Travel Guides

Unlock the wonders of Thailand with our travel guides. Stay up-to-date on the country’s must-see attractions, hidden gems, local events, and insider tips to elevate your travel experience. Our guides feature advice on travel restrictions, accommodations, dining, and essential cultural experiences for every region of the Land of Smiles. Read on for an unforgettable journey, whether you’re exploring bustling cities, pristine islands, or tranquil destinations.

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    Best pizza in Bangkok for 2024

    If there’s one food that everyone on the planet knows and loves, it would be pizza. One of Italy’s most popular dishes, pizza, has countless iterations nowadays. From deep dish to thin crust, classic Neapolitan to New York-style, and even...

  • First-time flyer’s guide to navigating Thailand’s airports

    Navigating an unknown airport can prove to be a daunting task, especially during an initial trip. Rest assured, that guidance is readily available. For those poised to undertake their first journey to Thailand, there exist several important factors to deliberate on before departure from the airport. From arranging conveyance at Suvarnabhumi Airport to optimising the use of layovers, acquiring a…

  • Must see spots in Chanthaburi for tourists

    Chanthaburi, a cool spot in eastern Thailand, is packed with awesome experiences for tourists. With its beautiful coastlines and rich history, it’s definitely a place you should check out. Besides the gorgeous beaches, there are plenty of landmarks and attractions here that hold a tonne of historical significance. Must see spots in Chanthaburi Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception at Chanthaburi…

  • Guide of family adventures in Thailand

    Thailand, a nation of profound culture and inexhaustible entertainment, is a centre for attractions suitable for family engagement. Regardless of one’s residence status, be it local or international, this dynamic country provides an array of opportunities to cultivate enduring memories with one’s family. Imagine an extraordinary 3D art gallery in Bangkok, interactive photographs, and alternatively, envision yourselves in Pattaya, appreciating…

  • Top 6 things to do in Chaweng Beach, Koh Samui

    Situated on the eastern coastline of Koh Samui, Chaweng Beach is known for its vibrant atmosphere. It’s one of the most popular destinations for tourists, especially those from the UK, who are looking for a unique vacation experience. The beach boasts clear waters, white sands, and lush surroundings, perfect for relaxation and exploration. Whether you like water sports, exploring culture, or…

  • What to eat at Blue Tree Phuket

    Amidst all the thrilling water attractions, Blue Tree Phuket is also known for its range of delicious and aesthetically pleasing cafes and restaurants. Exploring these dining options is a treat in itself, whether you’re in Cherngtalay to cool off in Blue Tree’s Crystal Blue Lagoon or just looking for a place to eat. Below, we’ve compiled a list of the best…

  • Life lessons you can learn from travelling in Thailand

    In the dynamic realm of global travel, Thailand presents a distinctive amalgamation of experiences. Encompassing lively street markets and tranquil temples, the nation’s intricate mosaic of life offers invaluable lessons to its visitors. However, these teachings extend beyond mere visual and auditory stimuli they encompass understanding the country’s unique financial dynamics as well. Should you be contemplating a journey to…

  • Elevate your Bangkok experience with Royal Orchid Sheraton’s exclusive package

    Feast your eyes on the beauty of the Chao Phraya River, rejuvenate in a marble-clad bathroom, and indulge in delicious food crafted by expert chefs… these are some of the things you can look forward to when staying at Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers Bangkok. And with their latest exclusive package, you can have all of that plus shopping vouchers to…

  • How to survive Thailand’s rainy season 2024

    Navigating Thailand’s rainy season, extending from mid-May to October, poses significant challenges for many. As someone who has experienced the full spectrum of conditions this season can present, from sudden torrential downpours to prolonged periods of drizzle, I have compiled several crucial tips that will enable individuals not only to withstand but also to thrive during Thailand’s most precipitous months…

  • Explore Phuket’s biggest shopping mall: The new Jungceylon Phuket

    Everyone in Phuket knows what Jungceylon is – the biggest shopping mall in Patong, Phuket. Recently undergoing a renovation, this mall has become the ultimate destination for any shopping enthusiast. It has an impressive collection of apparel, accessories, beauty products, and electronics, just to name a few. Plus, it’s also the perfect place to grab a bite to eat and…

  • Your ultimate guide to the new Jungceylon Phuket

    Have you been to the revamped Jungceylon Shopping Centre Phuket yet? After undergoing extensive renovations, the mall finally launched its fresh new look in October 2023. And we have to admit, it is now better than ever. Today, it boasts a new identity as “The Oasis of Shopping,” with a refreshed shopping experience (over 300 stores!), upgraded services, and fun…

  • Dreamy beachfront luxury: Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Koh Samui

    If your ideal holiday consists of toasting champagne by the pool, grooving to eclectic beats over lunch, taking sunset dips in the ocean, indulging in a spa day with your loved ones, and having oceanfront dinners under the stars, then Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Koh Samui is where your dreams will come true. The gorgeous oceanfront property, which recently…

  • The 5 beautiful cafes in Khao Yai you need to visit

    It’s impossible to get bored in Bangkok, but if you want a change of scenery without travelling too far, a visit to Khao Yai might be the answer. Located around 2.5 hours by car from the capital, Khao Yai is blessed with breathtaking natural landscapes. Most visit to explore its lush forests, beautiful waterfalls, and mesmerising wildlife. Today, however, Khao…

  • Weekend trip to Bangkok: The best things to do

    Not many Asian cities can rival Bangkok in terms of nightlife, food, culture, markets, and urban exploration opportunities. The city seamlessly blends centuries-old temples with glamorous shopping malls, offering a unique juxtaposition of tradition and modernity. From street food vendors to Michelin-starred eateries, and from sleek contemporary hotels to quaint antique houses, Bangkok offers a dynamic mix of experiences. But…

  • Bangkok’s hidden delights: Unique and unmissable things to do in Bangkok

    Bangkok is bursting at the seams with an abundance of temples, museums, restaurants, music venues, parks, and malls that one could spend a lifetime exploring without checking off everything on their bucket list. But while the list of attractions in this lively metropolis seems never-ending, there are some hidden gems that offer a taste of Bangkok’s unique side. From dazzling…

  • Island hopping in the Gulf of Thailand

    Many individuals fantasize about going island hopping in Thailand’s Gulf of Thailand. Nothing compares to sitting on the sun-drenched deck of a boat, gazing out at the mesmerizing turquoise waters and dreaming of the adventure that lies on the next island. Scattered like pearls across the shallow inlet in the southwestern South China Sea, the islands in the Gulf of…

  • Making the most of your aquatic adventure at Andamanda Phuket Waterpark, one of the island main tourist attractions

    Andamanda Phuket Waterpark brings together all that Phuket has to offer – Thai culture, entertainment, thrill, and relaxation in one destination – making it one of the best things to do with family on the island. Covering 100,000 square meters of land, the colossal playground boasts 25 attractions, an array of restaurants and bars, and shops that will leave you…

  • Celebrate songkran in style with ‘Songkran Splash Away Tropical Edition’ at W Bangkok

    Immerse yourself in a tropical oasis as W Bangkok presents ‘Songkran Splash Away – Tropical Edition’, an exciting pool party happening on 13 – 14 April 2024, from 3pm to 9pm. Bringing together the spirit of Songkran with a touch of tropical flair, this two-day event promises an unforgettable experience with fun beats in the city centre, the perfect venue…

  • Splash around at Vana Nava Water Jungle and try Asia’s first VR Water Slide

    The temperature has been high in Hua Hin lately, making water an essential component for a perfect family day out. And where else to experience some cool relief from the heat, refreshing splashes, and unlimited fun than at the Vana Nava Water Jungle? They’ve recently opened two brand-new zones – Vana Village and Adventure River – offering even more excitement…

  • Reasons why Andamanda Waterpark in Phuket is loved by kids and adults alike

    There are many things to do with kids in Phuket, but Andamanda Waterpark is definitely among the best attractions since adults can have fun, too! Spread over 100,000 square metres, this sprawling water wonderland combines Thai folklore with exciting water rides. There’s something for the whole family here, from the biggest man-made sea in Southern Thailand and exhilarating water slides…

  • Sawasdee Thailand: AXA unveils enhanced travel insurance for international visitors amid tourist boom

    We are witnessing a remarkable resurgence of Thailand’s tourism industry in 2024. This revival is spearheaded by the influx of 34 million international visitors, achieving an 85% recovery to the pre-pandemic visitor levels of 2019. This revitalization significantly contributes to the expansion of the travel insurance sector, highlighted by the surge of ‘Sawasdee Thailand’, a travel insurance plan for international…

  • Releasing sharks on an island holiday: SAii’s latest sustainable adventure

    Whether you’re an avid travel buff or not, chances are you’ve encountered the latest buzzword of ecotourism making rounds on the Internet, your social media feeds, and airport billboards. But what exactly is ecotourism? The popular definition of ecotourism is to travel with sustainability in mind. In other words, eco-tourists are travellers who preserve the integrity of a natural environment…

  • Unique EVA Air’s services you probably never knew about

    Whoever said you can’t have it all clearly never flew EVA Air’s Premium Economy Class. As the first airline to introduce this class back in 1992, EVA Air perfectly merges the affordability of economy fares with the luxury of business class comfort. The main feature of the Premium Economy Class is its generous space. But beyond providing extra space, this…

  • Best Bangkok night markets

    Checking out Bangkok’s night markets is one of the most exciting things to do in the city. Here, the capital of Thailand boasts some of the largest markets in the world, with the possibility of bargaining your heart out. Tourists and locals alike love visiting the night markets, as it is easy to find almost anything you desire. Souvenirs are…

  • What to pack for a holiday in Thailand: The essential packing guide

    Getting ready for your big trip to the Land of Smiles? Travelling to Thailand is such an exciting experience, but for some people, trying to work out what you should pack and bring to the country can be a bit daunting Overpacking is a common mistake almost every traveller makes, especially when travelling to a country as diverse as Thailand.…

  • Exploring Thailand’s secluded snorkelling paradises

    Snorkelling enthusiasts often go to Thailand due to its stunning coral reefs, abundance of marine life and crystal-clear seas. Numerous fascinating snorkelling locations can be found around the nation, ranging from serene coves to thriving underwater ecosystems. This article will take you on an amazing adventure to discover five of Thailand’s top snorkelling spots, each with its special charm. Similan…

  • 5 of the most appealing Phang Nga hotels

    Phang Nga province is home to many beautiful attractions, with the most famous being the James Bond Island, or Koh Tapu. But, many visitors mistakenly travel past this beautiful area in favour of the more bustling cities of Phuket. With picturesque limestone rocks jutting out of the Andaman Sea, it is easy to see why this area is home to…

  • City Guide: Visiting Bangkok with family? Avoid these places…

    Thailand is known for both its natural beauty and local beauty with smiling faces. But not every smile is an innocent one; many tourists visit Thailand for the red light districts, especially the capital of Bangkok. While there’s something for every type of tourist, if you’re visiting Thailand with your family, there are some areas you should overlook. So here’s…

  • Spend the night in one of the top hotels in Chiang Rai

    Chiang Rai, a temple-studded city in northern Thailand, receives fewer visitors than its provincial neighbor, Chiang Mai. However, those who brave the journey will be rewarded with lush green scenery and old temples like Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Klang Wiang. Beyond the city, the Golden Triangle, which straddles the borders of Myanmar, Laos, and Thailand, is home to hills,…

  • Top activities for families in Bangkok 2023

    There are thousands of things to do in Bangkok for birds of every feather and flock that visit the country. If you’re a shopaholic, you’re safe. Like to party? There are a ton of places. But what if you want to have a family-friendly vacation? To help you out, we’ve made a list of our Top 5 activities for families…

  • Is Thailand safe to visit? What every tourist (and expats) should know

    Thailand is one of the most visited countries in Asia, and it’s easy to see why. The people are friendly, the food is delightful, the culture is beautiful, and the nature is breathtaking. But if you’re visiting the country for the first time, one of the main concerns you probably have is safety, especially if you’re a female or solo…