Category: Facts

Bangkok attracts millions of people each year with its interesting sites, exotic street food, and endless entertainment. It’s also one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Wondering if it’s possible to spend one day in Bangkok? Whether you’re in Bangkok for the first time or returning there, we’ve got the top suggestions for you. If… Read more »

Been looking for where to stay in Chiang Mai? Don’t know which area is the best? We went through the same problem and we feel you. So now, we’ve compiled the 5 best areas to stay in Chiang Mai to help you out. Check them out below: 1. Old City Travelers on a budget and… Read more »

Sometimes, the best part of traveling is going off the popular route. If you’re looking to explore beyond the major cities in Thailand, then Trat might just be what you’re looking for. The eastern province is full of charms that will make you glad you’re discovering them before the masses catch on. So, if you… Read more »

If you want to escape the crowds in Thailand’s major cities, then a getaway to Chanthaburi might just be what you need. The eastern Thailand province is famed for its gems and variety of tasty fruit. Not only that, the simple local way of life and beautiful nature make Chanthaburi a charming destination worth visiting…. Read more »

Bangkok Chinatown, or Yaowarat in Thai, is famous for its street food. But did you know it’s also surrounded by temples and uniques sights? Here are 9 local things you can’t miss in Chinatown when you’re there: 1. Grab some tasty pork dumplings           View this post on Instagram    … Read more »

Wondering what Thailand in August is like? In this guide, you’ll find out just what to expect and the best places to visit during this month. So, let’s get to it! Weather The northern and northeastern parts of Thailand see the most rain in August. You can also expect downpours in Bangkok too, though the… Read more »

Have Angkor Wat on your bucket list? Want to explore more of where to go in Cambodia? Then, you’ve come to the right place. Read on for the top 10 places you don’t want to miss on your Cambodia trip. Also, be sure to check out our local tips at the end on everything from… Read more »

The weather in Thailand in July is near identical to what most of Thailand has already seen in June. Even though June marks the start of the rainy season for most parts of Thailand, it’s usually in July when rainfall begins to increase steadily, especially near the end of the month. However, that certainly doesn’t… Read more »

If you’re interested in buying condos in Bangkok, TakeMeTour and Plus+ Property have got great news for you!  TakeMeTour’s expertise in providing local experiences and Plus+ Property’s extensive knowledge of properties have birthed the idea of 1-day “Real Estate Tours”. In just a day, our Property Experts will provide you insider knowledge, recommendations, and advice… Read more »

The intermittent tropical cloudbursts mark the official start of the “green season” in Thailand. Although the rainfall usually arrives in May, it is Thailand in June that we can see more greenery in the countryside. It’s a shame that the term “rainy season” drives away many visitors since June is an ideal month to explore… Read more »