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  • Pristine rainforest in the jungles outside Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Conscious comes first – four ways to enjoy a sustainably-minded trip to Thailand

    Dreaming of a tropical getaway to Thailand but don’t want to compromise on your green credentials? Fret not: with sustainable travel being all the rage, an increasing number of tour operators and hotels cater to conscious tourists across the Kingdom – from eco-resorts to multi-day treks supporting local communities! But there are even more ways…

  • 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…

  • Artbox market, Bangkok

    Getting festive: where to shop for magical Christmas presents in Thailand

    Okay, let’s get one thing straight: Thailand might be a Buddhist country for the most part, but that doesn’t mean Christmas isn’t big around the Southeast Asian Kingdom! From Bangkok to Phuket, locals and ex-pats rejoice in the jolly treats of the holiday season, with many of the capital’s malls being decked in festive lights…

  • Four Seasons Tented Camp, Golden Triangle, Thailand

    The suite life – live like royalty at Thailand’s LGBT-friendly luxury hotels

    Firmly placed among the top ranks of the most naturally blessed countries on the planet, Thailand no doubt has a reputation of being all about the oh-so-great outdoors. But no matter how pristine the kingdom’s beaches and how ancient its lush rainforests, you’ll hardly want to bed down in the open (there’s no air-con…). When…

  • Bangkok shopping

    Young creators – where to shop Thailand’s emerging fashion brands

    Paris, London, Milan and… Bangkok? The Thai capital might not be quite up there with the world’s fashion capitals, but its young designers have been making quite a splash as of late. And it’s not surprising: Thailand has always had style – think the ornate, traditional wrap-around cloths we know as sabais or panungs –…

  • Sky Bar at Lebua State Tower, Bangkok, Thailand

    Take it to the roof: Bangkok’s most dizzying sky bars

    A city of superlatives, there’s little Bangkok can’t do. From glistening temples to heady markets, the Thai capital is one huge playground for visitors. It’s impossible to get bored here; especially seeing the ‘city of angels’ constantly changes, embracing new trends from around the world. One such trend has (quite literally) gone straight through the…

  • Food at local market, Thailand

    Hidden gems: less visited markets every traveller should visit in Thailand

    The movies tend to have visitors believe Thailand is all about beaches, parties and the combination of the two. Ask anyone who’s actually travelled to the country, however, and they’ll tell you the most quintessentially Thai experience might just be strolling down a market!   In fact, heading down to the ‘talad’ is a vital…

  • Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

    4 ways to get into queer art in Thailand

    Thailand is a feast for the eyes. Its beauty extends from its tropical landscapes down to the warmth of its ubiquitous smiles. Unsurprisingly, the Kingdom’s arts are reflective of this charm: its creative traditions include crafts, ceremonial music and religious depictions – think shadow puppets and the intricate murals decorating Bangkok’s Grand Palace. Adding to…

  • Sala Koh Samui Hotel

    Vacation by design – five fab design hotels in Koh Samui

    Koh Samui’s natural beauty and swathes of white sand beaches attract travelers looking to rest and relax. But there’s also plenty of offer for the style savvy LGBT+ visitor, as it’s home to some stunning and innovative resorts, each with their own distinct personality. There’s something for all tastes: those who like the quirky and…

  • Interior of Namsah Bottling Trust, a restaurant in Bangkok

    Five things to do in Bangkok after dark

    Bangkok is known as international party destination, drawing a cosmopolitan crowd of fun-seekers. Equally, there’s a thriving gay scene, both locals and visitors alike flocking to the gayborhoods of Silom Soi 2 and 4 every night of the week. It’s a lot of fun and a great place to start a trip to the city.…