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Thailand toilet etiquette

Taking a shit in Thailand is different to western toilet so check out some Thailand toilet etiquette. Simple really, but it’s mystery is how Thai people can do their duty, use the water spray to clean up (with no toilet paper or towels) and then exit the facilities without water running down their legs or…

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Asiatique Riverfront Markets

Located at Bang Kho Laem in Bangkok, Asiatique has combined two of the most popular experiences in Thailand, a night market and a shopping mall. Located 10 minutes downriver from Saphan Taksin BTS station, the Asiatique Bazaar, opened in 2012, was originally a international trade port and has been rebuilt to house a diverse range…

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Aussie Travel Visa for Thailand

Now if you traveling to Thailand from Australia the duration of your stay is what is going to dictate how you organise a Visa. Let say your just coming for a quick holiday away from reality, up to 1 month stay so you can get back to your boring life, shitty routine and crappy job….

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Thai language basics will go a long way

Thai basics make a huge difference. How nice is it when someone genuinely says hello to you? Feels good right? So why not extend that respect to people in Thailand by learning to say hello before you arrive. By learning simple Thai language basics, you can make even the hardest of situations lighter, easier and…

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Do’s and don’t for Thailand – Respect Thai culture

We all intend to make the most of our opportunity to travel to Thailand, but setting foot in this Asian land can get you into all sorts of shit if you’re not prepared with some basic tools. Many travelers will find it hard navigating even some of the most basic of tasks in this new…

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Erawan Falls Kanchanaburi

Fish nibbling at your bits at Erawan Falls

Located in Kanchanaburi province, Erawan falls has 7 levels dropping down over 1’500 metres and is considered one of the more beautiful falls in Thailand. You can venture into some of the pools created by the falls for a chilling afternoon swim provided your not afraid of the fish that live in these unique pools….

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Respect the Thai culture FFS!!

I am so sick and tired of seeing tourists behaving like arseholes!! Now I’m not just talking about Aussies here, I’m talking about all nationalities. Why is it that they all feel that just because they have paid to do a tour or enter a tourist center, that it suddenly gives them rights to behave…

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Living in Thailand on $1000AUD per month

Can it be done? HELL YES! Ok so living in Thailand is a totally different experience to living in a western country. There’s plenty plenty of fores and against. One of the major driving factors living in an Asian environment like Thailand is simply the cost of living. When I look at how much I…

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Death Train in Kanchanaburi Province Thailand

Probably part of your Thailand adventure will be to jump aboard the notorious The Burma Railway, also known as the notorious Death Train in Kanchanaburi or Death Railway. The railway was a 415 kilometers railway between Ban Pong, Thailand, and Thanbyuzayat, Burma, built by the Empire of Japan in 1943 to support its forces in…

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Karen Long neck Tribe of Chiang Mai

For some tourists and back packers, visiting the Karen Long neck Tribe women, or long necks is just another photo opportunity for them in their Thailand adventure. There are even many tourist operators who stop at these hill tribes in the northern jungles just for photo opportunities for a price. But would you really take…

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