Bangkok Thailand – A Port of Call

Laem Chabang is the port city serving Bangkok Thailand and where most cruise ships dock. Bangkok is home to an incredible number of Buddhist temples, the Grand Palace and much more. Laem Chabang The Port of Bangkok Cruising in the South China Sea is becoming increasingly popular which normally includes one or two ports ofContinue reading “Bangkok Thailand – A Port of Call”

Cruise Itineraries In the South China Sea

Cruise Into The Exotic Countries Of Southeast Asia The South China Sea is being added to more and more cruise itineraries and for very good reason. There’s plenty to see and do and it offers a great opportunity to explore this exotic part of the world. From the rain forests of Borneo, the temples of BangkokContinue reading “Cruise Itineraries In the South China Sea”

Visiting Bangkok’s Grand Palace Area

One of the visited locations in Southeast Asia is the Grand Palace area in Bangkok. Clicking sights on the above map will provide names and information on many sights of interest The Grand Palace (Thai: พระบรมมหาราชวัง ) is a complex of buildings at the very heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the officialContinue reading “Visiting Bangkok’s Grand Palace Area”

Bangkok’s Cruise Port At Laem Chabang

Laem Chabang Cruise Gateway to Bangkok, Thailand Cruising in the South China Sea is becoming increasingly popular which normally includes one or two ports of call in Thailand. Thailand is one of the most advanced and open nations in Southeast Asia, and was once known as Siam. It is bordered by Myanmar (Burma) to theContinue reading “Bangkok’s Cruise Port At Laem Chabang”

A Unique Thai Market

A Short Story Visiting Thailand’s Maeklong Train Market Thailand is known for its “water markets” and they are a magnet for tourists as guides load visitors into boats and float them through these interesting markets. The floating water markets are really colorful with shops that sell everything from snakes to furniture with generous offerings ofContinue reading “A Unique Thai Market”

Port of Bangkok, Laem Chabang

Laem Chabang Cruise Gateway to Bangkok, Thailand Cruising in the South China Sea is becoming increasingly popular which normally includes one or two ports of call in Thailand. Thailand is one of the most advanced and open nations in Southeast Asia, and was once known as Siam. It is bordered by Myanmar (Burma) to theContinue reading “Port of Bangkok, Laem Chabang”

Thailand – 2 Days in Bangkok

Not long ago we spent two days in Bangkok earlier this year as part of a month cruising around the South China Sea and those two days were the highlight of the trip. Visiting Bangkok is an exciting experience. The culture is rich and peaceful, the food is plentiful and diverse and there are manyContinue reading “Thailand – 2 Days in Bangkok”

Two Restaurants in Bangkok

ESS – Eat Sight Story (Asian Fusion Restaurant in Bangkok)  The central attraction in Bangkok is the Grand Palace and Grounds featuring many temples, palaces and a museum. To do it right, the area is worth most of a day and that means at least finding a place to sit down and have lunch. IfContinue reading “Two Restaurants in Bangkok”

Cruising the South China Sea

A First Visit to Southeast Asia We spent all of February cruising with Celebrity’s Constellation in the South China Sea on back-to-back itineraries. We visited twelve ports with only one repeat (Ho Chi Min City). If you are going to fly twelve thousand miles you probably should make the most of the trip. We flew intoContinue reading “Cruising the South China Sea”