Thailand Tidbits | Travel Tips from Thailand


Wat Ban Den Temple

What is appropriate temple etiquette? How to behave in temples? And what not to do. First of all, it is kind of horrifying thinking of tourist climbing up on Buddha statues, sitting in their lap, holding The Buddha’s hand and so on. Just imaging the scene having a bunch of Asian tourists climbing a cross with Jesus and posing with the son of God. Fortunately, it is quite rare to see these… Read More

Siam Square is the place to be in Bangkok. This is where you get the puls and the energy of the capital. Shopping, culture, food, people watching. It is all there.

Bangkok’s Chinatown is a bustling food paradise rich in history and with a million things to explore.

Huai Nam Dang is one of Thailands most beautiful national parks. Located over 1700 metres above sea level it rewards you with stunning views of the Doi Luang mountain and fresh cool air.

Motifs of religion the wax floats

The Candle festival in Ubon Ratchathani is the largest of its kind in Thailand. It is held during Buddhist Lent during two days in July.

The view from inside the Cove

Ao Yon is a small gem in the Cape Panwa district of Phuket. This beach is popular among locals and you have the beach club The Cove with direct beach access.

Recently I spent two weeks in the Phuket Sandbox, read about my most memorable experiences here.

A day on the road on Phuket Island visting the Mining museum and Phuket town.