Category: Facts

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 »

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 »

What to expect? From the 25th to the 29th October 2017, the Royal Cremation of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej is scheduled to take place at Sanam Luang Ceremonial Ground in Bangkok. Thursday 26th October 2017 will be the actual Royal Cremation day and it has been declared a public holiday. For the whole month… Read more »

Most visitors to Thailand are charmed by Thai etiquette’s natural elegance, tolerance, and friendliness. Thailand has earned its reputation as the Land of Smiles with good reason. Whilst most Thais are naturally forgiving, there are some areas where we think a little understanding can go a very long way. Thai etiquette is steeped in Buddhist tradition, with… Read more »

Nowadays, Thai cuisine can be found almost anywhere in the world. If you’re coming to Thailand, it’s safe to assume you will be familiar with Pad Thai and Green Curry. Well, guess what? You’re in for a treat because one of the many joys of Thailand is its culinary variety! Thailand is divided in to… Read more »

Hello my foreign friend, are you craving to try some delicious Thai local steaks that are already earning local Michelin Star in Bangkok? Yes indeed, you can’t denied that Thai food is not good but if you have been abroad for quite a while, eating your home country food can help make you feel less… Read more »