All posts by Chris

A foodie above all else, Chris first travelled to Thailand in 2008 and has lived in Bangkok since 2012. He is happiest off the tourist trail tucking into something delicious, and writes about food and travel across the region for a number of magazines, blogs and online travel guides. For Expique, Chris hunts out the latest and best experiences across Bangkok. You can check out Chris' personal blog at http://www.theworldandhistuktuk.co.uk

Khlong Toei Fresh Market in Bangkok

Our guide to late night markets in Bangkok

As well as a number of popular mainstream night markets in Bangkok, the city has […]

Talat Rot Fai Saphan Khwai - photo by Chris Wotton

The Train Markets – 3 Great Bangkok Night Markets

Among Bangkok’s numerous night markets, people often talk about Talat Rot Fai – frequently referred […]

Supanniga Eating Room in Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Supanniga Eating Room

The best restaurants on Bangkok’s Sukhumvit Road

Sukhumvit Road is Thailand’s longest, stretching from the capital all the way out to just […]

Dinner cruise on the Chaophraya river in Bangkok, Thailand - photo by eGuide Travel

The best Chaophraya river dinner cruises in Bangkok

Take an evening wander alongside the Chaophraya river in Bangkok, and you’ll see them: some […]

Phraeng Phutton in Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Chris Wotton

What to see and do (and eat!) in and around Phraeng Phutton

Set in Bangkok’s old town, and a short stroll from infamous attractions and destinations like […]

Songkran new year water festival in Thailand - photo by John Shedrick

Songkran 2018: celebrating the Thai New Year in Bangkok

The Thai New Year festival of Songkran is without a doubt Thailand’s most famous, and […]

Fruit at Lamphaya floating market in Nakhon Pathom, near, Bangkok, Thailand - photo by sugree

Lamphaya floating market: local foodie heaven in Nakhon Pathom

Of the countless choices when it comes to floating markets in and around Bangkok, Lamphaya […]

Koh Kood in eastern Thailand - photo by Chris Wotton

Where to go in eastern Thailand

Wedged between central Thailand and the Cambodian border, eastern Thailand doesn’t get nearly as much […]

Monkeys at Phra Prang Sam Yot shrine in Lopburi, Thailand - photo by Adam Baker

Where to travel in central Thailand

Aside from Bangkok, central Thailand misses out on much of the tourism brochure love that’s […]