Thai food is more than just your standard pad thai or papaya salad. Read on to learn more about the culinary differences between Thailand’s four major regions.
Elephants have played an important part in Thailand’s history and today the Thai elephant remains an enduring symbol of Thailand and its culture. Read on to learn more about the many ethical and reputable animal sanctuaries in Thailand, as well as conservation efforts, so you can have the chance to experience these magical creatures yourself in a safe and nurturing environment.
Get to know Kanchanaburi, Thailand’s third largest province, and home to many historical and ecological attractions.
Learn about the traditions and history of Loi Krathong and how it is celebrated in Thailand.
It’s that time of year again for one of the most well known festivities in the city of Chonburi – the Buffalo Races! The tradition dates back hundreds of years and usually takes place the day before the full moon in October. This year it takes place on October 7, 2014. Click to read more about the origins and traditions of the festival.
There will be two commemorations of the Phuket Vegetarian Festival in 2014. The first will take place from September 24 – October 2, 2014. And the second will take place October 24 – November 1, 2014. Learn more about the festival here!
Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand and a way of life for many people. Although there is little in the way of written history, the origins of Muay Thai date back over 2000 years, originating from a fight …
Do you crave unique experiences? Are you willing to explore the less traveled? Ready to venture out from the more popular tourist locations? These are four of our favorite “off the beaten path” experiences that will give you a glimpse into true Thai culture and landscape.
Even if you don’t “keep up with the Kardashians,” you can vacation like them in Thailand. From a private villa, to ziplining, to snorkeling, the sprawling family found activities for everyone with some of the best things Phuket has to offer. Read on for our recap and travel guide so you can relive the experience on your own.
From Chiang Mai, we headed down to Koh Samui for some R&R at Absolute Sanctuary. Up until Koh Samui, our schedule for the trip was pretty tight. I felt like I had been running non-stop to get to this point, so I was ready to log some serious chill time.