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The iPhone 4 has been officially released in Bangkok. While many are eager to try the new phone from Apple, I have a warning for anyone still using the original 2G iPhone.
Living in Bangkok means having to deal with gridlock traffic. If speed is a priority nothing can beat a Bangkok motorcycle taxi.
The first thing many expats will want to do after moving to Bangkok is buy a mobile phone and the easiest place to do so is the 4th floor of the MBK shopping centre.
Follow these 5 tips to ensure you don’t get scammed in a Bangkok taxi.
From luxury penthouse suites to mosquito infested studios finding a Bangkok serviced apartment can be a challenge but can also lead to great neighbours!
Is the Bangkok tap water safe to drink? I’ve been told by many of the locals to stick to bottled water.
5 quick tips on how to set up your banking before you come to Thailand to make your financial transition here a smooth one.
After many delays the brand new Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link has finally opened to the public.
A Bangkok visa run is a common procedure for many expats who need to extend their visa to allow them to further their stay in Thailand.
Living in Thailand means enjoying the amazing variety of food. From the world’s spiciest salad to deep fried insects eating Thai food is definitely a culinary adventure.