Mochit Bus Station is opposite the Chatuchak weekend market, the famous market is crowded with a variety of products from “upper gold” to “lowering bran”, one of the shopping paradises of touristers and the civils…

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Never traveling abroad has become as easy as it is now. In particular, the hospitable Thai country is just two hours away from Ho Chi Minh City, a familiar place for those who want to “see the world” for the first time.

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Pai County’s bus station is extremely small, only accommodating a few minivans. I walked to the gate, looked left and right and followed the spirituality and chose the left side to go (thankfully, it was the side going to the night market, the bustling center of Pai).

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And this is a vegetarian pad Thai , consisting of rice noodles, bean sprouts, tofu, served with slices of lemon, sugar pack and paprika. Unfortunately this place makes both sweet and oily, generally not my taste. Price also seems expensive: 50 Baht.

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Wat Ched Yod (aka Wat Chet Yot, Wat Jet Yot, in which “wat” means a pagoda) is a temple that is completely out of my intention to visit, but I happened to see through the instructions board looking on the road, and also because of convenience, I decided to visit here.

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