American Expats In Thailand
If you are looking to connect with American expats in Thailand, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs Thailand written by American bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by American Expats Living in Thailand
This blog is a diary of one American family's year abroad in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
- Sevenwinds, Life on the bookends of the World
Thailand Bangkok. Living retired life to the fullest in Thailand and California.
- Nathan van der Most
This is my personal blog in which I talk about my life abroad and I write about things that I have done and answer problems that I have encountered while living as an expat.
- Brooklyn 2 Bangkok
We're Dan and Ashley: Newlyweds who left life in New York City for a 2-year stint in Bangkok, Thailand. Having never been to Asia, let alone Bangkok, we're off on our biggest adventure yet. Our goal is to and see one new country a month.
- Somchai's Apprentice
Somchai's apprentice goes to work with someone who has a job ( or hobby ) that seems specifically Thai in order to answer a question I ask my self so often, what are these people doing.
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- American Expat Living in Thailand - Interview with Austin Bentz
As you may have deduced from his blog title, Austin is a white guy. He's originally from California, but beyond than that, he is a traveler, eager to see all corners of the globe, curious to see how...
- British Expats in Thailand, Interview with Sacha, Jmayel & Eden
A Man, Woman and Dog traveling Thailand in a classic 41 year old Ford Escort Mk1. Creating cinematic travel videos about their experiences. Sacha Jmayel & Eden left the UK to digitally capture the...
- US Expat Living in Thailand - Interview With Jessica
With a slight case of insanity and spirit of adventure, Jessica left her life in NYC to live as an expat in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Besides being often confused for a Thai, this Asian-American gets to...
- Hawaiian Expat in Thailand - Expat Interview With Lani
Thailand is more than a tourist destination, a retirement outpost and hackneyed travel blog; it’s where Lani’s mother was born, her parents met and where her father died. It's a place that has...
- Expat Interview With Alana - US Expat Living in Thailand
Alana is a twenty-something traveler trying to figure out life one place at a time. Originally from Seattle, she’s been living, teaching, writing and traveling in Thailand and Southeast Asia for...
- Expat Interview With Kathy - US Expat In Thailand
On New Year’s Day 2012, Kathy Drouin-Keith and her family left their suburban New York life for Bangkok after her husband was offered a job there. Leon works as a journalist and Joe, 7, is in an...
Latest News Relating to Thailand or Usa
- Expats and nationals in UEA condemn Trump move on Jerusalem
Government officials, Emiratis and expats living and working in the UAE are all in agreement that Trump’s Jerusalem declaration is totally unwarranted and poses a strong risk of damaging the entire...
- Thousands of expat government jobs should be filled by Emiratis
During a meeting last Wednesday, Abu Dhabi’s Federal National Council members were told that 8,000 government admin public sector jobs at present done by expats should be given over to Emirati...
- Spot the difference between Brits and Americans in France
France may well be crammed with British expats, but their American counterparts are more easily recognisable. For decades, France has been known as a favourite for Britons looking for a safe,...
- Expats put their lives at risk working in Delhi
For decades, India was regarded as a must-have posting for senior executives at multinational companies in the West, but health risks due to pollution are killing its attraction. Nowadays, India...
- Hundreds of thousands of expats leaving as Saudization takes shape
Since the beginning of 2017, more than 300,000 expats have left Saudi Arabia as the new Crown Prince’s vision for the kingdom begins to bite. More than a thousand foreign workers are losing or...