Thailand Christian Missions, Churches and Covid-19.

All Thailand Experiences changing lives in Thailand for 30 years. Changing lives in Thailand with the Grace of Christ Hello again, I’m Randy Gaudet, founder and director of All Thailand Experiences. Those who have read my profile know how I first came to Thailand and my association with missions and churches since 1989. I amContinue reading “Thailand Christian Missions, Churches and Covid-19.”

Loy Krathong “Yee Ping” Festival

Chiang Mai Loy Krathong “Yee Ping” Festival Nov. 17 – 20, 2021 The history, traditions and events of Loy Krathong “Yee Ping”. Loy Krathong “Yee Ping” has an unequaled charm and mystique, whether it is celebrated on a grand scale in a major city or quietly in a small village, but for a truly breathtakingContinue reading “Loy Krathong “Yee Ping” Festival”

Thai Royal Grand Palace

The Thai Royal Grand Palace Bangkok Thailand There are many Thai words in this blog so if you are listening to the Podcast the pronunciation of some words might not be correct. We apologize. This city landmark should be the first place on any visitor’s itinerary. It is a huge compound on Na Phra LanContinue reading “Thai Royal Grand Palace”

Wiang Kum Kam Chiang Mai Thailand

Chiang Mai Thailand’s Ancient City of Wiang Kum Kam Located just few Kilometers south of the city of Chiang Mai is Wiang Kum Kam. Wiang Kum Kam was founded in 1286 before King Mengrai established Chiang Mai in 1292. In 1558 floods ravished Waing Kum Kam and the town was deserted and little was knownContinue reading “Wiang Kum Kam Chiang Mai Thailand”

Chiang Mai Thailand’s Weekend Shopping Bazaars

The markets on Wualai Road on Saturday and Rajdumnern Road on Sunday are much different than the Night Bazaar. While the Night Bazaar has it’s flashing neon signs advertising the western food chains and merchandise, crowded narrow walkways crammed with hawkers and tourists, the Weekend Bazaars offer a more relaxing experience. Large wide avenues areContinue reading “Chiang Mai Thailand’s Weekend Shopping Bazaars”