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Asian Culture and Travel

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Hue’s Heavenly Lady Pagoda

[...] The national symbol of Hue is the Thien Mu Pagoda (“Heavenly Lady Pagoda”). Built in 1601, it is one of the oldest pagodas in [...]

The Imperial Citadel of Hue

[...] ’ itineraries when they visit Vietnam. The city’s most famous attraction is the ancient Imperial Citadel and the Imperial Enclosure within. The citadel is the home of Vietnam’s last royal [...]

Hue’s Heavenly Lady Pagoda

[...] in Vietnam. Located on the north bank of the Perfume River in Hue, a few miles SW of the Imperial Citadel, the pagoda stands 7 storeys high making it the tallest in country. The Thien Mu Pagoda [...]

Lampang’s Kad Kong Ta Walking Street

[...] walk along the Old Market Road (Thanon Talad Gao, also known as Kad Kong Ta) which follows the Wang River between Ratchadapisek Bridge and the Riverside Guest House. … Continue reading → [...]

Off the beaten track – staying in Lampang

[...] Staying at the charming Riverside Guest House on the Wang River in Lampang is a pleasant and relaxing experience you won’t forget. The city of Lampang is [...]

Binge Drinking Elephants and other Tales of Lampang’s Bygone Days

[...] Thailand, the old commercial district of the city was located directly on the bank of the Wang River along the road known today as Thanon Talad Kaow (“Old Market Road”). … Continue reading → [...]

Wat Ket Temple and Museum

[...] Wat Ket is located directly across the Ping River from the Flower Market in Chiang Mai’s central [...]

Chiang Mai’s Chinese Muslim Market

[...] extensively between China and Burma, across the rugged mountainous tracks of northern Thailand in large mule caravans, selling their goods for centuries before settling down in [...]

Dancing with Elephants

[...] One of the best sanuk activities to do when visiting northern Thailand is to go to one of the elephant training camps. There are two main parks in the region: the [...]

Binge Drinking Elephants and other Tales of Lampang’s Bygone Days

[...] Before the 1916 introduction of rail to Lampang in northern Thailand, the old commercial district of the city was located directly on the bank of the Wang River [...]

Nantaram Temple and the Story of Mother Earth

[...] moat in the area of Wualai and Nantaram Roads, lies a beautiful but little known temple called Wat Nantaram. Long ago, this temple was a focal point for the craftspeople who lived in the surrounding [...]

Chiang Mai Salsa: Nam Prik Num

Reblogged from Sanuk: Nam Prik Num One of my favourite Northern Thai dishes is Nam Prik Num (น้ำพริกหนุ่ม). This is a popula [...]

Wat Ket Temple and Museum

[...] hall One of the two nagas at the entrance of the prayer hall Inside the main prayer hall at Wat Ket The stupa containing a relic of Buddha at Wat Ket A shrine for Buddha images outside the main prayer [...]

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Hue’s Heavenly Lady Pagoda

[...] The national symbol of Hue is the Thien Mu Pagoda (“Heavenly Lady Pagoda”). Built in 1601, it is one of the oldest pagodas in [...]