Historic Citytrip Kanchanabury, Thailand (WWII)

Historic Citytrip Kanchanabury, Thailand (WWII) Right in the Mid-West of Thailand, close to the border with Myanmar, you find the village Kanchanabury. During World War II, many (Western) prisoners of war, were forced by Japanese occupiers to help build a 415 kilometer long Railway from Thailand to Myanmar (Burma). Many prisoners parished during that time. […]

Read More

Death Railway, Kanchanabury, Thailand

Death Railway The Burma Railway, or Burma-Siam Railway is a Railway that was intended to connect Bangkok (formally named Siam) with Myanmar (formally Burma). This Railway was made by prisoners of war during the second world war. The section of the Railway that these prisoners of war and forced laborours mainly worked on was the […]

Read More

The Lebua State Tower Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

Write-Up- Lebua State Tower Hotel Who doesn’t know this hotel? A 5 star ⭐️ hotel, with its signature rooftop bar, featured in the movie: “the Hangover”. No, the rooms are not cheap, but they are freaking amaze-balls! The views from the upper rooms over Bangkok are just breathtaking.. You can hear the busy city-sounds from below […]

Read More

Meditation class in downtown Bangkok

Wat Mahathatu Learning from an enlightened monk. Wat Mahathatu. Situated in the middle of Bangkok, close to Wat Pho and the Palace. The premises is closed off from the rest of the city with a wall. Inside the wall, a calming silence takes over. The site is divided into areas. In area 5, you can […]

Read More