Traditional Thai dance is both graceful and elegant and takes several distinct forms. From the different types of dance to the costumes and more, here is a brief history and the basics of traditional Thai dance.
If you’re bored with the same old apples and oranges from your local supermarket then a trip to Thailand is simply a must with a superb selection of almost one hundred kinds of exotic and enticing varieties available. People throughout the world love the taste of the kingdom’s fruits and whether you prefer sweet or sour there’s bound to be something to tickle your taste buds, all at a smidgen of the prices you’ll find them at back home.
The big Bangkok travel news in December 2017 was the arrival of the renowned Michelin Guide to the City of Angels with a number of exquisite eateries becoming proud recipients of a coveted Michelin Star. But amid all the fantastic fusion food and divine dishes was Jay Fai, whose humble shop house turns out classic Thai street food obviously considered worthy of the culinary world’s most sought-after accolade.
What better way is there to get around than on trusty bicycle? Not only is it one of the best forms of exercise to be had it’s also 100% eco-friendly and so much fun to boot!
Of all the enduring images of Bangkok, from the streets packed with the ubiquitous tuk-tuks and food stalls selling everything from the classic staples and more exotic fare to the towering skyscrapers and busy riverine life of the mighty Chao Phraya River, none are more representative of this great Asian capital than the towering spires and gilt-adorned edifices of the magnificent temples, or “wats” as they are known locally.