Tag Archives: Thailand

  • If you love sun, sea and sands, you would love this 4D3N Phuket itinerary that do nothing but beach hopping around Phuket and where to find crystal clear water, white sandy beaches and cheap eats.

  • Instead of sun-bathing in Phuket and Langkawi, the beaches of Krabi provide a cheaper alternative. Here, we managed to find 10 stunning hotels in Krabi for under $100.

  • A wallet-friendly alternative to popular ‘paradise’ destinations such as the Maldives and Bora Bora, Koh Samui is a perfect weekend getaway that offers visitors a chance to relax, rejuvenate and recharge.

  • Friends had warned me about the exorbitant prices of taxis, mini buses & tuk-tuk in Phuket. Here are the tips on how I survived from being ripped off by the operators.

  • Tempted to book a 4D3N Bangkok free and easy package from Zuji.com but not sure what to do there? Not to worry. There are many things you can do there in Bangkok- from Temples visit, party at Ratchada Nightclubs to sign up a street food tasting tour. The best way for a long weekend getaway is to book a 4 days 3 nights Bangkok vacation.

  • Platinum Mall Bangkok is shoppers’ Paradise from clothes to accessories to IT products. Read the 5 shopping tips including which are the hotels located near Platinum Mall and the hotel reviews to save time & money, its opening hours and the nearest train station.

  • Looking for Phuket restaurants with romantic views, offer irresistible cuisine yet affordable. Here’s a list of Phuket restaurants with sunset view, beach view or dinning at hilltop. From Thai cuisine to Italian pizzas to fresh seafood.

  • Phuket nightlife at Patong Beach can be an awesome experience if you’re happy to play dodge the fat western perverts and the objects of their creepy desires.

  • The top 5 tips to backpacking in Southeast Asia to discover the exotic milieu and stunning natural beauty of countries such as Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore.

  • When I think of Phuket, I think of two things: the Tiger Muay Thai Gym, and drinking until I misplace my trousers. These two abiding memories of the island don’t do the place justice.