Tag: takemetour

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 »

Thai Way: Thai wisdom make Thai lifestyle easier

We have a joke about our weather; Thai have 3 seasons which are Hot season, Hotter season and the hottest season. Thailand weather most of the time is hot and humid so we have to adapt in order to live happily ever after.  Thai traditional house is truly a useful ancient Thai wisdom. Thailand have… Read more »

Songkran 101  

 A bottom of dollar if you don’t know Songkran aka ‘Water Festival’ as a traveler who made a trip to Thailand.  It’s a festival where Locals, expatriates or travelers prepare for an ultimate fight with Thai hot and humid weather by Splashingwater. If I may, as a Local Expert to offer you some more tricks… Read more »

Food Patrol: Thai Street Foods

Thai Food is one of the ‘Amazing Thailand’ protocol and you may have tried it in Thai town or Asian Market in your country. If you have never eat it in Thailand, though, simply mean that you may never have taste it at all! Especially, Thai Street Food where you will not only use your… Read more »

9 believable(?) Thai Beliefs.

What is your beliefs? Some people believe in God, some believe in Ghost and some believe in themselves.  Does you society have any superstitious belief? Yes? No? Here are Thai beliefs from waking up to hitting the bed. Early bird get the weird (dream) If you were dreaming then woke up at the early morning… Read more »

The Secrets (Sound) of Bangkok Street

The Secrets (Sound) of Bangkok Street “Beep! Beep!” or “Vroom Vroom” is properly the most common sound you can hear while you were walking on a side walk in anywhere in the world especially Bangkok where the traffic is very heavy. The truth is there are various sound along the streets in Bangkok.  You may… Read more »