You can enjoy Phuket anytime of day or night. During the day, you have everything from beautiful beaches to colonial architecture, rainforests protected by a national park, a Gibbon Rehabilitation Centre, temples and even golf courses. The town really comes to life at night when the lights and music hit Bangla Road, and the Fantasea
If the exotic beaches, traditional villages, and Buddhist temples aren’t enough to pique your curiosity about the “Land of Smiles”, its budget friendly, laid back vibe might just be the reason it becomes your new favorite destination (it is definitely mine). Sure, you will find the hustle and bustle in the places like Bangkok, but
Following on from Gary’s article on 7 things to know before visiting Thailand, I thought I would share a few “female specific” considerations. As you will likely know there are things that, if you mention them to the gentleman in your life, he will just kind of shrug and get on with his day but they
Check out a good map before you go There are lots of sites that have Bangkok maps available to download and print. Everything from tourist attractions to hotels to public transport. Find a good one online so you can start planning your trip before you go. If you are stuck, you can find quite a
One of the things that I really wanted to do when visiting Thailand was to visit an elephant sanctuary. I’d heard so many scare stories though about how the elephants are often mistreated to train them to perform for the public. I knew I didn’t want that!
12 million people visit Thailand on holiday every year and most will have a great holiday within the tourist areas. If you want to have a bit more of an authentic experience and a holiday that you will remember for years to come then it’s a really good idea to learn to speak some Thai.