7 Signs You’re Teaching English in Thailand

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Psst. I’m willing to bet that you’re teaching English in Thailand. You want to know how I know?

And, no. I didn’t stalk your Facebook photos, your Instagram updates of Pad Thai, or your WordPress blog meant to keep in touch with family. (Although, yes, I saw those!)

The truth is that there is just something about the people who teach abroad in Thailand. They love to experience new cultures. They love their jobs. And they love to seek adventure. Continue reading

9 Crucial Travel Tips for Thailand

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Thailand is an extremely fun and easy country to visit, even as a first time traveler. In fact, it was my first trip overseas and I loved it so much I stayed for almost two years! While the tourist trail is quite well-worn, and Thailand has an amazing travel infrastructure to make things super simple, culture shock can still hit.

To make the most of your time, I’ve suggested a few travel tips for Thailand below. Continue reading

7 Popular Places to Visit in Thailand

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Thailand is an extremely diverse country. From trekking and mountains in the north, to a major metropolitan city in the middle, to multitude of island paradises in the south — there’s a LOT to see!

Whether you’re visiting for a week, a month, or even a year or more, these are our top picks for the most popular places to visit in Thailand. Continue reading

10 Best Places to Visit in Thailand You’ve Never Heard Of

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Dreams of Thailand often reveal karst rock formations projecting out of crystal blue waters along its southern shores, or lanterns glowing against a night sky in the northern jewel of Chiang Mai during Loy Krathong, the festival of light. With more than 26 million tourists who flock to these destinations each year, there’s no doubt that places such as Krabi, Phuket and Ayutthaya are worth visiting.

However, if you’ve had your fill of overcrowded tourist markets, party beaches and interpretations of local culture via dinner shows and sidewalk displays, I’ve found there are still a few spots that remain largely untouched, where similar sites can fulfill those cultural, adventurous and scenic fantasies of a paradise nearly to yourself. Continue reading