Hua Lamphong Station is Bangkok’s main railway station with 14 platforms that manage about 60,000 travellers and 130 trains daily. Hua Lamphong is also the terminus for the fabled Eastern and Orient Express. The central location and colourful throng of international and local travellers makes the station an ideal spot for meetings with friends or … Continue reading Hua Lamphong Station: Bangkok’s Communication Hub
In this article piece we will cover important facts about the life of Rama II, King of Thailand.
Central London offers great places for visitors to take afternoon tea with their children. The city’s best children’s afternoon teas are designed to engage, entertain and fill up the kids. Keeping this in mind, here are the best places to take afternoon tea with your children in Central London. The Mad Hatter Afternoon Tea at … Continue reading Best Places to Take Afternoon Tea With Your Children in Central London
Manicures from Babylonian days Who can believe that the ancient Babylonians, now known as Iraq, loved tending to their nails and that the oldest manicure set ever, made from solid gold, was discovered there and dates back to 3,200 BC? During the medieval- and Tudor periods, manicured nails were indicative of a pampered, affluent lifestyle. … Continue reading A short history of the manicure in the UK