Thailand Tidbits | Travel Tips from Thailand


In one of the many reincarnations of the Buddha, he was a prince by the name of Vessandorn. Assumed dead, after not returning from a long journey, the people were grieving. Then the prince somehow returned alive and everybody celebrated overwhelmed by joy. The fiesta that took place was so stentorian that it is said to have woken the dead. So here we go, meet the ghosts of Loei and dance and… Read More

The great city between two seas Deriving from the word Singora in Pattani Malay( lion city) this town has a touch of Georgetown, the potential of Hoi An, similarities to Phuket old town, but also a distinctive own character. In my opinion the most charming city of all the towns in the South. The historical old town with Sino – Portuguese shophouse heritage is located by the largest lake of Thailand –… Read More

The rice terraces in Mae Klang is a perfect city break from Chiang Mai. Make sure you travel during the wet/green season for the best views.

Sakura in Chiang Mai!!? Really? Yes, it is happening but here as in Japan timing is important.

Impressive amount of Food Trucks, great choices and relaxed atmosphere at this market in Nimmanhemin Rd in Chiang Mai.