Cuisine of Thailand

Thailand has a way that mixes ancient ritual with the ways of the modern world. It has been said that if you want to eat well in Thailand haunt the markets sample a skewer of grilled Satay from one stall some Kai PaLo (pork & egg in a rich sauce) or Gang Phed from another […] Read More

Shopping in Thailand

Bangkok is a shoppers paradise, there are so many shopping areas, from the markets to the street traders you see on most corners in Bangkok, the stalls and shops around Chinatown, not forgetting the luxury shopping mails and air-conditioned shopping marts like the Mahboonkrong Center (MBK) which has hundreds of air-conditioned shops, close to Siam […] Read More

Nightlife in Thailand

Discovering Thailand’s Nightlife for the first time is an experience all Thailand’s major cities have much to offer in the way of entertainment the variety varies from city to city, it’s no secret that many visit Thailand just for its exotic nightlife, the fact it’s your vacation you can either choose to visit or ignore […] Read More

Thailand Travel Guide

The majority of people visiting Thailand for the first time dont really know what to expect, although much can be read on the internet and in books about Thailand, not until you visit the country will the many marvels of Thailand’s undiscovered enchantment, with surprises and delights around almost every corner, will you gain an […] Read More

Culture of Thailand

Thai people shy by nature, are very sensitive and extremely polite, their behavior is tightly controlled by etiquette, much of it based on their Buddhist religion, a non confrontational society in which public dispute or criticism is avoided at all costs, to show anger or impatience or to raise your voice in public is s […] Read More

Thailand Festivals

Thailands annual events and festivals: Determined by the lunar calendar, so dates change from year to year, the provinces have their own local festivals to celebrate harvests of seasonal crops. January: Chiang Mai Winter Fair. Beauty pageants, kick boxing competitions, stalls selling a range of locally made goods and loud music make this an exciting […] Read More

Koh Samui Thailand FAQ

Koh Samui: is part of an archipelago of islands lying just off the coast in the province of Surat Thani at the western edge of the Gulf of Thailand, approximately 650 kilometers from Bangkok, by Air only an 70 minute flight, this beautiful island epitomizes the idyllic simplicity of a tropical paradise, characterized by it’s […] Read More

Thai Currency

Thailands Unit of Currency, The Thai Baht, One hundred satang equals = 1 Baht, there are five different Bank notes each a different colour, 20Bt Green, 50Bt Blue, 100Bt Red, 500Bt Purple, 1000Bt Beige, since the circulation of the 10 Bt coin, the 10 Bt bank note is rarely seen, coins are 25 satang, 50 […] Read More

The Dos and Don’ts of Thailand

Thai people: Have a capacity of tolerating inconveniences for long periods and are easy going which makes them warm and friendly people, however it is important to bear in mind where customs culture and habits are concerned, Thais can be deadly if seriously offended. Thais dont normally shake hands when they greet one another, but […] Read More

Retiring in Thailand

The advantages of living or retiring in Thailand, Thai cost of living, climate, excellent health care plans, world renown hospitals and Dental treatment at a faction of the cost of the western world, plus you dont have to wait weeks for an appointment, in most cases they attend to you the same day. If you […] Read More