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.

 

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The Best Blog Posts from the Last Few Days

  • How to not give up this time.. even if you already did
    Do you feel frustrated with yourself? Maybe you already broke your “resolution” for the new year or you “gave in” to Netflix and wine instead of what you thought you should be doing. Maybe you didn’t write down any goals but you still feel “the same” and you can’t figure out why? Or did you go in full force and… ... read more
    Source: Explore, Absorb, Cherish
  • YouTube Channel: Fluent in Thai by Narisa Naropakorn
    Years ago, after getting fed up with the timesink of studying Thai courses only to be told that the phrases I worked so very hard to learn were incorrect (often laughable), I went searching for a Thai teacher who taught real Thai. Not the Faranged Thai or old-fashioned overly formal Thai found in some courses, but real, honest… ... read more
    Source: A Woman Learning Thai… and some men too
  • Old things in Thailand
    When I walked to the toilets of the school in our village I was not very impressed by the quality and hygiene. But when taking a piss I saw the old toilets and I was very happy they were not in use anymore.What reminded me of the fact that you see many times a new building (house / temple /… ... read more
    Source: Walking in the Footsteps of Chang Noi
  • A Black and White Interview with Bangkok Entertainer Kevin Wood
    Kevin Wood is a talented man. I first met him at Checkinn99 four years ago. I got to know him a little bit during a rehearsal for a live performance he was directing and starring in for the The Rocky Horror Show. As he admits in this lengthy interview he is not one for small talk. So we went for… ... read more
    Source: Thailand Footprint
  • Train stations in Thailand, last station Hua Lumphon in Bangkok
    Hua Lumphon train station in BangkokI love traveling by train, it goes slow and it brings you in contact with real life in Thailand. So I took the early day train from Bangkok to Khon Kaen. It was a wonderful trip and I arrived in the afternoon. Along the way drinks & food was sold and I could walk around… ... read more
    Source: Walking in the Footsteps of Chang Noi

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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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