Koh Kood is in the southern province of Trat. Visitors can now experience a two-day, one-night Thailand homestay for as little as $50, which includes learning about the local food, bicycle touring and trying your hand at craftwork, as travel writer John Borthwick discovers.
The Sydney Night Noodle Markets will once again transform Hyde Park into a bustling Asian street food festival this October. From 11–18 October, Sydneysiders can take a flavour journey through Asia with sizzling hawker-style stalls and live entertainment.
Travel writer John Borthwick provides a guide to the after-dark hub of shopping and eating in the heart of Bangkok: Sumhumvit Road.
Five new Thailand National Parks have been established between 2016 and 2019, the new parks part of a 20-Year National Strategic Plan, which aims to increase the kingdom’s forest area to 55% of the entire country by 2037.
Photographer Andy Yee shares his tips for photographing the Chiang Mai Yi Peng sky lantern festival. The Yi Peng sky lantern festival will be held this year 11 to 12 November.
Award-winning Australian travel writer Louise Southerden tries “sea camping” on Thailand’s hidden island paradise, camping in Koh Laoliang.
This week sees the launch of our “See Yourself in Thailand” campaign, placing a spotlight on Thailand’s Luxury, Gastronomy, Adventure and Nightlife offerings, and offering Australians and New Zealanders the chance to win a dream trip to Thailand for two people. Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) will be the first in this region to use fast-growing social media platform Tik Tok […]
Beyond the crowded beaches and the bright lights, there’s another side to Thailand that few outsiders get to experience. Adventure Biking Asia’s Shane shares some of his motorcycle adventures to some of the most remote and beautiful parts of Thailand.