While many visitors to Thailand head straight for Phuket’s beaches, there’s a wealth of history, culture and cuisine to be discovered in the quaint and colorful streets of Phuket Old Town.
Everyone knows just how tiresome and frustrating transfers can sometimes be, but by adding some interesting activities along the way, your transfer can become an adventure all of its own.
When we talk about Phuket, many people think about the beautiful beaches. Today, we are proud to present “a variety of food”. Yes, that is, Thai food!
We interview Chef Miguel Cirne, from Portugal. He’s the western chef at Silk Restaurant, Andara Resort and Villas in Phuket on this month’s theme: Rice!
After a January 1989 exploratory trip, Caveman organized a December Thailand expedition with Hawai’i repeat customers from back home. When the money never came from the Honolulu home office, Caveman had to borrow money from his friends/customers to run the trips.
Gonzalo Gil Lavedra, a tour operator and an Argentinian with extensive travel experience in Peru and the Netherlands, finds the physical and cultural highlights of Phuket and Southern Thailand as compelling as anything he’s experienced around the world.
Old Town Phuket is becoming a favorite place for families to explore a side of Phuket that is often overlooked.
Thailand is the world’s fourth largest producer of sugarcane, the raw material for rum. The Chalong Bay brand of rum is made with the finest selection of Thai sugarcane and centuries old French distillation methods. Chalong, translated as “celebration” in Thai, was aptly selected as the name of a product that has already won some […]
Khiri Travel Thailand introduces the less traveled islands in the Phang Nga Bay around Phuket. We visit Koh Yao Noi by boat and join a Thai cooking class on this southern Thai island.
Traveling with children presents some challenges. Here is how Khiri Travel Phuket office is tweaking their popular Discovery Walk tour for families with children.