by Wentworth Power

Every edition, 5,000 printed copies are distributed through the international women’s clubs, international schools, foreign embassies and consulates. Meanwhile, our online audience is growing fast. Thousands connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, each one directing traffic through to our popular website.

Since you’re here… we have a small favour to ask.

More people are reading Expat Life than ever but far fewer are paying for it. And advertising revenues across the media are falling fast. So you can see why we need to ask for your help.

Become an Expat Life in Thailand supporter

Expat Life’s magazine, website and social media take a lot of time, money and hard work to produce. We do it because we believe connecting our community matters – we work to give you a voice and a place to learn about the events and stories happening in your community. Support the community by subscribing to the magazine.

Benefits of the subscription:

  • A personal printed copy of the magazine mailed straight to your door. Six editions a year.
  • Fortnightly updates and a roundup of our online news delivered straight to your email inbox.
  • The satisfaction of making a contribution to your community.

To find out more, please phone Nick on 089 721 2284 or email nick[at]

Do you enjoy writing, telling stories or working your social-media magic on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram?

We are always looking for contributors to add their voice to the community – from school students, to trailing spouses to ambassadors. There are plenty of opportunities to feature your work online and in our magazine.

  • Writers – we’re open to ideas about anything you’re passionate about relating to living in Thailand and the communities we live in.
  • Photographers – help us to decorate our website in beautiful pictures of the country we live in and make our social media more engaging.
  • Social media management – a great opportunity for students to learn how digital marketing works.

Phone Nick on 089 721 2284 or email nick[at]

Prominent supporters of Expat Life in Thailand

Astrid Amaya

Astrid is the managing director of AOTA Art which organises art shows internationally for business and commerce. Astrid supports the distribution of the magazine and regularly writes lifestyle contributions and about her experiences in networking group SHOM – Spouses of Heads of Mission. Astrid’s husband is the Colombian Ambassador to Thailand.

Kathleen Pokrud

Kathy is the president of the International Women’s Club of Thailand and has been a member of the club for over 15 years. She is also an active member of the Hong Kong Ladies Group and American Women’s Club. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and writing and regularly contributes written features to Expat Life in Thailand about her experiences.