Thailand

Got a trip to Thailand coming up? Check out the advice, stories and tips I can offer thanks to my several trips there, which have seen me visit the cities of Bangkok and Pattaya; the islands of Koh Mak, Koh Larn and Koh Sak; and participate in medical tourism in Thailand.

Phuket Is More Than Just a Beautiful Beach

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Phuket boasts more than a hundred kilometers of coastline, but is much more than just a beautiful beach destination.

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A Big Bangkok Surprise

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I’ve been to Bangkok 14 times and stayed at dozens of hotels during those trips. So how is it that one of the city’s finest eluded me until now?

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Oops…I Did it Again!

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Amazing Thailand, as the marketing slogan goes, always amazes me, no matter how many times I go.

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Which Thai Island is Right For You?

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Whether you’re a party fiend looking to get freaky, a nature lover in search of solace or somewhere in-between, continue reading to learn which Thai island is right for you.

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#IStandWithThailand – Will You Join Me?

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In the wake of the Bangkok bombing on August 17, many questions are being asked – for one, “Is Thailand safe?” The answer is yes, and here’s why.

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The Ghost of Paradise Past

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Thailand feels new – it is me who feels old.

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The Pinkest Place on the Planet

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The otherworldly Red Lotus Sea (whose flowers are actually pink and are technically water lilies) is the antithesis to the idea of Thailand being ordinary.

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Floating Above Thailand’s City of Angels

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My recent visit to Thailand was my eighth, but I found myself surprised by how much I still had to learn from a place I thought I knew so well.

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