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Thailand Travel: Most Popular Articles

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Top 10 Thailand Beach Destinations
Top 10 Thailand Beach Destinations
The Best Beers in Thailand
Beer is a popular drink in Thailand and a visit wouldn't be complete without sampling some of the local brews.
Will You Need a Visa to Visit Thailand?
Most travelers to Thailand DO NOT need visas. Whether you need one depends on which country you are from and how long you plan on staying in Thailand.
5 Ultra-Romantic Getaways in Thailand
Thailand is a dream destination if you're planning a honeymoon or just want a romantic getaway in an exotic location. Most people who honeymoon in Thailand still choose to head to the beaches, and there certainly are some amazing ones here. But if you're looking for something a little more adventurous or different, there are plenty of other places in Thailand what are wonderfully romantic and also off the beaten path.
What You Need to Know about Thailand's Rainy...
The Truth About Thailand’s Rainy Season
A Thailand Weather Guide to Help You Decide...
A guide to Thailand's seasons. Thailand Travel.
Top 10 Reasons to Visit Thailand
Ever considered a visit to Thailand? If you can get past the 14+ hours on a plane, Thailand is an amazing vacation destination. Here's why.
What You Need to Know about Tsunamis in Thailand
The 2004 Tsunami, referred to as the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, the 2004 Indonesian Tsunami or the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami, was one of the worst natural disasters in recorded history. It killed hundreds of thousands and caused billions of dollars in property damage. Find out more about these rare but awful events in Thailand.
On Location: 10 Movies Filmed in Thailand
Thailand's not Hollywood, but plenty of popular films have been made here. Can you name the top 10?
Guide to Flights in Thailand
What you need to know about booking flights in Thailand.
Traveling in Thailand During High Season
In most of Thailand, high season starts in November and lasts through January. Thinking of visiting Thailand during high season? Here's what you need to know.
The 5 Best Luxury Honeymoon Resorts in Thailand
5 Top Luxury Honeymoon Resorts in Thailand
Why Thailand's Valentine's Day Is Better Than...
Thailand's Loy Krathong festival usually occurs at the end of October or beginning of November. Watch candles, flowers, and small floats sail down the rivers and into the ocean.
Best Thai Street Food Dishes
Five delicious Thai dishes to eat out on the street.
How Do You Pronounce "Phuket"?
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Bangkok in 2 Days
Spend your first day in Bangkok traveling up and down the Chao Phraya River, which runs along the west
Chiang Mai in 2 Days
Chiang Mai is a popular launching off point for trips into other parts of northern Thailand but offers plenty for visitors who choose this city as a destination in its own right. Founded in 1296, Chiang Mai is one of the oldest living cities in Thailand and was the capital of the Lanna Kingdom.
What you need to know to avoid injuries from...
What you need to know to avoid injuries from wild monkeys in Thailand.
Can You Extend Your Thailand Visa?
Information about extending your visa while you're in Thailand.
How Much Do I Tip in Thailand?
How Much Do I Tip in Thailand? Thailand Travel.
Weekend Beach Getaways from Bangkok
Weekend Beach Getaways from Bangkok
Bangkok's Cheap Airport Lounges
Enjoy business class lounges in Bangkok's airport without a business class ticket.
Patong Beach
Patong beach on Phuket is the island's most popular beach and probably the most popular beach in all of Thailand. For many vacationers, it's the best of both worlds - a gorgeous, big, wide beach with white sand and warm water and plenty of shops, restaurants, bars and clubs in the surrounding area.
Beaches in Pattaya
Pattaya’s beaches are abundant but aren’t as clean or quiet as the beaches in other parts of the country. They do offer great value and are very convenient if you’re coming from Bangkok. If you’re heading to Pattaya but want a quiet beach to relax on, the best bet is one of the resorts between Pattaya Beach and Jomtien Beach. Many of these have their own private beaches.
Plan for Your Thailand Vacation
Things to do before you arrive in Thailand
Top 5 Indian Restaurants in Bangkok
Many Indians immigrated to Thailand in the 20th century and today Thailand has a significant Indian population. Though Indians and Thai-Indians live all over the country, there’s even a Little India in Bangkok (called Pahurat) that was settled over 100 years ago. There are also plenty of great Indian restaurants in Bangkok catering to the city’s Indian and Thai-Indian population.
Koh Phi Phi
Koh Phi Phi, a small island a couple of hours by boat from Phuket, is an island lover's dream. Clear water, majestic cliffs and soft sand make Koh Phi Phi a picture-perfect paradise. The only downside? Thousands of others already know about it and it's in danger of being overrun by boats, guest houses and tourists. Still, if you're not bothered by crowds or overdevelopment, you might find it the most beautiful place on earth.
The Savvy Traveler's Guide to Asiatique,...
t's a casual street market, it's a middle class mall, it's an upscale riverside dining experience complete with entertainment. That about sums out what Asiatique, Bangkok's newest shopping area just south of Chinatown, is all about.
Renting Jet Skis in Thailand
Though this isn't always a scam, renting jet skis (or any other expensive sports equipment) in Thailand, especially in Phuket, puts you at both financial and physical risk.
All-Inclusive Honeymoons in Thailand
For a tropical honeymoon destination, many people are surprised to find out that Thailand doesn’t have many all-inclusive resorts and mistakenly think that it’s not a great honeymoon destination because of that.
Koh Samui Beaches
The island of Koh Samui is ringed with beaches. Which ones should you visit? Use this guide to pick the best Koh Samui beach for you.
Thai Drinks
Guide to Thai beverages
Options for Traveling inside Thailand
Options for traveling inside Thailand
Do You Need Any Vaccinations for Thailand?
Do I need any vaccinations for Thailand?
The Koh Samui Archipelago
The Koh Samui Archipelago
Hua Hin
Hua Hin Beach, just a few hours by car, train or bus from Bangkok, is one of the most popular beaches in Thailand. The beach itself is a long, flat stretch of sand that slopes gently into the ocean, and it's surrounded by a small town with plenty of hotels, resorts and guest houses as well as places to eat and drink.
10 Free Activities in Bangkok
If you’re traveling on a tight budget, enjoy some of the best Bangkok has to offer for free. Free museums, free activities, free sights – all great things to do that won’t cost you a Baht!
Five Places to Celebrate Christmas in Bangkok
Five places to celebrate Christmas in Bangkok in 2011.
What Is the Voltage in Thailand?
Find out what outlet adapters and converters you need to use appliances in Thailand, where the voltage is 220.
Railey Beach
Railey Beach is one of Thailand's most beautiful beaches. Although it's on the mainland in Krabi Province, because it's only accessible by boat, it has a desert island feel. There are Railey beaches, West Railey and East Railey. East Railey is mud flats and mangroves. It's just a few minutes by foot to West Railey, but make sure you know which beach you're staying on.
Thailand Safety Tips
Many people think that there will be lots of health and safety concerns to contend with when visiting Thailand. The truth is, Thailand is far safer than many other tourist destinations and definitely safer than most large cities. Assaults, rapes, muggings and other crimes against tourists are so rare that when they happen, they make front page news. If you take normal precautions, you shouldn’t have to worry about staying healthy and safe while you are here.
The Real Reason Chang Beer Is So Popular in...
Thailand’s number one selling beer is Beer Chang, which you can spot by its distinctive green label adorned with two elephants.
Express Boats and Ferries: One of the Most...
Boats and ferries are a convenient and interesting way to get around Bangkok. They can be intimidating at first but once you figure out the routes and the rules they're very easy to use.
How Much Will My Vacation Cost?
How Much Will My Vacation Cost? Thailand Travel.
What Currency Does Thailand Use?
What Currency Does Thailand Use?
Getting to Chiang Mai
How to get to Chiang Mai
What if I get sick in Thailand?
Information about Health Care, doctors and hospitals in Thailand.
Sample 12 Day Thailand Honeymoon Itinerary
Sample 12 Day Thailand Honeymoon Itinerary
Bangkok Travel Guide
The capital city of Thailand is full of amazing sights and activities, delicious food and plenty of hotels and guesthouses. Plan your trip to Bangkok with this Bangkok travel guide.
What to Pack (and Not to Pack) for Thailand
Things you'll need and won't need on your trip to Thailand. Hint: don't bring much!
Phuket Travel Guide
Phuket is all about beautiful beaches, rocking nightlife and great food. Plan your vacation in Phuket with this Phuket travel guide.
Koh Chang and Surrounding Islands
Koh Chang, Thailand’s second largest island, is just off the coast of Trat Province on the east side of the Gulf of Siam. Koh Chang has everything you’d want in a tropical island – white sandy beaches, plenty of palm trees, and warm, clear water. But for now at least it doesn’t have the big crowds you’ll find in more popular Phuket or Koh Samui. That's not to say it's entirely undeveloped. There are plenty of resorts and roads and more on the way.
Bangkok Shopping
Bangkok has some of the best shopping in the world and this Bangkok Shopping Guide has everything you need to know about it.
Bangkok's Top 4 Neighborhoods for Street food
Bangkok Street Food - 4 Neighborhoods to get Great Bangkok Street Food
Should you have your wedding gown made here?
What you need to know about having a wedding gown made in Thailand.
Koh Mun Nork
Looking for a real desert island? Koh Mun Nork, a tiny island in the Gulf of Siam with one small resort and a beautiful beach, might just be one of the only places in the country where you'll feel total peace and tranquility.
King's Birthday
Father's Day in Thailand, the Thai King's Birthday
Where to Eat at Asiatique
Where to Eat in Asiatique
Top Thai Curry Dishes
Top Thai Curry Dishes
Bangkok Airport Travel
With the new airport rail link plus a slew of other transport options, it's quick and easy to get from Bangkok's International Airport into the city.
Surin's Elephant Roundup
On of Thailand's most fun and exotic festivals is the elephant roundup, a weekend-long event where nearly 100 elephants and their trainers come together for an amazing performance!
Top 5 Hotels in Chiang Mai's Old City
Five charming Chiang Mai hotels in the Old City
The Bangkok Train System
The Bangkok train system has an above-ground network called the Skytrain or BTS and a subway line called the MRT. The Skytrain and MRT serve some of central Bangkok but many parts of the city, including the Old City, aren’t near either network. Here’s a quick guide to Bangkok’s Skytrain and Subway.
Thai Street Food
Bangkok has some of the best shopping in the world and this Bangkok Shopping Guide has everything you need to know about it.
Finding Thailand Travel Deals
Think everyone pays the same for their plane tickets and hotels? Think again. Here are some tips to get the best Thailand Travel Deals.
Guide to Thailand Songthaew
Songthaew, covered pick up trucks with rows of seats in the back that transport people along set routes, are a common way to get around in Thailand. You'll see songthaew in almost all urban areas and in lots of beach areas, too. Once you know where they're going and how to pay, they are a convenient way to get around.
Can I stay in Thailand for longer than one or...
How can I stay in Thailand for longer than one or two months?
The Best Places to Visit to Learn about Thai...
The Best Places to Visit to Learn about Thai History
Koh Samet
Koh Samet, the little island just a few hours from Bangkok, used to be a destination for city folks looking for a weekend escape and backpackers enjoying the laid back atmosphere, pleasant beaches and inexpensive bungalows. Koh Samet has changed! These days, you’ll still find plenty of Bangkokians arriving straight from work on a Friday night, and lots of backpackers hanging out on the beaches, but you’ll also find some high-end beach resorts and villas and vacationers from all over the world.
Top 5 Free Activities in Chiang Mai
You don’t have to spend a lot to enjoy this popular city in Northern Thailand. Here are five free activities in Chiang Mai.
Don Muang Airport
Don Muang Airport, Bangkok's old international airport, is now the city's domestic airport and Air Asia's Thailand hub.
Samui Travel Guide
Everything you need to know about visiting Samui.
Child Friendly Hotels in Chiang Mai
Child Friendly Hotels in Chiang Mai
Thailand Trip Planning FAQs - Common Questions...
Thailand FAQs - Common Questions about Thailand
Driving a Rental Car in Thailand
Getting a rental car in Thailand can be an excellent and convenient way to explore the country. Though driving in any foreign place takes a little getting used to, once you get out of Bangkok, Thailand is actually a really pleasant place to drive. Highways are well maintained and serve most of the country, and road customs are not too difficult to understand. Watch out in Bangkok, or any big city, though, as traffic can be horrible and tailgating and cutting in rules are probably much different than you're used to.
Thailand Festivals
Want to experience a Thailand Festival? There are dozens of small events in different parts of the country but these are the most popular festivals and events throughout the year.
What Not to Wear in Thailand
Thailand is a very relaxed place, and given the image of bikini-clad vacationers frolicking on beaches and backpackers in shorts and sandals exploring cities, you may think that anything goes in terms of clothing.
Leo Beer
Leo Beer is made by the same folks that brew Singha Beer and has a similar light, crisp taste.
Bangkok's Chinatown
Chinatown, also called Yawolat after the neighborhood’s main street, has been a Bangkok shopping destination for decades and has everything from wholesale shoes to fresh markets to Thai silk.
Singha Beer
The original Thai beer is a clean, crisp lager and is immensely popular in Bangkok.
5 Great Thai Restaurants in Phuket
5 top restaurants in Phuket
Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum Pattaya
Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum’s collection of hundreds of oddities, creepy haunted house and 4-D motion movie theatre will keep kids amused for hours. The museum is just a five minute drive or long walk from Pattaya Beach.
Bangkok Honeymoon Itinerary
Bangkok Honeymoon Itinerary. Thailand Travel.
Places in Bangkok where small children can play
Places in Bangkok where small children can play.
Top 5 Best Alternative Thai Beaches
Top 5 Best Alternative Thai Beaches
Koh Tao, Thailand
Serious divers and travelers just serious about relaxing on a scenic, less developed island will love Koh Tao.
Nightlife in Thailand
Nightlife in Thailand. Thailand Travel.
Top Chiang Mai Temples to Visit
There are dozens of interesting Buddhist temples in Chiang Mai to visit. Some are interesting because of their historical significance, some for their beautiful architecture and artwork and some because they are very popular with local Buddhists or offer foreigners a chance to learn about Buddhism.
Thailand's Most Popular Regional Cuisine
Thailand's Most Popular Regional Cuisine
Bangkok's Best Boutique Hotels
Bangkok's Best Boutique Hotels
The Best Tailors in Bangkok
A list of the best tailors in Bangkok with fair prices and high-quality work, like N and K Pinky Tailors, Raja's Fashions and Rajawongse Clothiers.
Bangkok's Most Romantic Hotels
Bangkok's Most Romantic Hotels
Karon Beach
Though Phuket’s Karon Beach gets less hype than neighboring Patong Beach, many visitors consider it one of Phuket’s best vacation spots. Karon has soft sand, clear water and plenty of places to lounge out in the sun. Because it’s so big (nearly two miles across), it never feels overcrowded, even during high season. There are plenty of places to stay and things to do when you’re not at the beach but it’s a lot quieter and less built up than bustling Patong Beach.
Are Thai Trains Safe?
For a long time I wholeheartedly recommended traveling by train in Thailand. But the recent spate of accidents and derailments has me wondering whether or not it's a smart way to travel. I can't offer you any definitive answers here, but I urge you to read through the facts and come to your own reasoned conclusion before you make your plans.
Best Unknown Thai Food Dishes
Five Top Thai dishes you've probably never heard of
Sirinat National Park on Phuket
Thailand’s smallest national parks sits on one of the country’s most valuable pieces of real estate in Phuket, a long, narrow strip of west-facing beach-front property that starts at the northern tip of the island and extends all the way down to just past the airport.
Phuket Pictures Showcasing the Island's...
Picture gallery of the most popular beaches on Phuket.
Bangkok's Patpong Night Market
The Patpong Night Market in Silom is as much a spectacle as a place to pick up souvenirs.It starts at 6 p.m. and is right next to the area's nightlife scene.
Chiang Mai With Kids
Chiang Mai is a great destination to visit if you have small kids. The region is known for its amazing landscapes and many visitors choose to go on multi-day hiking trips while they are there. You may not be climbing Chiang Mai’s mountains with toddlers in tow (though some adventurous parents definitely do!), but you can enjoy exploring the charming Old City and some of the surrounding sights. Here’s everything you need to know to enjoy the city when you’re here with little ones.
Pattaya's Kid-Friendly Sights
Pattaya has plenty of activities for children.
Bangkok's Top Museum and Attractions
Looking for places to go sightseeing in Bangkok? Though there are plenty of temples to see, the city also has lots of museums and other typical tourist attractions.
The Top 5 Phuket Hotels
The Top 5 Phuket Hotels
Chiang Mai Markets
Guide to Chiang Mai's Markets
Thailand’s Best Desert Island Getaways
Find your island paradise in Thailand
Khao Lak
Imagine a vacation spot just an hour from an international airport, with beautiful soft sand beaches, a good selection of places to stay, from cheap bungalows to family-friendly resorts, enough bars and restaurants to keep from getting bored and not too much development. It’s not a fantasy, it’s Khao Lak, just north of the popular island of Phuket. It's not an island, but you won’t really notice that when you’re on the beach – it’s most popular beaches are far more tranquil than Phuket’s.
Thailand Scams to Watch Out For
Most people are fair and honest, but wherever there are tourists, there are scammers trying to take advantage of them! Here are four common scams to watch out for when visiting Thailand.
Pranburi, a beach town on the west side of the Gulf of Thailand about 20 miles south of popular resort town Hua Hin, has become more and more popular with local tourists and international visitors over the past decade. Like Cha-am to the north, it's much less developed than Hua Hin, so while there aren't as many conveniences, there also aren't as many crowds. Pranburi also has what some would argue is a much nicer beach than Hua Hin and Cha-am, making it worth the extra hour or so it takes to get there from Bangkok.
Jomtien Beach, Pattaya
Jomtien Beach is a little less hectic than Pattaya Beach, though not by much! Jomtien tends to attract a more local crowd and there are plenty of water sports to keep everyone occupied. Jomtien has plenty of vendors and small restaurants for food and drink, and Thai massage on the beach, too.
Top 5 Underrated Places in Thailand
Some of the country's best destinations are overlooked by tourists
Top Koh Samui Hotels
Looking for the best Koh Samui hotels? There are plenty of places to stay on this popular vacation island, here are some of the most popular in all price ranges. All are either on the beach or a just a short walk away.
Siam Square
Siam Square is a cluster of shops in central Bangkok with small boutiques, stalls, restaurants, movie theatres and cafes. The area is adjacent to one of Bangkok’s universities, so much of the merchandise is geared towards a younger crowd. There are plenty of cheap, fun, funky things to buy and plenty to eat, too.
Rayavadee Resort Krabi
Rayavadee Resort is a five-star, all villa luxury resort on Railey Beach in Krabi.
Best Phi Phi Hotels
Find the Best Phi Phi Hotel
5 Things Not to Do in Thailand
5 Cultural Taboos in Thailand
Top Nightlife Spots in Phuket
Phuket nightlife is hopping! If you’re just looking for a cold beer and a little music, there are scores of places on Phuket that will satisfy. It is, after all, a resort island so there’s plenty going on everywhere to entertain visitors. If you want to see live music, party at a big nightclub or sip cocktails in a fabulous bar, check out these Phuket nightlife spots.
Safety Issues When Traveling in Thailand with...
Thailand generally very child friendly so if you’re planning a vacation here, consider bringing along the whole family. You will face some challenges here, though, and most of them involve health and safety issues.
Pattaya Nightlife
The Pattaya bar scene is notorious and is something most outsiders find shocking. Go-go bars, strip clubs, scantily clad women dancing on poles. You name it, it happens in Pattaya. So, as you can imagine, it’s not the most family friendly destination in Thailand! But even if you’re not into strip clubs, Pattaya’s night life can be fun since it has an “up all night, dance till dawn” vibe to it.
Best Sukhumvit Hotels
Find the Best Sukhumvit Hotel
Top Spots for Eating on Koh Samui
A list of the best restaurants on Koh Samui
Raiei Beach Club Krabi
Railei Beach Club is a group of privately-owned houses for rent on West Railay Beach in Krabi.
Getting Around Chiang Mai
How to get around Chiang Mai
Koh Pha Ngan Beaches
Koh Pha Ngan is known for its backpacker scene and wild full moon parties, but that's not all the rugged island next to Koh Samui has to offer visitors. Whether you came to dance all night or just relax on a quiet beach, or both, you'll find the right beach on Koh Pha Ngan.
Information for Travel to Chiang Mai
Planning some Chiang Mai travel? Northern Thailand’s largest city is known for its Buddhist temples, gorgeous mountains, hiking trails and distinctive cuisine. Plan your trip to Chiang Mai with this Chiang Mai travel guide.
Top 4 Bangkok Bars with Great Views
Where to head at night for the best views of Bangkok
Thailand's King
Thailand's monarchy, and its current King in particularly, are a very important part of Thai culture.
Should You Cancel Your Trip to Thailand?
Updated information about traveling to Thailand in light of ongoing political turmoil.
Thailand Tailor Guide
Tips to get the most out of your visit to the tailor in Thailand.
Thailand’s Top National Parks
Thailand’s Top National Parks
Things to Do in Chiang Mai with Kids
Things to Do in Chiang Mai with Kids
Where to Blow Your Shopping Budget in Bangkok
Siam Center and Siam Discovery Malls in Bangkok -- two adjacent shopping malls in Siam Square offer shoppers two very different shopping experiences.
Pattaya Beach
Pattaya Beach is a busy, crowded beach with lounge chairs, umbrellas and beach bars stretching nearly the whole 2.5 miles of sand and lots of boat traffic in the horizon. Don’t worry about getting bored, there are plenty of beach water sports from jet skis to wind surfing to paragliding. It’s not a quiet place but if you’re looking for a little relaxation, your best bet on Pattaya Beach is to rent a lounge chair or have a Thai massage right on the beach.
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market, the world's largest outdoor market in Bangkok, Thailand
Where to Eat Isan Food in Bangkok
Where to Eat Isan Food in Bangkok
Khanom and Sichon Beaches, Thailand
Just north of Nakhon Si Thammarat are a couple of beautiful, quiet beaches that are just developed enough that you'll be able to find a hotel to sleep in but not so well known that you'll run into too many other foreigners.
Should I Buy a Thailand Honeymoon Package?
Should I Buy a Thailand Honeymoon Package?
Bangkok’s Current State of Emergency
Information about whether traveling in Thailand in general and Bangkok specifically is safe right now.
Bangkok's Best Serviced Apartments
Bangkok's Top Serviced Apartments
Best Hua Hin Hotels
Find the Best Hua Hin Hotels
The Mae Sa Loop
The Mae Sa Valley, just outside of the city of Chiang Mai, is one of the region’s most scenic areas and it’s a popular destination for travelers who want to get out into the countryside but don’t want to travel too far out.
Thailand’s Beach National Parks
Thailand’s Beach National Parks
Can I Drink the Water in Thailand?
Can I Drink the Water in Thailand?
Thai Fast Food
Thai Chain Restaurants
Can I Use my ATM Card in Thailand?
Can I Use my ATM Card in Thailand
Images from the City of Chiang Mai, in Northern...
View these Chiang Mai photographs for a sense of the amazing beauty and wonderful tourist attractions this northern Thai city has to offer visitors. These pictures of Chiang Mai illustrate the beautiful wats, delicious food, intricate crafts and charming boutique hotels you’ll see when you visit.
Should you get them made here?
Everything you need to know about getting bridesmaids dresses made in Thailand.
Celebrate New Year's Eve in Bangkok
Spending New Year’s Eve in Bangkok? Here are a few ways to welcome in the new year in Thailand’s capital city.
Thai Visa Runs to Laos
Extend your visa for another 30 days by exiting and re-entering Thailand by land, you have a few different options available in Laos.
Bangkok's Best Riverside Luxury Hotels
Bangkok's Best Riverside Luxury Hotels
Temple of the Emerald Buddha
Thailand's most sacred temple is on the grounds of the Grand Palace and is home to the Emerald Buddha. According to legend, this small Buddha image, made from green jade, was carved more than 2,000 years ago and came under the guardianship of Thai kings after various adventures. Unlike most wats in Thailand, there are no resident monks here, just the spectacularly decorated structures of Wat Phra Kaew.
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