Category: Thai Culture

The 15 Hottest Thai Girls on Instagram

Ok, I think you already know that Thai woman are stunningly beautiful, well, get ready to take that to another level. Today we have scoured through Instagram and present to you what we believe are the hottest Thai girls on Instagram. Are we wrong? I’m sure after looking through the list your not going to have any objections. Top 15… Read more →

The Top Ten Thailand Videos for New Visitors

Looking for the top youtube videos on Thailand? Here is a hand-picked collection of some of the best. Including culture, history, heritage, travel guides, and food.   Thai Food   This playlist contains over 100 videos on Thai food from Mark Wiens. Travel with Mark as he makes his way across numerous major cities and villages in Thailand visiting the top… Read more →

Confessions of a Thai Bar Girl

It’s always given me great joy to have an open mind to the life experiences of others, and to not judge, both which have served me well. Recently I befriended a local Thai girl who worked in the bar scene of Bangkok for several years and it was one of the most eye-opening discussions I have had in recent times.… Read more →

Bangkok on a Budget: 5 Places to Visit

While most people have dreams of traveling the world, holidays can easily become expensive, making it difficult to turn those dreams into reality. Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is a vibrant city, with some of the best shopping precincts in the world.   Here are 5 budget-friendly options in Bangkok:   Visit the Markets The marketplaces in Bangkok have… Read more →

Thailand: Pattaya

It was seven-ish and I was sitting in a pleasant-enough room overlooking the front entrance to the pub above which I had just moved in. The pub was the Pig and Whistle on Soi 7 in Pattaya. Across the lane was a big hole, which they were hoping to construct a hotel in and next door to that, right opposite me, was a tiny bar with one lady sitting on a stool outside it. Not that there was a wall there, it was open on two sides. The Soi was nice and quiet, I thought. I also thought that I might go and sit in that little bar and talk to that woman, if my friend was late, because I would definitely see him arrive from two metres away, the width of the Soi. Read more →