Bangrak Night Market is a Traditional Thai Night Market, located in the north-east corner of Koh Samui, not far from Samui's biggest tourist attraction, Big Buddha. There is live music, Thai food, many shopping options and a beer garden. Lots of people, lots to see and lots to eat; Bangrak night market is highly recommended! A … Continue reading BANGRAK NIGHT MARKET
However in recent times, especially in tourist areas, Thai people have become very forgiving if the Wai is not performed correctly. They appreciate the fact that you have made an attempt to be polite and are respectful of their culture.
Even though historical relics of Samui have been discovered dating back more than 1,200 years, it was not until the late 1800’s that Samui, started to become known, even to the Thai people themselves.
One of the pleasures of living and working in Koh Samui is the opportunity to meet and work alongside some great people. I have been genuinely impressed by the high standards and professionalism displayed by everyone at Phetchbuncha Thaiboxingstadium. Island Info Samui is the featured sponsor of the Thai Fight Night where you can see … Continue reading Muay Thai – Phetch Buncha Samui
WHY SHOULD THE THAI POLICE ONLY POLICE THAI PEOPLE?
Traditionally, Thais greet each other with a wai, by pressing the palms together at the chest. If someone wais to you..