Welcome to Thailand

Hi everyone,

As a Thai person I think the landmark of Thailand is not beaches, mountains or waterfalls but it is ‘Thai smile’ 🙂

The nickname of Thailand is ‘the land of smile’. The minute that you step a foot in the country I am sure the first thing that you will see is a lovely welcome smile from a Thai person. With strangers most Thais are shy to talk to but they are not shy to show their lovely smile as a sign of being friendly.

Don’t be surprised when you see lots and lots of smiles here because that is what we love to do.

Put a smile on your face…welcome to Thailand:)

Chok-dii ka


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11 Responses to Welcome to Thailand

  1. Marc O'Donnell 30/05/2017 at 06:20 #

    Sawadii, krahp, Mod! Khop khun khruu phohm! Phom Marc ao riian Thai. Phom ja aarn and listen to khun videos. If you still offer Skype lessons, please send information. You are excellent. I hope you continue to help us, Ms. Mod.


    Marc O’Donnell
    Philadelphia, U.S.A.

    • Mod 05/06/2017 at 11:37 #

      Sawatdii ka Marc, thank you for your interest in learning Thai with us. I have sent you a response to your email already last Tuesday. We look forward to hearing from you. 🙂

  2. Ruumi 10/03/2014 at 03:17 #

    Dear Mod

    I think “The Land Of Smiles” is a beautiful Motif.
    I lovely way to enter a new culture.

  3. Ahmad 25/12/2013 at 18:52 #

    Dear Mod,

    I am expecting a Thai guest next month to stay in my family house for 5 days. Can you give me some tips about giving best hospitality for her (27 years old girl). for example in the airport how should i welcome her? hug? shake hands? just saying welcome? and any other tips will be very appreciated.

    thank you

  4. Saimun 08/11/2013 at 18:55 #

    Sawasdee ka Mod. Khun sa-bai dii mai?

    I’m quite new to Thai Language. Through Google search I just found your site and its a very good site for the beginners. Hope I can learn the Language through your blog.

    Kob khun ka.


    • Mod 08/11/2013 at 19:32 #

      Sawatdee ka Saimun,

      Thank you for visiting my site. I am happy to hear you found it useful in your Thai learning. I am re-uploading more lessons for beginners to my new YouTube channel. Please subscribe:https://www.youtube.com/user/ThaiwithMod

      If you are interested to take private Skype lessons, please write me at adjima_t@hotmail.com. : )

      kop kun ka,

  5. Kawin 20/08/2013 at 07:07 #

    YinDii TiiDai ReuJak Krab

    SawatDii Krap

    I am quite new to Thai Language. A friend suggested this place for my journey of learning Paasaa Thai. I only know Greetings now, but I hope to achieve to be a great thai writer and speaker.

    • Mod 20/08/2013 at 11:16 #

      Sawatdee ka Kawin, yin dii tii daai ruu-jak ka:)

      Thank you for visiting my website. We are happy to help you learn Thai language. My old YouTube channel where I uploaded about 60 videos has been suspended and I am waiting to hear if I will get it back. If not, I will re-upload all the videos to my new temporary channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/ThaiwithMod/videos

      If you are interested to have private online lessons, we are offering FREE trial lesson. Please write us at adjima_t@hotmail.com to discuss to find suitable schedule for you. 🙂

  6. Venancio 21/05/2013 at 08:49 #

    Sawatdee-krap, Kru Mod.

    Ah, what a pity! Well, times are changing. Maybe in the future some odd stylist proposes these as the ‘new’ costume.
    My wife loved them.

    Khop khun krap.

  7. Venancio 18/05/2013 at 05:04 #

    Sawatdii-krap, Kru Mod.


    Beatiful dresses too, does Thai people wear these only on special occasions, my wife wants to know.

    Bye, Bye.

    • Mod 19/05/2013 at 12:02 #

      Sawatdee ka Venancio,

      Thai people are not wearing these costume anymore. You might see staff at some traditional Thai restaurants or hotels in Thai traditional costume, or on stage performances.

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