Looking for new things to do in Bangkok? If you wonder what Bangkok folks usually do on weekends, here are some idea/trips of things to do in Bangkok. Experience Bangkokians’ trends, explore something new, something different… These idea trips are featured some special activities and places you would definitely love. Make each time of your visit unique and memorable. Forget the shopping malls… Read more »

Are you a first timer to visit Bangkok? here are some day trips we would like to encourage you to join. These 1-day trips will let you explore and observe the most out of what you can do when you are in Bangkok from taking photos around town, shopping at a floating market, and working your… Read more »

Want to join Thai cooking lessons in Bangkok? Cooking is one of the coolest choices to learn each country’s culture, especially Thai’s. Many foreign travelers around the world have visited Thailand many times, but never get a chance to really fix some Thai dish themselves. Would it be great if you guys can actually cook some local Thai food… Read more »

Spooky-doo, fellow travelers! As we are all know, Halloween is right around the corner. Though Thais start to celebrate this Trick or Treat happening, unfortunately, Thais people doesn’t really have a Thai tradition to celebrate this day like westerners. Today, I would like to introduce you the 7 traditional ghosts known by every Thai. Let’s get… Read more »

Good day, travelers Today, I would like to share ones of the most common misunderstanding SOME foreign travelers think Thai people are. They are 4 basic stereotypes (usually) Farang (aka westerners in Thai), who have never been in Thailand or have never met Thai people, think we are. For Thai people, they can be sort of… Read more »

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 »