Bangkok in 24 hours

Guest blogger Anita Dykstra is a travel writer from New Zealand. You can read her great blog on her website. Bangkok is a chaotic city with a beautiful charm which makes tourists coming back for more each year. It’s...

Off the beaten track in Bangkok

by Ellen Curham Bangkok, Thailand’s capital and most populous city, is the definition of bustling. With over eight million residents in the city alone, and millions more visitors every year, finding something to do in this unique city...

5 Must-go Places in Koh Samui

By Gwen Taylor During my second year of university I decided to take the popular backpacker route to Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. Overall, the entire journey was pretty epic, however one place really stood out for its...

6 Places That Celebrate Spring Better Than You

What will you be doing to welcome the sun this year? From chasing cheese down a hill to throwing water at Buddha statues, we’ve found some seriously inventive ways to celebrate spring around the world. See our six favourite spring...

What’s Happening in November?

November has arrived! Bet you’re wondering why I’m so excited about that, aren’t you? (Say yes.) Well, ‘tis almost the season to be jolly and there are some very weird and wonderful happenings around the world, why not get excited?...

8 Foods to Try in Thailand

  Not quite had your fill of food posts just yet? Check out our beautifully visual list of the 30 best breakfasts from around the world. Plan your next culinary adventure or just get a little adventurous with breakfast at the...

5 Unexpected Reasons to Visit Thailand

Today’s guest poster is Sophie Rosenblatt The beautiful beaches of Phuket and amazing temples in Bangkok are what usually draw travellers to Thailand. It’s exotic, inexpensive and strikingly beautiful, particularly in the north. While Thailand can appeal to wealthy tourists seeking...
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