Klong Toey Market

The famous Klong Toey market is the Bangkok’s largest wet market. It is said that a faint hearted person should not visit this market as many a times you will also see things like blood oozing out from an animal’s Read more

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King Rama IX Park

Spread over 200 acres the King Rama IX Park is the largest public park in Bangkok. It is home to a beautiful botanical garden, a magnificent lake and various gardens inspired from different countries across the globe. Located 15 kms Read more

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Siam Ocean World

Siam Ocean World is the Southeast Asia’s largest oceanarium and it is equally phenomenal. It boasts of having 30,000 sea creatures representing the length and breadth of the oceans around the globe. Located two storeys below the Siam Paragon shopping Read more

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Wat Saket, The Golden Mount

Wat Saket is one of the older temples in Bangkok dating back to the Ayutthaya era when it was also named as the Wat Sakae. The temple is situated on top of an artificial man made hill and was once Read more

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