If there is one thing that is definitely and quintessentially a part of the Thai identity, it is decidedly food. And rest assured that you do not necessarily have to be an advanced foodie to enjoy every culinary gem this amazing country and city have to offer. Indeed the city of Bangkok is a foodie’s dream come true, but also truly a place of culinary discovery, filled with hundreds and hundred of food joints, eateries, local food stalls and restaurants.

In Chiang Mai, biking is one of the best ways to discover the city, rice fields, forests and mountains. It’s a traditional city, vibrant of Thailand’s Northern culture. A perfect place to cycle, plus the weather is not as insane as in the Southern islands. The terrain across Chiang Mai offers a multitude of options. It can challenge even an expert rider…

Chiang Dao is a small town north of Chiang Mai, also called the ‘City of Stars’. With limestones reaching 2,186 metres, local people believed the highest point was at the same height as the stars. Chiang Dao is the third highest peak in Chiang Mai after Doi Inthanon and Doi Pha Hom Pok. Experience a lush tropical rainforest…

Visitors come to Thailand for countless different reasons: The weather, the food, the beach, the culture, the wildlife… and for the rocks. Rock climbing has been developing throughout Thailand for the past 20 years. Whether it is in the south, with the amazing limestones over the crystal clear clear waters, in Railay Beach. Or in the north…

Chiang Mai is the second biggest city in Thailand. Chiang Mai is a perfect getaway to relax and escape the heat from southern and central Thailand. Nowadays a popular city for backpackers and travelers, Chiang Mai used to be the capital of the Lanna Kingdom. The majesty of the kingdom of the north can be felt immediately…

Thailand is an amazing country: paradise beaches in the southern islands, major tourist attractions in Bangkok, and a natural haven in the Northern forests. The opportunities to have a great time discovering the hidden gems of this Kingdom are many. Take for example Mae Rim, at the heart of the Northern province of Chiang Mai…

Queen in the North, Chiang Mai watches over some of the most beautiful national parks of Thailand. Including the country’s highest point, the Doi Inthanon Mountain. Here wilderness roams freely in jungles, mountains, forests, waterfalls and lakes.  Please be aware that wild tigers and bears may still live in some of these parks.

While visiting Thailand, and particularly Bangkok, many options will present themselves to you as to how to explore the bustling metropolis. Biking is one of them and definitely an experience worth having, as it also the most efficient and cheapest way to get yourself around the vibrant capital. Indulge and explore Bangkok at your own …

The Khao Sok National Park is home to one of the oldest rainforests in the world, and shelters 5 % of the world’s species. Inside thick jungle, that is millions of years old, sits the Cheow Lan Lake. The forest’s most precious jewel. The incredible man-made lake spreads for 185 square kilometres and features some limestone, and more…

The Kamala Beach in Phuket is widely popular for its relaxing vibes. It sits on the western side of Phuket, just north of Patong, a couple of kilometres only away from the largest part of Phuket’s bustling and vibrant party spot, and a few kilometres south of the Surin Beach…

While travelling in Thailand and particularly while in Bangkok, make sure to explore the banks of the iconic and mighty Chao Phraya River, also known as the River of Kings. Famous for its extensive networks of waterways and canals, Bangkok has widely developed a reliance on the water transportation and trade of all sorts of …

Kathu is the smallest district in Western Phuket and is composed of Kamala Beach, Patong and Kathu. A vast range of activities are available in the area, hence Kathu being a particularly popular spot for tourists. The area is also widely popular all over Thailand due to its famous nightlife…