Category / Inspiration / Art Culture History / Inspiration / Inspiration / Local experiences / Inspiration / Off the beaten track

    Loading posts...
  • Deer is Travelling in Thailand, temples edition

    Deer is Travelling in Thailand: 3 hidden gem temples everyone should check out

    If you love the idea of a Deer is Travelling in Thailand special, you’re in for a treat! It’s Aon  & Lan from Deer is Travelling again – we’re back on GoThaiBeFree after showing you our Phuket guide with another blog post and this time, we would like to show you three temples that may…

  • 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…

  • Rice terraces outside a quaint village in northern Thailand

    Rural rainbow – three reasons LGBT+ travellers should visit the Thai countryside

    Done with Phuket and bored with Bangkok? Just kidding – either seems impossible! And still, a growing number of gay and lesbian visitors to Thailand seek out destinations that go beyond experiencing the Kingdom’s non-stop metropolis and tropical islands. In fact, it’s a trend the travel industry sees across the spectrum of holidaymakers: from backpackers…

  • 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…

  • 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!),…

  • The Giant restaurant, Chiang Mai, Thailand

    With a side of extra – Thailand’s most unique cafés and restaurants

    An old travellers’ saying states that before going on a holiday, you should always punch an extra hole into your belt – and if the journey takes you to Thailand, the expression makes perfect sense! A culinary destination like few others, the Thai Kingdom attracts gourmets from across the globe. Though that’s not to say…

  • 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…

  • Cycling in Thailand

    Back in the saddle: our favourite cycling routes in the Thai Kingdom

    There are few things in life as joyous as whizzing down a path on two wheels, the sun peeping out of the foliage above and a constant breeze in one’s hair as birds and bees dart from tree to tree and flower to flower (we can’t be the only ones?). In spite of competition from…