There is no doubt about it that regardless of all the solid elements to apartment buying, added touches can make a big difference. Viewers will always be impressed or turned off by the superficial. You don’t have to go to town but fresh flowers and scents can lift a room. A nice throw or cushion doesn’t cost a lot but might make a big difference to a room. Add some greenery to your condo and keep anything which reflects a positive lifestyle or is an interesting talking point such as a piece or art or furniture. Bring out the best qualities of a room with open windows and doors to give a feeling of breezy, living in comfort.

Major currency bills and travelers checks can be cashed at the hotels, bank branches, shopping centers and money changers. Though passport is required for travelers checks and they are best changed at the banks or authorized money changers. The banks and money changers also have better exchange rates than the hotels or shopping centers.

There are also buses from Thanon Khao San Rd area which can help you to get to Ban Phe. If you are looking forward to visiting this major fishing destination in Rayong district from Pattaya then it’s advisable for you to take the mini buses to Rayong and then you can opt for half hour songthaews as there are no direct buses to Ban Phe. Most of the local hotels can help you to book your seat in the mini buses departing for Rayong.

After the destruction of Ayutthaya by the Burmese, the Thai initially founded Thon Buri on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river. But because the Burmese threat from the west, they moved to the other side of the river where the village of Bang Makok (Olive Village) was located. From 1782, the official capital of Thailand is Bangkok. Thon Buri still exists, but is now part of the municipality Krung Thep, the official name of Bangkok (Krung Thep means City of Angels).

You can use private transfer service to get your bangkok airport transfer. The staff is primarily young Thai women, who are all very friendly and helpful. They all know their stuff about the food they serve, and the service is fast and efficient. Most of them speak English well enough that you can get most questions answered and always receive the order you actually order.

Don’t Use a Tourniquet, Suck the Venom Out – Unbeknownst to popular opinion, the last thing you should do is use a tourniquet on a snake bite or attempt to suck the venom out. In most cases, this will cause more damage to the affected area and make the venom even more dangerous. Just put a bandage over the affected area and get someone to drive you to a hospital. Make sure you lie flat with your feet elevated on the way, if possible, as this will slow down the venom’s progression.

Prices at Red Basket – Prices are higher than the average restaurant in Bangkok, but still very low for high-quality Vietnamese cuisine. Prices start at around 70 baht per dish (approx. $2.20) and sets were between 120 and 160 baht. Plus, Vietnamese restaurants in Bangkok tend to be higher priced than Thai, so it wasn’t altogether unexpected.

Koh Samet Island is approximately thirty minutes away from Ban Phe on the ferry and this place is known for its beautiful white sand beaches. However you can get a speedboat cheaply with other guests and then your boat ride is cut down to 10 minutes. People of all ages can enjoy a wonderful time at these beaches as they are absolutely suitable for relaxation. Tourists who are in search of some adventure can enjoy water sports such as windsurfing, scooters etc… Sai Kaeo and Wongdeun are well known beaches for tourists. Kiu, Lung Wang, Prao are some of the beaches which are located far away but there’s a really peaceful area near these beaches. Relaxing on the white sand and enjoying the dazzling view of the water or walking on the beach can give you a chance to experience the real nature.

As you can see there are loads of things to do in Bangkok. Let’s move on to Siam Square; a true shopper’s paradise: huge shopping malls everywhere you look! A little further east, near skytrain station, Phloenchit, begins the tourist district of Sukhumvit. Not only will you be able to fins loads of hotels here, cheap ones and expensive ones, but there is also a wide choice of bars and restaurants with an offer from around the world. But the cheapest eat in Bangkok, actually anywhere in Thailand, is along the street. Thai street stalls offer fantastic food for around 30-40 Baht. And some are so delicious you wouldn’t believe it. Try some Pad Thai there and compare to the one you usually have back home and you will see what I mean. So good luck and have a great time in Bangkok.