Say sawasdee to Thailand!
Thailand is one of those countries it’s hard not to fall in love with as a traveler.With some of the world’s most spectacular beaches, it’s easy to get pulled into island living in the south of the country, and never look beyond the warm and crystal clear water, so oh-so-soft golden sand. And despite the undeniably allure of the south, the north attracts travelers, too, with cities like Chiang Mai – home to a fantastic night market and lovely Old Town – on most visitors wish list, as well.We’ve been back to Thailand several times over the years, and will no doubt visit again in the future. It’s just too hard to stay away!
- Where to Stay in Bangkok — Bangkok is easy to overwhelm. Big and busy, it’s one of those cities where it really matters where you stay, because that decision will shape your experience in Thailand’s dynamic capital. We asked Gary Butler, a food blogger currently living in Bangkok, to help decode Bangkok’s different neighborhoods and areas, helping you choose the best part of the city for your style of trip (and budget).
Posts About Thailand
A Guide to Koh Lipe Thailand, an unforgettable paradise in the stunning clear waters of the Andaman Sea. With amazing landscapes and pristine beaches largely undiscovered by tourists, Koh Lipe island is a unique and tranquil getaway. Here is everything you need to know for your Koh Lipe visit. This is a guest post by Alyssa
Where to Stay in Bangkok: Advice from an expat in Bangkok about the best neighborhoods to stay in Bangkok, Thailand. Overview and Recommendations for 6 of Bangkok’s Best Neighborhoods, including Siam, Old Town, Chinatown, Thong Lor/Ekkamai, Sathorn and Silom, and Bang Kachao. Includes 22 hotel listings for every budget. We created this guide in collaboration with Gary Butler, the