Monthly Archive: January, 2014

347Cafe Shibuya – Outdoor Terrace Hidden Away in Shibuya

Lately, the winter has been unseasonably warm in Tokyo. So I enjoyed this weather at 347Cafe, a place with a terrace and a swimming pool in Shibuya. The terrace area with its table… Continue reading

a Beautiful Brooch from a Beautiful Friend

I don’t usually ask for anything on my birthday apart from time itself. I have been blessed with plenty of material things and all I want is time from my friends. Nevertheless, sometime… Continue reading

Back to School Outfit by Thai Designers

My recent wanders to different parts of the world have left my friends wondering again if I am still studying and the answer is yes. I am still in school, well graduate school… Continue reading

Leather Gloves for Smartphone Users

I was pretty blown away when I found out that the gloves I bought could work with the screen of the smartphone. There were 2 reasons to buy this pair of gloves in… Continue reading

Doi Mae Salong in Chiang Rai – Thai Cherry Blossom

Doi Mae Salong is a mountaneous area close to the Burmese border in Chiangrai, the most northern province of Thailand. The area itself is famous for its tea plantation and the cherry blossom/sakura… Continue reading

Attending a Traditional Thai Wedding in Chiangrai

In Bangkok, it is often rare to see a traditional Thai wedding. Most people would often have a westernised wedding at a hotel and simplify the formalities but in the countryside one can… Continue reading

Siam Center – My Favourite Shopping for Thai Designers in Bangkok

Before heading back to Tokyo next week, I went to shop at Siam Center, one of my favourite shopping centres in Thailand. This department store recently finished its renovation this year and it… Continue reading

Water Colour Paintings of Luang Prabang – A Book from Thai Airways

During the new year, a lot of companies give out a lot of free gifts as their marketing campaign. Some of these gifts usually go to waste. However this year I got something… Continue reading

Burmese Bamboo Wharf Hut Restaurant of Shan State

During my day trip inside Myanmar’s Shan State, we went to eat at a restaurant that had several huts on a  bamboo wharf on the river. People would order and sit on the… Continue reading

Tachileik Shan State Myanmar – A glimpse of its temples and people

On the last day of 2013, I went on my final journey of the year into Myanmar. I was staying in Chiangrai, Thailand’s most northern province and crossed over the border into Tachileik,… Continue reading

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