From the glitz and glass, malls and markets of the capital to the tropical havens and paradise islands, Thailand is many things to a foreigner. Let local expats help you decode the mysteries of this complex country.

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Five things to do this weekend – 22nd to 24th Sep

Got plans this weekend? Head to one of these exciting events happening around town...   Lucy Rose 22nd September 2017 HEAVEN Bangkok, Thanon Rama 1, Pathumwan Read…

Five things to do this weekend – 15th to 17th Sep

Got plans this weekend? Try one of these great events happening around Bangkok…   Klingande 16th September Sawali City Club, Level 5, Central Embassy Read more   Oktoberfest…

7 tips to help you settle into your new home city in Belgium

Now that you’ve moved to Belgium, find out with these 7 tips how to get to know your city so that you can settle in quickly and…

Together for Peace: The difference a day can make around the world

Today, 21 September, 2017, the United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres will mark Peace Day in the Peace Garden at the UN Headquarters, in New York City, by…

Europe's most affordable cities for relocating working expats

Are you a digital business expat employer or employee wondering where your next European base might be? A new report shines a light on five up and…

How to protect your empty second home

If you have a second home that you have to leave empty for extended periods of time, read these tips to help ensure you protect it as…

Pattaya, not just for dirty old men

Pattaya has a reputation. Anyone who thinks this reputation is built on beaches, restaurants and access to the nearby Islands is deluding themselves. Pattaya's reputation is built…

Wading through Bangkok

As they lined up at the start line, just before 6am, tense and excited; small intermittent drops of rain began to fall. The more optimistic  runners were…

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