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What To Do at Christmas on Samui?!
Koh Samui Activities / October 20th, 2019 9:41 pm
 


Ever wondered what Christmas on Koh Samui is like?

Over the last few years, with more and more visitors enjoying our spectacular island, Samui has been stepping up its Christmas cheer!
 
You’ll find Central Festival (the huge open-air shopping center in Chaweng) plays host to a large Christmas tree and decorations a’plenty, Tesco Lotus and other supermarkets on the island have also gotten into the spirit and have musical Santa’s singing Christmas jingles and lots of baubles and decorations on sale.
 
For Christmas lun...
Unusual Attractions & Events in Thailand's Beautiful South
South Thailand / October 1st, 2019 3:55 am
Unusual attractions and events in Thailand's beautiful south

Besides the beautiful beaches, delicious food, sparkling temples and lush green national parks, down here in the south of Thailand we’ve got our fair share of unique and sometimes unusual events, happenings and hidden treasures. So, to make sure you make the most of a visit, here are a few events and attractions you might not find in just any Thailand travel guide....
A Luxurious Spa Experience on Koh Samui
Koh Samui Activities / June 4th, 2019 12:35 pm
Lanna Hotel  luxurious Spa Retreat on Koh Samui
 
Sometimes you deserve a little pampering, and we don’t begrudge you that. In fact, here in Thailand, getting a regular massage is a way of life. You could say that NOT having a Thai massage might even be considered culturally insensitive, and you wouldn’t want that, now would you?

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Planning a Trip To Thailand This Year? Here's Your Guide Of Where To Go & What To Pack
Thailand Travel / January 16th, 2019 5:53 am

Jetting off to beautiful Thailand for some winter sun? We don’t blame you – we love it so much, we live here! So, as your resident advisor, here’s the lowdown on where to go and, when you’ve decided that, what to pack....
New Year’s Eve Celebrations Around Thailand
Bangkok / December 17th, 2018 5:09 am
New year’s celebrations around Thailand

While the traditional Thai New Year is actually celebrated in April and the entire country shuts down for Songkran – a giant water-splashing three-day holiday, it’s not to say Thai's don’t celebrate the Gregorian New Year as well. There are fun and elaborate parties all over the country on 31st December each year and January 1st is a national holiday because, as you know if you’ve spent any time here, Thai people know what they’re doing when it comes to a party. Here’s how it’s done in various hotspots:
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