Exploring Wat Pho, Bangkok : The Birthplace of The Traditional Thai Massage

One of Bangkok’s oldest temples, Wat Pho is a must visit if you love architecture. Built in the 16th century, this vast royal temple complex boasts a splendid design, with towering spires, colourful glazed-tile roofs and grand halls. The temple is home to the largest collection of Buddha’s images in Thailand (over 1,000), the most famous being a 46-metre-long giant reclining Buddha. It is also … Continue reading Exploring Wat Pho, Bangkok : The Birthplace of The Traditional Thai Massage

What To Do At Khao San Road: Bangkok’s Backpacker Mecca

So after years of incredulous looks whenever I tell friends I’ve never been to Bangkok (“but it’s so near!”), I finally got to visit Asia’s City of Angels, The Big Mango; or more notoriously, Sin City. It was a short trip and we barely scratched the surface of what the city has to offer – but N and I enjoyed our time here immensely. Now … Continue reading What To Do At Khao San Road: Bangkok’s Backpacker Mecca

Exploring Phuket’s Historical Old Town District

Phuket may be known for its beautiful sandy beaches and party scene, but if you’re into culture and heritage, then Phuket Old Town is a definite must visit. Comprising several roads including Dibuk (Thai for ‘tin’), Thalang and the narrow but extremely popular alleyway called Soi Romanee, the area is a haven of old shops and hipster cafes, selling everything from artisan ice cream and drinks … Continue reading Exploring Phuket’s Historical Old Town District

Exploring Karon, Phuket After Sundown

Some cultures might find it disrespectful to have a market selling food / knick knacks / random items at a holy site. Not in Phuket though! Held on Tuesdays and Fridays, the Karon Temple Night Market is located within Wat Suwan Khiri Khet at Karon, and is a great place to explore if you’re looking to immerse yourself in the local culture and nab yourself … Continue reading Exploring Karon, Phuket After Sundown

Hotel Review: Movenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket, Thailand

Hey, guys! I recently had the pleasure of staying at Movenpick Resort and Spa Karon Beach, a leading luxury resort in Phuket, ie Thailand’s largest island. They were kind enough to host me for several nights in exchange for a review (while I ran around the island sniffing out stories for work), so a big thank you, especially to the marcomms team! PS: Since I’ve … Continue reading Hotel Review: Movenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket, Thailand

Travel Guide: What To Do In Phuket, Thailand – A 12-Hour Itinerary

Surrounded by the azure blue waters of the Andaman Sea, Phuket is the largest island in Thailand, and one of the country’s most popular tourist spots, renowned for its resorts, beautiful beaches and gorgeous diving and snorkelling spots. My first visit was back in 2015, and it was one of my most enjoyable trips – the island has something catered to everyone, whether you like … Continue reading Travel Guide: What To Do In Phuket, Thailand – A 12-Hour Itinerary

First-time Visit to Thailand: 5 Tips To Keep You Safe

Source Last year, I couldn’t believe it when the Moomikins randomly decided that we were going to take a family trip across the border to Thailand. Of course, I love travelling more than anything else in the world (except maybe pizza), so I was pretty excited. Couldn’t believe that we could simply drive from Malaysia to Thailand in just a few hours… but we did! … Continue reading First-time Visit to Thailand: 5 Tips To Keep You Safe

Food Review: Streat Thai @ Jaya One, Petaling Jaya

It’s been awhile since I last had Thai food, so H & I met up for lunch at Streat Thai, tucked in a corner of The School at Jaya One in PJ. Specialising in Thai street food, the cosy establishment has a casual, canteen-like ambiance with bright chairs, wooden benches for group seating and live action stalls where diners can watch the chefs whip up dishes … Continue reading Food Review: Streat Thai @ Jaya One, Petaling Jaya