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Cycling the Bangkok Jungle with Spice Roads

I love to cycle a city almost as much as I love to walk it and was thrilled to join Spice Roads Cycling Adventures for their half-day Bangkok Jungle tour, spending the morning weaving through the green zone Bang Kra Gao or as it's known...

Phuket Province. Did you know?

Some fun historical and geographical facts about Phuket Province that will make you look at it differently and with an air of welcome authority. Did you know? Phuket is one of the southern provinces of Thailand and is also the country’s largest island in the Andaman...

The City of Phuket, the Old and the New

  Having recently been upgraded from a town to city status, the best part about Phuket City is the welcome mix of old and new with an exciting blend of tradition perfectly at ease alongside high-tech living, a blend of peaceful and pulsating attractions. It is...

Phuket – An Introduction to the Pearl of the Andaman

I recently heard Phuket described as ”The Hawaii of Thailand” as it is suited to all holiday makers, whether you want beach, mountains, forest, cultural activities, relaxation, watersport, nightlife or entertainment, this is where you can find it. Although like with Hawaii, some of the...

Shopping treasures to rival even Bangkok

Bangkok has long held the title of shopper’s paradise, but Chiang Mai is not to be overlooked, with its own offering of shopping treasures and hidden gems, meaning most travellers will return entirely satisfied. With a wide range of unusual goods at affordable prices, value for...

The Ancient “New City” of Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, situated in Northern Thailand approximately 700km north of the capital city of Bangkok is the second largest city in Thailand.  Referred to as “The Rose of the North”, the city has a considerably small population of 200,000 which, when compared to Bangkok’s 9...

The unspoiled delights of Khao Lak

  [caption id="attachment_680" align="alignleft" width="300"] The pristine beaches of Khao Lak[/caption] The unspoilt beauty of Khao Lak, which means “anchored mountain” can be found 80 kilometres outside of Phuket, making it an easy destination to explore for those that want to escape the crowds.  There are several...

What to do when visiting Khao Lak

  Typically Thai, Khao Lak also boasts easy access to everything from simple Thai street vendors with affordable, tasty dishes to seafood restaurants right on the beach. Nightlife is limited, but there are a number of simple beach bars along the Nang Thong, Bang Niang and...

Khao Lak

Khao Lak – An Introduction. The mention of Khao Lak conjures up visions of white sandy beaches hugging Phang-Nga's western coastline just 70km north of Phuket. From here there are easy day trips to the Similan and Surin Islands, Khao Sok and Khao Lak/Lam Ru National...