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How to find a good hotel in Thailand ?

The cost of accommodation is always one of the most expensive parts of one trip. Going to Thailand is no different, but the good news is that Thailand has generally lower prices for everything including hotels too. Choosing the right hotel can shape your experience but as we’ve said before you don’t need to spend a lot of money to find a nice play to stay while you are in Thailand.
There are many tourists who look only for the most expensive hotels or resorts wherever they go. In our opinion it is not always the price that will determine your experience. In fact finding a good small hotel can sometimes enrich your experience while staying in some country (especially in Thailand). On top of that, you can spend that extra money on some tours or visiting some attractions and the truth is that there are many things that you can do and see in Thailand.
The most important thing to do when choosing a hotel in Thailand is to check its location. Try to find a hotel that is near few attractions that can be visited even on foot. Although the transportation options in Thailand are numerous it is always good to visit some of these interesting places on foot. In this way you can meet local people and see few other things while you are on your way to the attraction.
It is always a good idea to read some online reviews on some popular traveling sites or ask a friend that has recently been in Thailand. Make sure you base your opinion on reviews and recommendations from people who share your views about what a really good vacation/trip is. Most of the hotels have their own websites so make sure you check them before booking a room. If you have certain dilemmas contact the hotel management via e-mail.
By doing this research you will find that Thailand is filled with beautiful and cheap hotels in lovely places. These hotels will be your starting point of an incredible journey called – exploring Thailand.

Muay Thai training in Thailand 2014-07

Thе skill оf Muay Thai hарреnѕ tо gеt thе country’s mоѕt widely uѕеd spectator sport fоr а large number оf years.. It іѕ unique аmоng оthеr types оf fighting disciplines featuring іtѕ approach tо shut quarters fighting. Fighters аrе аblе tо mоrе effectively uѕе thеіr elbows, knees, feet аnd fists thаn іn оthеr martial art .

Thai boxing or Muay Thai from Thailand
Thе sport differs frоm international-style boxing іn large amount оf ways. International boxing аllоwѕ thе program оf јuѕt thе fists, аnd blows ‘below thе belt оr tо thе kidney area аrе illegal аѕ аrе сеrtаіn kinds оf punches. In Muay Thai, thе fighters аrе permitted tо dо аlmоѕt аnуthіng ѕuсh а number оf years аѕ thеу don’t cover thеіr opponent’s face wіth thеіr gloves оr poke thеіr opponent’s eyes bесаuѕе оf thеіr fingers. Thіѕ саn сеrtаіnlу mаkе іt а mоrе dangerous sport whеn соnѕіdеrіng tо participants, but fаr mоrе exciting fоr thе Thai spectators .


Bеfоrе еvеrу match, thе twо main fighters dance аrоund thе ring tо special boxing music. Thе songs pervades thе entire event, bоth uplifting аnd аftеr thе mood аѕѕосіаtеd wіth evening. Thе dance іѕ referred tо аѕ ‘Raam Muay’ оr ‘Wai Kru’ аnd іѕ meant tо honor аnd pay respect tо уоur boxer’s trainer, hіѕ religion, family, sport рluѕ thе ‘fighting spirits’ . Gamblers аnd spectators ѕау thаt thеу соuld bе аblе tеll hоw а fighter wіll dо іn tо thе ring simply bу watching hоw hе performs thе ‘Raam Muay’.

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The situation in Thailand is slowly normalizing, affecting the tourism in a positive way

It’s been around two months since the military took power in Thailand and the world witnessed some unpleasant scenes of empty streets and worried faces in the land of smiles. Probably the most unpopular measure implemented by the military authorities was the curfew. Because of the curfew and the whole political situation the number of tourists in Thailand has significantly dropped resulting in cancelation of many booked rooms and tourist arrangements.

However, the chaotic scenes are now gone and turns are slowly getting back to normal. Ten days ago the military has decided to eliminate the orders for curfew in several popular tourist destinations in Thailand like (Phuket Island, Koh Samui etc.) and few other regions where there were no protests and incidents in the past year. These measures had instant effect because the tourist workers were faced with decreased number of customers, especially those working in the nightlife industry (in the past month the nightlife was practically nonexistent because of the curfew that took place between 10 PM and 5 AM). Since there were no incidents once the curfew was lifted the military decided to completely lift the curfew in all regions. This means that the tourists can now completely enjoy the beauties of Thailand once again. The reason for this newest measure of the authorities is that the threat of violence is gone according to them. However the political protests and gathering are still banned and the increased presence of military personnel in all the major cities and infrastructural objects is visible.

Latest news suggests that the new elections can take place as early as August and that’s certainly good news for tourism as it is for the whole society. The hopes are that the new elections will finally bring some changes and resolution to the 5 year long political crisis in Thailand. A possible positive outcome will probably affect  the economy and tourism in a positive way and Thailand will find a way to exploit all of its natural beauties in a better way!

the pentagon cancelled the military drill

Thailand news

Latest news from Thailand states that the pentagon cancelled the military drill early on Saturday. The Pentagon is working towards restoring the Southeast Asian country’s democracy. It has even cancelled three of its collaboration with the Royal Thai Armed Forces and has also propagated that there are high chances that the U.S military relations would be hampered with Thailand until the democracy is restored.

Rear Adm. John Kirby, the press secretary of Pentagon stated in the news that Thailand would need to reconsider its military relations with the U.S. for the sake of its democracy.

In an attempt to neutralize potential opposition and critics several activists, journalists and academic professionals surrendered themselves and gave in to the military authorities.

Just after a few days of the army seizing power in Thailand’s first every coup in about 8 years, it faced a lot of opposition and protests.

The Senate absorbed its legislative powers and left the institution.

The annual naval exercise consisted of more than 700 U.S. troops that also included ships, sailors, marines and the aircraft.

Kirby, in a news interview stated that they request the Royal Thai Armed Forces to take their next move forward only if it is in the best interest of the country, abiding by the regulations and preserving the democratic rights of its people.

More than 100 people that include some of the top politicians have been detained. The army spokesperson swears that they are all treated very well with no compromise given the situation.

In broadcast news from the Thailand military, the junta called for 35 more eminent people that consisted of politicians and other political activists and some more journalists.


Many military mediator and analysts argue that this is not an attempt of preserving democracy but authoritarianism in its crudest form.

The lasted news from BangkokPost ,  Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha, head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), on Monday promised to alleviate the people’s hardships, with rice farmers high on the list, and then return the country to democracy, but would neither confirm nor deny if he would be interim prime minister.

He was speaking afterattending a ceremony to receive the royal command officially appointing himthe head of the coup junta’s NCPO atarmy headquarters in Bangkok onMonday morning.

Gen Prayuth stressed his belief that the NCPOhad to take control of national administration to solve national problems. He said Thailand had faced serious problems for nine years and the people had suffered from the political situation and the violence over thepast six months.