• Somdet Phra Srina Karinda Park, Roi Et
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    Ten Things to Do in Roi Et Province, Thailand

    Roi Et is a province in northeastern (Isan) Thailand. It is named after the capital city. The Isan region is the country’s most populous region. However, it is the least visited by tourists. This is my wife’s, Ping Ping, home in Thailand. Thus, I’m so excited to share with you ten things to do in Roi Et province. Disclosure: This blog contains affiliate marketing links. When you click a link and make a purchase we receive a commission at no extra cost to you.   1. Wat Burapha Phiram Roi Et is known for having Thailand’s tallest standing Buddha. It’s also the second tallest Buddha overall behind only The Big…

  • Chatuchak Park, One of Bangkok's Most Popular Public Parks
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    Chatuchak Park, One of Bangkok’s Most Popular Public Parks

    Chatuchak Park, located just north of downtown Bangkok, is one of the city’s most popular public parks. This park is just one of three included in the Chatuchak Park Complex. The other two being Wachirabenchatat Park and Queen Sirikit Park. First opened in 1980, Chatuchak is the oldest of the three. Queen Sirikit Park was built in 1992. It was named and constructed after Queen Sirikit in honor of her 60th birthday. Wachirabenchatat, year 2002, is the most recent to open. Disclosure: This blog contains affiliate marketing links. When you click a link and make a purchase we receive a commission at no extra cost to you.     I…

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    Great Smoky Mountains: America’s Favorite

    I have very fond memories of growing up as a kid in North Carolina and driving to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. My family moved away when i was teenager, but I moved back to the area as an adult. The Great Smokies are one of those places that call out to you. The amazing views, green landscape, and dense fog make Great Smoky Mountains National Park America’s favorite. Proof of that is the fact that it is the most visited national park in the United States. Tennessee and North Carolina both claim part of the park. The Great Smokies have also even been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.…