Sheraton Hua Hin Pranburi Villas | รีวิวเชอราตันวิลล่า ปราณบุรี

Above: A bright day in Pranburi. Our pool villa is glowing under the morning sun. We started our recent road trip to the south by making a two-night, do-nothing stop in Pranburi. For those who are looking for a serious vacation, the one that would make you think of nothing, even the guilty feeling caused by some lingering, unfinished works, Pranburi would be the place I’d recommend. The place is about an hour south from Hua Hin, but...

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Pure + Natural Attractions of Chantaburi, Thailand | เที่ยว กิน ชมธรรมชาติ จันทบุรี

Above: This video highlights Chantaburi’s beautiful nature, captured during our recent ‘Pure Nature’ trip to Chantaburi with the TAT.  So we were in Chantaburi in September. Which, as everyone might have already taken note, was an offseason for this tropical fruit haven. The Tourism Authority of Thailand is now promoting ‘second-tier’ provinces, trying to boost awareness for the smaller, on-the-fringe...

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The Black Durian of Chantaburi | ทุเรียนดำ ของดีของจันทบุรี คืออะไรกัน??

Above: This is not your everyday durian, but the rare and much-coveted ‘black durian’ that fruit orchardists usually keep for themselves and exclusively share with their loved ones. View this post on Instagram The story of the much-coveted black durian of Chantaburi is now on my blog. Link via bio. #durian #thailand #chantaburi #JoyfulChanthaburi #LocalStrength #Thailand #amazinggolocal...

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The Different Sides of Thailand In “One Night Stay with Locals” | โปรแกรม โฮมสเตย์ ทั่วไทย

Above: Dinner at Ban Sam Chong Nuea community in Phang Nga, south of Thailand. Above: Be at one with waters at Pa Tew Community (Bang Son) in Chumphon. Localism is on the rise as evidently in latest get-to-know local program by the Tourism Authority of Thailand. Their newly-launched ‘One Night Stay with Locals’ is packed with 13 new programs that spread from North to South and everything in between. Choose from small villages in Phang...

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Where to Eat in Phuket City (Local + Peranakan Style) – 9 ร้านอร่อยห้ามพลาดในเมืองภูเก็ต

(ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ) The City of Phuket – UNESCO’s 18th City of Gastronomy – is the island’s preserved cluster of cultures. Old streets lined with Anglo-Portuguese shophouses, charming cafes and museums. Plus, this is the place where you can munch on their tasty Peranakan dishes, which are the local adaptations of Chinese-Malay recipes particularly perpetuated throughout the Strait of...

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ธนาคารปู บ้านปลา ประจวบคีรีขันธ์ | Crab Bank + Fish Habitat in Prachuab Khiri khan

(⬇︎ ภาษาไทย ⬇︎) Local fishermen in Thailand are fighting a losing game against the deterioration of marine ecology caused by destructive fishing equipment and over fishery. In this video, we interviewed two fishermen in Prachuab Kirikhan province. One heads the community’s blue swimming crab cooperative that plays an important role sustaining and increasing the crab populations in the area. Another is a young...

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Blue Lotus Hua Hin – When Pastries Become Plant-Based

or plant-based cuisine is still pretty much in its infancy in Thailand, but somehow in Pranburi – the seaside resort town about half an hour south of Hua Hin – there is a serious plant-based culinary school with various courses catering to those looking for some fulfilling and healthy meat-free alternatives to their daily diets. I recently spent a week learning how to make vegan pastries at Blue Lotus Hua Hin‘s plant-based...

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