Learn more about Thailand’s most loved animal at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, a sanctuary for rescued and abused elephants to live in peace and safety.
The Old City and Riverside areas of Chiang Mai are like two completely different cities sitting right next to each other. So where should you stay for your visit?
Chiang Mai is so much more than just a city, with beautiful national parks, waterfalls and temples dripping in gold.
Everything you need to know for your first visit to Chiang Mai – Thailand’s jungle paradise.
A complete guide to visiting Bangkok’s Grand Palace for the first time, and having a hassle free day!
Temples are a very significant part of Thai culture, with over 30,000 active temples across the country! Here are 4 can’t miss temples in Bangkok.
Far and away, the craziest market we visited in Bangkok was Chatuchak Weekend Market. With over 15,000 stalls, that sell just about everything you could ever think of.
Explore the most popular floating market in Bangkok – Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and get a glimpse into a completely different way of life in Thailand.
The Maeklong Railway Market is a traditional Thai market, that sells fresh food, fruits and vegetables. There’s just one thing though – it is located right on a train line!
Bangkok is truly a place where anything goes. Where you will find a completely different vibe depending on what street you walk down.
With sky high roof top bars overlooking epic panoramic views of the city, ancient intricate temples covered in beautiful carvings and markets galore, Bangkok really has everything.
For an unforgettable day out in Phuket, jump on a Phi Phi Island cruise to find some of the most beautiful clear water and secret islands to explore.
The Big Buddha is one of the most important Buddhist sites in Phuket and also offers amazing 360 degree views of the south of Phuket.