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One Month in Thailand Itinerary Posted by on May 9, 2017

One Month in Thailand Itinerary

For many visitors to Thailand, you’re granted 30 days in the country on arrival. In a country with so much to see and do, it’s easy to fill each and every one of those days. With one month in Thailand, you can have adventures in the north, explore ancient kingdoms, spend a whirlwind couple of…

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Learn Thai – Clothing Vocabulary Posted by on Apr 19, 2017

Learn Thai - Clothing Vocabulary

Thailand has lots of great markets, such as the Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok. In tourist areas like this, it’s common to meet vendors who speak a little English. However, it would be much better if you could say what you’re looking for in Thai. We’re here to help make your clothing shopping a bit…

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All About Songkran Posted by on Apr 10, 2017

It’s that time again, as Thais all around the country gear up for the most important holiday. Songkran (สงกรานต์ sǒng graan) is a 3-day festival taking place from April 13-15 that rings in the traditional Thai New Year. There are quite a few customs associated with the holiday, including the epic water fights that take place…

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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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