Nightlife & Thai Girls in Hat Yai

Last updated: December 11th, 2018 | in Hat Yai | Nightlife | Southern Thailand | Thai Girls

There are many reasons to give Hat Yai a visit. Some just consider it as a quick stopover on their travels from Thailand to Malaysia as its the closest major town from the border at Sadao. Hat Yai is also hugely popular among Malaysians and Singaporeans to come for a weekend trip – and many of …
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Nightlife & Thai Girls in Trat

Last updated: June 18th, 2019 | in Central Thailand | Nightlife | Thai Girls | Trat

While Trat isn’t one of the most exciting towns in Thailand, there are quite a few reasons why a lot of people (including me) who are traveling to or from the Koh Chang Archipelago still spend more time than they plan to in the province capital of the same name. I have already written about …
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You don’t go to Koh Kood for long and hard partying but rather for experiencing one of Thailand’s last unspoiled islands. With a population of only about 2,000 people, this is actually the district (amphoe) with the lowest population of the country. This means the infrastructure here is more than basic, there is no public …
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Koh Chang has a lot more to offer than beautiful beaches and tropical rainforest. The nightlife on Thailand’s second largest island is wild, diverse and thriving. There isn’t anything to do on the island’s quiet and unspectacular east coast (apart from some remote five star resorts), so if you are out exploring this part of …
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Kamphaeng Phet is much more than just another usual province capital city. Located about 300km north of Bangkok, halfway to Chiang Mai, the city is mainly known for the Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns”. So if you come here you won’t …
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When I headed out of Bangkok a couple of weeks ago I was sure that Sukhothai would be the highlight of my little trip to some of the most important historic towns in lower northern Thailand. Though I was wondering if the nightlife in Thailand’s first capital was as exciting as exploring Sukhothai Historical Park …
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There are still so many places in Thailand that see only few foreign visitors despite their huge cultural and historical significance. Phitsanulok is such a place. The capital city of the province of the same name in lower northern Thailand has more to offer than even I thought when I bought my train ticket from …
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You haven’t been to Pattaya if you haven’t visited at least a couple of Go Go Bars. Even though Thailand’s hip beach town 160 km southeast of Bangkok more and more becomes a family retreat, the red light districts with go go bars, beer bars, soapy massage parlors and ladyboy cabaret shows are all over …
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