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Getting Around Bangkok Posted by on Oct 29, 2015

Bangkok is a huge, sprawling city… so just how does one get around when traveling there? Explore the Thai capital’s transport options in this short video. From the Skytrain, to motorbike taxis, to a wild ride in a tuk-tuk, there are plenty of ways to get from A to B in Bangkok.

Scary Thai for Halloween Posted by on Oct 29, 2015

While Thailand is a country with many traditional festivals and holidays, Halloween is definitely not one of them. That being said, Thai people are all for an excuse to have a good time or a party – if something isn’t fun (สนุก – sà-nùk), it’s not worth doing after all! Plus, with so many foreigners…

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3 Days in Bangkok Video (1 of 3) Posted by on Oct 20, 2015

There’s enough to do in Bangkok to keep you busy for weeks on end, but most travelers will only get a few days here. Make the most out of your time by following this itinerary for an epic three days in the Thai capital. Day one starts out with some temple hopping, followed by a…

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3 Days in Bangkok (Part One) Posted by on Oct 13, 2015

We’ve already explored some of the many things there are to love about Bangkok – the glittering temples, bustling markets, vibrant culture, delicious cuisine, and wild nightlife – so hopefully by now you’ve realized that there’s more than enough going on in the Thai capital to warrant a stop here rather than a simple connection…

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Thai Vegetable Vocaulary Posted by on Oct 8, 2015

We recently posted some Thai fruit vocabulary, so we might as well cover vegetables (ผัก – pàk) next. Here are 25 vegetables in English and Thai. Study them and try to do your grocery shopping in Thai next time! tomato (มะเขือเทศ – má-kĕua tâyt) lettuce (ผัก กาดหอม – pàk gàat hŏm) onion (หอม หัวใหญ่ –…

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Bangkok Culture (Part Two) Posted by on Oct 5, 2015

In Part Two of our journey through Bangkok’s culture, check out the BACC – a hub of art, music, film, design, and more. Then, head to Sanam Luang around sunset to chill on the lawn and fly a kite. Finally, take in the epic Siam Niramit performance.