Category: Tips

Thailand is a country full of beauty and rich in culture. Everything from gorgeous beaches, ancient architecture to delicious food can all be explored in Thailand in 2 weeks. If you’re unfamiliar or you’d like to make the most of your time, consider taking a private day tour. You’ll save time, have all your questions… 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 »

The Phnom Penh nightlife buzzes with energy, so long as you know where to look. So, whether you want to find where the locals eat, go or do, here are the 10 best things to do in Phnom Penh at night to end the day with a smile! 1. Dine out at the best local… Read more »

When traveling abroad, some of the things we all should be aware of are scams and frauds. We all know there are people who will be trying to take advantage of us when they have the chance to make a quick buck. If you are in Bangkok or planning to be, let’s have a look… Read more »

Sawaddee krub! If you’ve been to Thailand at least once, you may have found out that dining out at a local Thai food place might be a bit confusing at first. As with any country in the world, we have our own table manners and eating etiquette that some of you may find them interesting… Read more »

If you’ve ever been to the Land of Smiles, you may have seen some major habits of us Thais that you might find them a little (or very) odd. Sometimes, we even agree with you as well, but it’s these weird Thai habits that makes us who we are. Thus, I’m pretty sure that you… Read more »

Known around the globe as the “Land of Smiles”, Thailand is definitely one of the most popular destinations for tourists. People come here to see some of the best beaches in the world, taste some of the most delicious dishes, and marvel at the mystifying mountain views. We Thais are known to be welcoming, hospitable,… Read more »

While Thais are looking forward to our general election on 24 March 2019 with mixed feelings, we’ve seen some travelers feeling pretty much the same about their planned trip. Will everything be open as usual on the election day? Is there anything you should know for a smooth trip during the period? While we can’t… Read more »

Gong Xi Fa Cai! We wish you a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year (or Lunar New Year). 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. 11 Things NOT to Do on… Read more »