Category: Things to do

What else can we do besides partying? Known as the city that never sleeps, there seems to be a myth that there’s nothing much to do in Bangkok at night besides drinking the night away and clubbing. Well, we’re here to break the myth. Here are some cool ideas from awesome things to do to… Read more »

Before planning your next trip, one of the things you may need to consider is the weather. The weather is one of the crucial deciders on how your trip may pan out. For instance, even the simplest activities can be unbearable if it’s is too hot. On the contrary, your plans could literally fall apart… Read more »

So you’ve got 2 days in Siem Reap — sweet! But are you feeling a bit lost on how to make the most of your trip? Don’t worry because we’ve got you covered! Our itinerary will let you discover both the famous landmarks and the hidden treasures of this ancient capital of Cambodia. Let’s get… Read more »

Straddling along the bends of the Chao Phraya, Bangkok’s Old Town or the Rattanakosin area is undergoing a modern resurgence of late. Founded in 1782 by King Rama I, Rattanakosin is the prototype of today’s Big Mango. For those interested in the heritage and origins of Bangkok, visiting the Old Town is indeed one of… Read more »

Coming over to Thailand? I bet you guys probably did your research and found out that visiting a floating market is a must-do. Exploring the local lifestyle and eating all the delicious local food at a floating market is surely one of the best ways to enjoy your getaway to the Land of Smiles. But,… Read more »

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 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 »

We Thais and our rivers have long been good old friends. We rely on water for just about everything from rice growing, going to places by boat, to even selling all kinds of goodies at floating markets. It’s quite likely that you’ve already checked off one famous floating market on your Thailand to-go list. Most… Read more »