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  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Gay couple en route to a party in Bangkok, Thailand

    Songkran 2021: where to party and what to do when things are back to normal next year

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re probably aware of gCircuit’s annual Songkran festival! We’re of course talking about the biggest gay rave in Asia ­– there’s a reason this year’s festivities had been dubbed ‘4 days of splendour’ before organisers decided to pull the event and put the safety of partygoers first. Though…

  • gCircuit Songkran 2020, Bangkok, Thailand

    gCircuit Songkran 2020 is coming to town!

    *Editor’s note, March 2020: G-Circuit 2020 has been postponed. For the most up to date information, please visit their website at www.gcircuit.com The show must go on, right? That’s no doubt what our friends over at gCircuit must be thinking, because once again, they’re brining their legendary party extravaganza – which just so happens to…

  • Gay couple in Thailand

    Now or never – four reasons to visit Thailand in 2020

    With less than two weeks left in 2019, it’s high time to make some plans for the upcoming year. And what could be more exciting than forging travel plans? Now we know it’s a big world and there are a lot of beautiful places to visit, but for LGBT+ travellers, there’s hardly a better (and,…

  • Vegetarian Festival, Thailand

    Veggie wonderland – vegan foods to try during Thailand’s vegetarian festival

    Find yourself in Thailand at the end of September or beginning or October and puzzled by that ubiquitous yellow and red sign outside many restaurants? Don’t be: it’s a local sign for ‘jeh’ food, which loosely translates to the concept of veganism, trading in meat, fish and dairy for an entirely plant-based menu to celebrate…

  • Party, Thailand

    Sign us up: Thailand’s wildest upcoming LGBT+ parties

    Heading to Thailand with your best friend? Lucky you! Whether you’re going to explore Southeast Asia’s original travel destination for the first or for the thirtieth time, there’s always more to discover. But don’t just go for the usual – the Thai kingdom is an excellent place to party, with a never-ending list of unique…

  • 5 ways to celebrate Songkran in Thailand

    January 1st now seems like a date in the distant past, but in Thailand, a new year is just about to begin. ‘Songkran’ as its called is Thai New Year (and a national holiday), celebrated around the 13th April each year. The festival is all about transformational change, the idea being to ‘cleanse’ the old…

  • Elephants 'blessing' the crowd during Songkran in Thailand

    Five Thai festivals and rituals to be part of

    Songkran Probably Thailand’s most well know festival, this three-day celebration marks the Thai New Year. You’ve probably seen scenes of revelry as whole streets are shut to traffic to allow giant water fights. It’s a lot of fun to take part in and a spectacle unlike any other to behold. It’s also an important part…