Gary Fong

by / on October 20, 2011 at 11:54 pm / in Asia, Gary Fong, See, Tokyo


    TOKYO – Skip Tokyo’s lame attempts at phallic-like, big-n-tall structures (e.g., Tokyo Tower and the Municipal Government Buildings).  Where the city really excels is in the architectural form; and integrating it artistically and functionally with its surroundings. Okay, that may sound like a bit much but if you’re into structure and design, Tokyo certainly has it’s share of must-see [...]

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by / on October 20, 2011 at 11:30 pm / in Asia, Bangkok, Gary Fong, See


  BANGKOK – Yeah I know, BIG time tourist spot but for me, the Jim Thompson House is totally NOT about the famous JT silk; but rather a first-rate example of traditional Thai-style architecture, something not easily found on the streets of Bangkok.  Take the guided tour, which is fairly short but full of fun, interesting facts – e.g., the [...]

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by / on October 20, 2011 at 11:18 pm / in Asia, Gary Fong, Relax, Tokyo


  TOKYO – If you’re a male in need of some personal attention from that hot someone but don’t want the baggage that comes with real life attentions, then perhaps a hostess bar might be just the thing for you.  Badd Girls (Tel: 03-5772-1872 in Roppongi has some of the hottest Japanese women in the area; or alternatively, if [...]

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by / on October 20, 2011 at 10:53 pm / in Asia, Gary Fong, Pattaya, Relax, Thailand


  BANGKOK – If you want quick-access, beach action without having to plane-it or suffer the unbearable solitude of Hua Hin then head out to Pattaya.  You can do a lot worse than this sex, sand and sleaze by the sea shore and it’s just a short cab ride from Bangkok.  Stay in the quieter Jomtiem area, where the beaches [...]

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by / on October 20, 2011 at 7:02 pm / in Gary Fong, Relax, Tokyo


  TOKYO – Most visitors to Kamakura on the outskirts of Tokyo pass up this exquisite Zen Buddhist temple in favor of the more famous and larger Daibutsu and Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine.  Shrouded in a serenely beautiful garden of centuries-old bamboo (it’s sometimes called the bamboo temple) Hokokuji is a small, peaceful temple and one of those special places you [...]

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