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Photo gallery: Curiosities and altruism at Khlong Lod market

Photo gallery: Curiosities and altruism at Khlong Lod market

While exploring a century-old market filled with oddities like dried two-tailed geckos, Chris Menist meets up with its kind-hearted 'father'
Does 'voluntourism' do more harm than good?
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Does 'voluntourism' do more harm than good?

Orphan-huggers create a market for orphans; well-builders take work from locals; and other things ethical travelers should know
The dark art of Chris Coles: A bleaker, seedier side of Bangkok life

The dark art of Chris Coles: A bleaker, seedier side of Bangkok life

A new collection of paintings transcends the 'Bangkok Noir' genre into which its creator places it
Family-friendly? The challenges facing Pattaya

Family-friendly? The challenges facing Pattaya

Scams and sleaze continue to beset this infamous eastern seaboard city's tourism industry, despite attempts by officials to clean things up
Best bachelor party destinations
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Best bachelor party destinations

We've done the best man's job for him. Thank us after the party
Zoom4Zoom5: The riverside restaurant that's self-serve, out of place and delightfully chaotic

Zoom4Zoom5: The riverside restaurant that's self-serve, out of place and delightfully chaotic

This is one of Bangkok's only spots to view the Grand Palace, Temple of Dawn and Thammasat University all at the same time
Updates on Bangkok travel amid protests, violence

Updates on Bangkok travel amid protests, violence

Visitors shouldn't wear solid red clothes or buy T-shirts that say "Popcorn Army"; advised to remain on high alert in Thai capital
Short, sweet and swinging... but Tiger misses some skin

Short, sweet and swinging... but Tiger misses some skin

All smiles, the embattled golfer blew through Thailand for some 'grip and grin' photos and a losing game of skins
7 travel fashion trends that should be banned
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7 travel fashion trends that should be banned

A New Jersey beach town has cracked down on low-hanging pants. Here are other style sins that should be punishable by law
Thailand’s never-die tuk-tuks now a global export

Thailand’s never-die tuk-tuks now a global export

Here's a look inside one of the country's four tuk-tuk factories, which churns out about 200 of the popular tourist icons every year
Photo Gallery: Memorable moments from the 2010 Thailand Open

Photo Gallery: Memorable moments from the 2010 Thailand Open

Garcia-Lopez wins, Paradon retires, Fernando Verdasco learns Muay Thai and Nadal crashes out/plants a tree
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Destination Berlin

World War II bunker and former margarine factory among cutting edge venues in ever-changing city