CENTRAL THAILAND

     

NOT JUST BANGKOK

Ayutthaya | Bangkok | Chumphon | Hua Hin | Prachuap Khiri Khan | Samut Songkhram

Aside from the bustling city of Bangkok, Central Thailand is also home to calm beaches and beautiful countrysides. With an unlimited access to regional and international cuisine, an incredible infrastructure, and endless entertainment venues, Central Thailand is a hub for locals and attracts travelers from around the world.

Chao Phraya Temple | Bangkok Thailand

Bangkok

Prachuap Khiri Khan Thailand

Prachuap Khiri Khan

Samut Songkhram Thailand

Samut Songkhram

Samut Songkhram Thailand

Chumphon

Kanchanaburi Thailand

Kanchanaburi

THE LATEST ON CENTRAL THAILAND

Bangkok Vegetarian Festival

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Mini Guide: 24 Hours in Bangkok

Every few months we find ourselves spending at a full day in Bangkok en route to some other final destination. Let's be honest - a little of this city goes a long way, so a short but sweet 24 hours in Bangkok is (for us) a great way to squeeze some must-see...

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Things to Do in Chumphon for Outdoor Lovers

We can't get enough of Thailand's beaches. An unexpected trip to Chumphon, one of the lesser known provinces in Southern Thailand, proved yet again how stunning this part of the world is. As it turned out, things to do in Chumphon are perfect for outdoorsy,...

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A Traditional Thai Breakfast at a Homestay in Chumphon

It took a while for us to show any sort of enthusiasm for rice soup (khao dtom) or rice congee (jok) for breakfast in Thailand. What's to like about a big bowl of bland looking and seemingly tasteless mushiness? We'd rather have our normal fare of oatmeal or...

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Accessible Luxury Hotel for Your First Time in Bangkok

Thailand is a country where it's completely possible to get a five-star hotel for less than $100 USD, so every once in a while we feel justified in treating ourselves to a luxury hotel stay. Um, who doesn't like gut-busting Sunday brunches, specialty spa treatments,...

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