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Surely the force and will of the people combined with low covid infection rates in the country bode well for a surge in tourism, once we see some form of global normality return. The post Will tourism in Thailand recover anytime soon? appeared first on Dan About Thailand.
Tyson Fury wins the WBC Heavyweight belt and I was delighted to meet the WBC Governor in Bangkok to understand how Thai boxers fit into the global mix The post Interview with WBC Governor in Thailand (Tyson Fury holds WBC Heavyweight Belt) appeared first on Dan About Thailand.
Khao San Road has long been a key attraction to tourists trying Bangkok for the first time. It is a little like Pattaya's Walking Street or Phuket's Patpong, but without a big girly scene or ago-go bars. It is loud, touristy and has wide appeal to back packers, families and couples alike. But, in my The post Forget Khao San Road and try Soi Ram Buttri instead appeared first on Dan About Thailand.
If you are a football fan you will be all too aware of the excitement during the transfer window, maybe this is the season your club gets the right player to bring you success! Now although somewhat off-topic for a Dan about Thailand post, having an ex-International footballer now living in Hua Hin is too The post Hua Hin Expat discusses life as a pro-footballer during the transfer window appeared first on Dan About Thailand.
In this weeks podcast with ex-England international footballer Gary Stevens we put a few questions to him and positioned it like a game of football, with England taking on Thailand. We asked him a question and he had to choose which country he preferred, these options ranged from food to family. It was somewhat of The post Why the benefits of living in Thailand only just outweigh the UK for Ex-International Footballer appeared first on Dan About Thailand.
For many leaving the UK can be seen as a backwards step for your career in exchange for a more rewarding lifestyle, and there is some evidence of some truths to this. But, we should never pigeon hole everyone with this. Although I would class myself as successful living here in Thailand both in terms The post What ex-England footballer learned from a career in Thailand and across the world appeared first on Dan About Thailand.
Just recently once again Hua Hin was named in one of the top 10 locations to retire by US news and world report. and so should come to no surprise to hear when ex-sports stars decide to move there. In this case, it is Ex-Tottenham Hotspurs and England footballer Gary Stevens. Each week Thaivisa and The post Ex-England Football International explains why he chose Hua Hin to live appeared first on Dan About Thailand.
What has European football got to do with me living in Thailand I hear you ask? Well, I accept it is an odd link but for starters, like many expats, I am an avid football fan and my team Spurs will be in the European Cup Final on June 1st too. But still, I hear The post What’s it like as a footballer preparing and then playing a European Cup Final? Ex-Spurs Gary Stevens Exclusive appeared first on Dan About Thailand.
The Thai league 1 has thrown up a number of surprises as we reach the 10 game point and both happen at the top and bottom of the league. Firstly, Port FC are the surprise leaders - now 4 points in front of second place Buriram United - and secondly Muangthong United being bottom. Gary The post Thai League 1 Review – Dragan Bošković brace keeps Port FC top appeared first on Dan About Thailand.
Dan about Thailand has teamed up with former Army United and Port FC manager Gary Stevens to bring you a weekly review podcast on the exciting Thai Premier League 1. The league has plenty of money now invested into it and every club also has its foreign player contingent from all over the world. Here The post Thai Premier League 1 Review with Ex-Army United FC manager Gary Stevens appeared first on Dan About Thailand.