Sunset at Romson Restaurant Rayong

Romson Restaurant, Nam Rin Beach

Romson Restaurant Rayong Review Situated on Nam Rin Beach, Romson Restaurant (or Romson’s Restaurant) is well known locally for its great seafood and casual dining atmosphere, and is popular with both Thais and Ex-pats alike. Whilst they are known for their seafood, the restaurant also offers an extensive range of non-seafood dishes. The food is […]

Nam Rin Beach, Ban Chang

Just like the other main beaches in Ban Chang, Nam Rin has a number of small restaurants dotted along its shoreline, unlike the others it has a number of public shaded areas with seating and well maintained toilets.  As you drive to the seafront the road forks both left and right. Taking a right leads […]

Things You Should Know About Driving in Thailand

As you make your way down the highway, a Red Bull fuelled minibus driver flashes his lights at you, you’d pull over but in your mirror you notice half a dozen scooters weaving through the traffic, bearing down on you, some with passengers riding side saddle, some clutching newborn babies whilst playing angry birds on […]

Swiss Sheep Farm, Silverlake, Pattaya

1 2 3 4 5 Situated near the Silverlake Vinyard near Pattaya, the Swiss Sheep farm is one of many petting farms in the area, and is probably the largest. Asian culture can be a little selfie obsessed and many attractions are eager to cater for this, rather than being a working farm, you might […]

HarborLand, Pattaya – South East Asia’s Largest Children’s Play Area

1 2 3 4 5 Harborland is a large indoor children’s soft play area situated on the 7th floor of Harbor Mall, Pattaya. Whilst the mall itself is fairly average, the play area is a must do for anyone with small children visiting Pattaya. Once you get your wrist bands and go through the magnetic locking […]

Doi Inthanon National Park, Chang Mai

Doi Inthanon National Park, also known as “the roof of Thailand” was established in 1972, and surrounds Doi Inthanon mountain, which is the largest peak in Thailand, standing at 2565m. The 482km park is situated approx 60km from Chiang Mai and is about a 2 hour car ride from the airport.  The diverse ecosystem within the […]

6 Awesome Craft Beer Pubs in Thailand

Real ale is probably not the first thing you think of when you think of Thailand, but if you’ve had your fill of Chang, Leo and Singh, there are an ever growing number of craft breweries and brew pubs springing up all over Thailand. As with most things up and coming in Thailand, the movement […]

Suphattra Land Fruit farm Rayong

Suphattra Land Rayong Fruit Farm

Suphattra Land is a large fruit plantation in Non Lalok, Rayong. My initial thoughts were that the entrance fee was a bit steep, as with many places in Thailand though, our two young children were free. Overall, the whole tour lasts around two hours, with various stops for fruit tasting, a plate of Som Tam and finally Honey Tasting, which in hindsight, made the entrance fee pretty good value. 

Golden Mangrove & HTMS Prasae, Rayong

Golden Mangrove (Tung Prong Throng) There are a few mangrove forests along the Rayong Coast, the 2,400 acre Golden Mangrove in Pak Nam Prasae is perhaps the largest. The mangrove itself has been developed as an eco-tourism site and is home to various species of rare bird, mud fish and crabs, although you have a […]

The Ultimate Guide to Thai Street Food

In the West, the term street food has been hijacked by the hipster crowd, and if you’ve never been to Asia you’d be forgiven for thinking that what you get is the real deal.  In Thailand, as in most of Asia, there is very little regulation regarding opening a restaurant, it’s as easy as strapping […]