Good day, fellow travelers This week I have created the second version of infographic about another 6 common Thai things that foreigners find them strange. Please enjoy! If you would like to read the first 7 habits I’ve posted please click 1. Nickname Unlike westerners, Thai people don’t have middle names. Instead, they have nicknames that are unique and… Read more »

Planning to travel in Thailand in October? Be sure to put the Thai-Chinese Vegetarian Festival (“Tesakan Gin Jeh” in Thai) on your itinerary. Exciting parades and unusual rituals aside, you can enjoy various vegan snacks. (Fun fact: It’s called the Vegetarian Festival, but the food is actually vegan.) These Thai vegan snacks are prepared with special kitchenware, which is used for… Read more »

Thai Eating Etiquette

Sa-wad-dee, Travelers! This week, I would like to talk about Thai eating/ table manner you, foreign traveler, should know, so you don’t feel like ‘that awkward moment when…’ lol Here are some major things Thai people do, but foreigners don’t…   1. Eating with tableware/ Hands If you have read our previous content, 7 Thai habits… Read more »

Travel across Thailand can be troublesome sometimes as for many reasons. Today, we would like to talk about better and safer ways of using Thai transportations to get around or outside Bangkok. There are other public transportations too, but we would like to encourage you to try these services because they’re so convenient, affordable, and safe. Just like… Read more »

Hello October! Thailand Vegan Festival (aka Tesagan Gin Je) is right around the corner. People across Thailand celebrate it annually October according to Chinese calender. This year, 2015, the festival is held during 13 – 21. The reasons behind this not only for healthiness, but also for prayers and merits (from praying, chanting, making good deeds… Read more »

Hello Travelers, Today, we have a special content from GabJayy‘s review. GabJayy is a young Thai designer and blogger. We found it very nice and useful for any experience seeker who are interested in a local day trip, so we’ve translated her review into English. Check out what she did and experienced during her day 🙂 Visit… Read more »

Hello from Bangkok, This week topic is about some major habits of Thai people that you might find them a little (or a lot) odd. There are actually many more but I think this 7 Thai habits are the most obvious. Let see what we have here 😀 1. Tableware Unlike westerners, instead of using… Read more »

(rather than visiting Buddhist temples, shopping in a mall or clubbing) Want to try something new? But, don’t know what other things you could do here in Bangkok…. In the capital city of Thailand, Bangkok, travelers usually pay a visit to many famous Buddhist temples, shop at a big mall like Paragon and Central World, and… Read more »