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  • Two weeks in Phuket are easily filled with plenty of things to do

    Two weeks in Phuket – 14 things to do for 14 days in paradise

    Heard the news? Of course, you have. Thailand’s largest and perhaps most vibrant island has officially reopened to fully vaccinated travellers without the need to quarantine! While some LGBTQ+ holidaymakers have already rocked up to Phuket’s shores, others are still planning their stay – and it’s understandable you’d want to spend some time thinking about…

  • Celebrating Pride in paradise, Thailand

    Pride in paradise – proud experiences to enjoy in Thailand

    As members of the beautifully diverse and joyful LGBT+ community, everyone has to right to feel proud about who they are, how they identify and whom they love, 365 days a year. But during Pride month, the world’s queer population celebrates not only what makes the community fabulous, but also how far it has come…

  • Influencers in Thailand

    Gays gone wild – LGBT+ influencers in Thailand

    Lovingly referred to as the ‘land of 1000 smiles’, Thailand is one of the world’s most welcoming destinations and, as if that wasn’t reason enough to visit the Kingdom, it’s also known as a treasure trove for anyone looking for adventure, natural beauty, ancient culture and bustling nightlife. Needless to say, Instagram influencers have long…

  • Gay couple visiting Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Return to Thailand – why a trip to the Kingdom might be better than ever in 2021

    Okay, let’s face it: 2020 wasn’t exactly the best year in travel, even in Thailand. But thanks to recent, promising developments on vaccine research that would help the world get back on its feet after the coronavirus pandemic, it’s now looking as though people from across the globe might be able to feed their wanderlust…

  • A gay couple practising Muay Thai boxing during their vacation, Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Sporty Spice – fun and adventurous sports to try on a Thai vacation

    Are you the kind that can’t sit still for too long? And you’ve been planning an adventurous trip to Thailand? Let us congratulate you on a smart decision: the Southeast Asian nation is a treasure trove of experiential travel, with rainforest excursions and multi-day treks leading the way for thrill-seeking tourists.  But beyond that, there…

  • Volunteers form a heart with their hands whilst on duty in Thailand

    A helping hand – Thailand’s most rewarding NGO volunteering opportunities

    In recent years, Thailand has seen an influx of fabulous tourism trends, but perhaps our favourite by far is one that takes travellers beyond the usual holiday experience: ‘voluntourism’ and the chance to give back make for an enriched and rewarding stay in the Kingdom, and it can mean everything from teaching kids to walking…

  • The highest point of Thong Pha Phum National Park, Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand

    Walk in the park – visit Thailand’s lesser-known but equally stunning national parks

    Stunning scenery, the healing qualities of being in nature and the chance to spot some of the world’s most elusive animal species: a visit to a national park is high on the priorities list for many visitors to Thailand. And seeing the country has just under 150 parks to offer (yes, you read that right!),…

  • Ang Thong National Marine Park near Koh Samui, Surat Thani Province, Thailand

    To each their own – four ways to explore the Gulf of Thailand

    The Gulf of Thailand – few destinations in the Kingdom conjure up a more paradise-like image, with half-moon-shaped crescents of powdery beach, crystal-clear waters and coconut-bearing palm trees along its endless shores. What, that’s not what you’re seeing? That must be because the region, which includes the famous islands of Koh Tao, Koh Phangan, Koh…

  • Elephants in Thailand

    Animal Kingdom: four ethical ways to meet Thailand’s fascinating wildlife

    Let’s face it: Thailand is home to some of the most amazing wildlife in the world. From the glaringly coloured Tokay gecko and majestic Manta rays to, of course, the Asian elephant. While we don’t recommend visiting just any animal attraction, we do think that those with a clear focus on conservation and rehabilitation deserve…

  • Gay couple enjoying a tuk tuk ride in Bangkok, Thailand

    Four fun activities for modern couples visiting Thailand

    When visiting the Thai Kingdom, many travelling couples’ main concern is figuring out what they can’t afford to miss – there’s so much to do in the country, lovebirds are literally spoiled for choice. One way of planning out your romantic (but fun!) getaway to the tropics is to go beyond the obvious tourist attractions…