Sydney-based travel blogger Deborah Dickson-Smith didn’t have to travel far to taste some truly authentic Thai food in Sydney. Sujet Saenkham’s Spice I Am restaurants can now be found in 5 Sydney locations. Sujet Saenkham’s first restaurant, Spice I Am on Darlinghurst Rd opened in 2004 and this remains ‘home-base’ for Sujet, although he now […]
More than 600 bloggers are expected to attend the Travel Blog Exchange Asia (TBEX Asia) this week. TBEX was first held in 2008 and has been organised annually in Europe and the United States. As attendance has grown significantly, the organisers decided to venture into Asia in recognition of the immense market potential and high […]
Brand-new sophisticated global gay travel experience, TropOut, is excited to announce German electronic DJ and producer Robin Schulz as its headline act for its inaugural experience April 3 – 9, 2016, in Phuket, Thailand. Having topped the charts across Europe and boasting numerous top 10 hits in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand including […]
Travel blogger Deborah Dickson-Smith recently sampled the fine dining at Red Sky Centara Grand at Centralworld. There are many Bangkok rooftop restaurants, but none, perhaps, quite as grand as Red Sky. While it’s not riverside or overlooking one of Bangkok’s grand temples, it is 55 floors up and has 360 degree views of the city […]
The Thailand Foundation has launched an app to help visitors get access to some of the best Bangkok street food. Developed with the support of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, the “Street Food Bangkok” app was launched earlier this month.
Support elephant camps and sanctuaries that put the welfare of their animals first, advises Julie Miller. Elephants and Thailand are closely intertwined – pachyderms have helped shape the Kingdom of Thailand, are part of its history and culture, and are an important element of its tourism industry.
Julie Miller discovers the ultimate in luxury and exclusivity at a private guesthouse in Chiang Mai. Browsing through accommodation listings for Chiang Mai, you might come across a homestay called Howie’s Place. Sounds like a friendly, humble abode, right?
Guest blogger John Borthwick recently inspected several major Bangkok hospitals specialising in “medical tourism” and spoke to post-op clients. “You might call us the Sisterhood of the Travelling Boobs,” jokes Jacky*, 40, from Perth. She is one ten women I meet recuperating in an upmarket Bangkok hotel who have undergone elective medical or dental procedures […]