Thailand

Post-It

Well this is getting ridiculous… First we had drawing-pins, then scotch tape, and then even more scotch tape. And now? A giant post-it note in Thailand. Told you it was ridiculous. Thanks to DC.

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Tuesday, 18th October 2005

Mang Gorn Luang (The Royal Dragon)

These red-gold buildings in Bangkok, Thailand, make up the Mang Gorn Luang (the Royal Dragon), the largest restaurant in the world. The restaurant covers 33,500 m2, has over 1,000 staff, and accomodates 5000 guests. The servers wear roller skates, use…

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Thursday, 29th September 2005

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

The temple of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep overlooks the city of Chiang Mai from its mountain top location 3,520 feet above sea level. Dating back to 1383, the temple is accessed via the 290 step staircase which you can…

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Friday, 9th September 2005
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