Category: Facts

The most important festival for Thai-Chinese communities, Lunar New Year or Chinese New Year in Thailand also draws a huge crowd of foreign visitors. With its festive atmosphere, tasty food, vibrant cultural performances and the happiness of Thai-Chinese families, Lunar New Year in Thailand is on of the best ways to experience the local Chinese… Read more »

Christmas in Thailand doesn’t actually have any snow. But on the plus side, you will feel the warmth of Thai people!  All jokes aside, Christmas isn’t actually an official holiday in Thailand. However, there are loads of ways to celebrate Christmas in Thailand for those who want to escape the cold. At this time of… Read more »

It’s November, and the rainy season is officially over and it’s sunny again in Thailand. Temperatures are also not too hot by Thai standards, that is! It’s also in November that the number of tourists starts to increase, particularly in the second half of the month. This marks the beginning of Thailand’s high season, so… Read more »

The Angkor Wat sunrise — that’s probably on top of your bucket list to visit Angkor Wat, right? I mean who wouldn’t want to catch it after seeing a picture like this?  It’s no wonder that catching the sunrise at Angkor Wat has become so popular, for early and non-early birds alike. However, if you’re… Read more »

Planning a trip to Cambodia in November? Then, we’ve got all you need to prepare for an amazing trip. Find out what to expect for the Cambodia weather in November, as well as special tips from us on what to pack and details on a special festival you’ll want to catch! Ready to plan the… Read more »

Traveling to Cambodia in November? Then, don’t miss out on the biggest annual festival in the kingdom! The Water Festival in Cambodia, or as locals call it, Bon Om Tuk, is different from the more well-known Water Festival (Songkran) in Thailand. For one, it involves racing boats rather than water guns.  Curious to know more… Read more »

Heard of the floating villages in Siem Reap and wondering if they’re worth visiting? You’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll lay out the essential primers for a successful visit to the Siem Reap floating village. This includes the top 3 floating villages we recommend and useful local tips. So, stick around… Read more »

If you ask a local from Cambodia where the best places to visit are (besides Siem Reap), Kampot will probably be one of their recommendations. A wonderful town both to relax and find some adventure, you won’t be short of options on what to do in Kampot. Combined with the gorgeous scenery of the Kampot… Read more »