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Rather Unusual Museums of Bangkok

Rather Unusual Museums of Bangkok Bangkok is an exciting city that is known to be crowded, hot and never still, as it’s eight million plus inhabits go about their daily lives amongst the masses of tourists who descend here annually, to explore and discover more of...

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A Guide To Rock Climbing In Thailand

A Guide To Rock Climbing In Thailand Rock climbing in Thailand might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of visiting this picturesque destination, but perhaps it should be much higher on the list. As home to some of the best rock...

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5 Facts About Learning to Scuba Dive in Koh Tao, Thailand

Thailand is a country recognised for its incredible natural beauty, on land as well as in the depths of the oceans that surround its’ islands. With active coral reefs, turtles, whale sharks and a variety of tropical fish, it is little wonder this Southeast Asian...

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Seven reasons to visit Thailand’s Koh Yai National Park

Thailand offers a vast array of travel experiences. From outings to floating markets and temple appreciation, time on pristine beaches and the spoils of luxury resorts, it truly is a country that caters to every tourist’s needs. And did you know it is also home to...

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Teaching English in Thailand

For many travellers to Thailand, the hardest part of the trip is saying goodbye. A country with diverse landscapes, friendly residents and an inviting culture, it's easy to understand why some visitors are exploring the option of extending their stay by a few months. That and...

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Thailand for vegans and vegetarians

Travelling as a vegan can be tough. Not because the food is any less delicious, but because there aren't that many places around the world that cater to this niche diet that allows for no animal products to be consumed. Which makes it a luxury to...

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Eco-Tourism Communities in Trat

Allow your visit to Thailand to take on a different theme with time in the Trat or Trad region on Thailand’s eastern seaboard. Here you will encounter authentic local eco-tourism communities who welcome Thai and international visitors. Learn about the way of life in these self-sufficient fishing...

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The Spa Koh Chang Resort

- A Spiritual Retreat - A focus on health and wellness is ever important as we seek out quiet settings to replenish the soul, return balance to our systems and stop for long enough to be reminded of what really matters in life. Making holiday breaks...

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Thailand Temple Etiquette – Golden Rules

Buddhism and the temples in Thailand play an essential role in the everyday life of the Thai people and to visitors it can often be an overwhelming experience wrapped up in an enriching opportunity to explore the land of smiles through observing its culture, customs,...

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The Tongsai Bay on Koh Samui. A Resort Built on Dreams

Sometimes I think travel couldn’t get any better, and then I arrive at my next destination and realise the gift of opportunity continues to indulge me.  This was the case with The Tongsai Bay. (http://www.tongsaibay.co.th/) Located on the North East corner of much loved Koh Samui, with a...