One of the most popular vacation spots in Southeast Asia is Phuket, Thailand. Not only are Phuket beaches world famous, the island also has excellent restaurants, with the largest concentration of eateries in Phuket Town, a picturesque district in the provincial capital.
February is a great time to visit Thailand. It is relatively cool and dry, with lots of sunshine and little rainfall. Events include Makha Bucha – an important domestic holiday, Chinese New Year, flower festivals in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, and local festivals in other cities.
Cooking class in Phuket, Thailand: how to make Tom Yam Goong (hot and sour prawn soup) recipe adapted for home cooks
Thai styled Grilled Beef Salad, or Yam Nuea Yang, popular salad in a sweet and sour sauce. There are only a few ingredients, it is easy to prepare, and there is little cleanup. Makes a perfect starter.
Ngongya Spa is the spa at the Proud Phuket hotel in the Nai Yang section of Phuket. Located a 10 minute drive from Phuket International Airport, it offers a full menu of spa treatments and therapies in cheerful surroundings.
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Ang Ku Tea House is one of four food and beverage outlets at the Proud Phuket, a family owned hotel located at short drive from Phuket International Airport. An all-day dining cafe, the eatery serves yummy snacks and lights meals. Pastries are the star of the show!
The advantages of flying domestically, the pros and cons of checking vs. carrying on your luggage, how flying has changed since I was young. Plus: a review of my flight on AirAsia between Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport and Phuket International Airport.
Chiang Rai is the capital of Chiang Rai province in Northern Thailand, where 12 young football players and their coach went missing after setting out to explore a cave. Far from the beaten tourism track, the city is home is several impressive Buddhist temples. Is it worth a visit?
Chiang Rai International Airport serves the Northern Thai province of Chiang Rai, which is Thailand's northern-most province. The airport is also the closest airport to the cave where 12 teenage footballers and their coach went missing.