What Pho, the temple of the reclining buddha

One of the most famous temples travelers should not miss in the city of Bangkok is the Wat Pho. Also known as, Wat Phra Chetuphon, this sacred temple is located to the south of the Grand Palace and is classified as one of the highest of the first class royal temples in Thailand. Tourists must always add Wat Pho to their itinerary because this temple was built … Continue reading What Pho, the temple of the reclining buddha

Love and preserve the most valuable treasure with volunteer activities

In the city of Chiang Mai, there are several camps that offer elephant riding and interaction. Although the thought of being able to ride on an elephant’s back sounds exciting, we, at Trip Guru, would like to remind fellow travelers to be wise with their choices. It is true that there are a lot of businesses that mismanage and maltreat their animals; but if you … Continue reading Love and preserve the most valuable treasure with volunteer activities

Thai Legacy in Ayutthaya Historical Park

For a dose of serenity and culture, Trip Guru suggests that you stop by Thailand and experience Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Unique to Ayutthaya is the abundance of ancient temples and contemplate over the ruins left behind when it burned to the ground. Trek to Wat Yai Chai Mang Khon and experience transcendence upon seeing the Golden Buddha and rejuvenate your soul by … Continue reading Thai Legacy in Ayutthaya Historical Park

Listen to the Sounds of Nature in Doi Inthanon National Park

Travelers, who want to get up and close with Thailand’s untapped natural beauty, can go and visit Doi Inthanon National Park. Nicknamed “The Roof of Thailand”, this protected area has been the home some of the world’s most enchanting specimens of flora and fauna, and the highest mountaintop in the country. Although the national park is surrounded by all sorts of greenery, it is also … Continue reading Listen to the Sounds of Nature in Doi Inthanon National Park

When in Bali: Waterfall Trekking in the Northern Jungles

Originally published as Waterfall Trekking in the Northern Jungles by When In Manila What do you do in Bali when the waves aren’t “surfable”, when you’re sick of the beach, or when you’re sunburnt and need a respite from the equatorial rays? Bali’s lush jungles have been hugely overlooked by mainstream tourists in favor of the ‘sun, sea and sand’ trips by the shores of Kuta and Seminyak. However, … Continue reading When in Bali: Waterfall Trekking in the Northern Jungles

Feel the pulse of history at Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew

The Grand Palace is located in the heart of the City of Bangkok and is known to be one of the most visited architectural marvels in Thailand. This place is riddled with grand Chinese statues, mythical beasts known as Yakshas, and Stone Buddha images, who keep a watchful eye to those who enter and exit this sacred space.The Grand Palace is definitely the destination of … Continue reading Feel the pulse of history at Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew