Thai New Year to be celebrated traditional way

For this year’s Songkran, officials allow all traditional activities to be held as usual. These include religious practices and ceremonies; such as, sprinkling water on Buddha statues and pouring water onto the elderly’s palms to ask for their blessings.

Real Life Phuket

Phuket to reopen to vaccinated foreign tourists

Thai officials have approved Phuket reopening to foreign tourists by first reducing and then fully...

Real Life Phuket

Eat like a local: Thai egg dishes

Egg dishes are known as common food for single males, students and other people who don't want to spend too much time cooking. Yet, they can be delicious and Thai egg treats are a brilliant example of this.

RL Street Eater

International schools in Phuket. Part 4. The end

Staying in Phuket with kids? Then check out our review of internationals schools of the island.

Lina Krengel

Phuket villa quarantine celebrated as success. Is Thailand ready for reopening?

The villa quarantine model has been successfully tested at Phuket's renowned Sri Panwa Resort and now is ready to be rolled out in other Thai provinces from April.

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International schools in Phuket. Part 3

Staying in Phuket with kids? Then check out our review of internationals schools of the island.

Lina Krengel

Thailand to study COVID passports for tourists, business calls for reopening from July 1

Thai authorities are now again looking into accepting Covid-19 vaccination passports for international travelers, as the country seeks to revive its tourism industry battered by coronavirus.

Real Life Phuket

Plastic pollution of the beach. Stop it!

As we all know, people all over the world became more aware of plastic pollution and are trying to...

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Phuket rolls out new events for 2021

As everybody is well aware, the awful COVID-19 pandemic hit Thai hospitality business especially...

Real Life Phuket

Thailand to become the World's Third Superyacht Destination – Finally...

Foreign-flagged visiting superyachts will from now on be welcome to spend the winter seasons in Thai waters and offer their yachts for charter there without having to pay VAT on the value of the vessel.

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