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On the Road in Thailand  by: ralf33147
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Divorce in Thailand  by: Belle Baldoza
In this day and age of fast lifestyles and new priorities, the rise in divorce cases has increased significantly. The divorce rate in Thailand has grown in the past decade, which is probably related..
Chiang Mai  by: Education Gateway
Education Gateway is located next to Chiang Mai University in Thailand’s north; our modern school specialises in corporate English training for the service-provider industry, preparation programs..
Bangkok - One For the Kids  by: Matthew Tedstone
Bangkok always seemed to me a bit of a paradox when it comes to kids. Sure Thai people are, on the whole, very friendly and love kids. Walking around anywhere in Bangkok, on the street or in a..
Shopping in Bangkok  by: Alex A. Smith
From the glittering high end department stores such as Emporium or Siam Paragon where the beautiful people get a fix of genuine Gucci and Armani to the bustling crowds of Pratunam where traders from..
Top 3 Food Experiences in Thailand  by: Josh J Harrison
If I had a dollar for every time someone said to me 'make sure you have enough travel insurance when you go to Asia', I'd be quite rich today. In the main however this is good advice, but as far as..
Thailand Vacation  by: Pauline Go
If you are planning your vacation, you want to consider Thailand. Thailand has become one of the most loved travel destinations in the world. It has many types of landscape on offer. The mountainous..
Living in Thailand - Bicycling in Bangkok  by: Douglas Anderson
Although many people may feel that bicycling in Bangkok is not a tenable proposition, it can be done with relative safety and offers much convenience for many excursions that would be time-consuming..
Travel Guide For Thailand - 5 Activities Not to Be Missed in Thailand  by: Bernie Chan
Thailand offers a vast variety of both indoor and outdoor activities, from going up to the top of the forested hills to down under the ocean. As a result, it is hard to narrow the choices of..
A Bangkok Bus Journey  by: Matthew Tedstone
Years ago I spent a year living in Bangkok as an English teacher (I will be writing a separate blog on this at some point in the near future, check back on my blog for updates). My journey to work..
History of Thailand, A Strong Nation  by: Nancy E Eben
Thailand History dates back to Paleolithic era. All along its past, it has emerged to become one of the leading cultural and economic centers in Southeast Asia. The story of fascinating country,..
Is Phuket a Kids Friendly Destination?  by: Michel Gerard
Many people know Thailand through Phuket, the largest island of the Kingdom. At 850 kilometers from the capital Bangkok, the province is well prepared to welcome mass of tourists on a holiday. But,..
Employment Law  by: Lily B
The availability of a relatively low cost and mobile labour force is one of Thailand's greatest assets and was the major reason for Thailand's popularity for manufacturing businesses. The legal..
10 Reasons To Visit Koh Samui  by: Orson Johnson
Your destination for water sports, adventure activities, shopping and fine foods – Koh Samui or Samui is one of the top travel destinations of Thailand. It’s an island in the Gulf of Thailand,..
Enjoy Backpacking in Thailand and Relax in Pai  by: Travel Expert
Pai has become very popular recently. The small northern Thai town has a population of about 4,000, but is usually bustling with almost as many tourists, both Thai and western, who are attracted by..
Best Thailand Travel Guide  by: Bernie Chan
This Best Thailand Travel Guide combines useful information about Thailand in many aspects in order for travelers who wish to experience this country to have a brief view of the nation. The Guide..
The Taste Of Thai Food  by: Pauline Go
Thai food offers a variety of flavors and taste. Almost all Thai food is made with the subtle mixture of herbs and spices. Thus, Thai food is widely known for being hot and spicy. A basic Thai meal..
Customs and traditions in Thailand  by: Travel Expert
The Kingdom of Thailand attracts more visitors than any other country in Southeast Asia with its irresistible combination of breathtaking natural beauty, inspiring temples and ancient ruins or..
Old Bangkok Airport to Reopen for Regional Flights - Bangkok New Airport Needs Repairs  by: Fred Tittle
On March 25th Don Muang airport will reopen to regularly schedule domestic traffic. Currently the old Bangkok Thailand airport is being used for charter flights only. Don Muang airport new code will..
Urgent help with Thailand Visa?  by: answers.yahoo.com
I am going to Thailand for 37days on Wednesday 20th of June (in 3 days!) and I just found out that I need more than the visa you can obtain at the airport as that only covers 30days. Having rung the..
Bangkok Canal Trip  by: Matthew Tedstone
I had visited Bangkok many times before and never used one of the canal boats. I often read about them as being a great alternative way to get around Bangkok and it does give you good access to some..
Getting to Phuket, Thailand  by: Orson Johnson
Phuket is one of the more popular travel destinations within Southeast Asia due to its gorgeous beaches, scrumptious food, great shopping, exciting nightlife and the countless recreational..
How Do I Teach ESL to Thai Preschoolers?  by: Leyla Norman
Preschoolers around the world love to play. Bring your enjoyment of teaching and working with preschoolers to Thailand and share your knowledge of the English language at the same time. Some..
Is it Safe to Travel to Thailand?  by: Paula Westberg
Over the last six months, Thailand has reached the headlines across the globe. In November 2008, the "Yellow Shirts" held the International Airport at Bangkok under siege, and over the last few..
How To Discover Thailand By Cycling  by: Joe T Peters
One of the best way of exploring Thailand and its wonders is by cycling. If you are cycling fan, bicycling is one of the best way to enjoy Thailand's scenery and smell. The conditions for cycling in..
Living in Thailand - Bicycling in Bangkok  by: Douglas Anderson
Although many people may feel that bicycling in Bangkok is not a tenable proposition, it can be done with relative safety and offers much convenience for many excursions that would be time-consuming..
The Taste Of Thai Food  by: Pauline Go
Thai food offers a variety of flavors and taste. Almost all Thai food is made with the subtle mixture of herbs and spices. Thus, Thai food is widely known for being hot and spicy. A basic Thai meal..
What You Need to Know About Thai Dowry  by: Belle Baldoza
So you have finally found your true love in the Land of Smiles-but you've got one major question before taking the big plunge. "How much dowry do I need to pay for my bride?" is a question that..
Bangkok, the Bridge Over the River Kwai and Tiger Temple Travel Advice  by: Matthew Coe
Bangkok is a buzzing city criss-crossed with canals & rivers. The sky line is one of high rises, shopping malls & international hotel chains but at the canal banks and side streets of the city the..
Media Kids  by: Raymond Rose
I worked for Media Kids for a full semester, a semester that almost killed me. http://www.mediakids-edu.com/ I am 27 years old, in excellent health, and graduated with a Masters degree 2 years ago..
What to Enjoy While on Bangkok Travel  by: Nancy E Eben
Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is a metropolitan city. It is one of the most thriving commercial centers. In the entire nation, Bangkok occupies the topmost position in its ability to blend..
Find out More about Medical Tourism in Thailand  by: Travel Expert
Medical Tourism is now a major world business, with millions of people travelling away to avail of better facilities, better price and better waiting times. Many countries, style themselves as..
How to Learn Thai Yoga  by: Mayank J
Thai yoga, as the name implies, is a yoga style that originated in Thailand. Unlike other yoga styles, Thai yoga is also considered a type of massage therapy. The therapist helps the patient or..
How much does it cost to live in Thailand  by: answers.yahoo.com
Hi, how much does it cost to live in Thailand ? How long would 10000 pounds last ? I realise theres a lot involved, just wondered if anyone has done it, anyone from the UK live there and knows what..
How to Teach Thai As a Foreign Language  by: Krista Martin
Learning the Thai language can be rewarding. The written and spoken language of Thailand is filled with many unique uses of tones and characters. As with teaching any foreign language, it can be a..
Etiquette and Manners in Thailand  by: Veronica Smith
Thailand has some of the same manners and habits in regards to etiquette as most Asian countries do. Thais place a lot of value and emphasis on outwardly expressed displays of courtesy, and as a..
On the Road in Thailand  by: ralf33147
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A Guide to the Bars and Nightlife of Phuket, Thailand  by: Orson Johnson
If you're looking for a touch of funkiness to the usual nightlife scene, Phuket is the right place for you. Like Thailand, some of the entertainment you find here, you won't find anywhere else in the..
You CAN, but there's a catch  by: Rheno747
In Response To: Teaching English in Thailand (Sharon) You can find a job teaching here, but there's a catch. You'll need to get a fake degree made up in Bangkok. I wouldn't go this way, though. It's..
How much per day to live cheaply in thailand?  by: answers.yahoo.com
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