Faraang is a blog dedicated to foreigners in Bangkok. Keep in the know about the culture, history, festivals, and much more by subscribing and receive emails every time a new post goes up. If you’re a long term resident, just stopping over for a visit, or planning a trip to the Land of Smiles, this blog is your starting point for buffing up on Thailand’s tall tales and hard facts. Impress the locals with your knowledge, and show them that farangs can do more than “just stand around and look white.”
Ray Malcolm is the author of “Bangkok in the 1930s” a travel guide with a historical twist, available for $1.99 on Rama, an iPhone app found on iTunes or through the developer’s website. He also wrote ‘Lifelines‘ a short story selected for the 2011 New Asian Writing Short Story Anthology. Read the story on New Asian Writing’s website here. His other blog is Siamese Visions, which is dedicated to documenting and collecting good quality images from Thailand’s past and present and making them available in one, easy to search location.
Ray has lived in Thailand for over 2 years and hopes to spend many more years living and writing in this beautiful country.