With surf, sunshine, and tropical breezes, Thailand’s beauty is legendary, and you want to see as much of it as possible. You aren’t content to just stay in one place; no, you want to sail the ocean blue, taking in the sights and getting to know the locals. Whether you’re diving into a teeming coral reef in the Andaman Sea or ferrying your way around the Gulf of Thailand, your island-hopping adventures will seem like they never have to end. Check out this guide from Expedia Australia to find out which spots you should definitely put on your Thai island to-do list. Read More
Wanderlust Travel Magazine asked some of Bangkok’s expert tour guides to reveal their Bangkok Insider Secrets, from the best bars and restaurants to hidden gems. Experienced tour guides Wipaporn Ord (Wi), Sarawut Thinpathom (Oh), and Pascal Rimpault share their knowledge… Read More
Travel blogger Holly O’Sullivan (THATraveller) shares her tips to help you navigate your way through the best three Bangkok markets. Read More
Ask most people what GOT stands for and they think of a popular TV show, but in this blog post, travel writer Sally Hammond is referring to a GOT of another kind – the Gulf of Thailand.
The Gulf of Thailand features three very popular – and different – holiday destinations: Koh Samui, Pattaya and Sihanoukville in Cambodia. On a recent cruise from Singapore, Sally and her husband Gordon visited all three.
Pattaya Beach is changing. Some things, of course, remain the same, including the famous nightlife that sees Walking Street thronged by people after dark every night. Read More