Virtually Visit ThailandYou will learn the Thai language as you take virtual tours through Thailand.
Thailand - from the emerald Andaman sea to the picturesque mountain peaks of Chiang Mai, Thai Trends will bring you some of the most amazingly beautiful locations ever seen on the planet.... at least this planet....we've seen photos of some mind boggling views from Mars, but the minus 200 degree F winters and 260 day trip to get there might make Thailand a slightly more viable option.
Remains of cities hundreds of years old, ultra-modern Bangkok, exquisite gold temples and some of the kindest and most helpful people you will find anywhere, Thailand will allow you to ride an elephant through the tropical jungles one day and the modern elevated Skytrain through the skyscraper jungles the next.
Experience traditional forms of Thai dance, Thai arts and crafts, Buddhism, and much more.
Shock the host on your next visit to a local Thai restaurant when you say, "Hello, how are you?" .....OK, not really a big deal.... but when you say it in THAI, with little or no accent, then you have something.
We'll help you get a handle on speaking and understanding Thai in a way that many phrasebooks and instructors miss. If you want more than the basics, our PREMIUM LANGUAGE SECTION may be for you.
Whether it's your first attempt or you're just tired of trying to speak Thai after reading less than accurate phonetic books that result in scrunched faces attempting to decipher what you tried to say, we will assist you in learning to speak Thai accurately and understand what you hear.... you absolutely can do it.
Thai Food - Fruit -And All Things Edible
Ever want to know what it takes to make Putt Thai? (before you think it should be Pad Thai - visit our Thai language section) Do you know what Putt Thai is? It's what you see on your left. We're pretty sure you want to eat it if you haven't already, but how about making it yourself?
You'll learn about that weird, bumpy green ball at the fruit stand and whether or not the deep fried grasshopper is really an everyday Thai menu item or just mentioned often because it's, well, fried grasshopper - you see an insect covered in batter and deep fried, how can you not talk about it.