Author: Kelsey Hartman
When she's not working at her NGO job in Bangkok, Kelsey tries to see as much of South East Asia as possible. She loves the outdoors, hammocks, good books, and coconuts (preferably all together). When she's in the city, you can generally find her in a park or at a café, trying to practise Thai with anyone who’s patient enough.
Snapshots: Located behind Bangkok’s iconic Chatuchak Market, JJ Green is a hipper, more creative weekend market.
There are of ways to enjoy Thailand’s wildlife responsibly! Here are a few great ways to get the Thailand animal experience without the animal cruelty.
As a vegetarian in a city that loves its meat and seafood, people always ask if I have a hard time finding good vegetarian food in Bangkok.
Looking to go green in Bangkok? It’s now easier than ever to find eco-conscious and natural products.
Bangkok is rightfully famous for cheap, delicious food – but where do you start?