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Bloody Conflicts in Thailand Part I

Since 2001, there have been uprisings among Malay Muslims in southern Thailand, with more than 4,000 killed in total. Since 2008, Cambodian and Thai troops have been fighting five times over a border area in eastern Thailand, near the Preah Vihear Cambodian temple. Both soldiers and civilians have been killed. Since 2008, there have also… Read More »

Bloody Conflicts in Thailand Part II

The Red Shirt movement (The United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship) was organized in 2006 in response to the military coup. It fights for the rights of the poor and for the restoration of democracy. Many in the movement want Thaksin back. The red shirts are strong in the populous northern and northeastern Thailand and… Read More »

Shopping in Bangkok Part 3

For grocery shopping: stalls, specialty stores, kiosks and supermarkets There are few supermarkets in Bangkok where you can get groceries. The most common are the shops in the 7-Eleven chain, many of which are open 24 hours a day and provide drinks, tobacco, snacks and all kinds of products from side to side. Tesco Lotus… Read More »

Shopping in Bangkok Part 2

Siam Square and Pratunam The vast area, which is a kind of Bangkok business center, is between two lively intersections, namely Siam Square and Pratunam. This is the promised area of ​​shopping malls, and this is a great place for those who have just arrived in hot and humid Bangkok, as the malls are air-conditioned… Read More »

Shopping in Bangkok Part 1

Bangkok is a real shopping paradise, where you can shop almost anywhere and where you should leave your suitcase almost empty. Only the sky is the limit to what you can buy in Bangkok, and the prices are pleasing to everyone. While many things have become more expensive in Thailand over the past decade, it… Read More »