Shades and hues, and natural ones at that, are among the major attributes of Thai culinary arts. Green curry, Massaman or even the oh-so-ordinary Thai fried rice are edible versions of color palette. We know that turmeric and an assortment of chilies are the major influences behind Thai main dishes’ bright and bold tint. However,… Read more »

Thai cuisine is known for its vast array of meaty delights, from your typical chicken breast to the shocking (to some) frog leg. The common dishes on the menu usually look like a bundle of spice-soaked pieces of meat. Understandably, more than once we’ve heard foreigners confess that despite their Thai food craze, they miss… Read more »

The heavenly Maya Bay in Phi Phi Islands is currently closed indefinitely, but don’t let that crush your tropical dream. While the Thai government is guarding this southern gem in order for the ecosystem to restore itself, there are other great choices for island hopping in Southern Thailand. Jaw-dropping islands fill both Andaman and Thai Gulf coastlines… Read more »

Dubbed the second most crowd-pleasing Thai festival (after Songkran), you might have already come across the classics of Loy Krathong Festival or the Festival of Lights. The dreamy scene of candlelit floating Krathong and anecdotes on the River Goddess’s grace and the sail away of your bummers are everywhere. But did you know about the… Read more »

Been looking for the right place to stay in Bangkok but got a bit overwhelmed? We’ve been through the same problem while finding the best area to stay in Bangkok. We feel you and that’s why we’ve come up with our five favorite neighborhoods in Bangkok to help you. They aren’t only friendly to your wallet but… Read more »