Some basic information about the history of this site and how it all began. If you disagree with anything on the site or happen to appear in any photos or would like anything amended, edited or removed such as you appear in a photo, details about how to get that actioned are here.
The most popular section of the site, Stickman Weekly is a weekly column published every Sunday since April 2001 for expat residents and regular visitors to Bangkok
and includes news and gossip from expat society with a slant towards that for which Bangkok used to be well-known, its naughty nightlife. Find out where the most popular bars are, learn about the lifestyles of Thai bargirls and Bangkok escorts, read interviews with the movers
and shakers of Bangkok expat society. Stickman Weekly has long been Thailand’s most widely read online column for expats and regular visitors.
Over 9,300 articles and stories of readers’ experiences in Thailand and neighbouring countries covering a wide range of topics from holidaying in Thailand, travel and expat lifestyles in Thailand and South-East Asia, dating Thai women, Thai bargirl experiences, trying to understand the culture and matters of the heart. Think of it as Thailand-related experiences, informed opinion and amateur
Everything you need to know about living and working in Bangkok, the Thailand expat lifestyle, accommodation, employment, medical care, the internet, Thailand work permits, mobile phones, Bangkok tailors, living and working with Thai people and other general advice. This is the article to read if you are moving to Bangkok / Thailand and at 100,000 words, it’s the length of a book!
This 50,000+ word article on teaching English in Bangkok was put together to provide an overview of the English teaching industry in Thailand, particularly Bangkok. It is written for those considering teaching in Bangkok / Thailand, especially those who may have never taught before. This tells you what it’s really like to work as an English teacher in Thailand, the good and the bad!
Thailand is one of the most exotic destinations and holiday spots in South-East Asia but what are the best beaches? How much does a hotel room cost? What are the best Pattaya hotels? Where is Isaan and should you visit? What dangers and Thailand scams should you be aware of? Where is Ko Chang and is it the same as Ko Samet? All of these questions, and many more, answered in this 50,000-word
A guide to buying, renting, and selling property in Bangkok, along with detailed reviews of Bangkok’s best condos and apartment buildings. Everything you need to know about Bangkok property, including tips and easy to understand info on property laws for foreigners. Featuring exclusive deals and detailed write-ups on the best and latest Bangkok condo projects, and exclusive offers including cash back deals on all Bangkok
property. Stay tuned!
If you are involved romantically with a Thai bargirl or a lady who used to be a bargirl in Thailand, consider verifying that all is as it seems. Has she really left that bar? Is she no longer barfineable? Are you the only guy in her life? Verification of what she is up to is available, as is unlimited free advice.
Thailand Photo Galleries
Passionate about photography, I have included various photo galleries with images from Bangkok, Phuket, Ko Samui and Pattaya as well as more remote and less visited places such as the Isaan region.
- Thailand night-time and low-light
- Two Pattaya Afternoons
- Thailand 2005 Photo Gallery
- Korat, Isaan, Chiang Mai
Coverage of the Bangkok protests, the Bangkok shutdown and the Coup d’état. Photo essays, commentary, all covered from the perspective of foreign visitors with the question, Is it safe to visit Bangkok at this time answered!
BKKSteve of Bangkok Images presents a monthly photography column focusing on photographic instruction, a feature photo, a blog entry, images and commentary from a weekly local photo outing, readers’ photos / experiences, and answers to readers’ questions. It’s a weekly photography column with a Thailand slant.
My reports of the red shirts protests which too place in Bangkok in April and May of 2010 are widely
regarded amongst the best reports I have produced on this site and received massive traffic at the time. It’s never easy with politics and the need to be unbiased. These reports from the front-lines received critical acclaim and included quality photographs of all of the action in what was an intriguing time in Thailand.
A recount of reports about the flooding in Thailand in late 2011. The mainstream media’s coverage of Bangkok flooding covered the entire city, whereas I concentrated only what happened in the downtown area – where many foreigners live, work and play.
Answers to all the basic questions about a foreigner can you stay in Thailand. What are all of the different types of visa and how do you go about getting one? What is 90-day reporting? Are deportation and blacklisting the same thing? A brief history of the visa loopholes foreigners have exploited to be able to reside in Thailand long-term, along with common sense advice on how to stay in Thailand legally – and
not merely a rehash or translation of the law.
Bangkok After Dark
A Bangkok tourist guide from 1967, scanned and republished in its entirety. Find out what was Bangkok like 40+ years ago. What were the prices back then? Where were the hot spots? Were there escorts in Bangkok back then? There’s even an ad for the new Nana Hotel. Find out if they really were “the good old days!”
The original Thailand characters photo gallery, a collection of photos of Thai people taken in 2004 and 2005. With a
ready smile on their face and no aversion to having their photo taken, Thais are great to photograph.
BangkokEscort.com provides a true girlfriend experience for business travellers and holiday makers in Thailand. Their professionalism and honesty, along with their service-orientated companions, makes them stand out as the best escort agency in Bangkok.
Why do Christopher G. Moore’s novels take up half the shelf-space in Asia Books stores? Would you want to work in the same line of business as Captain Courageous? What does Bernard Trink do now that he no longer writes the Bangkok Night Owl column? Is Boss Hogg Thai? Does Marc still run the Eden Club? Find out more about the big names of Bangkok.
The book review section has been updated with a new look and I am now once again in the business of reading and writing reviews of books set in, or about Thailand.
Teacher Tim’s thoughts and tales from the classroom in Thailand. If you’re thinking about teaching in Bangkok, or anywhere in Thailand, this foreign ajarn tells you what it’s really like!