Beaches, nightlife, golf and family fun: John Borthwick’s Guide to Pattaya. Thailand’s fastest-growing resort town has many faces: sunny, templed, bawdy, raucous, delicious… but never shy.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand has teamed up with PTJ Muay Thai Gym to provide Muay Thai classes live-streamed to your home on Facebook.
Stuck at home and missing your favourite Thai takeaway? Chat Thai to the rescue! The Tourism Authority of Thailand Sydney Office has partnered with Chat Thai to run Thai cooking classes, live streamed on Facebook every Friday afternoon, at 4pm Sydney time.
Bangkok is a sprawling tom yam gung of a city. Zone-in according to your main mission, be it shopping, nightlife, history or exploring. Guest blogger John Borthwick explores the best zones to eat-sleep-play in Bangkok.
Elephant Hills Elephant Safari Tours, Thailand provide a unique experience for visitors looking for looking to get up close and personal with Thai wildlife.
Samut Songkran locals are famous for their skill in transforming a coconut shell into a carved sound box, or resonator, for a traditional Thai fiddle, a harmony of exquisite craftsmanship and musical acoustics.
Bangkok’s grand Hualamphong terminus is at the heart of a rail network stretching from Nong Khai to Hat Yai, and beyond. Guest blogger and award-winning travel writer John Borthwick’s guide to Thailand’s trains.
Thai food is known for its aromatic, spicy flavours, astounding variety and aesthetic appeal. From North to South, here are some much-loved – must-eat dishes.