CENTRAL THAILAND

     

NOT JUST BANGKOK

Ayutthaya | Bangkok | Chumphon | Hua Hin | Prachuap Khiri Khan | Samut Songkhram

Aside from the bustling city of Bangkok, Central Thailand is also home to calm beaches and beautiful countrysides. With an unlimited access to regional and international cuisine, an incredible infrastructure, and endless entertainment venues, Central Thailand is a hub for locals and attracts travelers from around the world.

Chao Phraya Temple | Bangkok Thailand

Bangkok

Prachuap Khiri Khan Thailand

Prachuap Khiri Khan

Samut Songkhram Thailand

Samut Songkhram

Samut Songkhram Thailand

Chumphon

Kanchanaburi Thailand

Kanchanaburi

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Weekend Getaway Trip to Samut Songkhram

Bangkok is a fast paced city so sometimes it's nice to get away and relax in the countryside. Why not take a trip to Samut Songkhram? This province is roughly a 1.5-hour drive southwest of Bangkok and is a good choice if you're looking for an easygoing weekend. While...

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Baan Suan Krua, A Homestay in Samut Songkhram

We love Thailand's homestays for their unique character and personalized service. So when we were introduced to this homestay in Samut Songkhram called Baan Suan Krua, it was love at first sight. In a town not far from the southwestern outskirts of Bangkok, it's the...

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The Famous Maeklong Railway Market

We know that, at least at first glance, many markets in Thailand look the same. But one that definitely stands out is the Maeklong Railway Market. Why? Because it has a train running through the middle of it several times a day. Right down the middle and...

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Our Best Instagram Photos of 2014

We can proudly say that 2014 was our first full calendar year living in Thailand. As we step into 2015, we looked back through our best Instagram photos of 2014 and remembered what made the past year so amazing. #1  New Years at Thapae Gate We started 2014 New Years...

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Exploring the Death Railway in Kanchanaburi, Thailand

A day tour to the sleepy town of Kanchanaburi, Thailand was more than just a touristy trip for us and Chris's visiting parents and grandparents. We took a step into the past and spent a day paying remembrance to the horrific history of the Death Railway. A Short...

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Pak Khlong Talat Market in Bangkok

Pak Khlong Talat is a market in Bangkok well known for its wholesale flowers. However, little is written about the volumes of fresh fruits and vegetables on which Pak Khlong Talat was once established during its reign as Bangkok's largest bulk produce market. During...

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