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Thailand’s Non-Immigrant Visas are the best option for people interested in staying in the country for a long time. This includes working, studying, volunteering, or retiring in Thailand. The cost of a Thai Non-Immigrant Visa depends on whether you apply for a single-entry or a multiple-entry visa and which country you apply for it in. Some […]
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The other day, Chris and I were reminiscing about the times we stayed at a luxury villa in Koh Samui when we realized we never shared our experiences on the blog. Let us say, everything was incredible! When the two of us travel, we usually ...
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Even though it was five and a half years ago when I began teaching in Thailand, not much has changed with the overall process of searching for a job, getting hired, and going through the necessary paperwork of becoming legally employed. But one thing …
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Moving to a new country doesn’t come without challenges and Thailand is no exception. Although we pride ourselves in adjusting to life’s curveballs and successfully building a life here, we’ve had our fair share of ups and downs when it comes to staying healthy in the country we now call home. We thought to write […]
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Years ago we heard about a nearly deserted island off the southern coast of Phuket. It’s the perfect place to snorkel, sunbathe, and day drink with gorgeous views of the clear waters and distant islands. Fast forward to today and this little island kept popping up while we researched for things to do on Phuket. […]
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Shipping a motorcycle in Thailand is a lot easier than it sounds and probably less expensive than you'd think. There's transport by train, in the luggage section under a VIP bus, by private courier, or through the Thai post. In this article, we'll…
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On the southern tip of the island of Koh Lanta, Thailand lies the beautiful Mu Koh Lanta National Park. Green trees, clear seas, rapid waterfalls, and exotic animals inhabit each of the 16 islands where tourists and natives alike come to be enchanted by their majesty. The main area of Mu Koh Lanta National Park…
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From southern provinces such as Phang Nga and Chumphon to the more remote northern provinces of Lampang and Nan, thirteen destinations have been carefully chosen by the Tourism Authority of Thailand as part of a newly launched project, “One Night Stay with Locals.”
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In recent years, Thailand has seen a steady growth in alternative forms of tourist attractions that are more in-line with the environment and natural habits of animals. Near Chiang Mai, there are a lot of elephant sanctuaries open to visitors. Their...
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I recently took a trip to experience a totally different side of Phuket - one that isn't entirely centered on a stay on the beach. Instead, it's designed with active, thrill-seeking travelers in mind. I had such a great time that I decided to share my three day Phuket itinerary. It includes what to do, where to stay, and what to eat.

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