When you think of Bangkok, its usually food, shopping and nightlife that spring to mind. But there’s a new reason worth visiting this sprawling metropolis – street art, as Travel Blogger and Repeat Traveller Chris Ashton recently found out… 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.
2015 has been a busy first year for the Hug Thailand blog and we’ve been quite overwhelmed with the level of support from our readers. As we ring in the New Year, we thought we’d share our top 5 Thailand blog posts for 2015. Read More
Three-wheeled Tuk-Tuks are Bangkok’s most well known form of public transportation and still one of the best ways to explore the city, especially at night. Travel blogger Deborah Dickson-Smith had great fun recently on a midnight Bangkok tuk tuk tour. Read More
Koh Kret is a hidden gem that many international guests will not have heard of, although it is in fact the closest island to Bangkok. Travel writer Gary Walsh went exploring there recently.
Koh Kret is by no means your typical Thai island. There are no beaches, no elephant rides, no nightclub areas, and no full moon parties. And unlike Phuket or Koh Samui there’s no instant name recognition. So where is Koh Kret?
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has successfully hosted Asia’s first Travel Blog Exchange 2015 (TBEX Asia) in Bangkok. Read More
More than 600 bloggers are expected to attend the Travel Blog Exchange Asia (TBEX Asia) this week.
TBEX was first held in 2008 and has been organised annually in Europe and the United States. As attendance has grown significantly, the organisers decided to venture into Asia in recognition of the immense market potential and high growth in visitor arrivals. Read More
Travel blogger Thatraveller, Holly O’Sullivan, recently sampled the family friendly attributes of the Holiday Inn Mai Khao, in Phuket. Here’s her verdict.
A few steps from Mai Khao Beach, the Holiday Inn Mai Khao is everything you expect from a family-friendly hotel – and to make it even more appealing, kids stay, play and eat for free. Read More
Travel writer and blogger Deborah Dickson-Smith, of Where To Next, takes a diversion from Krabi’s white sandy beaches to explore Krabi’s eco-tourism options.
We all know Krabi for it’s beautiful beaches and coral reefs, but if you’re looking for something greener, here are seven ways to explore Krabi’s greener side. Read More