In the heart of the so-called Golden Triangle and about three hours-drive from its better-known neighbour Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai has undergone one of the biggest transformations seen anywhere in Thailand, thanks to the Doitung Project. Read More
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A message from Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, Minister of Tourism and Sports of Thailand.
I hear Thailand crying
Crying from the loss of their Soul.
I hear Thailand mourning
Mourning of the loss of their united Goal.
During Thailand’s Mourning Period, many events have been cancelled or postponed and some tourist attractions will be closed. The following guide explains what’s open, what’s closed, what has been cancelled or postponed during Thailand’s period of national mourning. Read More
The following advice from the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) outlines King Bhumibol Mourning Period recommendations. Thailand is now in an official period of mourning following the passing of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Read More
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Travel blogger Holly O’Sullivan (THATraveller) shares her tips to help you navigate your way through the best three Bangkok markets. Read More
There’s only one thing Mummy Travel Blogger Aleney De Winter loves more than food and travel: her kids. Luckily for Aleney, her son Rafferty shares her passion for food (and travel), so when he met Thailand food blogger Mark Wiens, he had a lot of questions to ask. Raffles interviewed Mark for Aleney’s blog: Boy Eats World. Read More
Back for it’s 18th successful year, the Amazing Thailand Grand Sale has returned in 2016 and this time it is bigger and better than ever. The Sale was launched in style with an Amazing race-style shopping challenge, in which 14 teams of bloggers from across Asia and Australia raced around Bangkok’s Ratchaprasong district competing for a 100,000 Baht prize.