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Davey Wavey dishes about his experience in Thailand

Davey Wavey dishes about his experience in Thailand with all his fans. Thank you Davey and GayTravel.com
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Stay 03 Nights and only Pay 02 at Siam City Bangkok

Stay 03 Nights and only Pay 02 at Siam City Bangkok. The Siam City Hotel would like to announce a fabulous offer that is available from now until October 2012. For every two-night stay you book, they’ll give you one extra night for free. !!! This offer includes international buffet breakfast, unlimited WiFi access and no cancellation fee within 24 hours of arrival. Bookings and More @ www.carlosmeliablog.com

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Ban Chiang Traditional THAI Cuisine in Silom

 ( Post by Carlos Melia ) Ban Chiang Traditional Thai Cuisine is a melting pot for the international crews of every single airline in the world, Ban Chiang is a charming Thai Restaurant where flavors, scents and great traditional Thai cuisine meet simile street food in style with excellent prices and atmosphere. Your choose, you ma seat outside or inside a typical Thai house, with tree floors and most important during this time of the year… air conditioning. Not local enough, but not touristic either, it is a great option for those looking for a first full Thai meal in Bangkok, without paying high prices. Located just behind the Holiday Inn hotel in the area of Silom. (more…)


Four Season Tented Camp Thailand

(Post by Carlos MeliaGolden Triangle, Thailand | If there was a hotel I visited in 2011, that went above and beyond any expectations, was the Four Seasons Tented Camp at Golden Triangle in the northern region of Thailand, right on the border with Lao and Burma. How about combining the best of Four Seasons signature luxury, style and customer service, with the exuberant beauty of the bamboo jungles of Chiang Rai province in the outdoors, surrounded by a local Elephants camp, Burmese chanting monks in the mornings and serene waters of the Mekong River. How would I define and summarize this experience, simply like this… train to become a Mahout, live with the elephants in full luxury, enjoy all-inclusive adventures, spoil yourself at their full service outdoor spa and dine like a king or queen. (more…)


Amulet and Talisman Market in Bangkok

 ( Post by Carlos Melia )  Bangkok, Thailand  |  During your visit to the ChinaTown in Bangkok, which by the way, prides itself to be the oldest ChinaTown in the entire world, you must save sometime to visit the Amulet Market. Located next to the Wat Mahathat, between Maharat Road and the river, the biggest amulet market in Bangkok. Mingle with the local crowd, monks and tourist and be amazed by the things you will find and surprised by those that people praise to. (more…)


Song Kran 6 biggest gay circuit event in Asia

gCircuit is proud to present Song Kran 6, which will be held on the 13th-15th of April 2012. This year, the biggest gay circuit event in Asia will feature some of the biggest DJs ever lined up, with DJ Alexander (US), Tony Moran (US) and Alex Acosta (MX) headlining the event. Both DJs Alexander and Alex Acosta will be making their debut in Asia at the SK6 parties and the legendary Tony Moran returns to Thailand to work with gCircuit for the first time. Three of Asia’s finest DJs, DJ Louis T. (MY), DJ Head (TW) and DJ Preeda (TH) will be opening the parties over the long party weekend. The parties will be designed by award winning Paul Marin, so expect nothing less than world class production and lighting. Look out for special performances throughout the event and this year, 5 of the hottest Japanese gogo dancers will be performing at the event. gCircuit promises that in 2012, the biggest gay party event in Asia will be bigger than ever. (more…)


Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall Bangkok


( Post by Carlos Melia ) Also know as the White Marble Palace, a prestigious hall, former reception hall within Dusit Palace in which to court visiting dignitaries, hold state council meetings and royal occasions. An Italian neo-classical Renaissance architecture, Ordered by King Rama V (1907) and finished in the reign of King Rama VI. Commissioned to the architects Mario Tamagno and Annibale Rigotti. Used as Parliament House until 1974, nowadays it is open to the public every day except on Chulalongkorn Day (23 October), the King’s birthday (5 December) and the Queen’s birthday (12 August). (more…)


Nine Lounge and Bar Phuket Thailand

( Post by Carlos Melia ) I would have to say that Nine Lounge & Bar was my favorite bar in Phuket which you may refer to as a gay bar if you wish, but goes far beyond from that. Next to Lim’s Restaurant, fantastic Thai Food. Great drinks, beautiful indoor/outdoor design. Regardless gay or straight, the place to be seen in Phuket, after 10PM till the music fades away or you decide to move on to Soi Paradise. Conde Nast Traveller included them into their 2009 Hotlist of World’s Best Bars. Ask for my friend Daniel there, and tell him Carlos Melia sent you, maybe you’ll get a drink on me, or an extra shot of vodka in your drink. Post by Carlos Meliawww.carlosmeliablog.com

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Kevin Jordan Deen Customer Feedback Thailand

( Post by Carlos Melia ) Thank you Kevin for your comments on my services and assistance to coordinate you recent trip to Thailand. Was my pleasure to share my experiences with you and help you plan this trip, that from what I hear and seen you have loved it. What’s the cure for falling in love with Bangkok, I am trying to find that myself after two month there…. I guess the best cure is to keep coming back over and over and over. Kevin stayed based on my own experiences and review at Bandara Suites, and did the Apasara Chao Phraya River Cruise, among other things I suggested in terms restaurants, tours, bars and night scene. From there I connected him with ah expert travel agent in Indonesia who took great care of him as well. (Kevin is from New York City, United States) Post by Carlos Meliawww.carlosmeliablog.com

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Carlos Melia weekly column River Kwai at GayTravel.com

( Post by Carlos Melia ) GayTravel.com tweeted today …” it’s up Carlos Melia weekly column in our blog: River Kwai, Thailand…”. Thank you GayTravel.com for featuring Thailand and CarlosMeliaBlog.com. For more information about Amazing Thailand please visit Thailand Gay Travel Blog or follow the Facebook Page and Twitter. GayTravel.com till next week. > Post by Carlos Meliawww.carlosmeliablog.com

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