Food and travel blogger Not Quite Nigella recently visited Hua Hin, and travelled from there to Bangkok, exploring the food, markets and attractions along the way.
Fleeing the cold is a priority come every Winter. Try as I might to become a Winter person, the sun and warmth of tropical countries beckons and one of my favourite destinations is Thailand. This time, I visit a place new to me, Hua Hin, three hours’ drive from Bangkok. Read More
The Sarojin is joining with Tourism Authority of Thailand in presenting a unique culinary journey featuring the magnificent food of celebrated Australian icon, Christine Manfield, fascinating Thai food tours into the local community and a memorable resort experience at this luxury boutique property. Read More
Less than 200 km and under 2 hours drive south of Bangkok, Hua Hin is one of Thailand’s most popular weekend getaway destinations for Bangkok residents and international tourists alike.
Located in the Prachuap Khiri Khan province, it’s also the location of the King of Thailand’s summer palace. As well as its beautiful beaches, Hua Hin has a wide variety of activities and attractions such as Vana Nava waterpark and adventure playground, Cicada Market and Plearn Wan vintage village, something for kids of all ages really. 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
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