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Soi Cowboy-Worth the Ride?

By: Kelly Frances McKenna Posted: November-11-2012 in
Kelly Frances McKenna

Many a curious traveller has passed through the crowded alleys of the infamous Soi Cowboy (or Cowboy Road) for a taste of Southeast Asia’s most notorious street. No visit to Bangkok is complete without a tour of the ‘Soi’. So just what makes this particular little road worthy of its bold rep?

Located between Sukhumvit Soi 21 (also called Soi Asoke) and Soi 23, Soi cowboy is a surprisingly small street of about 45 bustling bars, and is located within walking distance from the Sheraton and the Millennium Hilton.

SEA Games Silver medalist Sorn Davin Shakes off Injury to compete in Olympic Qualifiers.

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-24-2011 in
Ken Gadaffi

Following her SEA Games silver-medal performance in Jakarta last week, taekwondo star Sorn Davin leaves for Bangkok today to take part in the Asian Olympic Qualifiers which may well see her becoming the first Cambodian to officially qualify for the Olympic Games.

Cambodia Seeks Redemption against Thailand in SEA games Basketball

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-15-2011 in
Ken Gadaffi

Cambodia Basketball team at the SEA Games will today take on Thailand in their second group B game following a comprehensive lose to Defending Champions Philippines on Monday. The Philippines won the tie 127-68 leaving Cambodia to seek for an outright win over neighbors Thailand who defeated Vietnam in the first game on Monday 85-54.

" we knew Philippines will be a problem, We have always struggled against them so we now have to win our next two games to give us a chance of going into the next round" Coach Austin Koledoye said.

SEA games Football:Thailand hands a 4-0 drubbing to Cambodia

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-12-2011 in
Ken Gadaffi

Cambodia were handed a Comprehensive 4-0 drubbing by Thailand who bounced back from their mid-week defeat to Malaysia to give themselves a life line of progressing from the " Group of Death in a Group A match that was played in front of a sparse crowd at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium Friday evening.

New condominium is located in the heart of Sukhumvit newly renovated 1 bedroom

By: Home Space Thailand Posted: October-27-2011 in
Home Space Thailand

This new condominium is located in the heart of Sukhumvit. Close to many world-class facilities: Less than 10 minutes walk to Emporium shopping Mall. Near Prompong Skytrain. 50 meters to Samitivej Hospital and to American School of Bangkok & Japanese School. 200 meters to Villa Market.

Just a short walk to Benjasiri Park. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, fully furnished. Size: 49 sqm. Newly renovated, Roof top garden, swimming pool, fitness, security CCTV. Condo also provides a tuk tuk service.

Changes to site navigation - Thailand - Pattaya

By: Expat Advisory Posted: September-15-2011 in
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Changes to site navigation. We have now relocated all articles related to Thailand to out main Thailand pages.

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Changes to site navigation - Thailand - Phuket

By: Expat Advisory Posted: September-15-2011 in
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Changes to site navigation. We have now relocated all articles related to Thailand to out main Thailand pages.

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Phuket expats to remember fallen Dane

By: Phuket Gazette Posted: September-09-2011 in
Phuket Gazette

PHUKET: Friends of Michael Sand Andersen, a long-term Phuket expat who died in a motorcycle accident on August 26, will hold a remembrance gathering for him on Saturday, September 10.

Mr Andersen, 39, died from injuries sustained when he fell off his motorbike on Soi Yodsane while trying to drive down Big Buddha Hill in Chalong during heavy rain.

Jazztastic - The Living Room Jazz Festival

By: Vincent Sung - Expat Advisory Thailand Posted: June-21-2011 in
Vincent Sung - Expat Advisory Thailand

Viva the Jazz
Interview and photography by Vincent Sung

The Living Room at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel celebrated its 10th anniversary as Bangkok's premier jazz venue this past June with an extraordinary world-class live jazz event. Vincent Sung had a chance to sit down for a chat with two of the renowned international musicians: pianist Jeremy Monteiro, dubbed the “King of Swing”, and two-time Grammy award winner Ernie Watts.

Traveling from Bangkok to Angkor Wat

By: Angkor Road Posted: January-08-2011 in
Angkor Road

How do I get from Bangkok to Angkor Wat?
That is the question most often asked in the Guest Houses of Kaosan Road and Travel Agencies throughout the city of Bangkok.

The answer is relatively easy for those who just want to get there as quickly as possible, but not as easy for the truly adventurous who like to take the route less traveled and avoid airlines whenever possible, or those who are traveling on a very tight budget.

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