Whether you’re looking to get a behind-the-scenes peek at one of Thailand’s many ornate temples or want to get to slip off the beaten track and explore one of the tiny villages that dot the remote landscape, there is no shortage of cultural experience to satisfy your adventurous spirit.

Helping to build squid traps, learning to weave Nipa Palm leaves, walking through the colourful specimens at an Orchid Farm, or even enjoying a homestay with a local family – a cultural holiday in Thailand leaves you with a deeper understanding of the country and its people. 

Chiang Rai – Northern Thailand

Chiang Rai - Northern Thailand Thailand’s Northernmost province, Chiang Rai is located in the dramatically mountainous landscape that borders Laos and Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. [...]

Chiang Mai – Northern Thailand

Destination Thailand - Chiang Mai Chiang Mai is located on the banks of the Ping River in a lush green valley in Northern Thailand. Founded in 1296 as [...]

Koh Lanta – South Thailand

Koh Lanta - Thailand Located just 70km from Krabi in the Andaman Sea, Koh Lanta is one of Thailand’s islands best suited to the traveller who’s seeking a peaceful, [...]

Isaan – North Eastern Thailand

North Eastern Thailand - Isaan Since the beginning of the 20th century, North Eastern Thailand has loosely been referred to as Isaan. Pronounced ‘ee-san’, the word comes from the [...]


Ayutthaya Thailand An ancient city, Ayutthaya is set about 80 kilometres north of Bangkok and was the first capital of the Kingdom of Siam and a flourishing international [...]

Bangkoks Golden Buddha

The Legend of the Golden Buddha, Bangkok. While many Buddha images in Thailand may be gilded or embossed, the Golden Buddha in Bangkok’s Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan – also [...]

Bangkoks Flower Market

Bangkok’s Colourful Flower Market, a delightful triumph of colour. As the biggest flower market in Bangkok, Pak Khlong Talat is the best place to go to be engulfed by [...]

Covid-19 Update

The concerns over coronavirus (Covid-19) continue to affect anybody with travel plans, whether it be to Thailand or any other part of the world. Because the situation is fluid, [...]

Thailand Festivals

April festivals in Thailand As Thailand sees a gradual return of events and festivals, all with strict COVID-19 protocols in place, it’s time to take note of those that [...]

My visit to Chiang Mai

Highlights from Dawn Jorgensen's visit to Chiang Mai Northern Thailand’s Chiang Mai is an iconic Thai town surrounded by the walls of the Old City, with ornate temples and [...]

A Green prospective of Thailand

A Green prospective of Thailands culture and traditions There’s a strong smell of incense as I enter the temple, the sweet spicy aroma wafting gently on the warm air. [...]

Thailand gets under your skin

Thailand gets under your skin and invades all your senses in the most delightful way. The Land of Smiles will make you smile, inside and out. The Bangkok skyline [...]

Thailand. A Sensory Extravaganza.

Thailand delivers a most incredible sensory extravaganza. From the moment you step off the plane you’re instantly overwhelmed by the heat, smells, sights and sounds. The traffic, warmth, colours and [...]

Thailand’s Richest Blessings

'Peace is a state of mind ...' Buddha Of all the moments shared and beautiful places explored on my visits to Thailand, I reflect mostly on how enriched my life [...]

Thai Festivals in the third quarter of the year

Attending one of Thailand’s local festivals guarantees sensory insight into the country’s traditions and is bound to see you fully immersed into the culture of floating lanterns, ancient rituals, embellished [...]


Travel with Cape Town Diva – written by Allison Foat If you’re in Thailand, be sure to factor Chiang Mai into your itinerary. Rated as the country’s cultural capital, it’s [...]

2020: A year of Thai festivals (part 3)

Celebrating our way from September to December We’re in the final stretch of the year and there is no sign we’re slowing down.  In fact, we’re speeding up, as the [...]

2020: A year of Thai festivals (part 2)

Celebrating our way from May to August It’s not just Thailand’s weather that heats up from May to August.  The middle of the year sees some of the hottest festivals [...]

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