Chiang Khan is a small provincial town in northern Thailand, and its main thoroughfare - the 'Walking Street' - is one of the most popular Thai holiday destinations, as this photoessay will show
This short page is an introduction and photographic guide to a few of the many and varied attractions for tourists to visit in the little known North East of Thailand
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
Bangkok is a great city but be ready for the traffic and the fact it can be hard to find anyone speaks more than basic English. Street food is excellent and you can even eat scorpions and snakes.
Thinking about taking a tropical getaway for your next vacation? Consider Thailand. This tropical paradise is a must see for anyone in love with sand and surf.
Whether it's cheap jeans, watches or bags, Bangkok's MBK mall has a lot of great shopping deals with extra discounts if you can haggle. Find out where and how to get to MBK shopping mall as well as tips on their fabulous food courts.
A guide to dining out in Chiang Mai, Thailand: 7 great restaurants - from classic Thai to International cuisine - to try and enjoy the unique tastes and flavors of this beautiful historic city.
The Annual Surin Elephant Round Up is the world's greatest elephant show. Held in November, it is one of many Thailand festivals that you should not miss.
I've had the opportunity to live in two of the most popular places in Thailand and thought I'd share my observations on the major differences with you.
Planning to travel to Phi Phi Islands? Then read this hub explaining the islands, how to get there and when to go.