Vegetarian travel in Thailand

Vegetarian travel in Thailand

Being a vegetarian on the road is never an easy task, especially in countries where meat is such an integral part of the diet that you can't find any proper vegetarian dishes at restaurants and you have to make do with side dishes and salads. Not only it is annoying to eat the same dishes all the time, but as a vegetarian you tend to miss out on the culinary part of the whole travel experience. But that's fortunately not the case in Thailand, where meat does make an appearance in many dishes... [ read more ]

The best budget eats in Chiang Mai

The best budget eats in Chiang Mai

While Bangkok is the favorite haunt of travelers who come to Thailand mainly for shopping and nightlife, Chiang Mai is the quieter version of the Thai capital, with less blinding bustle and perhaps less neon lights, but with an even stronger historical heritage, more green spaces and a modern side that is on par with any other metropolis in Asia. Chiang Mai has a stunning historic center and has almost as many temples as Bangkok, lively and colorful markets where you can stock up on souvenir... [ read more ]

The best street food in Bangkok

The best street food in Bangkok

Bangkok is such a diverse and huge city that you will never find yourself without something to do. Whatever you want - nightlife, shopping, food - you can have it in the Thai capital. There are few cities on the planet who can rival with Bangkok when it comes to food of any kind, and especially street food. Some of the best bites in the city can be had on the street, from the stalls selling all manner of Thai specialties that you wouldn't find in a restaurant. Plus, street food is very cheap... [ read more ]

Backpacker's Guide to Thailand

Backpacker’s Guide to Thailand

Thailand is an amazing country with hospitable people, maybe that's why it is such a popular destination. Travelers, who seek adventurous holidays and not the basic relaxing ones, could use some tips and tricks to travel Thailand cheap. I hope this short backpacker’s guide to will help you with your travel expenses. Basic requirements: Speak at least basic level English (and that with confidence) and own a credit card, not to mention travel insurance. Everything else can be purchased or... [ read more ]