iPad interface for controlling various in- room features

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Gadgets are now an integral part of our daily lives. With the advent of technology many aspects of our day [...]

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6 Signs to Identify A Bad Traveler

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Have you overheard an annoying conversation between a stupid tourist and a local or perhaps a couple of tourist? The [...]

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Things that can make Phuket Holidays interesting

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Flights to Phuket from London: There are many things that can make Phuket holidays interesting. Some of these are [...]

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Guide to Swimming with the Whale Sharks In Western Australia

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Swimming with Whale Sharks is one of those unforgettable experiences that you must do at least once in your lifetime. [...]

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Destination, Photo Blog

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Phulay Bay Ritz Carlton Reserve @ Krabi

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vincass 04 August 2010 3 comments

Our arrival at Phulay Bay Ritz Carlton was kind of surreal. As it was already nightfall, the reception pavilion was [...]

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With a little help from Thai friends

Joel Quenby 28 July 2010 6 comments

Cynics may deem it a desperate measure to combat dwindling tourism, but Thailand should be commended for promoting its emerging [...]

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Space tourism approaches the final frontier

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Joel Quenby 27 July 2010 1 comment

July 20 was the 41st anniversary of the historic first lunar landing, when American astronauts hopped, skipped, jumped and even [...]

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Bangkok T+L’s World’s Best City … the why’s and how’s

Matt Leppard 15 July 2010 3 comments

“Bangkok regained the top spot in Travel + Leisure’s 2010 World’s Best Awards readers’ survey, announced last week, closely followed [...]

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Close encounters of the Asian kind

Joel Quenby 15 July 2010 5 comments

In China recently, a phenomenon described by some as a comet-like “fireball” spooked locals and forced Xiaoshan International Airport, in [...]

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Yaiya@Hua Hin

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sai 14 July 2010 0 comment

Two things I love about traveling in low season are that there are less visitors everywhere and plenty of nice [...]

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Food & Drink

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Typical Sukhothai breakfast

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ggberry 14 July 2010 0 comment

I took two days off from work to stay “peacefully” in Sukhothai, my hometown for a long weekend. Peaceful in [...]

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Cappadocia: A Land of Fantasy

Nellie Huang 11 July 2010 3 comments

Deep in Central Turkey, magical fairy chimneys and bizarre rock outcrops abound. Cappadocia’s vast lands are sprinkled with extraordinary works [...]

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Three Ways of Tweeting from Wimbledon

Joel Quenby 30 June 2010 3 comments

1. Reportage: Belgian Justine Henin’s posts neatly traced the ecstasy-to-agony of advancing in a Grand Slam tournament as its touted [...]

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Feel the Old Bangkok

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sai 21 June 2010 2 comments

I just visited the newly opened museum, Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall, located near the Democracy Monument. A well-designed museum would take [...]

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