About one year has passed since the passing of King Bhumibol on 13th October 2016. For seven decades, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej was Thailand’s guiding light. The nation’s sorrow has been overwhelming. Hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of people have queued up in the heat and rain to pay their last respects. Many foreign tourists and expats are wondering how the HM King Bhumibol Funeral will affect their holiday in Thailand?
Some people like to visit Thailand during wintertime, some others in summer, but we recommend visiting Koh Samui in April! This is definitely the best month to enjoy great weather and the traditional Thai New Year celebration – the Songkran 2017.
Dozens of years ago, Koh Samui was accessible only by boat. That was a long and sometimes dangerous journey across the Gulf of Thailand. In 1989 on Samui was open the first (and for today unique) Airport. Bangkok Airways was the only airline operating in Samui Airport for many years. At present time 7 companies ensure international flights to Koh Samui Island. In this article, we will explain how to fly to Koh Samui Island in Thailand.
As Thailand is plunged into mourning by the death of their much-loved King Bhumibol Adulyadej, here’s what tourists visiting the popular holiday destination need to know.
Along with the sun cream and guidebooks, today it is more important than ever to pack a little cultural sensitivity.
In loving memory of the great King Bhumibol Adulyadej we selected vintage black and white photos of the King and the Royal Family.
The King of Thailand Rama IX passed away on the 13th of October 2016, at the age of 88 years.
We will explain in this post how to rent a holiday villa in Thailand direct with the villa owner for a short term rent. Follow our step-by-step guide for Easy Thailand villa rent!
No matter if you prefer pure beach holiday, wondering around Buddhist temples, dreaming to dive under the Turquoise waters or to enjoy tropical safari adventures, Thailand has it all. It’s time to plan your holiday on Koh Samui Island!
Our villas share a stunning view on Ko Mat Lang Island. Let’s discover this little island in details!
We find for you a collection of Thailand Vintage posters.
Tourism in Thailand makes up about 6% of the economy. Thailand was the most visited country in Southeast Asia in 2013, according to the World Tourism Organisation. In the 1960s were the stable political atmosphere and the development of Bangkok as a crossroads of international air transport was one of the reasons of the increase in tourism