Bruce Lee’s first martial arts feature film “The Big Boss” was filmed in Pak Chong in Thailand. Pete recently explored this town and uncovered many of the filming locations.
Awesome urban art hidden in the centre of Bangkok. Chalerm La is a photographer’s dream.
August 17, 2015 is a day I won’t forget easily. I spent the day on the ground in Central Bangkok, collecting photos and information for my up-coming Bangkok travel guide.Read More
Whatever happened to the good old days of movie cinemas, where you would enter a grand entrance with fluted columns, large winding staircases and gabled ceilings. Attendants wore uniforms completeRead More
In the midst of Bangkok’s steamy traffic stands a tall needle-pointed concrete obelisk of European design that raises more questions than get answered. Thailand’s Victory Monument, or Anu Saowari Chai Samoraphum (or justRead More
Most of the palaces and major temples of Bangkok are located within Ratanakosin Island or nearby Dusit district in the old part of town. However, there is a real gemRead More
Covered in chalky concrete, oil-polluted streets and glistening steel and glass towers, Thailand’s capital is not renowned for having many green spaces within its CBD. However, as with many other greatRead More
Like something out of colonial times, although Thailand was never colonized, Vimanmek reminds me of an over-sized governor’s mansion, sitting resplendent in a tropical oasis. However, Vimanmek was not designedRead More
Mae Nak Phrakanong or Nang Nak, the Ghost of Phrakanong, is the most famous ghost story in Thailand. However, most Thais don’t consider it just a story, but believe itRead More