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Often forgotten or overlooked by travelers, the seemingly dry, flat northeast region of Thailand is subtly enticing. Known locally as Isaan, it is spotted with natural wonders, features delicious regional cuisine, and is home to an eclectic variety of festivals only found there. The Mekong River winds its way between the borders of Isaan and Laos, offering waterfront views and an interesting place to explore.

Udon Thani


Why Travel to Isaan: Thailand’s Countryside

Central Thailand evokes images of a cosmopolitan, sleepless city and Thai temples. Northern Thailand promises cool, green mountains. Southern Thailand wows visitors with gorgeous beaches and islands. But what is Isaan Thailand? And why should you travel there? This...

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Four Beautiful National Parks in Chaiyaphum

Now that rainy season is in full swing, we're going the extra mile to explore Thailand's landlocked areas in the north and northeast regions. Although Thailand's beaches are undeniably gorgeous, we have a soft spot for the mountains and countryside, which are...

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Exploring the Beauty of the Siam Tulip Festival

It's not often we find ourselves in Isaan, the northeast region of Thailand. Although it's arguably the least explored area of the country, its quiet countryside has some incredible natural attractions. Take the sprawling, hot pink fields of Siam Tulips for example....

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Our Best Instagram Photos of 2014

We can proudly say that 2014 was our first full calendar year living in Thailand. As we step into 2015, we looked back through our best Instagram photos of 2014 and remembered what made the past year so amazing. #1  New Years at Thapae Gate We started 2014 New Years...

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Red Lotus Sea in Udon Thani, Thailand

In Northeast Thailand, we came across an otherworldly attraction that combined the beauty of a tropical flower garden and the serenity of a lake. This spectacular site is home to millions of lotus flowers and appropriately named the Red Lotus Sea or Talay Bua Daeng....

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