News & Updates

  • End of February Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Year begins with the new moon and is the prime festival of the Chinese calendar. Two centuries ago tin mining drew thousands of Chinese labourers to the island

  • MAD for Hugo!

    Five year old Hugo lives on Phuket. He suffers from Mitochondrial disease- a metabolic condition which results in Hugo having global developmental delay. Despite daily challenges Hugo is an inspiration

  • November Yee Peng ‘The Festival of Lights’

    November is the ‘Festival of Lights’ and there are certainly opportunities to enjoy a beautifully sky now that the rains are easing! Divali is the Hindu festival of lights. It

  • December Events in Phuket

    4th December: British International School Phuket Christmas Fair The school holds its annual Christmas fair every year. Set up as a traditional Christmas fete there is a Santa’s Grotto, games,

  • Monsoon Madness

    Statistically, and I have checked this, May can be one of the wettest and most humid months of the year on Phuket. Everyone is looking to the sky, and when

  • Singing in the Rain: Songkran into 2557

    Not so long ago we pleaded for the heavens to stop raining, for the mold to recede and to step from the car without sacrificing our shoes to a puddle.

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