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.
- Our 24 Hours in Bangkok Mini Guide features iconic attractions, lesser known sites, and day trips
- A Tour of Bumrungrad International Hospital, one of the best hospitals in all of Asia
- The hospitality and charm at The House of Phraya Jasaen boutique hotel is unforgettable
- Everything you need to know to get to the classic Taling Chan Floating Market
- What it’s like to ride the Third Class Train from Hua Hin to Bangkok
Prachuap Khiri Khan
- Our First Impressions of Hua Hin, a popular expat city in the south
- Try Hua Hin’s delicious seafood cuisine at these restaurants
- A review on the ฿850 overnight Sombat Bus from Chiang Mai to Hua Hin
- A day trip to the lesser known Ao Manao Beach
- Volunteering at the Kui Buri National Park, home of rescued elephants in Thailand
THE LATEST ON CENTRAL THAILAND
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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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