Before you checkout the blog for details information, take a look at the video I made for Ban Chiang, Udon Thani. It will take you for a short three minutes tour and have a look at the amazing scenery and people in Ban Chiang
My impression of a holiday in Thailand had always been sandy beaches and bustling cities but when I was sent for a blogging project to the Northeast of Thailand, little did I realize I would soon discover a different side to this Kingdom.
I may not be fluent in speaking Thai, but I have at least masterfully learned the skill of sleeping comfortably in a moving vehicle as if it's my bed room. At least, that's what I jokingly thought to myself when, on the way to Chai Nat
When I boarded the plane bound from Copenhagen to Bangkok, I didn’t know quite what to expect from my first trip to Thailand. Fast-forward a week and I’ve been bowled over by the sheer cultural diversity of the country and the kindness of its people.
Laem Sak is one of Thailand's Hidden Gems.It is Located in the southern part of Thailand, Specifically in Krabi. Laem Sak is known for being a fishermen community as well as being a village where three cultures and three beliefs live together in Harmony: Buddhists, Chinese and Muslims.
Hey! My name is Michele aka Mirko. I will take you for a trip around Kanchanaburi province in Thailand. I have been travelling Thailand for so many times and I got the chance to live in Chiang Mai for one year in 2016/17 as an exchange student at Chiang Mai university.
Life begins when you start serving others. And so does the art of "untravelling". To untravel is not just to enjoy new experiences, relish new food and make local friends; it is also to share and exchange knowledge, culture, language, dreams and live the human experience we are all born for.
I have always been very fascinated by humans — their culture, their beliefs, their different ways of living life. I just love learning it all!
When I was asked which Thailand village I wanted to visit Sukhothai called my name.
Less than 2 hours’ drive away from the bustling city of Bangkok lies Ban Laem village. It is an old community founded during the late Ayutthaya period (1350 to 1767) with traditional Thai houses built along the Suphanburi river.
Beautiful scenes of nature, fresh air, hospitable people, and quiet life – all these things come to my mind when I think of the village. Here you can enjoy the natural way of life in full resting from the city bustle.
Experiences through senses can create different perspectives, that people usually never pay attention to, and remind about the basics that receive information to the brain: mouth –the taste, nose – the aroma-, ears – the hearing, eyes - the sight, body - a touch.
Ban Lam Khanun Homestay is located in Trang province, Thailand. The villagers are dedicated to self-sufficiency; they grow their own food and are currently developing ways of harnessing electricity through hydropower and solar power.
A few weeks ago, I was emailed to say that I’d been selected as a finalist for the 2019 Thailand Village Academy, a programme designed to equip young storytellers from around the world to share authentic experiences from some of Thailand’s most amazing villages.
A week ago, I was sitting on a window seat of Thai Airways, staring outside, clueless and wondering about how my trip to Thailand would turn out to be. For a person who had never traveled abroad all alone by herself, my decision of coming to Thailand was a big one.