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8 more of the most unique travel destinations in Thailand – Part 3

This marks the final part of our ‘unique travel destinations in Thailand’ list (part 1 | part 2). Hope you enjoyed all three parts and please do shout out if you got some more cool places on your mind of if you’ve actually been to any of our suggested places. Here we go with part 3! Buriram, Northeast Thailand As someone who spent lots of time in Isaan (Northeastern Thailand) I will always have a soft spot for destinations up there where not many tourists end up. Buriram does earn…

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7 more of the most unique travel destinations in Thailand – Part 2

Here we go with part 2 of our ‘most unique travel destinations in Thailand’ coverage. Make sure to also check part 1 with further cool destinations in Thailand! Koh Panak – Shh, secrets! Koh Panak is not really famous, one could say it’s a ‘secret’ that, be ready to get wow’ed, also has its own secrets. It is home to some cool hidden caves and lakes with some really nice limestone landscape to top it off. In order to access some of the beaches you have to climb or kayak…

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5 of the Best Foodie Experiences in Koh Samui, Thailand

Describing a tropical paradise would literally be describing Koh Samui, Thailand. White sand beaches and crystal clear blue waters are the highlights to many travelers. There is, however, another reason to visit this blissful oasis–food. Infused with Thai flavors and you’ll see why more time is spent eating than enjoying the beaches. Figuring out what to eat in Koh Samui when you’re surrounded by so many options may seem daunting. To make it easier for you–here are 5 of the Best Foodie Experiences in Koh Samui, Thailand. Satay for Breakfast…

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5 of the most unique travel destinations in Thailand – Part 1

Holidays & Happiness. We haven’t talked about this for quite some time here on my-thai.org. So time to focus on the bright side of life (dudududududududu) again. At least for once. via GIPHY With the outlook readjusted, let’s dive into this list of 15 of the most unique places you can see in Thailand.  Koh Phayam – That island nobody tells you about. As of the time of writing Koh Phayma is one of the few islands that haven’t made it into every single backpacker guide. Maybe because it’s not…

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Could Chiang Mai become Asia’s next Luxury destination?

Bangkok’s sleepy sister, Chiang Mai, is known more for its 300 0dd temples, cool temperatures, hilltribes and friendly pace of life, than for its high end luxury hotels. Thai’s from all over visit Chiang Mai to escape stress and the busy pace of life, preferring to relax, eat and explore the hip Nimmanhaemin area. And while Chiang Mai is a great place to visit, few would argue that it is a luxury destination. In fact Chiang Mai is often touted for its cheapness rather than hefty price tags, which is…

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Bangkok Airport Bus Shuttle Breakdown

If you’re visiting Bangkok chances are high that you are either a backpacker or, if you’re not traveling on a budget, you’re still someone who doesn’t necessarily enjoy spending too much time arguing with taxi drivers while being scammed out of a lot of money. In order to make the commutes to and from Bangkok’s two airports easier The Big Mango added a few more bus lines to its Airport Shuttle Service. Here’s a short break down of those busses that now connect both airports with significant points of interest…

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Six Digital Marketing Strategies for a Travel Agency

This post comes courtesy of Andaman SEO, a digital marketing firm dedicated to helping those in the travel and tourism industry get more bookings. With a travel and tourism GDP of $36.4 billion, Thailand is one of the most tourism-reliant economies in the world today. The figures, which were culled from the 2017 World Economic Forum Competitiveness report was also supported by the record number of tourist arrivals in Thailand. In 2015, nearly 30 million traveled and toured the country, and last year, this increased to 32 million. The local…

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Things to Do in Koh Yao Noi During Holidays in Thailand

Nestled between the popular southern Thai islands of Phuket and Krabi, the Koh Yao islands are beginning to attract more and more international tourists. The main attraction in these southern islands is without a doubt Koh Yao Noi, which literally means “small long island.” Although Koh Yao Yai (“big long island”) is also quite popular, Koh Yao Noi has a more developed infrastructure with all the amenities Western tourists expect on holiday. In this brief article, we’ll go over some tips to travelling around Koh Yao Noi in style. You’ll…

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