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  • Travel

    Most interesting museums to visit in Bangkok (2022)

    Bangkok is home to so many interesting places. And for those who like a bit of history, its museums don’t disappoint. From outdoor wonderlands with rich, cultural finds, to indoor adventures into Thailand’s past, there’s something for every kind of traveller. So, if you’re visiting Bangkok and want to explore a museum, we have selected some of the city’s top…

  • Travel

    Fun things to do indoors on a rainy day in Thailand (2022)

    The mention of the Thai “rainy season” sends the fear of dread running through most tourists and visitors alike, who imagine a deluge of endless water cascading from the sky for days on end. This is a common misconception held by holidaymakers. Yes, it does rain, and there will be days when the weather interferes with your vacation, but it…

  • Travel

    5 things to do on a rainy day in Thailand 2022

    The mention of the Thai “rainy season” sends the fear of dread running through a most tourists and visitors alike who imagine a deluge of endless water cascading from the sky for days on end. This is a common misconception held by holiday makers. Yes, it does rain and there will be days when the weather interferes with your vacation,…

  • Events

    TAT highlights November and December events in Blue Zones

    Throughout the Blue Zone, designated as tourist provinces that are welcoming tourists in a 7-day Sandbox scheme, events and celebrations are taking place to welcome people back to Thailand. The Tourism Authority of Thailand compiled a list of activities and highlights in November and December from these 17 zones where fully vaccinated travellers can arrive from around the world with…

  • Sponsored

    Shining Stars – brightening young minds since 2008

    Sponsored Article Shining Stars Kamala is excited to open its doors for its thirteenth year in the community. Shining Stars Kamala is a small progressive preschool and kindergarten located in Phuket, Thailand. This school offers an English-intensive curriculum for local and international students situated between the lush jungle hills and the west coast beach of Phuket. This small school allows…

  • Cultural Activities

    Bangkok’s most interesting museums

    Bangkok has many places that are quite interesting, and for those who like a bit of history, its museums don’t disappoint. From outdoor wonderlands with rich, cultural finds, to indoor adventures into Thailand’s past, we have selected some of the city’s top museums in which to see. 1. National Museum King Rama V founded the National Museum back in 1887,…

  • Sponsored

    St. Andrews International School, joins global event for children’s wellbeing

    Press Release On 30 September, St. Andrews International School, Sathorn has planned activities involving the entire school community of children, parents and employees to mark Global Be Well Day, a worldwide event led by Cognita, the group of 85 schools of which St. Andrews Sathorn school is a member. Over 58,000 children around the world will be taking part to…

  • Guides

    18 Must Try Activities in Thailand

    Thailand is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Southeast Asia, and it’s easy to see why. Visiting the Land of Smiles is one interesting experience. It has so much to offer travellers, from tropical islands and jungle-covered mountains to floating markets and ancient ruins. The problem any travellers will face when it comes to visiting Thailand is narrowing…

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    Fun activities to do in Koh Lanta, Thailand

    Koh Lanta is located in Krabi Province and is considered an island district. It is famous for its coral-fringed beaches, limestone cliffs, and mangroves. Its national park spans over several islands and is home to the semi-nomadic sea people known as the Chao Leh. Moreover, visiting Koh Lanta’s caves is delightfully exotic. Once a backpacker’s haven, Koh Lanta’s largest island,…

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    Top 5 things to do in Khao Yai National Park

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    Top 5 adventure tours in Chiang Mai

    The vast expanse of Chiang Mai’s lush jungles and mountains offer an excellent opportunity for an adventure. From lush jungles and sweeping countryside of bamboo to roaming elephants and beautiful rivers, the area provides a relaxing escape for those looking for adrenaline-pumping adventure and tranquility. Therefore, if you’re an adventure junkie, here are the top adventure tours you should definitely try…

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    Top 8 things to do in Krabi

    Krabi province is brimming with amazing things to do and see, all against the backdrop of beautiful limestone cliffs. If you are wanting to go island hopping, this is the place to do it as the islands are unforgettable. Alternatively, for a more adventurous trip, visitors can opt to rent a kayak and paddle around the lagoon in Koh Hong,…

  • Politics

    Taiwan ready to duke it out if China attacks

    Taiwan officials say they are ready to duke it out if China decides to take its military activities a step further. The announcement, made by its foreign minister, comes after China has stepped up its aircraft carrier drills near the island along with other military activities in the past few months. “From my limited understanding of American decision makers watching…

  • Tourism

    Thai temple tour, via a jet ski on Bangkok’s Chao Phraya | VIDEO

    In this brief video, Chris our Thaiger ‘adventure’ Vlogger, takes you on a ride through the Chao Phraya River…on a jet ski! There are plenty of ways for tourists to take the well-trodden path of temple-hopping whilst in Thailand. THIS is a very fresh view of some of the famous river’s lesser known temples. You can stop off and a…

  • Coronavirus (Covid-19)

    Phuket seeks to diversify after Covid-19

    The Covid-19 pandemic continues to cripple Thailand’s vital tourism sector, with provinces that rely the most on tourism revenue, being hit the hardest. Thailand may have managed to contain the Covid-19 virus, but at the expense of its economy going into a free fall with the southern resort province of Phuket exemplifying the downturn. Phuket businesses, which rely almost exclusively…

  • Coronavirus (Covid-19)

    Curfew lifted from June 15, many activities resume, pubs and bars will remain closed

    The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has officially approved lifting the national curfew effective Monday. The centre made the decision at its meeting today, which was presided over by Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha. The 11pm-3am curfew will be lifted from June 15 but the national state of emergency in the country will continue. The centre has also decided to strictly…

  • Coronavirus (Covid-19)

    Top virologist urges cancellations, “proactive approach”

    Thailand’s government should cancel all mass activities, social activities and events that draw crowds, and provide easy public access to Covid-19 coronavirus testing, according to the chief of the Centre of Excellence in Clinical Virology at Chulalongkorn University. Well known virologist Dr. Yong Poovorawan made the proposal on his Facebook page today. Yong says Thailand has been “rehearsing for how…

  • Songkran

    Songkran around Thailand – where can you get wet in 2020?

    PLEASE NOTE: Some of these scheduled activities may change or be altered due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Songkran Festival is an event where an all-out water battle and ancient traditions somehow blend in annual celebration. It’s unlike anything else in the world. And it’s wet. Venturing out onto Thailand’s streets on April 13 is an open invitation to have a…