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Partying on Ko Pha-Ngan Posted by on Jan 28, 2016

Full Moon Party

The Thai islands are famous for their party atmosphere – perhaps none more so than Ko Pha-Ngan. Home to the legendary Full Moon bash every month, this island has been a mainstay on the well-beaten Banana Pancake Trail for many years. Let’s take a look at partying on Ko Pha-Ngan, beginning with the one that…

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Ko Pha-Ngan Jungle Experience Posted by on Jan 21, 2016

It may be famous for the Full Moon Party, but there’s a lot more going on at night on the island of Ko Pha-Ngan. Twice a month, you can head deep into the jungle for a wild night of body paint, dance music, and Muay Thai fights at the Jungle Experience.

A Culinary Tour of Thailand Posted by on Jan 19, 2016

Thai food

Do you love Thai food? Lots of people do, as it’s one of the most popular cuisines around the world. Join us on a culinary tour of Thailand, featuring local markets, awesome food courts, street vendors, and so much more.

20 Common Thai Dishes Posted by on Jan 14, 2016

Tom yum goong

What comes to mind when you think of Thailand? Sandy beaches? Wild parties? Glistening temples? For many people around the world, the first thing they think of when it comes to Thailand is the country’s famous cuisine. Thai food (อาหารไทย – aa-hăan tai) often tops lists of best in the world, and for good reason…

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Koh Tao Pub Crawl Posted by on Jan 11, 2016

Ko Tao Pub Crawl

The biggest party on Koh Tao goes on three nights a week at the island’s epic pub crawl. Party at the pool, check out a ladyboy cabaret show, and finish it on the beach with a fire show.

Ko Tao (Turtle Island) Posted by on Jan 6, 2016

One Month in Thailand - The South

We’ve already introduced quite a few of the Thai islands. Now we’re going to take a closer look at some of the most popular ones, starting with Ko Tao. An Intro to Ko Tao The name Ko Tao means “Turtle Island” in Thai. Although it is a breeding ground for hawksbill and green turtles, that’s…

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