Voices from Thailand

We are on the Internet every day looking for quality articles and blogs about Thailand. Click on the link above for Thailand Bloggers to see who we have found so far. You can also Search Blogs by Tags to find a subject that you are interested in. If you are the author of an English language blog about Thailand you are welcome to Submit It to our directory.



The Best Blog Posts from the Last Few Days

  • Chiang Mai versus Siem Reap: an expat’s guide
    Chiang Mai ,Thailand (L) versus Siem Reap, Cambodia (R) roads.Folks have been asking for this one for a long time, but I never felt ready until my latest Thailand visit. Originally, I was going to do a Thailand versus Cambodia post, but then I realized both countries can be quite varied depending on where you are at. So, it made… ... read more
    Source: Life, The Universe and Lani
  • Making comments
    For all my 5 readers .... since today you can also make comments. But due to the strict laws of Thailand the comments will have to be approved by one of the moderators (me, myself and The Little Elephant).Still have to figure out how to block Anonymous comments. ... read more
    Source: Walking in the Footsteps of Chang Noi
  • Updating my Map of Thailand
    In the past days I have been updating "The Little Elephants Map of Thailand" and there are now 119 Hotels & Resort, 163 Tourist Attractions, 35 Transport Hub's and 70 Restaurants & Coffee shops.Click HERE to see the full map in Google Maps. ... read more
    Source: Walking in the Footsteps of Chang Noi
  • Names of places and provinces in Thailand
    Thailand is divided in 77 provinces (Changwats). And every province is divided in districts (Amphurs). And every district is divided in sub-districts (Tambons). Now there might be sometimes some confusing because a place name is only within it's district unique. And some place names look like the same. And some place names have multiple names (old & new).And to make… ... read more
    Source: Walking in the Footsteps of Chang Noi
  • Andrew Biggs (Thai Memories): Returning to Gor Gai (ก ไก่)
    This week I completed a circle that has taken me 23 years. I returned to my roots. I returned to GOR GAI (ก ไก่). That’s the first letter of the Thai alphabet, and if you’re unhappy about all those capital letters jumping out at you on Sunday morning, be thankful you’ve even got that. I have a great respect… ... read more
    Source: A Woman Learning Thai… and some men too

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Top 5 Blogs from Thailand

Thailand VoiceThe blogs featured below are the five that send us the most traffic each month to either ThailandVoice.com or RichardBarrow.com or both.

Thailand Blogs
Thai Sabai
A Woman Learning Thai… and some men too
Learning Thai: Navigating the New Culture Frontier
Farang Rak Thai: Thailand Expat Photo Blog

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