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New Year’s Eve Celebrations Around Thailand
Bangkok / December 17th, 2018 5:09 am
New year’s celebrations around Thailand

While the traditional Thai New Year is actually celebrated in April and the entire country shuts down for Songkran – a giant water-splashing three-day holiday, it’s not to say Thai's don’t celebrate the Gregorian New Year as well. There are fun and elaborate parties all over the country on 31st December each year and January 1st is a national holiday because, as you know if you’ve spent any time here, Thai people know what they’re doing when it comes to a party. Here’s how it’s done in various hotspots:
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An Introduction to Wakeboarding in Thailand
Thailand Activities / November 27th, 2018 10:42 am
 
If you feel the need for speed, exhilaration, thrills and spills, consider wakeboarding: increasingly popular, this water sport is a favourite on lakes, rivers and waves around the world. Have you tried it yet?
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What to do with the kids in Bangkok
Kids Activities Thailand / November 12th, 2018 12:21 am
What to do with the kids in Bangkok

Whether you live in Thailand or you’re on holiday, keeping the little ones happy is paramount. Though at first glance Bangkok seems more geared up for the grown ups, it’s actually surprisingly kid-friendly if you know where to look.
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Thailand’s Colourful Days
Thai Customs / October 23rd, 2018 2:41 am

Thailand’s colourful days


Did you know that in Thailand, each day is assigned a lucky colour? No? Well, that’s what we’re here for - think of us as your resident Thai cultural guides and let’s explore this fascinating cultural phenomenon toge...

Koh Samui Ocean Drive
Koh Samui Activities / September 30th, 2018 1:24 pm
Ocean Drive Route 4169 Koh Samui

Perhaps when you think of a holiday to Koh Samui in Thailand’s glittering Gulf, you think of lazy days spent by the pool or swinging in a hammock above powdery white sand, the waves lapping at the shore, with nothing to do but read your book and sip on a coconut. And you could be forgiven; we fully support your right to do nothing. But for those of you who look for a little more adventure from your vacation, you might be interested to learn that this island is full of hidden gems and treasures and well worth explorin...