The Gulf of Thailand features three very popular – and different – holiday destinations: Koh Samui, Pattaya and Sihanoukville in Cambodia. On a recent cruise from Singapore, travel writer Sally Hammond visited all three.
For travellers who care about aesthetics and design, there are some fabulous stylish Bangkok hotels to stay in which won’t necessarily break the budget.
Three-wheeled Tuk-Tuks are Bangkok’s most well known form of public transportation and still one of the best ways to explore the city, especially at night. Travel writer Deborah Dickson-Smith shares her experience on a midnight Bangkok tuk tuk tour.
Pattaya Beach is changing. Some things, of course, remain the same, including the famous nightlife that sees Walking Street thronged by people after dark every night.
Thailand’s ancient capital Sukhothai is located 427km north of Bangkok, and literally means “Dawn of Happiness.. Here are 10 reasons to visit and 10 things to do in Sukhothai.
Julie Miller discovers a city of monkeys at Lopburi’s famous macaque monkey temple, the crumbling ruins of a Khmer temple, Prang Sam Yot, which is literally crawling with macaques.
Guest blogger John Borthwick hits the nostalgia trail amid history-themed Bangkok hotels, from Shanghai Mansion to the Atlanta Hotel and the Mandarin Oriental.
Little Grey Box travel blogger Phoebe Lee discovers a quieter side to Thailand and shares six reasons to visit Koh Yao Noi.