How I Got Fluent in Thai in One Year

Last updated: February 27th, 2018 | in Learn Thai

I have stayed in Thailand for one year today! Of course I came here many times before just for traveling but the last year has been totally different as I’ve been living in Bangkok all the time so I could really experience the local life here and yes I even managed to study Thai and get fluent …
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It’s 1:40am local time here in Bangkok and it’s been another fully packed day, just back from playing pool for more than four hours at Soi Cowboy but the highlight today has definitely been something different: Today I got the chance to visit Thailand’s largest rice Processing Factury: CPF Ayutthaya. It’s quite rare to get …
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It’s just Wednesday and I’ve already seen four Thai lesbian couples this week while walking around Sukhumvit Bangkok. I have been staying in Bangkok for quite some time now but I just recently started to spot more Thai lesbians than ever before. For me there is no doubt that the number of Thai Lesbians in …
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Everytime I get asked what has been my favorite experience in Java I don’t have to think much about it: Without any doubt visiting Mount Bromo. Watching the sunrise over East-Java’s famous volcanic terrain was almost a surreal experience, out of this world with the scenery that gave me the feeling of rather being on …
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My Day Exploring Angkor Wat

Last updated: July 24th, 2016 | in Beyond Thailand

Today I eventually decided to write about my visit to Angkor Wat in Cambodia and I just didn’t do it until now as I think there are already so many blog posts about this topic out there and any guide book for Cambodia has its own huge Angkor Wat section, providing any kind of information from where …
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Last weekend I went to Chonburi, with just about one hour drive the closest beach town from Bangkok and therefore one of the most popular short time trips for Bangkokians. It didn’t take long until I realized why most of the tourists (especially foreigners) prefer heading one hour further down the coast to Pattaya. I …
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Korat is one of the most underestimated towns in Isaan. That’s quite strange really and I guess many people simply don’t know that this is not only the biggest province in Isaan but also the 2nd biggest province in all of Thailand in terms of population – and even the biggest one in terms of area! The result are many …
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I just came back to Bangkok yesterday from my second trip to the Northeast of Thailand, Isaan. This time the trip was all about Nakhon Ratchasima or as Thais call it in short: Korat. Before I tell you about my experiences there, my highlights and how the nightlife is, here are three really interesting facts about Korat …
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Here are the four common ways to get from Bangkok to Nakhon Ratchasima or better known as Korat. Bangkok to Korat by Bus This is how I went there last weekend. Take the MRT (Underground) to Kamphaeng Phet station and from there by motorcycle taxi to Mo Chit Northern Bus Terminal (30 Baht). Go up to the second …
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The Bangkok Cat Cafe

Last updated: August 15th, 2014 | in Living

I just visited the coolest cafe ever here in Bangkok: The place had not just nice decorations and relaxed and cozy atmosphere, but about ten to fifteen cats walking around. My friend told me about this concept cafe that apparently has become so popular recently in Japan as residents of new condominiums are not allowed to …
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