Recent Posts

  • 3 Nov0
    Kathin Ceremony – then and now

    Kathin Ceremony – then and now

    Post by Withaya

    Kathin festival is one of the oldest Buddhist traditions in Thailand. It always takes place within a month after the end of Buddhist Lent

     
  • 27 Oct0
    Spice Up Your Holiday with Cooking Experience

    Spice Up Your Holiday with Cooking Experience

    Post by chananya

    Thai Food has become popular internationally for many years. We begin to see an incorporation of Thai flavours in western cuisines. Nowadays, some restaurants may serve you steak and seafood dishes with Thai peanut sauce or Thai spicy salads as a side dish.

     
  • 12 Oct0
    Faith & Belief … the invisible tool

    Faith & Belief … the invisible tool

    Post by Withaya

    We can’t deny that the belief in spirits or any mysterious powers still exist in the modern world. Some people may think that it is ridiculous to believe in something that cannot be explained by scientific methods. However, this kind of belief is sometimes used to solve some issues in some remote areas of Thailand.

     
  • 19 Sep1
    Sweet Haven – The Sweet Wisdom in Thailand

    Sweet Haven – The Sweet Wisdom in Thailand

    Post by Withaya

    Most of traditional Thai sweets are made from rice flour, palm sugar, coconut and some other domestic ingredients.However, some Thai sweets are influenced by western desserts like Trouxa de ovos and Fios de ovos.

     
  • 4 Sep0
    Sustainable Travel is Not a Trend

    Sustainable Travel is Not a Trend

    Post by chananya

    I am often asked about our business model and how I see its future in Thailand. Usually, I am sincerely excited by the interest but disappointed in the lack of understanding and commitment for sustainable tourism. Eco-tourism and community-based tourism are not a trend

     
  • 21 Aug0
    A Haven of Street Food in Bangkok: China Town

    A Haven of Street Food in Bangkok: China Town

    Post by Withaya

    Nowadays, with the modern, busy lifestyle that forces people to spend more time at work, Thai urbanites have less time to cook at home. More people, especially Bangkokians, rely on the restaurants or food stalls for their breakfast, lunch and dinner.

     
  • 11 Aug0
    Tales along the River Part IV -The Treasures along the river

    Tales along the River Part IV -The Treasures along the river

    Post by Withaya

    The Chao Phraya river is the main life line of Thailand and, thus, it is where many of historical stories took place. Some stories have been forgotten and some were recorded or passed on to the present generation. The slow journey on the Mekhala boat reminds me of what happened along the river and how it shaped Thai history.