Located 450km northeast of Bangkok, the province of Khon Kaen is considered one of the big four (cities) of Isan. Its humble beginnings date back to the 12th century when the Khmer empire expanded its territory across the northeast of Thailand, creating numerous towns and cities.
Planning a trip to Thailand can make your head spin. Where should you visit, what should you pack, do you need a Visa? The questions can be endless. This guide has you covered in all areas.
This a live post that will be updated regularly to report the latest news on the Coronavirus in Thailand. The global COVID-19 outbreak may affect your travel to Thailand, so check back regularly if you have a holiday booked. Latest Thailand Coronavirus updates: Sunday 17th May: Malls and department stores to re-open. Nighttime curfew shortened…Read More
The tiny island of Koh Larn sits in the Gulf of Thailand, about 7.5km from the Pattaya Beach coastline. Also known as Coral Island, it is the closest island to Bangkok and well worth a visit. In this post, I’ll walk you through everything you need to know to plan your trip.
Watching Netflix in Thailand is as simple as logging in. But when you do, you’ll quickly discover that you only have access to the Thai provided content. You won’t be able to watch content from your country: I’m potentially talking about series like Sex Education, Narcos, re-runs of The Office, Stranger, Breaking Bad, or Better…Read More
Chiang Mai Airport (CNX) receives over 2 million passengers each year, and 130 flights a week. This 24-hour, international airport is conveniently located near the city center and acts as gateway to many northern provinces such as Chiang Rai, Pai, and Nan, though these places also have smaller airports of their own. The airport is…Read More
In this age of digital devices, one can quickly and easily record moments and share them on social media and other platforms. But there will always be something special about doing it the old way: jotting down your thoughts on a piece of paper for you and others to reminisce over in the years to…Read More
Pretty much no one leaves a country in SE Asia without paying a visit to one of its malls, and Thailand is no exception. Whether you just want to window shop, or you’re looking for some new clothes to take home, going to a mall is part of the holiday. MBK Centre Mall, short for Mah Boon Krong (MBK) is probably Bangkok’s most famous mall.