Are you visiting Thailand for the first time and looking for advice on where and when to go? Or are you a frequent visitor looking to experience somewhere off the beaten track? Whatever your question, we have a Thailand expert on hand to help you.
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Meet our Thailand expert
Our resident Thailand expert and editor of this website is freelance writer, Roy Cavanagh. Owner of the Thailand travel guide, www.thaizer.com, Roy divides his time between the UK and Thailand and has amassed a wealth of knowledge during his travels around the kingdom. Over the course of the last 20 years, he has travelled by bus, boat, train, plane and songthaew, to every region in Thailand .
Sampling many regional dishes along the way, Roy has attended a multitude of festivals ranging from well-known events including Loy Krathong and Songkran to lesser-known local festivals such as the Hae Nang Kradan Festival in Nakhon Si Thammarat. He’s walked along the beaches of the south, hiked mountain trails in the north, and experienced life in villages and cities all around Thailand.
It’s fair to say that if you have a question about your trip to Thailand, there is a good chance Roy can answer it from his own personal experience. And if he can’t answer your question, he will know somebody who can.
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Frequently asked questions
The answers to the most commonly asked questions can be found on our Thailand travel advice page. Please check there first, but if you can’t find what you’re looking for message Roy and he will do his best to help you.
Contact Roy using the form below. He is often on the road exploring Thailand and although he may not be able to get back to you immediately, he will try to reply to every question he is sent via this page*.
*Roy is responsible for our website content, but not social media. He does not see the messages sent via the Fan Club Thailand social media channels, so the best way to contact him is using the form here.
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