Category: Festivals

We hope you love the story through a foreigner’s perspective. Don’t forget to discover the traditional side of Songkran with our timeless guide by locals, Songkran Festival: The Ultimate Guide to Thai New Year and Thai Water Festival. Let’s say that you can’t stay dry! The probability is that you’ll be wet for 3 days in… Read more »

The month of April is regarded as both literally and figuratively the hottest for Thais. Aside from the sweltering summer heat, this is the month when the famous “Songkran Festival” takes place from the 13th-15th of April during the Thai New Year. In fact, mass celebration takes over the whole week, as the whole country… Read more »

Celebrating Songkran in Bangkok is one of the best things to do in Thailand, but there’s more to it than just wild water fights. Don’t forget to discover the traditional side of Songkran with our timeless guide by locals, Songkran Festival: The Ultimate Guide to Thai New Year and Thai Water Festival. The Thai New Year or… 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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »