Some of the posts and pages on this blog contain affiliate links, that means if you make a booking or purchase after clicking on one of the links I earn commission.
I don’t want you to worry, you pay absolutely nothing extra if you make a booking or purchase, you will actually pay the exact same price if you go direct to the source website.
For me, using affiliate links is a way to provide valuable, relevant content, and earn a little money from it. The fact is, even if the third party websites and services I link to did not offer the opportunity to for me to make a little commission I would still be linking to them. So in effect, if I don’t use the affiliate links I’m literally throwing money away.
What is an affiliate link?
On the blog you will notice there are links to companies like Agoda, Klook, HotelsCombined, ThaiFriendly, and so on. These companies have what is known as “affiliate programs”. Websites, content writers and bloggers, like me, can join the affiliate program, grab a chuck of “affiliate code” and add it to our links.
Here’s an example of affiliate code from Agoda – “&cid=1606071”, when added to the link url, that tells Agoda you clicked on a link from my website.
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