Road Transport in Thailand

An Accessible Travel Review by Andy Wright Accessibility for wheelchairs and walkers in Thailand For the disabled person in Thailand mobility is the major issue and challenge facing the visitor.  In cities such as Khon Kaen or even Bangkok don’t expect the access to be the same as it is in your home country, although the more modern buildings aimed at Western tourists, will be more readily accessible.  Having travelled extensively around the world, Thailand is in the middle of the range, …

Common Misunderstandings About Thailand

… extremely rich people you only have to look at some of the lavish cars that people drive and some of the places that people live. But the divide between the rich and the poor is great and conflicting. You will see a lot of wealth and a lot of poverty there seems to be no middle ground. That’s just the way it is in Thailand. Thai people would take the chance to live in the West or more developed nation if they had the chance –  Thai people are proud people who love their country, culture …

Medical tourism in Thailand on the rise

… now turning to the middle-east to expand the medical tourism industry. Foreign patients from Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are now allowed to stay in Thailand for up to 90 days instead of just 30. While Thailand attracts the budget conscious medical tourists, Singapore prefers to compete on high-quality healthcare. Although its medical services are the most expensive in the region, the island-state has a reputation for good high-end specialist care and …