Places in Ko Chang & Eastern Seaboard
A major transit point for Ko Chang and coastal Cambodia, Trat's provincial charms are underappreciated. The guesthouse neighbourhood occupies an atmospheric wooden shophouse district, bisected by winding sois and filled with typical Thai street life: kids riding bikes, housewives running errands, small businesses selling trinkets and necessities.
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Tips and articles
Thailand’s islands: where to escape the crowds
Whether it is riding in the back of an open tuk-tuk or racing across the waves in a longtail boat, a journey through Thailand’s islands always feels like a real adventure...
Short break in Bangkok: 3 tailored itineraries
Bangkok has a reputation as an intimidating city. So much so that many travellers decide to give it a miss – or at least short shrift – en route to the islands or up north...
Beyond the street stalls: where else to eat in Bangkok
Read just about any article about eating in Bangkok, and you’ll find gushing references to the glories of the city’s street food...
Bangkok shopping: making the most of Chatuchak Weekend Market
Spanning an incredible 35 acres of shopping, with more than 8000 stalls tucked into dozens of tiny narrow sois (lanes) that pull some 200,000 shoppers, browsers and buskers, Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market is one o...