Trip to Samui and Pha NganMay 5, 2019
Ko Samui is an island on the east cost of Thailand and it’s a second biggest island in Thai kingdom. Pha Ngan is a much smaller island not far from Ko Samui and it’s mostly known for its Full Moon Party which is being hosted there once a month. I’d got a lot of positive feedback about those islands from my friends so I finally decided to visit Ko Samui and Pha Ngan for a few days.
Cost of Living in PhuketJanuary 27, 2019
Thailand has been a popular destination for the remote workforce in the last decade, mostly because it can offer a good mix of warm weather, reasonable prices and welcoming culture. There are many countries with similar climate and cheaper prices but their infrastructure is usually pretty bad so they might not have well-equipped hospitals, big shopping malls, high-speed Internet connection and so on.
How to Stay in Thailand Long-TermSeptember 4, 2018
I’ve been living in Thailand for a few years and these are reflections on what options foreigners have to stay in Thailand long term. How long is long-term? Most of the foreigners don’t even need a visa to stay in Thailand for 30 days or less and if you wish to stay for up to 3 months you can make a tourist visa before your arrival to Thailand.