The third TropOut gay beach festival will take place in Phuket next year from April 15-22, 2018.
TropOut launched in Phuket in 2016, and demand to return to Thailand was so high that organisers decided to lock in a follow-up edition of this iconic gay travel event, something that will delight returning guests, and those determined to see what all the fuss is about. Read More
ANZAC Day Thailand… the team at Explore TV visit the memorials to those ANZACs who lost their lives on Thai soil constructing the Thai Burma Railway. Here are their video guides to the war memorials of Kanchanaburi and the Hellfire Pass. Read More
It’s that time of year again, when all over Thailand, water is celebrated with the 2017 Songkran Festival as people take to the streets for water parties, visit temples to observe ancient rites and generally have a lot of boisterous fun.
Here’s a round-up of Thailand’s best 2017 Songkran Festivals. Read More
The Royal Thai Government has announced that the first 30 days of the Thailand’s official mourning period for His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej have passed, and restrictions on festive celebrations and entertainment venues have been lifted and television and radio broadcasts have returned to normal programming. 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.
Travel blogger – THATraveller – Holly O’Sullivan was joined by travel writer and videographer Amy Bingham, of Itchy Feet Digital to represent Australia. Here’s Holly’s account of the race… Read More
Thailand developed as a nation along the banks of its mighty rivers. For centuries, the kingdom’s waterways have provided Thai people with their staple foods of rice and fish, fuelled by the abundant monsoon rains that have made the land fertile. It’s little wonder then, that so many local ceremonies and traditions are water-based. Read More
This month Thailand celebrated His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 88th birthday anniversary, on 5 December with the inaugural Bike for Dad cycling event, and there are many more events planned for the festive season. Read More
Following the huge success of last year’s Colour Moon Festival, Koh Phangan is set to do it all over again.
Koh Phangan held it’s first Colour Moon Festival last December, and the event’s second edition is set to bigger and better, with exciting activities following the theme ‘Island of Power, energised by the Moon’. Read More
Loi Krathong, one of the most vibrant and stunning festivals in Thailand is just around the corner. Here’s a guide to where to celebrate Loi Krathing all over Thailand and even in Sydney, Australia.
On the 25th November, people all over Thailand will float their Krathong (small floating vessels made from banana leafs) down a river or pond to pay respect to the Lord Buddha and seek forgiveness from the goddess of water for any misdeeds against her.
And last Saturday, Sydneysiders joined in the celebrations as the Parramatta River foreshore came to life with light, colour and energy. Read More
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has successfully hosted Asia’s first Travel Blog Exchange 2015 (TBEX Asia) in Bangkok. Read More