• The 5 Best Destinations for a Wellness Break (6 minute read)

    A wellness break brings about improvements to your physical or mental health, and often both. This may take the form of goal-oriented breaks such as detox or rehabilitation. Or, it may simply be an excuse to get away and completely relax for a few days. For some people, rehabilitation...

  • 5 Things I Really Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Moved to Bangkok

    Wego helps you search and compare flights, hotels and travel deals from thousands of sites, all in one place. We provide users with best in class travel booking experience through our top rated app and website. Wego is available in 6 continents, 59 countries, 58 currencies and 23 languages. Bangkok is a...

  • 10 Photos That’ll Make You Want to Travel to Thailand

    Whilst you’ll have heard much of Thailand’s tropical beaches and stunning temples, nothing beats seeing this county’s incredible sights for yourself. So if you’re thinking of travelling there, here are 10 stunning Thailand photos that are sure to inspire you to book that flight. View this post on Instagram   A...

  • Top Five Free Things to do in Bangkok

    One of Asia’s most famous cities, Bangkok is the first stop for most travellers arriving in Thailand. But whilst the Thai capital certainly is a must-visit, your time there doesn’t need to break the bank. For those travelling on the cheap, here’s our pick of the best free things...

  • Six Things You Must Do in Chiang Rai

    Thought to be one of the oldest settlements in Thailand, the peaceful city of Chiang Rai is found in the beautiful northern highlands. Although often overlooked in favour of its larger sister Chiang Mai, this city is blessed with ancient culture, beautiful temples and fantastic local cuisine. To give you...

  • Things to See in Kanchanaburi Besides its Famous Bridge (5 minute read)

    Located west of Bangkok, Kanchanaburi draws visitors to see the famous Bridge on the River Kwai. During World War II, Japanese forces used Allied prisoners of war and Asian labourers to build a rail route between Thailand and Myanmar. Many died during the railway’s construction, leading to it being...

  • Six Ruins You Need To See in Ayutthaya (4 minute read)

    Found just 80 kilometres north of Bangkok, Ayutthaya is one of Thailand’s most famous ancient cities. Reigning for around four centuries as the Siamese capital, it was once one of the world’s largest and most cosmopolitan cities. However, Ayutthaya was all but destroyed by the Burmese in the 18th...

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