Tag: localexpert

Greeting, fellow travelers! This is my second part of Loy Krathong contents which I would like to talk about how Loy Krathong is celebrated differently in each region. These four are major happenings. Please note that different provinces have different ways to celebrate Loy Krathong. They aren’t necessarily the same. Let’s see what are the 4 major differences… Read more »

Are you a first timer to visit Bangkok? here are some day trips we would like to encourage you to join. These 1-day trips will let you explore and observe the most out of what you can do when you are in Bangkok from taking photos around town, shopping at a floating market, and working your… Read more »

Hello, fellow travelers! Planning to come to Thailand this October? Get ready to be a part of Thai-Chinese Vegan Festival aka ‘Tesagan Gin Je‘, watch many parades and unusual performances, and enjoy eating lots of vegan foods. You can read more about this celebration, please click this link. Today, I would like to share you… Read more »

Thai Eating Etiquette

Sa-wad-dee, Travelers! This week, I would like to talk about Thai eating/ table manner you, foreign traveler, should know, so you don’t feel like ‘that awkward moment when…’ lol Here are some major things Thai people do, but foreigners don’t…   1. Eating with tableware/ Hands If you have read our previous content, 7 Thai habits… Read more »

  Why is it free? These are the day trips from local experts who either would like to get more reviews on their trips or would like to practice their English & meet new friends. This is why they offer their trip for free and ready to spread the world the authentic Thainess. Do I have to… Read more »

Good day, As we all know that Thailand’s weather is super hot, the sun seems to shine even brighter and hotter by year. Although we have 3 seasons, the temperature has almost never been down. When traveling, there are some items Thai people loves to bring along as if these are our survival kits. We… Read more »

The season of long boat races is finally here. Long boat-racing has always been one of Thailand’s signature sport festivals, held annually during Thai Buddhist Lent period which is around September and October since the river’s tide is highest. The purpose is to display the bond between local Thais and the river and to show… Read more »

Quick Guide for a Perfect Day in Bangkok

Only got a couple days to stay in town? Not a problem, pals!  Let’s me give you some advice on Bangkok: ‘What’, ‘Where’, and ‘Why’ When you traveled long long way from home… What did you miss most about your country? “Food“, was always the first thing, I missed. Especially, if you are from a country where… Read more »

Get lost, use body languages and keep guessing around with everything you do maybe fun but it can only go to some extend. These are the usual struggles many travelers have to face, especially when they go to countries where you cannot speak their languages. Public Transportation Transportation cost is always one of the things that… Read more »