The Unspoken Rules of Driving in Bangkok

Driving in Bangkok is all about the art of overtaking and cutting corners, for the sheer pleasure of saving five minutes in travel time. And the truth is, we Bangkokians have all given into these subconscious driving etiquettes at one point or another! Read More …

Transportation Overload

Bangkok is a heavily congested city, with way too many cars for its own good. Luckily we also have an abundance of public and private transportation options to cater to all of our needs and moods. Whether we chose a transport option based on price, comfort, time sensitivity, or just for the fun of experiencing it, Bangkok has an overflowing amount of them! Read More …

Get it at the Market

If there’s one thing you can be rest assured that Bangkok does well, its the markets. There are easily a 100 different markets all around town in Bangkok, and I’m not even exaggerating. As a tourist, choosing the right markets to go to can get quite challenging, so we’re here to help you out and give you a local insider perspective of our favourite 5 markets in Bangkok. Read More …

Off to the Temple!

When I think of being a true Bangkokian, I immediately think about being acquainted with Bangkok’s typical lifestyle – getting stuck in traffic, being part of the congestion on the BTS, taking in the smell of fish-sauce, enjoying the night-life and more – don’t get me wrong, these aspects are too part of Bangkok but what I was missing out on was the culture and beauty that is Bangkok. Read More …

Taboos & Lucky Charms

Thai people have superstitions and beliefs in different things so understanding the myths, taboos, superstitions or lucky charms will help you get a grasp on all kinds of cultural oddities. As some might say that cutting hair on a Wednesday is considered unlucky, or a certain number is considered lucky…you start to wonder which ones are true? Read More …