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Thanam Nonthaburi, Nonthaburi
Six things to do in Nonthaburi

Nonthaburi is the principal city of the district and province of the same name in Thailand. Often referred to as the rural side of Bangkok, despite having a population of half a million people. Nonthaburi is the second largest city in Thailand, yet does have...

Samut Sakhon Thai food Amphawa
The Samut Sakhon Province

Thailand’s leading province of salt production, Samut Sakhon is a short drive from Bangkok at the mouth of the Tha Chin River and houses one of the biggest fish distribution centers in Thailand. Known to locals as Maha Chai, it is a historic city that...

Songtham Worawihan Temple, Samut Prakan
A Closer Look at Samut Prakan

Samut Prakan is a central Thai province just twenty-five kilometers south of Bangkok at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River. On the river’s east bank is the Ancient City, an expansive outdoor museum with scaled-down replicas of historic temples, old cities and palaces. Beyond...

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Ways to make a difference on your next trip to Thailand

Ecotourism is much more than a buzz word. Global trends show that a significant majority of travellers want to engage more in local conservation and activities that promote sustainability. In Thailand these conscious travellers are opting for city treehouses and island homestays, volunteering at animal...

Thailand Must do Things.Long Tail Boats
7 Iconic Thailand Experiences

Thailand is one of the most popular holiday destinations to visit in Southeast Asia, offering amazing beaches, incredible cuisine, genuine hospitality and a compelling culture. Yet with so many activities and attractions to choose from, make sure you don’t miss these distinctly Thai experiences. ...

Spotlight on Thailand’s Affordable Luxury Hotels

Thailand isn’t known as The Land of Smiles without reason and even in frenetic Bangkok there’s an air of serenity and optimism often lacking in major cities. The smiles you’ll encounter in every hotel, restaurant and bar are genuine and infectious, yet it’s not only...

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Bangkok Locals Bringing Their City to Life.

Following the global trend of apartment rental over hotel accommodation for the more independent traveller wanting to live in a city as opposed to simply visit it – we also find an increase in guided experiences with locals. With this a collective of interesting residents are...

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Koh Chang, a closer look at Elephant Island

Thailand's third largest island after Phuket and Samui, Koh Chang is fondly known as 'Elephant Island' because of its mammoth size and elephant shaped headland. Forming part of the Mu Koh Chang National Park, it is located in the Gulf of Thailand around 300 kilometres east...

Amazing Thailand. Kanchanaburi. Bridge over the River Kwai
Kanchanaburi, The Bridge on The River Kwai

You may not have heard of Kanchanaburi, but there’s a strong chance that you’re familiar with the 1957 Academy Award winning dramatic film ‘The Bridge Over the River Kwai’, which was set here. A couple of hours from Bangkok in western Thailand, Kanchanaburi province holds a...

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...