Explore Thailand and everything Thai; Food, Nature, Beaches, Orchids, Culture & much more

Not to forget the Thai Smile 🙂

Join the adventure, explore Thailand in pictures and stories

Go places tourists usually don’t go. Learn where to find the best beaches, the most fantastic nature, exciting things to do, beautiful places to stay, and how to follow and respect the local customs and culture, so you always will be greeted with a big welcoming smile.

The first time I came to Thailand was in 1989, and it was “Love at first sight.” Many more visits followed until 2004 when I moved to Thailand to live permanently.

Road trips are my big passion, and that has taken me to almost every corner of the country. My other big love is photography, so I have lots of photos and stories to share from my adventures.

I still feel the same excitement every time I go on a trip as I did the first time, sitting on the back of a pickup touring the south of Thailand more than 30 years and 500.000 kilometers ago.

Explore Phuket

Phuket, the largest island in Thailand, is mainly known for its tropical climate and beautiful beaches but has much more to offer.

I first visited Phuket over 25 years ago and have been lucky enough to call Kamala Beach, on the west coast, my home for the last seven.

I continue to be amazed by the beauty and diversity of this fantastic island.

Whether you are interested in the country’s natural wonders, cultural heritage, culinary delights, or just want to relax on a pristine beach, there is something for everyone.


Read more about what to do and see in Phuket. Click here…

Northern Thailand

Northern Thailand is rich in culture, has the most stunning mountain sceneries, and offers endless opportunities for extraordinary adventures ranging from the long-necked people in Mae Hong Song, The golden triangle bordering Burma and Laos, or the stunning Lanna Kingdom era temples in Chaing Mai.

If you want real adventures, Northern Thailand is the place. Click here..

Chiang Rai Clock Tower by night

Chiang Rai Clock Tower

Chiang Rai Clock Tower “the more the merrier” The Chiang Rai clock tower was built in 2005 in

Central Thailand

Central Thailand is home to the ancient capital Ayutthaya, the Second World War “death railway” in Kanchanaburi, one of Asia’s largest second-hand clothing markets on the Cambodian border, not to forget Bangkok’s incredible temples and China Town’s delicious street food.

Central Thailand is the place if you are into cultural experiences spiced up with great food. Click here..

Southern Thailand

Southern Thailand is known for its world-class beaches, tropical paradise islands, and stunning limestone formations immortalized in countless blockbuster movies.

When visiting southern Thailand, you can also expect fresh seafood prepared according to the beloved classic Thai recipes.

Southern Thailand is the place to pamper yourself, relax on the beach, and enjoy fantastic seafood. Click here..

How to cook Thai food

Learn how to

cook Thai food the easy way

Thai cuisine is loved all over the world, but contrary to what many believe, Thai food is both quick and easy to make.

I’ve made easy-to-follow step by step picture recipes that enable anyone to cook the most delicious dishes like a real Thai master chef.

Click on a dish below or here to see the full menu…