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

  • Eight Long Weekends in Thailand During 2015
    During 2015, there are eight long weekends in Thailand. These are as follows: Chakri Day:  Saturday 4th April to Monday 6th April 2015 Songkran: Saturday 11th April to Wednesday 15th April 2015 May Day Holiday: Friday 1st  May to Sunday 3rd May 2015 Visakha Bucha Day: Saturday 30th May to Monday 1st June 2015 Asanha Bucha & Khao Phansa: Thursday 30th July to Sunday 2nd August 2015 Chulalongkorn... read more
    Source: Richard Barrow in Thailand
  • Thai Bites Live Event: Road to Fluency
    Thai Bites Live Event: Road to Fluency… On the Sixth of August, Stuart Jay Raj from Jcademy, along with Arthit Juyaso (Duke Language School) and Mike Campbell (Glossika Language Training), will hold a Thai Bites Live Event at the Aloft Hotel, Sukhumvit Soi 11, Bangkok. Admission and drinks are free – reserve early as there are only 80 seats available.... read more
    Source: A Woman Learning Thai… and some men too
  • Problems with Staying Focused Prevent Me from Learning Thai
    Week 10 of my Six Month Attempt to Speak Fluent Thai It has become apparent to me this last week that it is my inability to stay focused that has been my biggest barrier to learning Thai. I’m easily distracted, and I can zone-out for disturbingly long periods of time without even realizing it. It means during my study time,... read more
    Source: Life, Health, and Addiction Recovery in Thailand
  • Eastern & Oriental Express Train Derails in Thailand
    On Sunday morning at about 10:30 a.m., the Eastern & Oriental Express going from Singapore to Bangkok derailed in Bangpong district of Ratchaburi Province. Two Japanese female tourists were slightly injured. The incident took place between Sakosinarai and Luk Kae stations. The two injured were sent to local hoispitals and the remainder of the passengers continued their journey by coach. Tickets for this... read more
    Source: Richard Barrow in Thailand
  • I’ve been discontinued.
    So, I signed this petition (I’ve been signing petitions lately.). This one is by 18 Million Rising because American Girl® doll cancelled their only Asian American doll. 18MR basically wants American Girl® to create another doll that looks like us. Originally, I heard about this campaign through This Flooded Sky, and I thought, “Hey, this […]... read more
    Source: Life, The Universe and Lani

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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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