Many visitors to Phra Nang beach simply go there to soak up the sun, laze on the white sand and admire the stunning Krabi scenery. Flanked to its left and right by the neighbouring beaches of East and West Railay, Phra Nang commands an enviable location on the tip of the headland looking out on the emerald expanse of the Andaman Sea

Kata Noi Beach Kata Noi Beach is a beautiful little sandy bay if you want to be near the lively Kata Beach while staying away from the usual tourist herds. This nice wide strand of white sand has incredibly clear blue waters during the high season and fortunately, its ‘out of the way’ location kept it relatively quiet. Unless you know about it, you probably would miss it.

Nai Harn is increasingly one of the island's more popular destinations. Once known only to in-the-know locals, it has been very firmly "discovered". However, as the small bay is home to only a few hotels, restaurants and shops, it retains its quiet charm.

Bombay Blues is a popular little Indian restaurant on Soi Rambuttri. It’s a vibrant red-and-yellow painted house with luxurious interiors and a great place to bring a date or a crowd of friends for delicious food and after-dinner entertainment. The menu is extensive, from buttery paneer to some of the tastiest mutton Bangkok has to offer, and the waiter is happy to make recommendations should you want to try something other than chicken tikka massala.

Khao San Road Everything you Need to Know about Khao San Road Khao San Road ,Thailand - The popular book 'The Beach' famously described Khao San Road as"the centre of the backpacking universe".

It is hard not to stare at all the chaos that will surround you. Young backpackers roam the streets, street vendors shout their products, lady-boys make their move, and tuk-tuk drivers try to scam you (I got scammed. Ooh, the things I wish I knew before going to Thailand!). Every ten feet there’s a different tune being played in a bar, store, or nightclub.
Typical Thai Breakfast in Phuket

Phuket probably has the widest variety of food choices in Thailand after Bangkok. Today we will discover some typical dishes for breakfast in Phuket.
Boat Noodles at Victory Monument, Bangkok

Boat Noodles or Kuay Tiau Rua is one of the most popular dishes to try in Bangkok, recommended by both locals and foreign tourists.
Khao Pad-Thai Fried Rice

A simple dish like Khao Pad-fried rice can provide nutritious value with a satisfying taste.
Luk Chup Candy: Thai traditional dessert

One of the most colourful desserts you will see in Thailand is Luk Chup Candy. It is candy that is design to look like miniature...


Thailand is a Buddhist country with numerous festivals held in a year. Coming here, you should not miss taking part in cultural events such as the lantern festival or monkey buffet festival. There are a lot of traditional festivals held in the last half year.

Christmas is a big festival which is familiar with all countries over the world. Many people plan their holiday at Christmas. Tourist destinations prepare and open to receive visitors on this occasion. Let’s drop by Thailand to explore Christmas occasion in this country.

Tet Holiday (Song Kran festival) is the biggest festival in Thailand. Taking part in this festival and splashing water activity with the locals will be unforgettable experiences that you should try once. These are useful information about Tet holiday in Thailand.

Erawan National Park
Founded in 1975 as Thailands 12th National Park, it is covering an area of km². Located on West Thailand in the Tenasserim Hills of...