English Expats In Thailand
If you are looking to connect with English expats in Thailand, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs Thailand written by English bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by English Expats Living in Thailand
- Tim in phuket
A blog of the things that happen in Phuket and of things to see and things to do.
- Don't Remain A Tadpole
In their endeavors to become digital nomads, Martin and Ying sold everything and bought one way tickets to Thailand. Apparently digital nomads are able to survive without a traditional 9 to 5 job. Martin and Ying have read up on the theory and are now putting it into practice, come along and follow them to see if it is possible to live the dream with just a laptop and the willingness to try something new!
- Under The Ropes
Emma Thomas is a Muay Thai fighter living in Thailand. Under the Ropes follows her story and highlights the issues she comes across as a foreign female fighter finding her way through a male-dominated sport in its original birthplace
- My Chiang Mai Everything
A British couple write about their explorations and adventures in and around Chiang Mai and their experiences teaching English to excitable Thai teenagers.
- 8 Miles From Home
A Man, Woman and Dog traveling Thailand in a classic Ford Escort Mk 1. Creating Cinematic Travel Videos about their experiences. Sacha, Jmayel & Eden left the UK to digitally capture the world in their own unique style.
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...
- Canadian Expat Living in Thailand - Interview with Steve
Steve LePoidevin was born into a totally English family in French Quebec and inherited an elegant French name that dates back over 500 years to a small town in France. He believes this is the...
- 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...
- British Expat Living in Thailand, Interview With James
James , born 1942 in Bristol, England, has travelled to 20 countries. He emigrated to South Africa in 1995 as a freelance consultant and researcher, travelling South Africa's provinces, townships and...
- 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...
Latest News Relating to Thailand or England
- Is private health insurance really necessary in Thailand
Most expats arriving in Thailand have been used to paying for private heathcare in their home countries, but is the expense of an international healthcare plan really necessary in Thailand? Due...
- Expat and UK resident investors slate life companies over LMIM losses
As lawyers in the UK and Australia prepare court cases on behalf of victims of the largest financial scandal to hit Australia in decades, many are accusing life companies of a lack of due...
- New online map charts British Curriculum schools across the world
A new, fully comprehensive map shwoing the location of schools offering the British Curriculum has been launched online and is aimed at helping expat parents world-wide to find the best international...
- Do retirement dreams fade after second thoughts kick in
Survey after survey indicates that an increasing number of Brits can’t wait to retire overseas, but second thoughts later in life can wreck the dream. One recent study revealed that around six...
- Annual report shows increase in expats and tourists needing passport assistance
The number of Britons living or visiting overseas who needed passport help during 2013 rose by around eight per cent, not taking into account the huge number of people affected by the massive...