Category: Tips

Cooling Powder: History & How-to

Have you ever heard of “cooling powder”? Summer has come and everyone in Thailand is looking for a way to ease the heat. One of the classic ways for Thais to cool down has been around for almost a century: cooling powder. The History of Cooling Powder In 1932, Doctor Luan Wongwanich bought a pharmacy business and introduced a… Read more »

Toilets are always a big deal. When you’re traveling somewhere exotic, it’s inevitable you’ll experience a foreign toilet culture. Toilets in Thailand usually come in two varieties: Western sit-down toilets and Asian squat toilets. With some differences from the Western or the Asian squat toilets you know, might we add. If you plan to travel… Read more »

First thing first, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! For a country that doesn’t officially celebrate Christmas, Thailand gifts you lots of free Christmas festivities. Among them all, Bangkok Christmas lights are the ultimate spectacle. In the spirit of the holiday season, we present you the best places to see Christmas lights in Bangkok. Please keep… Read more »

Lots of good things have been going on in Thailand’s tourism industry lately, including the recently launched Amazing Thailand Tourism Year 2018 campaign. That’s all the more reason to extend your stay, return or make your first ever trip to Thailand. Whether you’re a first timer or a returning visitor, we’re sure you’ll never run… Read more »

With Qatar Airways launching its first flight to Chiang Mai on December 12, 2017, traveling to the Rose of the North has become easier than ever. The airline services cover more than 150 destinations in 6 continents. This is your opportunity to explore one of Thailand’s most beautiful cities. About Qatar Airways Flights to Chiang… Read more »

December this year is a month of firsts for our country. Apart from the debut of Michelin Guide Thailand (Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018), Thailand unveiled its first musical road in Phetchabun. The north-central province boasts both stunning temples and mountains. Wat Pha Sorn Kaew, an elaborate temple set against the mountains of Phetchabun Where’s Thailand’s first musical road?… Read more »