Dave Mulligan of Great Getaways explores Thailand with his family. Stay tuned as David creates an ideal itinerary for you to experience.
You simply must experience April in Thailand! Everyone knows about the famous Songkran celebrations that kick off April 13th, but there is so much more to see and do during this magical month. There’s Poi Sang Long Festival, Thai Heritage Conservation Festival, and Koh Chang’s Food & Fruit, to name a few. Keep reading to learn more about these events.
As another New Year celebration begins, get ready for sun, sand, water and years of tradition packed into three unforgettable days. It’s time for Songkran, the New Year festival in Thailand! There is so much to see and do: make sand pagodas, respectfully throw water, watch a parade, and see the crowning of the new Miss Songkran, to name a few. This year the celebrations begin on April 13.
In golfing history, Thailand is kind of the new kid in town, but don’t let that detour you from visiting one of their magnificent golf courses. Most courses were built to meet international standards, and were designed by some of the best golf course designers in the world.
In this episode of Thai-Licious we head to Krabi where Chef Laongdao Tokod, the head chef of Thai cuisine at Phulay Bay – a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, shows us how to create Kua Kling.
Need fashion and styling advice while traveling. We are hosting a TweetChat with Freddy Rodriguez of Blue Perk and the Details Network this Wednesday, 3/26 from 3-4pm ET.
To join, all you have to do is follow us on Twitter: @Thailand and @fredrdgz and use the hashtag: #ThaiFashionChat. That simple.
It’s that time of the year again… In Pattaya you should be able to hear the bustling sounds of tech crews prepping the stage for the upcoming Pattaya Music Festival. Preparations are almost complete for this year’s Pattaya Music Festival which will be held along Pattaya Beach Road from Friday, 21st to Sunday 23rd March. It’s our version of California’s Coachella festival, but better since it’s a free 3 day festival.
Dreaming of an island getaway? In this episode, we takes you to Dining on the Rock, the most famous restaurant in Ko Samui with the unobstructed view of the Gulf of Thailand!
“Get ready to rumble,” is probably a common phrase spectators expect to hear at Muay Thai fights, especially ones held in Thailand. However, on March 17, 2014, the ancient capital of Ayutthaya will be home to the annual World Wai Kru Muay Thai Ceremony. Muay Thai boxers from around the world return to Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya to pay respect to their teachers, and to pay homage to the legendary Muay Thai folk hero, Nai Khanom Tom.
Thailand is a great travel destination. From Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai to Krabi and Phuket, all travelers can experience culture, nightlife, and of course, the cuisine.