Category Archives: Guest Blogs

  • Street food in Thailand

    Street food in Thailand

    By Ivana Greslikova and Gianni Bianchini When it comes to food, not even the most authentic articles, photos, or videos do it justice. This is actually what happened during our visit to Thailand. Prior to our first ever journey to Asia we watched so many videos of other travellers…

  • A friendly Isan encounter captured

    A friendly Isan encounter captured

    By Ben and Henry We’re Ben and Henry – two travel bloggers. Despite loving Thailand and living here for four years neither of us had ever visited Isan. So recently, we decided take a road trip to Khon Kaen. And a short encounter there gave us a taste of…

  • Wooden go-kart racing at Thailand’s Mon Chaem Hill

    Wooden go-kart racing at Thailand’s Mon Chaem Hill

    By Jojo Vito Riding Down the Slope Like Crazy via Wooden Go Kart Racing at Thailand’s Mon Chaem Hill Forget about the flashiest and the fastest cars built with cutting-edge technology in mind, for somewhere in the mountainous region of Chiang Mai in Thailand (Mon Chaem Hill), bare-bones, engineless…

  • Presenting the Quieter Side of Pattaya

    Presenting the Quieter Side of Pattaya

    People have an obsession with beauty. I don’t know when it first occurred to someone that being around or possessing beauty was something that would give them undeniable joy. Pattaya is one of those paradoxes that stands on the edge of beauty; an almost unbelievable oasis that sparkles with…

  • Experience Local Culture at Ban Muang Pam, Mae Hong Son

    Experience Local Culture at Ban Muang Pam, Mae Hong Son

    Arriving at the Karen hill-tribe village of Ban Muang Pam in picturesque Mae Hong Son province, I’m welcomed by local guide, Khun Ball. The amiable Thai man believes passionately in the power of Community Based Tourism (CBT) and he offers this advice: “Arrive with an empty cup; let the…

  • Simple Songkran Ceremonies

    Simple Songkran Ceremonies

    In Bangkok we had always failed to see past the more sensationalised, adrenaline-fuelled water fights of the Songkran festival, so last year we decided to search for more intimate and meaningful celebrations in the rural parts of Northeastern Thailand (Isaan). This brought us to the small village of Thanon…

  • 2 days in Krabi town

    2 days in Krabi town

    By Mike Thailandee I travel a lot in Thailand for many years and I never stop discovering new places. I Krabi province many times but focused on the beach and islands, this time I decided to spend two days in Krabi town and go see what is in and…

  • 8 Great things to do in Phuket away from tourist places

    8 Great things to do in Phuket away from tourist places

    By Willy Thuan After more than 20 years living on the amazing island of Phuket, I came to realise that some people get a very stereotypical vision of Phuket. The most surprising statements I’ve heard are probably ‘Phuket is too crowded’ or ‘Phuket is not Thailand’. What is not…

  • Behind...

    Behind…

    Behind our western eyes, we experience the way of thai. And this is now, a few days later we arrived, from Suvarnabhumi. In the languorous drama of a moment of inexplicable emotion, that all the density of our soul acquires relief. We only need just one second, one second to…

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