The best known floating market in Thailand is the Damnoen Saduak floating market in Ratchaburi province. It’s extremely popular among tour operators, who take tourists there for a day trip, leaving Bangkok early in the morning. Continue reading
Suphan Buri is a central province with a history dating back several millennia. Archaeologists have unearthed evidence of neolithic, bronze and iron age cultures as well as art of the Dvaravati, Khmer. Continue reading
Classical and opera fans in Thailand will see their dream come true as soprano queen Sarah Brightman delivers a performance in Bangkok at the end of this month.
Presented by Sportform-Eventasia, the “Sarah Brightman Dreamchaser World Tour Concert” will take place at Bitec’s Hall 106 on Bang Na-Trat Road on July 31 at 8pm. Continue reading
Those who love fish should get reeled in by this, but leave the rods at home. Continue reading
Three of Thailand’s leading tourist attractions have finnished in the top-ten spots in two categories of the TripAdvisor’s 2013 Travellers’ Choice Award. Continue reading
British Airways has signed a new codeshare agreement with Bangkok Airways, which will allow the airline to offer flights to Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai via Bangkok.
It will also operate a codeshare with Bangkok Airways from Singapore to Koh Samui. Continue reading
Four restaurants in Thailand, all in Bangkok, have been picked among the 101 best venues by The Daily Meal, a US food website. Continue reading
If sun, swimming and good times are what you’re into, then the Thai Islands are right up your alley. Jump your way from Koh Samui to Koh Tao, finishing it up with the legendary Koh Pha Ngan. With multiple nights on each island, you can kick back on island time. Continue reading
I first came to Koh Samui 13 years ago when it was still a bit of a hippy paradise. It was about the time that the film version of Alex Garland’s book The Beach – starring Leonardo DiCaprio – was released. Continue reading
It was the summer of 1998 when I first went ashore on Koh Samui in search of white sandy beaches, crystal seas and full moon parties. I was, of course, clutching my copy of Alex Garland’s The Beach. Continue reading