Guest blogger Julie Miller discovers a luxury resort embracing the natural environment of Thailand’s first national park.
Business is booming around Khao Yai National Park. A three-hour drive from Bangkok, this formerly sleepy mountain haven is becoming increasing popular as a weekend escape for wealthy cityslickers, with new condominiums, a shopping mall and even a state-of-the-art waterpark about to open. Read More
Meet Brett McGregor. Since entering MasterChef New Zealand back in 2010 Brett claims his life has been nothing short of amazing. He’s been lucky enough to follow his dream of working with food. Read More
Travel writer Julie Miller visits the famous White Temple near Chiang Rai, damaged during the 2014 earthquake.
When the earth rumbled and grumbled during a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Chiang Rai on May 25, 2014, there was one major victim – Wat Rong Khun, better known as The White Temple. Read More
Earlier this year, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Sydney Office invited two of New Zealand’s X Factor teams to film their judges’ retreats in Thailand. Read More
Sacha & Jmayel El-Haj are Professional Photographers/Videographers from the UK. They have been together since the tender age of 16 and married in June 2011 in the Moroccan Desert. For the past three years they have lived in the north of Thailand, making videos of their adventures, and, as the saying goes, living the dream. Their dream. Read More
Aussies have always loved Thailand but with new destinations and attractions there is even more to enjoy and explore, as Traveltalk magazine’s Jenny Rowland recently discovered.
This year, Tourism Thailand is urging travellers to look beyond the standard beach and partying delights and to delve a little deeper into the true essence of Thailand. Namely, the rich history and culture, ancient traditions, wonderful hospitality and the ubiquitous smiling Thai welcome.
This year, as part of our ‘Discover Thainess’ campaign, we want to highlight 12 hidden gems to the world – 12 provinces in the Land of Smiles that you may not have heard of, that showcase our people, society, and rich culture. Read More
Australian travel writer and guest blogger Julie Miller recently met Thai winemaker Nikki Lohitnavy, and found an Australian connection.
When Adelaide University student Nikki Lohitnavy returned to her native Thailand after graduation, she received a surprise gift from her parents – her own winery. Read More
Sydney’s Thailand Grand Festival went off with an explosion of colour last weekend, as Sydney-siders joined us in Tumbalong Park for fun and games.
This coming weekend we’re getting ready to celebrate Songkran, in the centre of Sydney at Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour. So what exactly is Songkran? Click here to find out…