Restaurateur Chef Mod, originally from Central Thailand, travelled Thailand’s four regions to study the rich myriad flavours. He share his insights with Asian Inspirations.
Like all good islands, Ko Si Chang has a story. Travel Writer John Borthwick gives us a guided tour.
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.
Elephant Hills Elephant Safari Tours, Thailand provide a unique experience for visitors looking for looking to get up close and personal with Thai wildlife.
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.
The temperature is nice and cool and flowers are in full bloom. December and January are good months to visit the cooler northern regions of Thailand. Here are our Top 10 suggestions for winter in Thailand.
Looking for something new, but also old and authentic, in the Thai capital? Try Thonburi, Bangkok’s “left bank.” “Even the tuk-tuks here are cheaper,” says my Thai guide, Amy.
Thailand is one of the most family-friendly destinations in the world so picking a Top 7 for kids is a hard call. Travel writer Deborah Dickson-Smith shares her favourites. 1. Elephant Hills, Khao Sok About two hours’ drive from Phuket, at this safari-style luxury camping resort, you’ll learn how to feed and bathe elephants, as well as learn […]