Interesting Thailand stuff - June 2016

Another selection of interesting blog and article links

The rainy season is almost upon us. Why not kick back and enjoy some of the best Thailand-related articles that I've found on the internet over the past several months.


Cycling in Ban Kra Jao

Exploring the 'Bangkok jungle' on two wobbly wheels

The Ban Kra Jao district, east of Bangkok and about a thirty-minute drive from Samut Prakarn is an area known as 'The Bangkok Jungle' - and a great favourite for cyclists, walkers and nature lovers alike.


On yer bike!

Is Bangkok's new rent-a-bike scheme doomed to failure?

On the 1st May, Bangkok introduced a bicycle rental scheme, presumably in an effort to encourage more people to go green and to go some way towards reducing the awful traffic jams that have become part and parcel of our daily lives in this city.


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