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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..
Pattaya Hotels in Thailand - Where to Find the Best  by: Edwin M Clark
Pattaya City is one of the most visited destinations in Thailand. It's close proximity to the capital city of Bangkok makes Pattaya the closest get away beach resort. But Pattaya is not most well..
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..
Re: After marrying a thai women. What is the law on staying in thailand after u are married?  by: Johnny
You forgot one thing every important ! The legislation say's a combine or solo income of 40 000 B. This means your wife can make 10 000 and you 30 000, presto ! OR if your luck and your wifes family..
How To Fly To Thailand The Cheapest Way  by: Joe T Peters
So you are thinking of holidays in Thailand and you are low on budget. Here are some tips on how you can get the best value for your money to fly to Thailand. There are many international airports in..
Phuket: An Amazing Scuba Diving Location  by: Jose Rossello
Phuket is located in Thailand and is very highly rated. In fact, it is among the world's top ten scuba diving locations. Exotic culture, adventure both above and below the surface, unforgettable..
Re: italian teacher  by: Martin
Hi, You can visit Sometimes they need Italian teachers in Thailand, and post ads,there. Good luck, Martin
Transport in Chiang Mai, Thailand  by: Elizabeth Slater
Chiang Mai's roads get quite busy, and getting caught up in the congestion can be a frustrating and exhausting experience. I have seen tourist literature about the city accentuating its peaceful..
Thai Marriage - Visa Application Inside Thailand  by: George Londob
Ordinary expats in Thailand wishing to extend their stay in the kingdom may find it difficult fitting themselves in the various Thai visas offered by the Thai government. However, those who are..
Northern Thailand Travel Experiences  by: Graham Dearing
Chiang Mai is the second largest city in Thailand and is considered the capital of Northern Thailand. Gilded Chedis and ornate temples abound. The ambience is very pleasing and the pace of life is..
Thailand Employment  by: Lily B
ermination of Employment The Labour Protection Act B.E. 2541 (1998) ("the Act") applies to all businesses operating in Thailand. The employer/employee relationship is regulated under Thai law,..
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..
Visit to Thailand and Explore it’s Compelling Attractions  by: Vinay
Thailand is lovingly called as the Land of Smiles and is one of the breathtaking destinations to visit in Asia. This amazing country is highly acclaimed tourist destinations to visit and explore...
A Guide to the Beaches of Phuket, Thailand  by: Orson Johnson
Patong Beach - Over 2km of golden sand awaits you at one of the most famous beaches in all of Phuket. For those who like the feeling of bustling activity, this would probably be the beach for you...
teaching English in Thailand  by: Kay
Hi I am looking for work in Thailand, can anyone let me know of some schools which i can contact please
Patong Beach Tourism  by: Bryan Schatz
Patong beach is one of the most widely visited areas on the island of Phuket in Thailand. Travelers can take advantage of a wide variety of activities such as relaxing on the beach with a freshly-cut..
The Many Things Tourists Can Enjoy in Phuket  by: Michel Gerard
Want to break free from the stresses of the busy life in this modern world? Want to reconnect with nature and forget all the worries of everyday life? Perhaps, also just want to break off the boredom..
Teaching in Thailand  by: Neil
I'm not sure about the necessity for a degree. I wouldn't worry too much about it. The Trinity is similar to a Celta right? Why don't you search for ECC on the web and give them a ring. They have..
Thailand - Now is the Time to Visit  by: Philipp Dietlin
The political situation in Thailand remains volatile but Bangkok airport is back in business and flights operate normally. However, the damage to the local tourist industry has been done. Hotels and..
Four Helpful Thailand Travel Tips  by: Mark T James
Thailand still evokes an exotic image in the minds of most travellers. After you have organised your travel insurance, you can set about the exciting task of planning your journey. And there is..
Northern Thailand Visa Run - Chiang Mai to Mae Sai in One Day  by: Douglas Anderson
If you are in Chiang Mai and need to do a visa run, the closest border to reach by land is Mae Sai. The quickest, most comfortable choice is to go to Mae Sai via the VIP Green Bus which departs from..
Re: How To Get A Non Immigrant Category O Visa For Thailand  by: Mick Kenny
Hi Very interesting artical on the "O" Visa. Mine, which I optained in Brisbane Australia last Januray, will of course expire early in the new year. I don't feel like 9/10 hours on a plane from..
Real Thailand Experience  by: RealGapExperience
Top 5 Beach Experiences in Thailand  by: Josh J Harrison
Australia is reputed to have one of the strongest beach cultures in the world, but many Australians still choose to travel to Thailand to experience their beaches. Although there have been some..
Can you use $US dollars in thailand?  by:
What Makes Thailand The Most Visited Tourist Destination Of Southeast Asia?  by: Javier Fuller
Apart from its overwhelming attractions in the form of breathtaking beauty of the nature, awe-inspiring stupas and temples, generous hospitality and ancient kingdoms, there is one more thing that..
Sihanoukville Cambodia's Hidden Culinary Treasures from Thailand and Vietnam, Asia, Asian  by: Fred Tittle
Cambodia is located between two of the best cuisines in the world, Vietnam and Thailand. Both of these Asian cuisines use a lot of different fresh spices and herbs and feature fresh vegetables..
Things to Do in and Around Koh Samui  by: Matthew Tedstone
Koh Samui is only behind Phuket in terms of popularity and visitor numbers for Thai resorts. And there is good reason for that, despite years of chronic over-development the island retains much of..
Top Things to Do in Krabi  by: Wolfgang Jaegel
Krabi, one among the tourist destination while touring Thailand, has enclosed itself as negligent resort destination as the site gives prominence to ease and relaxation rather than with the..
Thailand Vacation - Things to Do in Bangkok  by: Ramin Assemi
Bangkok is one of the most vibrant cities in the world. It's loud, it's noisy, it's modern and fast-moving, and at the same time it's quiet, slow and old-fashioned. It's a fusion city, a city where..
Transport in Chiang Mai, Thailand  by: Elizabeth Slater
Chiang Mai's roads get quite busy, and getting caught up in the congestion can be a frustrating and exhausting experience. I have seen tourist literature about the city accentuating its peaceful..
How to Teach English to Thai Students  by: Erica Varlese
Teaching English abroad is an enriching and increasingly common job opportunity. In Thailand, there are many programs through private language schools and public schools that enable native English..
Chiang Mai Thailand - Songkhran Experience  by: Darwin Dennis
If you are ever in Thailand in April you definitely must travel to Chiang Mai to celebrate Songkhran, The Thai Lunar New Year. The Songkhran is celebrate all over Thailand the Festival in Chiang Mai..
Surviving Your First Day in Thailand  by: Jason Taloner
If you are a young go-getter student looking to start your first Asian Backpacking Adventure in Thailand, then you will probably be starting your travels at the Bangkok International Airport. Upon..
Bangkok on the Cheap  by: Fred Tittle
Bangkok has always been a favorite destination for budget travelers, even today when the baht is doing so well against most currencies, especially the dollar. With Bangkok as a major Asia air travel..
Travel Information For Phuket  by: Matt Crook
Phuket is a great place for a holiday, but as with any destination, it pays to have an idea about the place before you visit. With a little bit of research, you'll be able to save money and have the..
A Trip to Phang Nga Bay  by: Thom Sanders
If you're heading out on one of the many Phuket holidays available these days then one of the 'must visit' places on your list of things to do should be "Phang Nga Bay". The bay is made of a stunning..
Do I need a Thailand visa when I am traveling with US Green card? I am taking a break of 7-8 hrs at  by:
Do I need a Thailand visa when I am traveling with US Green card. I am taking a break of 7-8 hrs at BKK. I am travelling with my kids who are US citizens but my spouse and I are not US citizens yet...
I want to know about multi-entry Visa to thailand?  by:
I've to travel bangkok(thailand) and vientiane (laos) couple of times in my journeny this year. Can I get multi-entry visa to thailand?
Shows in Pattaya - One of the Main Attractions For Tourists  by: Soophott Lert
Are you planning to visit Pattaya in the near future? Do you have all the details that you need of the city? What are its main attractions and how can you get the most from your holiday at Pattaya?..