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Bangkok’s Best Golf Courses

If you happen to be staying or living in Bangkok and want to find some great golf courses, the good news is that there are some fantastic clubs to choose from. Here are some of the best golf courses y...

Why Rama II is an Awesome Place to Live

Rama II is across the river, it is outside of the normal areas where expats choose to live when staying in Bangkok. Some city centre dwelling expats even look at Rama II as being somehow dangerous, or...

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Treat Yourself: Adventures in Chiangmai

Chiangmai is a popular holiday destination of both foreigners and Thais alike. It is arguably one of the most urban cities in Thailand after Bangkok. Chiangmai’s charm, however, lies in the perfect ba...

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Why Being in Thailand is Like Living on Another Planet

Part of the appeal of traveling to or living in Thailand is that it is so different from any other country. The incomparable culture of Thailand appeals to many a traveller, which at times will make y...

Becoming an Expat in Thailand with Teenagers: A Few Survival Tips

Living with teenagers can be difficult at the best of times.  It seems like over night children transform from the precious angel you brought home 12 to 13 years ago into a moody mass of hormones and...

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How Can Road Safety be Improved in Thailand?

Thailand's road safety track record is disturbing to put it bluntly, with over 400 people killed over the New Year period alone and a shocking ongoing count of 66 deaths on the road per day, second on...

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Weekday Getaway: Chatuchak Plant & Flower Market

Most people are probably acquainted with Chatuchak (JJ) weekend market where you can find varieties of clothes, souvenirs, snacks, and everything you can think of. Back in the days, the market used to...

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Visa on arrival for tourists halved for another six months

The Tourism and Sports Ministry has halved the visa on arrival fees for 21 countries for another 6 months to boost tourism after a sharp decrease in the Chinese tourist last September. The visa scheme...

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In the Soi: Diverse Ari

Our new column, “In the Soi” is all about introducing local neighborhood’s unique spots that you might not know about! Following a great response to our first article on Hipster OnNut, we now introduc...

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Get Fit: Bike Trails in Bangkok

Bangkok is not a bike friendly city. This is a fact. Bike lanes here are pretty much non-existent, but even if they do exist, they’re all probably taken over by mopeds. Thus, if you’re into biking and...

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