Win a Content Creation Scholarship to Thailand!
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3w ago
Do you dream of getting paid to travel and create content? Ready to turbo-boost your career as a travel content creator? Here’s how… Tourism Authority of Thailand is proud to be supporting World Nomads 2024 Travel Content Scholarship Program. We’re looking for three aspiring creators to invite on a travel assignment to the land of smiles, this June. You’ll receive your very own camera from GoPro and luggage from Eagle Creek, and stay at Avani Hotels and Resorts. On the trip, you’ll learn from pro travel creators NOMADasaurus and create content about beautiful Thailand for a real life brief. S ..read more
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Golden Years in Koh Samui
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2M ago
Be the best you in your Prime and Golden Years – with help from Absolute Sanctuary, Koh Samui. Absolute Resort recently unveiled its latest offerings: the Prime Years and Golden Years programs, designed specifically for those aged 50-65 and 65-75, respectively. Prime Years Program (Ages 50-65): The Prime Years program has been meticulously crafted to empower individuals in the 50-65 age group, equipping them with the tools to thrive physically, mentally, and emotionally in this new phase of their lives. It sets the stage for a longer, healthier life by addressing the core pillars of wellness ..read more
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Aman Nai Lert Bangkok to open in 2024
Amazing Thailand
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2M ago
The Aman Group has announced the opening of its much-anticipated Bangkok hotel is scheduled for the third quarter of 2024. Following the Group’s successful opening of Aman New York in 2022, Aman Nai Lert Bangkok will continue the group’s mission to bring the Aman DNA of peace, sanctuary, exceptional design, service, and privacy to the world’s finest urban destinations. Residences Garden LoungeBedroomLounge Nestled in Nai Lert Park’s expansive tropical gardens Aman Nai Lert Bangkok comprises a 52-suite hotel, inclusive of an expansive Aman Wellness centre, Omakase restaurant, Teppanyaki restau ..read more
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10 best things to do in Hua Hin
Amazing Thailand
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2M ago
Hua Hin was Thailand’s first ever seaside holiday destination, with the country’s first resort, the Railway Hotel, built here over 90 years and it remains a favourite for Thai locals and international tourists alike. Here are our 10 best things to do in Hua Hin. 1.Visit Wat Hua Hin, light some incense and pray for good fortune. Hua Hin’s most important temple was built during the reign of King Chulalongkorn (King Rama V) 2.Take in the sights, sounds and smells of Chat Chai market which sells everything from fresh vegetables, all manner of seafood to local handicrafts and school uniforms ..read more
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The home stay experience in Thailand – Koh Yao
Amazing Thailand
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3M ago
Home stay accommodation in Thailand is becoming more and more popular – in fact demand is growing across South East Asia, and it’s not just because it’s cheap. Taking advantage of accommodation like this is a great way to experience what Thai village life is really like, far-removed – but often not far away – from the bright lights of Phuket, Koh Samui, Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Travel writer Deborah Dickson-Smith sampled the simple life in Koh Yao, only a 35-minute ferry ride from Phuket in Phang Na province. Here’s what she had to say about her experience. Having taken the short ferry ride fr ..read more
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Koh Kood, a Thai homestay experience to remember
Amazing Thailand
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3M ago
Koh Kood is in the southern province of Trat. Visitors can now experience a two-day, one-night Thailand homestay for as little as $50, which includes learning about local food, bicycle touring and trying your hand at craftwork, as travel writer John Borthwick discovers. “Do not dress up porn,” requests the welcome sign at Ban Nam Chiew village. Which is this unique Thai-Muslim-Chinese community’s way of asking visitors to not frock up, or down, as they might on a Phuket beach. The riverside fishing village is in the southeastern province of Trat, on the Gulf of Thailand about 300 km from ..read more
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10 Reasons to visit Sukhothai, Thailand’s ancient capital
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4M ago
Thailand’s ancient capital, established in the early 13th century, Sukhothai is located 427km north of Bangkok, and literally means “Dawn of Happiness.” For 120 years Sukhothai was ruled by many kings, the most famous being King Ramkhamhaeng the Great, who created the Thai alphabet and laid the foundation for politics, monarchy and religion. Here are 10 reasons to visit and 10 things to do in Sukhothai. 1. Sukhothai Historical Park. In Sukhothai’s golden era, this city was the centre of south-east Asia and the ruins from that glorious time have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. The ..read more
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10 best things to do in Hua Hin
Amazing Thailand
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4M ago
Hua Hin was Thailand’s first ever seaside holiday destination, with the country’s first resort, the Railway Hotel, built here over 90 years and it remains a favourite for Thai locals and international tourists alike. Here are our 10 best things to do in Hua Hin. 1.Visit Wat Hua Hin, light some incense and pray for good fortune. Hua Hin’s most important temple was built during the reign of King Chulalongkorn (King Rama V) 2.Take in the sights, sounds and smells of Chat Chai market which sells everything from fresh vegetables, all manner of seafood to local handicrafts and school uniforms ..read more
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Kanchanaburi awaits
Amazing Thailand
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4M ago
Australian travel blogger Paula Morgan has turned her attention to Thailand, launching a new blog, Thailand Awaits, that provides information for travellers about Thailand’s many attractions. Paula’s most recent Thailand adventure was in Kanchanaburi. You can read Paula’s complete guide to Kanchanaburi on her Thailand Awaits blog which includes detailed instructions on how to get there, where to stay and what to see. Visit the Thailand Awaits blog for detailed instructions on how to get to Kanchanaburi. What to see in Kanchanaburi. River Kwai The River Kwai, also known as the Mae Klong Ri ..read more
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A greener Gulf of Thailand
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4M ago
Thailand is fast becoming a leader in responsible tourism, providing visitors a wide range of sustainable attractions, activities, and accommodation offerings. Visitors to popular holiday destinations such as Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao can choose from carbon neutral hotels, take part in local conservation efforts, enjoy paddock to plate fine dining and support local communities. Koh Samui Koh Samui’s tourism operators and local communities are committed to low-impact, environment-friendly travel experiences, providing many ways for travellers to experience the natural beauty of this ..read more
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