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Sarah Waldron is a writer, teacher, blogger and photographer currently living in Bangkok, Thailand. Though born in the US, Sarah spent her childhood years living in several countries around the world. After earning her Master’s degree from New York University, she moved to Thailand where she has been living for the past four years. In 2010, she produced an award-winning short documentary, “Loy Krathong”, in Chiang Mai, Thailand with her brother, cinematographer Jeffrey Waldron.

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The joy of limbo: Asia’s 5 best airports

April 10, 2013 - 6 Comments - Sarah Waldron

IF you have ever lived in Asia, as an expat or a traveling local, then you surely understand the value of a good airport. We end up spending a great deal of our time in the ‘limbo’ of such places, whether we’re traveling home or making our way to other, more exotic, destinations. Personally, I…>

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48 hours in Burma: A Bagan adventure

March 28, 2013 - 1 Comments - Sarah Waldron

I HAD a plan. And I only had 48 hours to do it. Get myself from Bangkok to Bagan, a small ancient city southwest of Mandalay, Burma and back to Bangkok in just over two days. Was it ideal, this slapdash trip to one of the world’s most fascinating countries? It certainly was not, but…>

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10 things we love about Bangkok – Part 1

October 30, 2012 - 4 Comments - Sarah Waldron

IN a city as diverse, widespread, and just plain insane as Bangkok, it’s a daunting task to try and narrow down just 10 things that we love about this place. Here is the first installment of one writer’s humble attempt to do just that… Chinatown Every major city across the globe has a Chinatown and…>

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10 things we love about Bangkok – Part 2

June 7, 2012 - 3 Comments - Sarah Waldron

IN a city as diverse, widespread, and just plain insane as Bangkok, it’s a daunting task to try and narrow down just 10 things that we love about this place. Here is the second installment one writer’s humble attempt to do just that. Or if you’ve just joined us, you can find Part 1 here.…>

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Bangkok’s 5 coolest small bars

May 2, 2012 - 0 Comments - Sarah Waldron

BANGKOK is a city known for its indulgences and places to imbibe are no exception. With hundreds, if not thousands, of bars, clubs, pubs and street stalls to choose from on any given night, how does one even begin to narrow it down? From clubs pumping the latest dance hits to quiet, neighborhood nooks, Bangkok’s…>

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Bangkok’s best vintage finds

April 17, 2012 - 1 Comments - Sarah Waldron

IT seems that at on any given day in Bangkok, a new mega mall is being hastily constructed somewhere. Bangkok residents are constantly bombarded with new advertisements, luxury boutiques and gimmicks designed to lure them into the latest air-conditioned monolith. However, if you find yourself averse to the labyrinth of MBK and other, large designer…>

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Sacred ink: Thailand’s Sak Yant ‘magic tattoo’ festival

March 7, 2012 - 2 Comments - Sarah Waldron

IT’S a bit unnerving, making your way through the crowd gathered at Wat Bang Phra on the day of the Sak Yant, or ‘magic tattoo’, festival. Every March, the temple, located 50 km west of Bangkok, attracts thousands of people for a ceremony designed to restore power to special tattoos given by the monks in…>

The joy of limbo: Asia’s 5 best airports

The joy of limbo: Asia’s 5 best airports

April 10, 2013 - 6 Comments - Sarah Waldron

IF you have ever lived in Asia, as an expat or a traveling local, then you surely understand the value of a good airport. We end up spending a great deal of our time in the ‘limbo’ of such places, whether we’re traveling home or making our way to other, more exotic, destinations. Personally, I…>

48 hours in Burma: A Bagan adventure

48 hours in Burma: A Bagan adventure

March 28, 2013 - 1 Comments - Sarah Waldron

I HAD a plan. And I only had 48 hours to do it. Get myself from Bangkok to Bagan, a small ancient city southwest of Mandalay, Burma and back to Bangkok in just over two days. Was it ideal, this slapdash trip to one of the world’s most fascinating countries? It certainly was not, but…>

10 things we love about Bangkok – Part 1

10 things we love about Bangkok – Part 1

October 30, 2012 - 4 Comments - Sarah Waldron

IN a city as diverse, widespread, and just plain insane as Bangkok, it’s a daunting task to try and narrow down just 10 things that we love about this place. Here is the first installment of one writer’s humble attempt to do just that… Chinatown Every major city across the globe has a Chinatown and…>

Bangkok’s 5 coolest small bars

Bangkok’s 5 coolest small bars

May 2, 2012 - 0 Comments - Sarah Waldron

BANGKOK is a city known for its indulgences and places to imbibe are no exception. With hundreds, if not thousands, of bars, clubs, pubs and street stalls to choose from on any given night, how does one even begin to narrow it down? From clubs pumping the latest dance hits to quiet, neighborhood nooks, Bangkok’s…>

Bangkok’s best vintage finds

Bangkok’s best vintage finds

April 17, 2012 - 1 Comments - Sarah Waldron

IT seems that at on any given day in Bangkok, a new mega mall is being hastily constructed somewhere. Bangkok residents are constantly bombarded with new advertisements, luxury boutiques and gimmicks designed to lure them into the latest air-conditioned monolith. However, if you find yourself averse to the labyrinth of MBK and other, large designer…>

Sacred ink: Thailand’s Sak Yant ‘magic tattoo’ festival

Sacred ink: Thailand’s Sak Yant ‘magic tattoo’ festival

March 7, 2012 - 2 Comments - Sarah Waldron

IT’S a bit unnerving, making your way through the crowd gathered at Wat Bang Phra on the day of the Sak Yant, or ‘magic tattoo’, festival. Every March, the temple, located 50 km west of Bangkok, attracts thousands of people for a ceremony designed to restore power to special tattoos given by the monks in…>

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