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A FITNESS LOVER’S GUIDE TO BANGKOK

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As you would expect from any cosmopolitan city, Bangkok is a hub for fitness activities for both locals and travelers alike. From Tai Chi in the park to spinning, Zumba and Pilates classes all over the city, Bangkok offers a range of options to keep fitness lovers entertained. While working out may not be your first priority while backpacking abroad, …

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EIGHT LGBT-FRIENDLY VENUES
AND BARS IN BANGKOK

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Bangkok offers some of the best nightlife in the world and none more so than the city’s awesome array of LGBT-friendly venues. Members of the LGBT community are welcomed here from far and wide and the local scene has been growing and growing over the past decade. The majority of LGBT-friendly bars and clubs are focused around gay guys and …

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A BANGKOK QUICKIE: 48 HOURS IN THE THAI CAPITAL

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Bangkok may seem like a small capital city on the map, but it has 50 districts and around 180 subdistricts. With its plethora of Wats, markets, night spots, spas, and shopping centers, squeezing all of these in 2 days would require a lot of research and planning. Considering that one could easily spend half a day going through Platinum Mall’s …

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AN EXPERTS’ GUIDE TO RIDIN’ SOLO IN BANGKOK

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There are plenty of good reasons why Thailand is perfect for solo travellers and much of that lies within the bustling city of Bangkok. Starting your trip in a huge metropolis such as Bangkok may be daunting, but thankfully the Thai capital is so welcoming that many end up staying here longer than expected, even when travelling solo! Read on …

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“I WILL SURVIVE”: 6 TIPS FOR SURVIVING KHAO SAN ROAD

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Khao San Road: The center of the backpacking universe is dense with hotels, hostels, massage parlors, stalls, stores, restaurants, pubs, and nightclubs that cater to the needs of its tourist residents, from cheap rubs to buckets of booze. With its crowded, narrow streets and fast-talking and unrelenting hawkers and tuktuk drivers, how does one survive this one of a kind …