Loy Krathong Festival

Loy Krathong Festival

Every year Loy Krathong falls on the night of the 12th lunar month. At the end of rainy season when the full moon lights up the sky. The sight of thousands of Krathongs. their flickering candles sending a thousand pinpoints of light far into the horizon is a truly magical sight.

This year Loy Krathong Festival will be held on Monday 11 November, 2019.  

What is Loy Krathong?

  • The history behind the festival is complex. Thai celebrate it for many reasons. As the main rice harvest season ends. It’s time to thank the Water Goddess for a year’s worth of her abudant supply as well as an apology for polluting the waters.

What is a Krathong?

  • There is no equivalent word in English for “Krathong”. You may hear people referring to it as a small boat, vessel, receptacle or container. In the runup to the festival, many shops and market stalls will display ready-made krathongs or in parts so you can assemble and decorate as you wish.

Where can you float a Krathong in Bangkok?

  • Hotels located along the river.
  • Riverside Location such as Asiatique, Wat Saket, Phra Athit pier.
  • Lakes ; Lumpini park at Silom, Benjasiri Park at Sukhumvit
Our Board;

In Remembrance of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej

King’s innovations

Even as a young prince growing up in Switzerland, His Majesty the King was a keen craftsman. With his older brother, King Ananda Mahidol, he assembled electric engines and radios, models and gliders. He even repaired his nanny’s sewing machine and constructed a simple radio.

A dog with destiny

His Majesty King Bhumibol raised several dogs over the years, but was rarely pictured with one until 1998, when His Majesty was presented with a stray dog by the staff of the Rama IX Medical Centre. With a copper coloured coat, the dog was named “Tongdaeng”, and was in fact His Majesty’s 17th dog. She soon became His Majesty’s constant companion as well as one of the most famous dogs in the country.

Guardian of the Nation

His Majesty the King strived to maintain his constitutional role and impartiality when it came to politics. In times of crisis, however, his voice made all the difference.

Our Board at Big Smile

credit: https://www.bangkokpost.com/nation-in-mourning/

Think Earth…Go Green…

Think Earth…Go Green…

Easy things to do…helping our planet…at the hotel

Stop Global Warming by your help.

  • Water Saving : open when you use, close it when you brush your teeth, wash your face or take a bath.
  • No waste soap, shampoo by use empty.
  • Towel:  re-use towel, it will help water saving by 20litres/pc/time washing.
  • Setting air-conditioner at 25’C
  • Turn off the light, un-plug electrical is saving that stand-by mode.
  • Using handkerchief instead Tissue Paper.
  • Reduce, Reuse or Not use Hotel Plastic Cap in the bathroom.

I think you can help the world by do that little things. Thank you. 🙂 

Board: 10 Songs about Traveling and Adventure

Board: 10 Songs about Traveling and Adventure

Hello…How are you today?  

Looking for new travel-inspiring song to listen to?  I have 10 songs as your choice.

  1. A Thousand Miles – Vanessa Carlton


2. Jason Mraz – A World With You


3.KONGOS – Traveling On


4.Jose Gonzalez ‘Step Out’ The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty Soundtrack


5.Part-Time Friends – Here We Are


6.Ed Sheeran – Castle On The Hill


7.American Authors – What We Live For


8.KEYWEEK, location de vacances, This is BIARRITZ – The Pearl of the Basque Country – FRANCE


9.George Ezra – Budapest


10.OneRepublic – I Lived


Hope you enjoy your traveling and adventure with these songs 😀

credit songs: www.youtube.com

credit picture: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/show-me-your-playlist

Board: Plastic Pollution


Say ‘no’ to single-use plastic.


Q: What is plastic pollution?

A: Plastic pollution is the accumulation of plastic objects and particles (e.g.: plastic bottles and much more) in the Earth’s environment that adversely affects wildlife, wildlife habitat, and humans.


Q: Why plastic make pollution?

A: Plastic is a substance the earth cannot digest.


Q: How we can do?

A: There are many ways you can help stop plastic pollution. 


  • REFUSE disposable plastic whenever and wherever possible. Choose items that are not packaged in plastic, and carry your own bags, containers and utensils. Say ‘no straw, please.’ 
  • REDUCE your plastic footprint. Cut down on your consumption of goods that contain excessive plastic packaging and parts. If it will leave behind plastic trash, don’t buy it. 
  • REUSE durable, non-toxic straws, utensils, to-go containers, bottles, bags, and other everyday items. Choose glass, paper, stainless steel, wood, ceramic and bamboo over plastic. 
  • RECYCLE what you can’t refuse, reduce or reuse. Pay attention to the entire life cycle of items you bring into your life, from source to manufacturing to distribution to disposal.


Credit: https://www.plasticpollutioncoalition.org/

picture credit: https://phys.org/news/2018-07-plastic-pollutioncould-ocean-technology.html