Cha Am Thailand FAQ

Cha-Am is a 260 kilometers south of Bangkok approximately a three hour drive from the city, is very popular with people from Bangkok for quiet relaxing week-end breaks, it offers a excellent choice of accommodation from luxury hotels to inexpensive beachfront bungalows Cha-Am is known for its fresh seafood and relaxing seaside environment, associated with […] Read More

Mae Hong Son Thailand FAQ

Thailands northern border city, hiding itself in between the towering mountains with densely forested slopes, stretching to the Burmese border, Mae Hong Son is known for its charm of scenery and culture, the people of Mae Hong Son consists of the Shans who live in the city, and many hilltribe people among them them the […] Read More

Health care in Thailand

Thailand is a hub for Medical Tourism, many people visit Thailand each year for medical check up’s and treatment, from cosmetic surgery, dental, optical, rejuvenation and spa resorts, this is not without reason, as Thailand is one of those few countries in Asia that offers world class medical facilities, combined with an excellent climate with […] Read More

Adventures in Thailand

Thailand a popular holiday destination for backpackers, partly because of the multitude of outdoor adventure activities that are availabe at a fraction of the cost than in other countries, Thailand is perhaps most popular for surfing, windsurfing, diving and snorkelling, its crystal clear waters, spectacular reefs and rock formations plus a colourful selection of marine […] Read More

Enter Bangkok Thailand

The moment you touch down at Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok, the fast paced, never say sleep metropolis, sweeps you along at a swirling pace. Opened in September 2006, Bangkoks Suvarnabhumi Airport, located approximately 40 minutes drive east from the city center, it replaced Don Muang Airport, which now hosts the majority of Thailand’s low cost budget […] Read More

Thailand Sports Guide

Probably there is no sport more associated with Thailand than kick boxing, or Muay Thai as it’s known in Thai, an ancient martial art, known for it’s strong spiritual and ritualistic dimension is hugely popular in all parts of the country, tournaments are made colorful by lively music and elaborate ceremonies. If you are looking […] Read More

Koh Chang Thailand FAQ

Koh Chang located in the eastern gulf in the Trat Province, close to the border of Cambodia, Thailands second largest island after Phuket, covers an area of approximately 425 square kilometers, some 320 kilometers south east of Bangkok, once only accessible by road and ferry, now with daily flights available from Bangkok to Trat, making […] Read More

Guide to Ayutthaya Thailand

Ayutthaya is one of Thailands major tourist attractions, many ancient ruins and art works can be seen in a city that was founded in 1350 by King U-Thong, about 80 kilometers north of Bangkok. The city covers approximately 2,500 square kilometers, which is divided into 16 districts, it was the Saim Capital from 1350 to1767. […] Read More

Koh Samet Thailand FAQ

Koh Samet: is one of 96 national parks that are located in Thailand, lies only 7 kilometers offshore from Ban Phe in Rayong province in the Eastern Gulf of Thailand, around 200 kilometers from Bangkok makes Koh Samet Island easy and affordable to get to about 3-4 hours total travelling time from Bangkok, less than […] Read More

Accommodation in Thailand

Thailand has accommodation to suit all budgets, from some of the worlds most luxurious hotels and beach resorts equipped with all the modern amenities one can imagine offering quality and service second to none, it’s no wonder that millions of tourists return back year after year to relax and enjoy this tropical paradise in all […] Read More