Travel writer and blogger Roderick Eime (Traveloscopy.com) visits the villages in Thailand where Her Majesty Queen Regent Sirikit has helped to preserve the ancient art of traditional Thai silk weaving Read More
Want to find some authentic Thai experiences? Travel Blogger Phoebe Lee went in search of the very best cultural experiences in Thailand. Here’s her advice.
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
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.
Planning a trip to Bangkok? If you haven’t seen it already, you should really make the effort to visit Bangkok’s Grand Palace. Before you go, there are a few essential things you really need to know. Here are Little Grey Box blogger Phoebe Lee’s top tips on what you absolutely must know before you visit the Grand Palace. 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
What better way to discover Thainess than with an expert local guide? Phil Hawkes and his wife Nicole recently explored Kanchanaburi, with help from local guide, Suree. They share their experience with us here… Read More
Travel writer Julie Miller explore the World Heritage-listed ancient sites of Sukhothai in Central Thailand.
When it comes to historical monuments, Thailand isn’t the first country that comes to mind – Cambodia, perhaps, or maybe Egypt win those honours. But Thailand has two major ancient sites, both World Heritage-listed and well worth the effort of exploring if you are at all interested in history, architecture and culture.