Category: I’m A Traveller

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! Note: Songkran 2020 events held in April is postponed. Substitution date… Read more »

Street vendors of all kinds are undeniably what makes Thai food scene truly unique. While we recommend trying it all, Thai drinks from street vendors are the absolute must. However, ordering can be tricky as not many of them have English menu. Here is a brief intro on the colorful world of those tantalizing milky red, green, orange… Read more »

Guay Tiew (ก๋วยเตี๋ยว) literally means noodles in Thai. Besides eating rice, noodles are our go to food when it comes to satisfying our taste buds. There are many types of Thai noodles you can choose from when ordering at a local noodle stall/ restaurant. The choices can include egg noodle (Bah – Mhee/ บะหมี่), rice… Read more »

Instead of hanging out in Nimman Haemin Road or visiting the cute little pandas or the wild animals at Chiang Mai Night Safari, are there any other things to do in Chiang Mai? Where else can you visit without getting caught up with other travelers? As you may already know, Chiang Mai is one of the top destinations for foreign… Read more »

Bangkok is known as one of the top budget-friendly cities. However, we’ve seen countless travelers take it that just because they have a limited budget, the most they can do is ‘sight see’ the famous and free attraction sites in Bangkok. As your local friend, it bothers us to see you miss all the cheap,… Read more »

Gong Xi Fa Cai! We wish you a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year (or Lunar New Year) in 2020! To make a fresh start with good fortune, Thai-Chinese locals adhere to some Chinese New Year superstitions and taboos. Here’s a list of things not to do on Chinese New Year 2020. 1. Doing house… Read more »

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 »

The largest island in Thailand, Phuket is rich in culture and full of natural beauty. The stunning beaches and diving spots is what makes it an ever-attractive destination to many tourists. More than sightseeing the main attractions, Phuket is home to many communities with their own history, cultures and believes. Thai Buddhists are the majority… Read more »

The month of April comes the hottest time for Thais. Aside from the sweltering summer heat, this is the month when the famous “Songkran Festival” takes place, from the 13-15 April. But since we all are wet’n wild lovers, we sure celebrate this Thai New Year and turn the street into a gigantic battlefield for… Read more »