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International Dance Festival 2012 in Bangkok & Chiang Mai

International Dance Festival 2012 in Bangkok & Chiang Mai

If you love dance performances and are in Bangkok (Nov 23-Dec 9) or Chiang Mai (Nov 30-Dec 2) during this time of the year, check out the International Dance Festival 2012. Ticket prices are from 600 – 1800 Baht, and there are 7 different performances. Tickets are available at […]

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How To Get To Koh Kood?

How To Get To Koh Kood?

Koh Kood is one of our favorite places to be pampered and enjoy a quiet island getaway. It’s a big island, but carefully developed in terms of tourism, and you won’t find plenty of bars or clubs on the island like in many other islands. We often […]

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Thai Food Friday: All those strange foods you see on the markets…

Thai Food Friday: All those strange foods you see on the markets…

When you visit Thailand and walk around a market you’ll no doubt see plenty of things which can be considered strange. How about those dried aliens, aehm, I mean, the dried squid in the picture? Some foods are really fantastic when you try them, and some remain […]

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Follow us on the road :-)

Follow us on the road :-)

I’m off for a trip to southern Thailand to organize a small adventure trip for a German group, and it’ll be a bit quiet from the blogging end for a week or so. But that doesn’t mean you won’t find any news from us – you can […]

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Floating vendor selling traditional Thai ice cream from his boat

Floating vendor selling traditional Thai ice cream from his boat

There’s a very small “floating market” (I’m almost hesitant to call it that way, because how many floating vendors you’ll actually get to see will depend on the day) in Bangkok. Floating markets have for a long time been a part of everyday life in Bangkok, particularly […]

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Thai Food Friday: The most common Thai dish many tourists never get to know – Pad Krapao

Thai Food Friday: The most common Thai dish many tourists never get to know – Pad Krapao

When you ask most people about Thai food, they’ll think of green (or red, or yellow) curries, Pad Thai (stir fried noodles Thai-style), Tom Yum Kung (hot & sour prawn soup), sticky rice with mango or maybe Tom Kha Gai or Somtum (the papaya salad). But almost […]

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How Clean Are Hotels and Bed&Breakfasts in Thailand Compared To Other Countries?

How Clean Are Hotels and Bed&Breakfasts in Thailand Compared To Other Countries?

How clean are hotels and Bed & Breakfasts in Thailand? According to a recent TripAdvisor report, accommodation in Thailand is very clean, in fact, the cleanest in the whole region and above the global average. On a scale of 1-5, Thailand got a rating of 4.1 (global average was […]

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Royal Barges Procession: 9. November 2012

If you’re in Bangkok right now, you have a great chance to see one of Thailand’s most spectacular events: the Royal Barges Procession. And don’t worry, it’s not something that Thai people have come up with to entertain tourists – in fact, it’s a very old tradition […]

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Handmade Lollipops in Hua Hin, Thailand

Handmade Lollipops in Hua Hin, Thailand

One of our favorite places in Hua Hin is the Plern Warn market. It’s an eco vintage village-themed market where you find all kinds of cute souvenirs, and most of all: desserts and food from long-gone days. Among them also these handmade lollipops. Long before multinational food-corporations […]

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The Chefs Run Wild Guys Cooking A Tom Yum Soup in Bangkok

The Chefs Run Wild Guys Cooking A Tom Yum Soup in Bangkok

Here’s a fun video from the guys of the tv-show Chefs Run Wild. Clayton Klyne went to a food stall vendor and hijacked his little cooking place to show you how to make a Tom Yum soup. The guys are definitely having a fun time, and it’s one […]

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