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

Fruit vendor in Thailand - photo by lynhdan

Nine of our favourite Thai fruits

Sure, it might be Thailand’s show-stopping curries, stir-fries and salads that get most of the […]

Somtum papaya salad stall in Bangkok - photo by Chris Wotton

The origins and future of street food in Thailand

Thailand’s street food scene is well renowned, and Bangkok is widely regarded as among the […]

Kopi coffee in Phuket town, Thailand - photo by Rob Taylor

What to eat in Phuket

In spite, or perhaps because, of Phuket’s position as one of Thailand’s most popular tourist […]

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The ultimate guide to Bangkok’s best street food

Thailand’s street food is world-renowned, and anyone who has visited the capital will tell you […]

New Year's Eve fireworks on the Chao Phraya river - photo by Prachanart Viriyaraks

Expique’s Guide to the New Year in Bangkok (Updated for 2015/16)

Update for 2016 coming soon. This year celebrations will be toned down a little as […]

Christmas tree at Central World - photo by Kazuhiro Nakamura

Expique’s Guide to Christmas in Bangkok (Updated for 2016)

Many people wonder to what extent Christmas and New Years Eve are celebrate in Thailand. […]

Tha Kha floating market in Samut Songkhram (Mae Klong) near Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Richard Barrow

Tha Kha floating market – perhaps Thailand’s most authentic

Of the many floating markets for visitors to Thailand to choose from, Tha Kha is […]

Don Wai floating market in Nakhon Pathom near Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Hdamm via Wikimedia Commons

Don Wai floating market: a foodie paradise that’s open daily

Bangkok and the surrounding provinces offer plenty of choice when it comes to floating markets […]

Trooping of the Colour in Bangkok - photo by That Hartford Guy

December 5: Father’s Day and the King’s Birthday in Thailand

One of the most socially important public holidays on the Thai calendar is 05 December, […]