Food & Drink


Hua Hin Hills Vineyard

A vineyard in Thailand? Really? Whilst the tropical climate of Thailand might not appear to be conducive to wine-making, there are a few locations in the country … [Read More...]


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Benjasiri Park, Bangkok

Benjasiri Park, Bangkok

It might not be as big or as well-known as Lumphini Park, but Benjasiri Park in Bangkok has a quiet charm and makes for a pleasant escape from some of the excesses of the Thai capital. Benjasiri Park was opened in 1992 in honour of Queen Sirikit’s … [Read More...]

Chinese New Year in Thailand

Is it the Year of the Sheep or Year of the Goat?

Like many other countries in Asia and elsewhere around the world, there will be many in Thailand who are welcoming in the Chinese New Year. Depending on where you look you may see the animal associated with this new year as a sheep, a ram or a goat. … [Read More...]

Chiang Mai Friday Farmers' Market

Chiang Mai Farmers’ Market Every Friday

A new farmers’ market opened up in the centre of Chiang Mai in December 2014. The market takes place every Friday in the attractive garden area of the library which is attached to the Chiang Mai Historical Centre and Museum. This is behind the Three … [Read More...]

Thai Authorities Investigate Bangkok Blast   Thailand travel guide

Thai Authorities Investigate Bangkok Blast

One person was slightly injured by a small explosion in Bangkok at approximately 8 p.m. local time last night (Sunday). The scene of the blast was a walkway connecting Siam Skytrain station with the Siam Paragon shopping mall. The explosion was … [Read More...]

Yingluck Shinawatra

Former Thai PM Banned From Politics

Former Thai prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, has been banned from politics for five years. The decision to impeach her was made on Friday by the National Legislative Assembly (NLA). Shortly before the decision was made, a separate announcement … [Read More...]