A visit to Thailand surely will linger long in your memory, with its abundance of breathtaking scenery and superb hospitality. Take time to explore, here are a few favourite spots to get you started and whet your appetite for wanderlust.
Are you thinking of travelling around Thailand, wondering how many days to stay in Chiang Mai and what to do? Here comes my ultimate itinerary suggestion for a 3-day visit in the beautiful mountainous city of Chiang Mai.
Culture, Mountains, Adventure - Here’s your ultimate itinerary on how to spend 2 incredible weeks in Northern Thailand, from Bangkok over Chiang Mai & much much more!
Good thing Bangkok's skyline is made up of so many skyscrapers, because that's exactly what you need: an awesome hotel pool sitting on top of one of those high rises! Check out these 14 amazing rooftop water paradises.
Better plan ahead for extra baggage during your next flight, you're going to need it. If you're set on just window shopping, you might just change your mind especially with all these bargain prices. There is something to be found for everyone!
Whether you're looking to find a silent island destination to hang in a hammock all day, searching for a great under-the-sea experience or just want to party, you will definitely find it on one of Thailand's classic gulf islands, Koh Samui, Koh Phangan or Koh Tao.
Welcome to the whistle-stop tour of Northern Thailand. If you only have one week to spend exploring the beautiful northern part of Thailand, then this is a great itinerary for you to take in most of the sights, sounds and smells.
The food is amazing, the markets big and colourful and the surrounding boasts with incredible nature. Come to the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai for a few days, immerse yourself in the city, food and speak to locals and just fall in love with this place!
Bangkok, a city of 6 million people, with sparkling temples and streets always filled with people, every night of the week there are markets, street food on every corner, and there is truly so much to explore! Here are 6 sights you definitely cannot miss.
Once a small fishing community framed by white sandy beaches, coral reefs and palm trees, Koh Samui is now one of Thailands most touristy islands boasting with luxury hotels, posh spas and a vivid nightlife. Here's the complete guide to all that the island has to offer for independent travellers and digital nomads.
Bangkok is fantastic to explore as a traveller as well staying around for longer to make connections with other digital nomads. So it is no surprise that there has been a new wave of co-working spaces throughout the city. Many spaces are located in the trendy Thonglor/Ekkamai area but can be found in other parts of the city too.
With so many things to do and see in Chiang Mai, a day trip out of the city should definitely be on your list too! Simply organise and take it on your own so you have ultimate flexibility as you can stop anywhere interesting that catches your eye. Get on that scooter, Tuk Tuk or Songthaew and simply go!