Category Travel guide

13 Nov

Death Awareness Cafe – around the corner from The Yard

Unless you pay really close attention, it is easy to walk along the street without noticing the entrance or any of the signs. However, once you realise this unique Death Awareness Cafe, which is featured in CNN and Lonely Planet, is “hidden” between the Ari station and The Yard, you might be interested in stepping in […]

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27 Sep

Guest Spotlight: Alistair Walton

What is your name?  Alistair Walton Where are you from? I am from West Sussex in the south of England, between London and Brighton.  Any favourite memories from your travels? My favourite memory so far (just been made now) has been riding scooters up Doi Pui by Chiang Mai; tremendous fun, stunning views, and we […]

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24 Sep

Making Pad Kra Pao with Kring

  Twice a month here at The Yard, we dedicate an evening to teaching guests how to make classic Thai dishes. During our last FREE cooking class, staff memberKring, taught our guests how to make Thailand’s most popular and beloved dish called Pad Kra Pao (ผัดกระเพราไก่) or Basil Stir Fry. You’ll often find it cooked with […]

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16 May

CHATUCHAK WEEKEND MARKET IN BANGKOK

Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok happens every Saturday and Sunday from early morning until late at night. The best time to visit when all the shops are open is between 10am and 5pm. It’s a kind of market you will not see anywhere else in the world. And the best part: it’s pretty near to […]

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16 May

7 ROOFTOP BAR IN BANGKOK (WITH PRICES)

The Sky Bar is a “ must-to-go” for millions of tourist who visit Bangkok every year. But if you don’t know yet, Bangkok is huge and offers plenty of rooftop bar options to relax watching the city lights. If you also want to have an experience that runs away from temples and street food, it’s […]

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16 May

PAI IN THAILAND: QUICK GUIDE

Pai in northern Thailand is a tiny town where massive tourism has not come yet. Who goes to Pai are “good vibes people”, want to relax from noisy cities and enjoy the moment. Negative point? The 762 curves on the way between Chiang Mai and Pai. Maybe you could things there’s nothing to do in […]

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16 May

GUIDE: THINGS TO DO IN CHIANG MAI

Chiang Mai in northern Thailand is a lovely city full of history and tradition. Here is a guide of thing to do in Chiang Mai. TEMPLES IN CHIANG MAI CHEDI LUANG: This temple was built in 1401 and despite the earthquake of 1545, the temple still having elephants carved on the sides. Admission costs 40 […]

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12 May

Half Day Tour: Floating Market & Train Market

Half Day Tour: Floating Market & Train Market   TOUR : Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Mae Klong Train Market TIME:6 hours,  Half Day Tour PRICE: 650 Baht DAMNOEN SADUAK FLOATING MARKET Damnoen Saduak is a village located about 105 km west of Bangkok. The floating market is the best place to learn about traditional Thai […]

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13 Mar

5 Hostel in Chiangmai

Where should I stay in Chiangmai? Whenever I want to go to Chiangmai, my big problem is ‘Where should I stay?’ because there are soooo many hostel in Chiangmai.  Chiangmai is very famous destination between November to February because of  that period is the coldest weather in Thailand. Not only for foreigner, also Thai people […]

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22 Feb

Quick Guide: What to See in Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya is the Venice os East and an island of palaces and pagodas. There are many things to see in Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Thailand. And that’s why we wrote this quick guide! ABOUT AYUTTHAYA Ayutthaya is ancient capital city of Thailand situated about 80km north of Bangkok. The city itself is surrounded with […]

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