rt in Paradise is one of the latest Thai tourist attractions. Situated in the beachside town of Pattaya (a town known for its nightlife), about 1.5 hours from Bangkok, many fashionable Thais make the trip to Pattaya to catch a glimpse of this hyped museum. So one day, we decided to go check it out […]
In this photo essay, Mark shares his best pictures from the 2012 Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand.
Mark takes us along on his journey to experience the 2012 Thai Vegetarian Festival in Bangkok, Thailand.
Mark highlights five of the best countries for vegetarians, including India, Thailand, and Lebanon.
Mark introduces to the popular Sam Chuk market, located a few hours drive from Bangkok.
aving lived in Thailand on and off for a number of years, I’ve been able to attend many festivals. Here are the four main festivals that stick in my mind as the most highly anticipated events of the year! 1. Chinese New Year There are estimates that more than half the population of residents in […]
1. Borobudur / Prambanan, Indonesia Off the main tourist backpacking route of Southeast Asia are a set of temples on the island of Java, Indonesia, near Yogyakarta that are worth a visit. Though Borobudur and Prambanan are two separate temples and even dedicated to different religions, I’ll group them together because of their close proximity. […]
ollowing the flood in Thailand is difficult, confusing…even when I live in Bangkok. This massive body of excess water as well as the rise in overall water levels is swallowing parts of the city. The city of Bangkok and its residents are on edge. Yet even though millions of people are affected directly or indirectly, […]
Tips for tackling the fear of travel in its most common forms.
Thailand has long been a good choice for digital nomads. Plus, there are tigers!