I’m not a History buff. In fact I dislike our History class especially those times when we’re asked to memorize the dates significant to the historical events. Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t unruly back when I was just a student. I simply loathe memorizing the numbers. It’s not my forte. Now that I’m an adult though, the tables are turned.
Thailand is rich in history, and tradition is well-valued. What’s more, it is the home of the most exquisite temples my eyes had ever laid upon. According to the grab driver whom we met in Bangkok, there were a whole bunch of temples in Thailand. But if you are only planning of visiting the metropolis, here are the must-visit temples in Bangkok.
We all have the same problem when planning of visiting a foreign country. The language! Don’t fret. I’ve got you covered. I am not an advanced learner though but living in Japan for about a year has taught me a lot of things and learning basic Nihongo is one of them. 1. すみません (Sumimasen.) ExcuseContinue reading “Basic (Nihongo) Useful Expressions When You Visit Japan”