Here are 15 weird and funny facts about Thailand. In 2013, Forbes listed Bangkok as one of the world’s 10 most visited cities. In 2016, Forbes listed Bangkok as the second most traffic congested city in the world. Parts of the Chao Phraya River were man-made during the Ayutthaya period to bypass large loops.
Lists on the map above are all of Chiang Mai temples.
Where is the best place to stay in Chiang Mai? Where to stay in Chiang Mai? It is the north, east, west, south or central? Where are the best nightlife spots or the best places for dining? Where to stay for a romantic get-away as a couple, or the best place for your family, or […]
This article is for people who are planning to move to Thailand for more than 6 months and under 50 years old. If you’re NOT married to a Thai person, you DON’T work for a company operating in Thailand. You DON’T own a business in Thailand and you want to stay in Thailand for more […]
Here is my list of the pros and cons retiring and living in Thailand. I’ll cover many different aspects of life while living or retiring in this country. All the good and the bad, giving you an in-depth insight of what to expect when living here. From visa, language, Thai law, job, traffic, food, safety […]
I just came back from my 3 months stay at Davao City, Philippines and I’m want to write this post while my memory is still fresh. This post is not about which country is better or worse. It’s about my personal experiences as an outsider living in these two very different countries. Since I lived […]
In this article, I’m going to talk about my personal feelings and experiences during my time living in Chiang Mai. Including the stuff that I really like and what I don’t like about Chiang Mai. Some people don’t want to talk about the bad things because they want to keep it positive and that’s fine, […]
This apartment was a bit (about 10-20 min. drive north) far from the city center. If you don’t mind that and you want to be in a quite place, this might be the place for you. Although, it is ideal for students, but anyone can live there. 3,800 – 4,000 THB/month Electric price: 7 THB/unit […]
6,000 – 6,500 THB/month Electric price: 7 THB/unit Water price: 150 THB/person/month Wifi: included Location: View map >
I lived here for four months in 2017. It is a basic accommodation but had everything I needed. The rooms were in very good condition for its age, plus you get room service once per week if you are staying monthly or you can get daily service if you’re staying for a day or two. […]