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  • Kids capital – fun Bangkok places to visit with the little ones

    Bustling markets, high-tech amusement parks and world-class shopping: Bangkok isn’t short of places to discover for children of all ages. In fact, the Thai capital offers a remarkable amount of entertainment options for kids, which – no doubt – can be ascribed to the special place children occupy within Thai society. LGBT+ families love visiting…

  • 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…

  • Children in the sea, Thailand

    Rainbow-coloured getaway: Three reasons children of LGBT+ families will love Thailand

    Visiting Thailand with the little ones? You’ve made an excellent choice: the tropical Kingdom has been a dream destination for families for decades and it’s easy to see why. In Koh Samui, you’ll find some of the most picture-perfect beaches in the world, ideal for flying kites and building sandcastles, while up in Chiang Mai,…

  • Christmas by the beach, Thailand

    Tis the season – how to do Christmas in Thailand

    Find yourself in the land of smiles over the holidays? Lucky you! Thailand has long been a tropical refuge for those who shy away from winter (anyone else need a break from the snow?) or the extended family. Though whether you visit solo or with your partner and the kids in tow, you’re in for…

  • Child playing at beach, Thailand

    Fun for the little ones – Thailand’s most family-friendly beaches

    What’s better than a day at the beach with the kids? Right: a day at the beach with the kids in Thailand! Southeast Asia’s original holiday destination offers more stretches of sand than children can count on both their hands and feet together, not that maths were a priority when your toes are buried in…

  • Wat Phra Khao Yai, Big Buddha Hill, Pattaya, Thailand

    A new take on Pattaya – a culture lover’s trip to party central

    Let’s not beat around the bush: Pattaya is one of Asia’s most legendary party destinations. The celebrations in its lively bars have been going on for decades and LGBT+ travellers have been left, right and centre on Pattaya’s party scene. With Boyztown, the city even established its own, designated gaybourhood! But there’s more to the…

  • Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Country roads: four reasons to go trekking in Thailand

    What does Thailand have in common with Canada, Norway and New Zealand? Well, not a whole lot on the surface. But the Southeast Asian kingdom easily matches any of those countries (and many others) in the trekking category – whilst offering a totally unique hiking experience! Whether you explore the ever-green hills of the north,…

  • Erawan Museum, Thailand

    Museum day – Thailand’s quirkiest exhibition spaces

    Though popular hot spots for queer travellers, the LGBT+ venues lining the streets of Bangkok and Phuket aren’t the only places of ‘queer’ culture in Thailand: there is a good deal of unusual and downright bizarre attractions in the country, some of which we’ve covered before. And who would be surprised? Thailand is home to…

  • Gibbon, Phuket, Thailand

    Came to sustain: eco-friendly ideas for a greener Thai holiday

    Thailand is often said to have it all. More than anything else, however, the country’s natural wonders are the stuff traveller’s dreams are made of: who wouldn’t get excited about the prospect of fresh coconut juice, ivory beaches and clear ocean waters? Beyond the kingdom’s coastline – which stretches for a remarkable 1,660 kilometres –…

  • Wat Rong Khun, Chiang Rai

    Stranger Things – weird and wonderful places to see in Thailand

    Thailand has its fair share of sublime, untouched and simply beautiful places. But it’s the bizarre corners of any country that often make for the best travel anecdotes! Whether you’re a first-time visitor to the Kingdom, or you find yourself on Thailand’s shores every other month – you’re sure to stop and stare when you…