As a septuagenarian, I have been living retired in Thailand since 2007. Previously enthusiastic about living overseas, I now argue in this article why you shouldn't retire abroad.
This page looks at four entertainments to be found in and around the City of Bangkok, and appraises their merits - attractions reviewed are Ocean World, Siam Niamit, Safari World and Madame Tussauds
Even in beautiful Thailand there are bad guys. Scammers are common in Bangkok There are also motorcycle gangs in Ko Samui. violent street robberies in Pattaya and property frauds in Hua Hin. Things to look out for....
Chiang Khan in Northern Thailand is a popular destination for local tourists and foreign backpackers. This article looks at some of the scenic and cultural attractions in and around the town
Muang Boran is little known to most tourists who visit Bangkok, yet should be on everyone's list of must-see sites. This 240 acre site is a great celebration of Thai history, culture and architecture
Being conscious of the differences in Thai and Western culture will go a long way in improving working with the Thai. This hub presents 11 tips toward a better working relationship with the Thai.
As long as the Thai-Chinese family remains strong, Thai-Chinese will continue to play a significant role in shaping Thailand and Thai society. This hub discusses the contributions of the Thai-Chinese.
A concise visitors' guide to Chiang Mai's Night Bazaar.
Standard Thai is not the only language spoken in Thailand. Languages in Thailand are almost as diverse as languages in China. This hub introduces the most important languages spoken in Thailand
Thailand is increasingly becoming an attractive place for westerners to retire. Ease in getting a retirement visa is one of the top eight reasons for considering Thailand as a retirement home.