Women bloggers in Thailand... there's actually plenty of them as you will see when you browse our list. This is an overview of the ones we have found. Let us know about the blogs we're missing via the contact page below.
Women Bloggers in Thailand - Last Update: 3 May 2013
~ Latitude 34 Together we are Latitude 34. Apart we are Marina and Jeff. In March of 2013 we decided to embark on an epic journey, leaving behind our family and friends to fulfill our life’s dream of travel and photography. Our designation: Phuket, Thailand.
~ Mia Escobud Koh Phangan Tales 'Mia' is Island Thai for 'wife'. She is married to DJ Pablo Escobud and is a contributor at Phanganist.com, an online Party Magazine in Koh Phangan.
~ Toddle Joy Our time in Bangkok has shown us that raising young children in this buzzing, sometimes glitzy and glamorous, sometimes seedy metropolis is a phenomenal joy. Through this blog I hope to inform and inspire others about the joys of raising a toddler, both in general, and in a place like Thailand, where children are continuously adored and amazed by the world around them.
~ Karis Abroad Tales of an American girl living in Asia.
* Read our interview with Karisa.
~ Can I live in Thailand? An informative blog which will help you make up your mind if it is feasible to move to Thailand.
* Read our interview with Natalie.
~ Science. Finds. Life. - a blog. While her blog isn't Thai-centric, it does have some honorable mentions.
~ Crazy Little Family Adventure Chronicles of an expat family living in Bangkok.
* Read our interview with Orana.
~ Connie's Blog After a career in education in the U.S., and the death of my husband, finished a Masters of Public Health degree at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and worked in education in Hong Kong. Now lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
* Read our interview with Connie.
~ Bangkok Girl My expat life: eating,drinking and exploring my way around Bangkok.
~ The Facetious Farang Rice 'n' Ruminations from The Land of Smiles.
* Read our interview with Ruth.
~ Girlinisaan A blog about being a UK girl who is married to a Thai guy in Isaan.
~ My Home Koh Samui Life in Samui through the eyes of a local expat.
~ Vagabond Vo My name is Michelle. I’m headed to Bangkok to teach English for a little while.
~ Same Same but Different A blog about Thailand from the female teacher perspective: from rice fields, to food, to kindness of the people, to Buddhism, to the amazing balancing acts on motorbikes and more.
~ My Thai My-Thai.org is about my peronal Thailand experience. I am an Online Marketing Professional who grabs a chance to work as teacher at a college in Thailand.
~ A Glance (from the Thai-Burma border) I hope a few of you will choose to journey with me as I return to a place very near to my heart on the Thai-Burma border.
~ Pérégrinations d'une petite parisienne Expat in Thailand. (French blog)
~ Bangkooky Expat life in Bangkok.
~ The Too Huge World My name is Megan and I am from San Diego, CA. After living in Seoul, South Korea for a year I have now relocated to Bangkok, Thailand
~ Drawing Cows in Bruges I’m Heather. I like to take very amateur photographs, drink a lot of herbal tea, eat a lot of cake and watch a lot of French & Saunders. I also quite like travelling and finding out how other countries do things a bit differently. Before this blog Heather wrote another blog which you can find here.
* Read our interview with Mia.
~ Just add Inspiration I created this visual gallery to express my love for anything beautiful and creative and to just add something inspiring everyday to the world.
~ PlusThailand Thailand from a plus size perspective.
~ Bangkok by Bicycle I started this project during the big flood to show my worried friends and family that I was safe and dry for miles around. The flood is receding now, but riding the streets of Bangkok has proved to be less scary and more fun than I ever anticipated.
~ Laura Parker Currently, my family of five has bid goodbye to the mountains of the West to say hello to the jungles of Thailand. My husband and our three small children (ages 8, 6, and 4) live in the Northern city of Chiang Mai, where rice is at every meal and squatty-potties are very real.
~ Milk Blitz Street Bomb I'm a Canadian female who has spent close to four years of her life here in thailand, the last 2.5 in Buriram, Isaan. Women's concerns, status and safety in Thailand are major topics of mine. Essentially I write about what I wish I had known - my stay in Thailand has essentially been among working class Isaan people, including in muay thai gyms and it hasn't been easy.
* Read our interview with Laura.
~ Wandering Minds Overseas travel with a baby. Exploring ways to make money and become location independent. We're currently in Thailand.
~ Dee & Duke I recently arrived in Bangkok, Thailand, with my lovely boyfriend, I am discovering the East for the first time. With no precise idea of what’s in store for me, I keep discovering. And sharing.
* Read our interview with Daphne.
~ MissAdventure Where will I live? What age will I teach? Will I have hot water? A shower? Will my toilet consist of a bucket, or just a dirt hole? This blog is my attempt to take you along with me as I seek the answers to the questions above, so it is here that you will find all the coming tales of my leap into the unknown.
* Read our interview with Jessica.
~ Gen Y Wanderer This 20-something Seattle-native is currently trying out the expat life in Chiang Mai, Thailand, traveling, teaching and tasting as much Thai food as she can while deciding on her next move.
~ Big Mango Journal An American writer living in Bangkok since 2005, Heather's blog explores expat life in the Land of Smiles.
~ Weird is In Currently spreading the creepy throughout south east Asia.
~ I Can. You Can. We Can. I am a half-Venetian knitter, stitcher, dyer, grower, aesthete, historian, grammar-fascist, culinary goddess (modest too!), gamer, geek, - living in the UK... and constantly homesick for my beloved Venexia!
* Read our interview with Nicole.
~ Tuk-Tuks and Tigers Stories from an American family who moved to Chiang Mai Thailand from China.
* Read our interview with Shawna.
~ Splendor in the Lemongrass I'm Susan, and this is where I write about my life in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
* Read our interview with Susan.
~ Sheinanigans Welcome to Sheinanigans, a rich, velvety dip into food, laughter, and then some. I teach to learn and maybe inspire a student or two. I write to understand and touch a soul or three. I live to eat and love doing so with those who relish it just as much. I photograph to see things differently and hope that others can do so as well. I travel to remind myself that home is where you want it to be.
~ Dairy of a pilgrim Kim is a yoga instructor/wellness counselor who is settling in Phuket, Thailand.
~ Hey Mom & Dad, guess what I just did? Writer Anne Gould Northgraves lets her mom and dad (and everyone else) know she's OK with observations from her crazy worldwide adventures...after safely returning from said crazy adventures, of course.
~ Travels in Thailand Tales of a certain American girl living and working in Thailand
~ Teaching in Thailand I’m from Puyallup, Washington, but am currently located in Chonburi, Thailand where I am teaching English.
~ Emili and Kelly's Thai Adventure We're a recently engaged American couple who've also recently moved to Thailand to work as English teachers.
~ Laughter + Forgetting Studying, writing, and teaching in Bangkok, in the midst of laughing, learning, and playing.
* Read our interview with Erica.
~ How Long Are You Staying One Girl and Her Bag in Chiang Mai.
~ Narrative Disorder A blog about being an expat/expat wife in whichever city Danielle is living at the time (currently Bangkok), as well as various other interests including writing, fountain pens and geeky gadgets.
~ Welcome to the Jungle We are Mission Partners with Interserve that are living in Chiang Mai Thailand. We both love travelling and seeing the world, especially Africa and Asia.
~ A Little Adrift I'm Shannon, a storyteller and knowledge-seeker captivated by the world. Formally an actress and web-nerd, I left in 2008 to travel, volunteer, and scarf down delicious vegetarian eats all over the world.
~ A Little Adrift Jr. I am 11 years old and my aunt is homeschooling me through the sixth grade so we can travel through Asia until summer 2012! Right now we are living in Thailand, no idea where we'll go after :)
~ CoeeCoeeCoee The Adventures of Stray and Snap. 'An adventure is an activity that is perceived to involve risk, danger or exciting experiences'...or not! One year in Chiang Mai, Thailand ending Oct 2011. Last escape, a few weeks in Cambodia and Malaysia, Feb 2012.
* Read our interview with Neen.
~ The Serial Expat Diaries From Adelaide to Perth to Spain to Melbourne to Bangkok. Just a blog of words and photos from a family of four on the move.
~ The Girl in a Whirl I’m an Interior Designer originally from New Zealand, who has been living and working in S.E Asia and beyond for the past 6 years.
* Read our interview with Brigid.
~ We Go Together Saar. 24. Travels. Writes. Does that make her a travel-writer? Not just yet. Loves to bring all her beloved ones, earthly and heavenly creatures, along on her trip.
~ Big Mango Beginnings I am currently a Spanish teacher in Wisconsin, but will be moving to Bangkok with my husband to teach IT at a new American International School.
* Read our interview with Sharin.
~ My Own Meandering Experience An American's adventure teaching in Bangkok, Thailand.
~ Ramblings of a Hotelier's Wife Farewell & welcome parties, packing & unpacking, from one country to another, different languages, cultures & expectations to live with and expecting the unexpected... is part of my colourful life!
~ Die Auswanderer (In German but with English translation button) This blog is about the life of a German/Italian family in Bangkok. As a young couple we have been here before and now we are back as a family! After two English blogs I decided to try out my German.
~ Mixed Bag A collection of photos taken with whichever camera is attached to me at the time. People, architecture and art sometimes stop me in my tracks on my daily outings.
~ Kerry's Wee World I am originally from Yorkshire in the UK and headed to Phuket in Thailand in 2003. I have been in Phuket ever since! I used to spend most of my days scuba diving in the Similan Islands but also in Burma and the Andaman Islands. But now I have had to "grow up" a bit and so...
~ Bangkok I love you (most of the time) We moved to Thailand and wanted to make people jealous of our awesome and legendary adventures, so we have set up this blog. Be jealous!
~ (SmAsh) the World A (photo) blog based on how I lost my job, ran off to Thailand, and found a life.
~ The MacLeod Thaimes Our Adventures of Moving and Living in Bangkok, Thailand
~ Trunks Up! I'm currently teaching English in Thailand through the Council for International Education Exchange (CIEE). I spend my weekends and school breaks checking out the sites in Thailand and Southeast Asia, meeting new people, trying new food, and sunbathing on various islands.
~ Teaching English in a Foreign Land 20 something TEFL teacher in Bangkok.
~ Megnesium Location Mostly Bangkok. Bio Highly flammable. Thailand born, Singapore grown, Bangkok abused. I Love tea, and lust coffee.
~ About Jill Jill St. Onge, 27, died suddenly while traveling in Thailand's Phi Phi Island in 2009 but so far there has been no official explanation for her death. This blog is written by her family in which they unravel what has been happening since then.
~ Thai Women Talks Thai woman talking about Thai, language, culture, politics, Thai-farang, cross-cultural and relationships
* Read our interview with Kaewmala.
~ A Piece of Pai A blog written about Pai in North Thailand.
~ Missionary Midwife Mama I'm a SAHM currently living in SE Asia. My interests include my husband, our 4 children, our ministry here, natural health and living, midwifery, reading, learning Thai, etc.
~ Gypsy-K Taking some time out to let go, be free and see where the winds and the sea may take me...
~ My Thailand Diary Writing about my life here in Thailand with all its ups and downs.
~ Teetatea I'm a Cebuana working here in Bangkok. For now, I'm quite tied up with work and I love what I'm doing.
~ Whatcha got Bangkok A working travel and food guide with loads of reviews on restaurants, food and sightseeing.
~ Quarterlife Curiosity I am an American who has called Bangkok home for three plus years.
~ Oh My Travels We’ve broken out of our daily routine back in the UK to, erm, get back into a daily routine out here.
~ Learning in the Land of Smiles This is a project that began in Thailand. Sift through the archives and you'll find some entertaining stories about my life as a volunteer teacher in "the land of smiles."
~ Erika Burnham I am now teaching English in Thailand but I'm not happy just living my daily life, something's missing.
~ Thai Life + Travel a personal living and travel guide for Thailand written by Joanne. She is a half Thai-half American woman living and teaching in Bangkok.
~ Thai One On Yeah so I'm a thirty-something wife living in Thailand. Pretty much, I went from no passport to living in a country where I can't even freaking order lunch without it being a freakshow.
~ Valerie Goes to Thailand I am currently teaching English in the Northeastern Province of Thailand, Nakhon Phanom for a year.
~ Truth/Adair Musings & adventures of an opera singer in Thailand. I’m an American expat and Pacific NW girl at heart living in the metropolis of Bangkok, Thailand.
~ Hello Wanderlust Two Girls, One Dream, Lipstick Required.
~ Leap Feet First Eric and I had quite the adventure in getting our Thai drivers license. It began with each of us having to get a medical certificate to verify that we were free from the following conditions: Leprosy, Tuberculosis...
* Read our interview with Melanie.
~ A Place I Call Home Indonesian Farang in Phuket; Coming out here to live proved to be chalenging to me . No , it’s not the weather or the food but the language. I couldn’t understand Tinglish and I got tired of explaining to any stranger that I am a farang and “pood Thai mai dai”...
~ Trading Bangkok Dairy of a French Man and a Malaysian/Singapore raised Girl living in Bangkok.
~ Thai Village Life A woman marooned in a rural Thai Village. She has already left Thailand but its still interesting to read.
~ Follow that Elephant! Tales of an American expat in southeast Asia.
~ The Tell Thai Heart First generation American Chinese Thai living in Chiang Mai.
* Read our interview with Lani.
~ Bangkok Reality Smackdown I live in Bangkok. Looking for adventure and challenges and finding them every day. Living in another country is hard, people! Daily smackdown challenges include: Not Sweating to Death, Not Being Run Over By a Moving Vehicle, Scavenging for Food, Understanding Thai TV, and Eating ALL the Chips!
* Read our interview with Megan.
~ Thai Dye! A year or so at Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures.
~ Loving Rice An expat mama's record of local recipes and everyday adventures in Bangkok, Thailand.
~ Kel on Earth A blog about the fun, unusual, beautiful & down-right funny things found 'round this amazing planet.
~ The Robertsons of Mumbai (Who Have Suddenly Moved to Thailand) Kevin and Jennifer, newly married, set out to the subcontinent to seek their fortunes, experience cultural diversity, regain control of their health and their bellies, and finish one (1) PhD thesis.
~ Diary of a Munchkin Who are these Farang men who think they know what Farang girls are thinking? Most of these guys hardly ever hang out with Farang girls anyway. I've lived in Thailand more than 5 years and love this country, but for other reasons than the short skirts and hot legs.
~ Kat's Window to Thailand An old blog but interesting articles.
~ Marisa Marchitelli Photography, Video, Art, Travel & Food Blog
~ Funny Farangs A blog written by a guy posing as a Thai girl, funny nonetheless.
~ Simple Happy Thoughts This is me in a nutshell.. or rather in a coconut.
~ Go East, Young Woman A blog about culture and technology in South-East Asia
~ Haberview About our everyday life in Phuket, Thailand
~ Pipe Dreams Questions, thoughts, dreams and existential dilemmas.
~ Southeast Asia - Best Decision Ever My school year ended in March, followed by a 4 week summer course in which I got new, very young students, most who would later be in my class for the year.
~ My Jungle Life A freelance writer, restaurant owner, and jungle mama blogging about living on a small island and life in Thailand.
~ Expat Girl in A Sex-pat World I am a single western woman living in Thailand, where the majority of expats are men, and some of these men are what I refer to as Sex-Pats. Kat only published one podcast and then stopped, which isn't a surprise when you read the comments on her podcast..
~ Street Smart Sukhumvit You know you have been in Thailand too long when: You think it’s normal to have a beer at 9:00 a.m. You find luuk thung shows strangely hypnotic. You look four ways before crossing a one-way street. You realize that ALL your problems are caused by Thai girls or cranky ATMs. You suddenly realize you actually like the smell of durian...
~ Women Learning Thai... and some men too ;-) Are you looking for resources to learn Thai? Women Learn Thai is home to the largest collection of free Thai learning resources on the Internet
* Read our interview with Catherine.