Chiang Mai has more than 300 temple to explore. This post is not supposed to be a guide to temple spotting but a place to put some of the hundreds of photos we took in and around temples during the couple of months we spent more »
A Lion Dance with a Difference and the Great Tangyuan Giveaway! The 22nd of December is the day of the solstice or midwinter’s day. While people back home in the UK were probably feeling uplifted by the fact that days would soon be getting longer, more »
Monks Modeled from Wax and Resin that Make You Look Twice Firstly, these are not real monks – I have never been so much as disconcerted by an actual, live monk. This is a quick post to show you some wax monks we found in more »
After the visit to the Killing Fields we settled down to spend 9 days in the capital city. We moved away from the Riverside area which is where many of the tourist hotels, guesthouses and restaurants are and into the Sorya area. A little further more »
After Taiping we plumped for revisiting Ipoh; the 24 hours or so we’d spent there had not been enough to take in any of the caves the area was famous for and as all transport went via Ipoh anyway it seemed silly not to. Perak more »
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