5 cheap things to buy in Thailand

5 cheap things to buy in Thailand

When you visit a foreign country, it is important to buy some great souvenirs and gifts for your returning. If your next destination is Thailand, you’ve found the right article to read. Some souvenirs, local products or art crafts may be too expensive to afford yourself, especially if you have to buy lots of souvenirs. Well, let me help you with some great gift ideas from Thailand which are quite cheap. Thai silk, clothing, costume jewelry, DVDs and computers are just 5 cheap things to buy... [ read more ]

Your tourist guide to the city of Hat Yai

Your tourist guide to the city of Hat Yai

The fourth largest city of Thailand, Hat Yai is a fantastic place to visit. It can be found on the Southern Gulf Coast. Although it is not popular among Western visitors, I think it’s worth discovering the city. The majority of the visitors are Singaporean and Malaysian tourists. It is easily accessible, as it has an airport. Besides airplane, it is accessible by train, by bus and by car, too. If you are interested in a journey to this city, I suggest you to read the following guide. It will... [ read more ]

The best shopping malls spread all over Thailand

The best shopping malls spread all over Thailand

If shopping is your thing and you are planning a visit to Thailand, the following guide will contain useful information for you. I will present below the best shopping malls spread all over Thailand. These malls are usually situated in bigger cities, towns and some airports. Some of the best-known shopping malls of the country are the following: the MBK Center in Bangkok, the CentralPlaza in Chonburi, the Mall Nakhon Ratchasima, the CentralPlaza Chiang Mai Airport, the CentralFestival Pattay... [ read more ]

Chiang Mai’s best shopping spots

Chiang Mai’s best shopping spots

Chiang Mai is one of Thailand’s most popular cities among tourists. It is the capital city of the province with the same name. The outstanding city attracts more than 5 million visitors every year which is not surprising if we think of the deluge of the spectacular attractions. There are numerous Buddhist temples in Chiang Mai, not to mention the fantastic museums and the nearby natural attractions. Besides the tourist attractions, there are also several great shopping spots in the city. For... [ read more ]

Top attractions of Lamphun Province

Top attractions of Lamphun Province

Lamphun Province is situated in Northern Thailand. It is bordered by Lampang, Chiang Mai and Tak provinces. The province is of a spectacular natural beauty, being situated in the valley of the Ping River and surrounded by gorgeous mountain chains. The historic name of the city of Lamphun is Haripunchai and the main symbol of it is Wat Phra That Haripunchai. Besides this fantastic temple, there are numerous other temples and attractions in the province of Lamphun. There is also a national museu... [ read more ]

The best souvenirs from Thailand

The best souvenirs from Thailand

One of the most important things of returning from your holiday is to buy some spectacular souvenirs for yourself and your friends. One of the world’s most exotic countries, Thailand is a true shopping paradise. You will find dozens of types of souvenirs and gifts. There are hundreds of shops, huge malls, fantastic markets or street stalls in Thailand. The country's markets are full of beautiful Asian antiques, the well-known and beloved silk and tourist souvenirs. For example Buddhas, silve... [ read more ]

The best markets in Thailand

The best markets in Thailand

When you are at home, going to the market for groceries might not always be a fun activity, and for many it is merely a chore that must be done whether you like it or not. But when you are traveling, even something as simple as going to the market can become a fun way to spend the time, observe the delightful little details of daily life in your destination, and a even a way to learn more about the culture of the place. In Thailand, markets are some of the craziest, most colorful and most en... [ read more ]

The traveler's guide to Sukhumvit, Bangkok

The traveler’s guide to Sukhumvit, Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the biggest and busiest cities on rathe planet, where a single neighborhood can be as large as several towns. For a traveler who arrives to Bangkok for the first time, navigating the maze of streets and districts that make up the Thai capital can be a challenging experience, but it's never without its rewards. One of the districts of Bangkok where almost every tourist ends up is Sukhumvit, where the fanciest restaurants, the glitziest shops and the craziest nightclubs are f... [ read more ]

The best destinations for shopping sprees in Thailand

The best destinations for shopping sprees in Thailand

When it comes to backpacking and traveling on the cheap, Thailand has no equal in Asia. But as budget-friendly a destination as it is, if you have money to spare and you feel like spending it on some nice things for yourself, Thailand has more than enough opportunities for you to lighten your purse. There are so many things to do, see and taste in Thailand that you'd have to have a very impressive self-control in order to avoid spending at least some money. But if you've decided to throw sel... [ read more ]

The best markets in Chiang Mai

The best markets in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, the unofficial capital of Northern Thailand, is only the fifth largest city in the country, but as a travel destination it is definitely on equal footing with Bangkok. Chiang Mai is known for its beautiful temples (especially the stunning Doi Suthep), museums and gardens, but one of the best things about the city are its bustling markets. If you want to buy some souvenirs in Thailand, or just shop for shopping's sake, the best place to find interesting items are the markets. From... [ read more ]