This season alone, I'd have travelled to Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand and Australia! Typically, I travel once each month. Some journeys are suitable for business, but many are suitable for leisure. Despite a busy schedule, I still were able to plan a number of journeys within an...
Despite the proliferation of choices to directly buy a holiday, a flight ticket, or just about any accommodation, it's still mostly advantageous to talk about your plans having a trustworthy tour operator or consultant. A lot of use have dreams to determine new places, experience new possibilities and usually...
A visit to Chiang Rai’s Pangha Homestay community feels like going back 100 years to a time when Thailand wasn’t even called Thailand but rather ‘Siam’, when people got around on bicycles or rickshaws rather than cars, and when hands worked all day long to make crafts and materials...
If you do not have a valid passport, you will be denied access to the country. Fortunately, getting a passport on today's date is not difficult if you fill up all the necessary paperwork. If you are interested in taking an international cruise, make sure your passport issues are...
This “One Night Stay with Locals” takes you to Phetchaburi province, just a 2-3-hour car or bus ride from Bangkok. Most people who come to Phetchaburi for their holidays are local Thais looking for a relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle of the capital for a few days...
Venture right in the heart of the wilderness of Nan province, with this “One Night Stay with Locals” at Sila Petch community. While tourists may flock to nearby Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai in their millions, Nan province promises just as spectacular scenery, with mountains, jungles, rice paddies, wide...
Life in Chiang Rai’s quiet “Baan Tha Khan Thong” community revolves around the nearby Mae Kong, the world-famous river that marks the border between Thailand and neighboring Laos towards the north. As a result, many of the fun and educational activities that await you here on this “One Night...
Thailand’s southern Phatthalung province is generally overlooked by tourists, who tend to opt for neighboring Trang or the holiday hotspots of Phuket, Krabi and Phang Nga. And while this province may not boast any real beaches, there is still plenty to discover both on and off the water that...
Easily accessible from Bangkok with its own airport, Chumphon is a popular seaside province overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. It gets its fair share of visitors each year who come to enjoy the beaches and slower pace of life – although most use it as a gateway to travel...