People searching for a holiday destination this year might like to visit Asia after one disc jockey's recommendation.
Those considering Thailand holidays may be interested to note that Goldie told the Telegraph he enjoys the "spiritual vibe" of the country.
He got married to his wife Mika in the nation last year in a Buddhist temple just outside Phuket and they stayed at Kamala Beach, which may encourage others on honeymoon to do the same.
And the couple love the country so much that they are currently building a home in Kamala Hills.
But the actor reserved special praise for the Sri Panwa resort in Thailand, adding: "They look after you like kings, bringing platters of food and attending to your every whim."
Tim Yap, writing for Phil Star, shares Goldie's passion for the Asian country and especially Chang Mai, which he described as the cultural capital of the nation.