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Pad Thai Posted by on Mar 22, 2017

Pad Thai

Thailand is famous for its glittery temples, stunning beaches, and of course its mouth-watering cuisine. Thai food is popular the world over, and for good reason. Just Google “best cuisines in the world” and you’ll see Thai on most lists alongside other heavy hitters like Chinese and Italian. Perhaps the most quintessential dish is Pad…

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Seasons and Weather in Thai Posted by on Mar 8, 2017

Seasons and Weather in Thai

No matter where you are, people love talking (and complaining) about the weather. This is true in Thailand, where people often complain about it being too hot or too rainy. Why not join them and complain in Thai as well? Let’s learn about the seasons and weather in Thai in this post. Seasons Some like…

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2 Week Party in Thailand – Andaman Coast Posted by on Feb 22, 2017

A 2 Week Party in Thailand - Andaman Coast

It’s been a wild 2-week party in Thailand, from the madness of Khao San Road in Bangkok to the lunacy of the Full Moon Party on Ko Pha-Ngan. Hopefully you’re not too hungover, because there’s just a bit more fun to be had as we hit the Andaman Coast. In Part Three, party it up…

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The Ancient Capital of Ayutthaya Posted by on Feb 16, 2017

While most come to Thailand to enjoy a tropical vacation on the countless islands or experience the big city of Bangkok, the country is also home to a wealth of historical and cultural sights. Those interested in traveling back in time to ancient Thai kingdoms can do so by visiting some of the many ruins. We’ve…

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Valentine’s Day in Thailand Posted by on Feb 8, 2017

Valentine's Day in Thailand

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and love is in the air. While this isn’t a traditional holiday in Thailand, many people enjoy celebrating it. Couples all over the country will exchange gifts and go out on dates. In Bangkok, it’s a popular day for weddings in the district of Bang Rak (บางรัก), since the name means “Love…

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