Thai Nightlife Girls Stealing Money

Last updated: March 15th, 2020 | in Thai Girls

You may have heard some of those frightening stories about foreigners’ bad experiences with Thai girls. Most of the time it’s about being cheated on money or valuable belongings. I have already told you my opinion on feeding Thai girls with money on a regular basis, but in this article I want to show you …
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I love exploring off the beaten path and non-touristic places in Thailand. Bangkok has so many interesting sites within less than a one hour drive from downtown, and Phutthamonthon Park is one of them. Located about 40km west of central Bangkok in the Nakhon Pathom province, the park houses a beautiful black-colored free-standing Buddha statue, …
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The Trat province has so much to offer. There is the island paradise of Koh Chang with lots of quiet and unspoiled neighbor islands like Koh Mak & Koh Kood and even the fairly small province capital has its own charm that makes travelers stay longer than they’re planning to. You can find my post about the best …
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20 Useful Isaan Words You Should Know

Last updated: March 14th, 2020 | in Learn Thai

You probably know that my Thai is quite alright by now, but then when I’m with a group of Isaan people it’s always somehow frustrating to hear them switch speaking in their local Isaan dialect and I don’t get what they say. As a consequence, I have recently started to obtain some useful Isaan vocabulary to …
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Nightlife & Thai Girls in Trat

Last updated: March 14th, 2020 | 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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Trat Highlights

Last updated: March 14th, 2020 | in Central Thailand | Trat | Traveling

You might think of Trat as an ordinary province capital town with a few nice temples, cheap market shopping and a low pace of life. While this is true, there is a lot more to central Thailand’s eastern-most province that made me stay more than just one night while on my way to and from …
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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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You are probably reading this post because you’re curious which places in Bangkok are most worth celebrating New Year’s Eve at and especially the countdown at midnight. I’ve just spent my third 31st December in Thailand’s capital and think it’s time to give you an overview how things are going on this day. The first thing …
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