If you want to join and make your next school break more meaningful, you can contact Jaycel or Momo via Facebook. Kudos to our young teachers!
Only about 100 kilometers west of Bangkok, Ratchaburi province in the central region is an ancient city of the Dvaravati period (9th-11th centuries). It shares a border with Myanmar and is rich in natural attractions.
Bangkok University, the first and largest private university in Thailand will give scholarship grants to five Filipino students who are interested in taking Bachelor of Communication Arts in Innovative Media Production. Classes will start in August 2018.
It’s a typical thing that people come to Thailand for the food, shopping and parties but one man’s brotherly love for the Karen minority has paved the way to fulfill a greater purpose in life. Tranqui Vergara has been in Thailand for 15 years and has been working for the Adventist International Mission School in… Read more »
Dual pricing has been a big issue for expats in the kingdom but what if a local is mistakenly identified as a Chinese tourist? This became a viral hit on Facebook after a local Thai woman paid 150THB for a regular portion of Thai food. On Monday, January 15, Suthaporn Lee said she ordered pad… Read more »
What lessons can we deduce from the famous story of Peter walking on the water to understand more of God’s salvation?
The combination of checking in at The Resort @ Suan Pheung and visiting these lovely creatures at Alpaca Hill is one of the best gifts that you can give to yourself and your love ones if you decide to spent your next getaway in Ratchaburi.
We got all the slides in the Waterpark, the fun in the Blue Wave Artificial Sea, a visit to the Mini Zoo, endless selfies and group photos with the resort’s beautiful landscapes, and the Thai-American buffet breakfast for only 1,600 baht a night on weekdays.
If you are coming back to Thailand from this summer vacation and are confused on what to do, this might be your guide to coming back to the kingdom without any hassle.
Phuket is actually ranked 10th for Best in the World due to its “blue lagoons and salmon sunsets”, while Koh Samui is flocked by tourists due to its local culture and fishing communities. Koh Tao on the other hand was reviewed by TripAdvisors as a paradise with “300 days of sun per year”.