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  • 19 Mar0
    Our National Sport

    Our National Sport

    Post by jane

    Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand and a way of life for many people. It is also considered by many to be an art form representing true Thai culture. Muay Thai’s definitive origins are debated by modern scholars, as much its formal history was lost when the Burmese ransacked our capital Ayudhaya, during […]

     
  • 15 Feb0
    Your Guide to Thailand’s Weather

    Your Guide to Thailand’s Weather

    Post by jane

      Thinking of going on holiday to Thailand? Working out when the weather will be the nicest is an obvious consideration we make when planning a vacation. In this blog, we hope to help you determine when the best time for you might be to visit our country. Thailand can be broadly defined as having […]

     
  • 17 Jan0
    Thai Massage (All You Need to Know Before You Go!)

    Thai Massage (All You Need to Know Before You Go!)

    Post by jane

      History of Thai Massage  Forming a central component of Thai medicine, Thai massage, pronounced “nuad thai” in Thai, is believed to have originated over 2,500 years ago in India. While it has been practiced by Thai monks for centuries, it was founded by Kumar Bhaccha, a friend and physician of Buddha. Thai massage is […]

     
  • 31 Dec0
    The Kingdom of a Hundred Fruit

    The Kingdom of a Hundred Fruit

    Post by jane

    One of the great perks of living in Thailand is the accessibility to a cuisine that bears succulent flavours and an boundless number of dishes. Thailand is also blessed with a wide variety of fruits, many of which remain in season throughout the year. Visitors to Thailand will find that exotic fruits are plentiful, diverse, […]

     
  • 29 Nov0
    Venice of the East

    Venice of the East

    Post by jane

    In the heart of bustling Bangkok, long heavily laden cargo barges pulled by tug-boats chug slowly upriver. Speedy water taxies and long tail boats zip across the river from dock to dock. Every day, jam-packed ferries transport thousands of passengers including school children, commuters, monks, visitors, and families. The strong tide is evident from the […]

     
  • 4 Nov0
    The Magic of Loy Krathong

    The Magic of Loy Krathong

    Post by jane

    On the night of full moon in November, people gather together around the rivers, lakes, and ponds across Thailand to release lotus shaped rafts adorned with candles, incense, and flowers. Thought to be one of the most picturesque festivals in Bangkok, the night of Loy Krathong brings the sight of thousands of flickering candles bobbing […]

     
  • 6 Oct0
    The Golden Triangle

    The Golden Triangle

    Post by jane

    Descending from China’s central highlands as one of the world’s longest waterways, the Mekong River unfurls in a tranquil sheen as it meets with the Ruak river- where Thailand converges with Laos and Myanmar. The river has brought a long and turbulent history to this compact region at the northern tip of Thailand, and was […]