February saw the 6th birthday of one of our gibbons in Chiang Mai, Tong Kham. Find out more about Tong Kham in this blog.
Chonburi is an attractive little seaside town just 80km from Bangkok and one of the locations for the Flight of the Gibbon zip line experience.
Chiang Mai scored highly in Travel and Leisure magazine’s best cities list, pipped to the top spot by Charleston, USA. So what is it about this North Thailand city that engages its visitors to such an extent?
North Thailand’s premier tourist city, Chiang Mai is sure to be a highlight on your Thailand holiday itinerary. Here’s our top ten list of attractions in Chiang Mai you shouldn’t miss.
There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing, or so the common adage goes. Whether you’re planning to visit during the wet or the dry season, going hiking or relaxing on the beach, or visiting the temples or the mall, here’s a brief guide to what clothes to pack during your trip to Southeast Asia
Bangkok is without a doubt a thrilling, fast paced city, but all that buzz can be exhausting. If you’re looking for some fresh air, here are some breath-taking hikes located just a stone’s throw away from the nation’s capital.
A trip to Thailand in rainy season shouldn’t be ruled out. You’ll need to go prepared with at least an umbrella and some weather-proof clothes, but there’s also plenty to do indoors that will take the edge off a grey-sky day. Try these for starters.
No one wants to look like a fool, but if you’re new to traveling in Southeast Asia, you might not know about some of these common scams that can befall the unsuspecting tourist. These can happen anywhere, of course, and shouldn’t deter you from making plans for a happy holiday.
The Khao Kheow Wildlife Sanctuary in Chonburi province is a large area of protected forest designated back in 1974, but just as important today. In this blog post, we discuss more about what makes the Khao Kheow Wildlife Sanctuary a must-see attraction during your next visit to Bangkok or Pattaya