Events

How to host a virtual beer pong tournament

Coronavirus blues got you down? Travel plans been canceled? Running out of Netflix series to watch? Don’t worry we got your back! And if you have watched the Justin Beiber documentary, don’t be too hard on yourself, we did too, Netflix has some deep dark corners, but I digress. Let’s

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Phuket Vegetarian Festival is not for the feint of heart!
Events

Phuket Vegetarian Festival: Eat Your Way to Heaven

Phuket Vegetarian Festival is not what you’d expect by its name. An intense riot of color, noise and flavor. Phuket Vegetarian Festival is about so much more than just great food. It’s the stuff of fantasy- nine great Tao Emperor Gods in the heavens, moving the stars and planets to

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Wonderfruit 2018 will be the best music festival of the year in Thailand
Bangkok

Wonderfruit 2018: The Festival Experience Meets Thai Culture

Wonderfruit is Thailand’s Sustainable-Focused Music Festival With all the recent news of Coachella this year being a letdown, we thought it’d be a good time to introduce you all to Thailand’s socially conscious festival. The owner of Coachella is extremely anti-LGBT, which is not something we can get behind. Forget

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Songkran 2018 is just around the corner!
Chiang Mai

Songkran 2018 Guide: How to Dominate the Water Fight

Songkran Festival, Thailand’s 3 Day National Water Fight Songkran or the Water Festival in Thailand is a 3-day water fight that celebrates the Thai’s New Year. It’s by far the most colorful and festive event in Thailand. Wanna be part of it? Here’s your Songkran 2018 guide. What is Songkran

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Culture

3 Lesser-Known Thai Festivals You Should Totally Visit

Because Thai Festivals About Cultural Diversity, Self-Mutilation and Rockets Also Deserve Some Recognition. It goes without saying that Songkran, Lunar New Year and Loi Krathong are the biggest Thai festivals. Many travelers try to schedule their visit around those big celebrations and who can blame them? Who doesn’t want to

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Events

How to Survive (and Conquer) Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan

If you’ve never heard of the Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan, we’re going to assume you’ve been living under a rock. In fact, we’ll even assume you’ve never shotgunned a beer (and that’s just a disgrace). Jokes aside, the Full Moon is a big deal in Thailand. And with

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One Bed

One Meal

Buy a Bed, Give a Meal

 

Thailand and Indonesian communities whom rely heavily on the tourism industry to make ends meet have been hit hard by the impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

We will be donating one meal to a family in need for every bed that is booked now.

250 Baht Per Bed – Redeemable in the Future
1 Bed Booked = 1 Meal Donated 

Our goal is 50 meals per day for the next 2 months.

Soon we will all be able to travel again, the beds bought now can be redeemed at any time in the future (excluding New Years & Full Moon Periods). In the meantime, your donations will help someone in need in the present

To give a meal, begin by entering your details: