Thanks coz i learned a lot from your tips on how to properly understand the English of Thai people.
Monday 16 - 01 - 2012 - GMT 21:04 :25 - Thailand
135 Charn Amit
I visited this Park in 1987. I have a photo of the Teaching Buddha. Your site gave me great pleasure
Saturday 3 - 12 - 2011 - GMT 17:25 :10 - United States
134 Deborah McClellan
My 80 year ols Aunt just moved to Thailand to be with her son, she has been there many time sbefore and loves it
Friday 21 - 10 - 2011 - GMT 21:49 :49 - US
Thailand is a great place for tourists and expatriates. Opportunities, shopping, eating, sightseeing. Been there several times.
Thursday 10 - 03 - 2011 - GMT 09:32 :58 - Israel
Thanks f or the information, has helped me in my son's
Monday 3 - 01 - 2011 - GMT 19:20 :14 - india
131 pieter croukamp
MY HEART IS SO SORE WHEN I LOOK AT YOUR BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND INFORMATION, I LOVE THAILAND AND HAVE BEEN GOING TO THAILAND SINCE 2001. BUT AS I HAVE NO MORE EMPLOYMENT I WONT BE ABLE TO GO THERE AGAIN IM 59 YEARS OF AGE
Friday 5 - 11 - 2010 - GMT 07:32 :54 - south africa
130 Leila Goreil
Thank you so much! Your site was very helpful while I was working on my international business project. Learning all about Thailand is really making it one of my top destinations to visit. Thank you for your informative tips on courtesy and respect amongst the Thai people. :)
Thanks for the very good info. will be enjoying late May
Friday 7 - 05 - 2010 - GMT 01:14 :44 - Australia
thank you! i will be visiting thailand next week and your website gave me lots of information on what temples to visit! I am grateful!
Tuesday 23 - 03 - 2010 - GMT 18:06 :40
Thanks to your website, I understood more why Thai people love their King :)
Tuesday 16 - 06 - 2009 - GMT 18:54 :01 - USA
126 Mariaan de Villiers
Like your web site and planning a visit to Thailand soon
Friday 12 - 06 - 2009 - GMT 12:12 :18 - Cape Town South Africa
125 Olivia Wollaston
I went to this place wen i went to Pucket and now i feel strongly about it and i am going to say a speech about it im only 11
Thursday 23 - 04 - 2009 - GMT 19:29 :17 - England
124 jan willem van gent
what an interesting man you are and what a great website you have. I am impressed and ashamed that, though we sporadically meet, I have never even enquired about all your achievements, in the past and present!
Friday 13 - 02 - 2009 - GMT 11:37 :57
Wow, you make me shy. See you soon!
123 Lynda Koch
I'm a Appraiser and I loved your Article very much. I'm appraising a Bottle collection and have a old 2 mold aquamarine bottle from your Granddads company right in front of me. It is still one of the old square ones, that are very rare by now. Thank you for providing a bit of inside into history, sincerly Lynda
Friday 5 - 12 - 2008 - GMT 16:41 :17 - USA
122 Antoni P. Uni
Pitiful photos of Pata "zoo" in Bangkok!Now (2008) this "zoo" is still existing due to bad Thai laws and regulations. Interested people can visit my public album in Flickr to be updated: open the site of Flickr, search people: "mistifarang" and open "flora and fauna" I recommend NOT to visit this "zoo" to avoid a depression!Your site is by the way very recommendable!
Monday 5 - 05 - 2008 - GMT 18:22 :45 - Bangkok
Great site! Do you know the cost of a stamp from Thailand to Europe? They charged me one time 9 Baht and the other time 31 Baht! Thanks
Thank you for your kind response. Why would you use a book shown to be false, written by a woman who lied about her personal information and what she had seen? You claimed that picture was PROOF of the gift-to-the-king story and yet it was a picture Leonowens stole from another book. Your site claims to be about the 'real' Anna Leonowens. If that is true, you need to do much better research. The thaistudents site isn't the only one and the biography of Louis Leonowens contains a great deal of fact, as opposed to Anna's soap-opera-on-paper. I was terribly disappointed to find that this site wasn't about the REAL Leonowens, at all. It was just another go-for-the-gossip Inet movie mag.
Tuesday 27 - 11 - 2007 - GMT 01:32 :03
Any further discussion please on my message board. Webmaster.
Sadly, this website is a conglomeration of the falsities and fantasies Leonowens made up to sell her books. One glaring fault is the picture you show of the 'gift' for the king. It is actually a photo of the topknot-cutting ceremony of Prince Chulalongkorn, marking the end of his young childhood. Not only that, the picture wasn't Leonowens' to begin with. It first appeared in a travel book about several Asian countries, published before "Governess" and giving the correct attribution. Visit thaistudents dot com for the real facts and, please, stop spreading these untrue fantasies of a repressed Victorian to yet another generation.
Monday 26 - 11 - 2007 - GMT 01:16 :44
Thanks for your comments. I have used the book by Anna Leonowens in the form it is being sold nowadays, and assume that the informations is correct, at least from the point of view of Anna Leonowens. I know the site you are referring to and I know that they have a different opinion. As said, I used the book as published. Webmaster.