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2 Week Party in Thailand – Bangkok Posted by on Nov 22, 2016

Party down in Bangkok!

Some people come to Thailand for the culture, some for adventure, and others just to party down. Start a wild two weeks off in the capital city – Bangkok. With a couple of nights here, you can sip cocktails at fancy rooftop bars, rock out to live music, get crazy on Khao San Road, and…

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Loi Krathong and Yi Peng – Two Thai Festivals Posted by on Nov 14, 2016

Image by Klim Levene from flickr.com.

While the news out of Thailand hasn’t exactly been great this year – problems with the government and the recent passing of the beloved King Bhumibol – there is a bright spot in the country today. As a matter of fact, there are thousands of them. That’s because it’s Loi Krathong (ลอยกระทง loi grà-tong), or…

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2 Weeks in Thailand – Partying Posted by on Nov 9, 2016

Good times on Ko Phi Phi.

With two weeks to spend in Thailand, you’ve got plenty of options for what kind of holiday you have there. We’re giving you some ideas, such as a cultural trip or one focused on adventure. Visiting temple ruins and trekking through the jungle are both great, but some people just want to have a good…

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Remembering King Bhumibol Posted by on Nov 3, 2016

One of the many portraits of the king in Thailand.

The beloved King of Thailand, Bhumibol Adulyadej (ภูมิพลอดุลยเดช), recently passed away at age 88. Also known as Rama IX for being the ninth monarch of the Chakri Dynasty, he was highly revered by the Thai people. He was the world’s longest-serving head of state and longest-reigning Thai monarch, having served just over 70 years. The official…

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South Thailand Adventure Posted by on Oct 25, 2016

Beautiful Southern Thailand

After a week of jungle trekking, making friends with elephants, zip-lining, and motorbiking in the north, our Thai adventure heads to the south. In Part Two, we visit the rock-climbing mecca of Tonsai and a former prison at Ko Tarutao National Park. Climbing, hiking, cycling, kayaking, and so much more:

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