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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…

  • Lesbian travellers Once Upon A Journey in Bangkok, Thailand

    Favourite experiences in Thailand – the ultimate list by lesbian travellers Once Upon A Journey

    Is Thailand already on your travel bucket list? Or did you, like us, already visit this fantastic country many times? If Thailand isn’t on your travel bucket list yet, make sure to put it on there as soon as possible. You will fall in love with this beautiful country full of kind and welcoming people…

  • A Buddha statue is purified during Songkran in Thailand

    Songkran in Thailand – the ultimate guide to understanding the Kingdom’s New Year’s Celebrations

    Among the world’s most fun and exuberant New Year’s celebrations, Songkran in Thailand is a festival for the senses and an experience to make memories that last a lifetime. The national holiday is celebrated each 13 April and followed by joyful festivities that last two days and span the entire Kingdom, from the northern city…

  • Once Upon A Journey on a boat tour on Udon Thani's Red Lotus Lake, Thailand

    Favourite places in Thailand to visit – tips by lesbian travellers Once Upon A Journey

    Thailand is an amazing country to visit! We always love exploring Thailand; we can’t get enough of this beautiful and welcoming country. And it has so much to offer! After more than 8 visits, we can say we’ve seen quite a lot of gay and lesbian places in Thailand, but there’s still so much more…

  • A natural landscape, preserved by eco-tourism in Thailand

    Eco-tourism in Thailand – four responsible ways to make magical discoveries in the Kingdom

    Looking to make a green mark on your next vacation? You’ve come to the right place: eco-tourism in Thailand has truly taken off over the last two decades, and an increasing number of destinations across the Kingdom offer visitors unforgettable experiences to contribute to and become involved in sustaining Thailand’s nature and traditions. LGBT+ travellers…

  • 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…

  • Andy Warhol painting

    Last chance – see gay icon Andy Warhol’s work in Bangkok

    In Bangkok and in the mood for culture? We’ve got just the ticket for you: It’s impossible not to be mesmerised by Andy Warhol’s extensive catalogue of works, but beyond the cult artist’s depictions of fame and, well, everyday products picked up from his local supermarket, Warhol is also known for his very own portrayal…

  • Monks launch lanterns into the air for Loy Krathong festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Time to celebrate – the best places to visit for Loy Krathong in Thailand

    It’s an ancient tradition but it never gets old: on the evening of the full moon on the twelfth month of Thailand’s traditional calendar, usually in November, Thais from all across the country come together to celebrate Loy Krathong. The Kingdom’s most famous festival alongside Songkran, this is a celebration of leaving the past where…

  • A Buddhist temple sits next to the Chao Phraya River in Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand

    Thonburi time out – exploring a little-visited side of Bangkok

    You just can’t go wrong with Bangkok. The world’s most visited city for several years in a row, the Thai capital is as diverse as it is thrilling. LGBT+ travellers fly into town to explore the legendary nightlife of Silom, the marvellous temples of Ko Rattanakosin, and the mouthwatering delicacies on offer in the streets…

  • 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…