Chiang Mai (city) – a concluding review

Chiang Mae means ‘the new city’. It was built in 1296 and previously known as the capital of the ancient ...
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Mae Taeng – A concluding article

Most of the tourist activities in Chiang Mae area are based in Taeng Mae and its vicinity – many elephant ...
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Kanchanaburi / The Tiger Cave Temple – Wat Tham Sua

Unlike some destinations in Thailand that provide no more than an artificial show for tourists (like the floating market Damnoen ...
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Pattaya / The Upside-Down House

Pattaya / The Upside-Down House

The Upside Down House is a nice little attraction for kids, located south of Pattaya city in Sattahip area (very ...
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Pattaya / Baan Sukhawadee

Sukhawadee is a complex of gardens and European-styled palaces, which was established by a Thai billionaire near the shore in ...
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Pattaya / Sanctuary of Truth

The Sanctuary of Truth in Nakluea area (the northern part of Pattaya) is one of the prominent quality attractions in ...
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The city of Pattaya – View Point

Between the city of Pattaya and Jomtien beach, there’s a large hill called Phra Tumnak Hill. In this calm, quiet ...
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Pattaya / Nong Nooch Gardens

Nong Nooch Gardens is a famous, popular attraction in Sattahip area, some 30-40 minutes ride, south of Pattaya center. This ...
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Pattaya Buddha Mountain / Khao Chi Chan

One of the famous symbols of Pattaya area – a mountain with a giant Buddha engraving, which is known as ...
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Pattaya / Koh Larn

Koh Larn is a small island near Pattaya, whose only advantage is that its beaches are better than the unpleasant ...
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Mae Hong Son - Doi Kongmoo Temple

Mae Hong Son town \ Doi Kong Mu

The mountain and temple which graces its top are one of the few famous destinations around Mae Hong Son town ...
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Mae Hong Son Town Walking Street

Mae Hong Son Town Walking Street

Between October – February the town center features a nice market, and no car traffic is allowed in the area ...
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Mae Hong Son town

Mae Hong Son town

Mae Hong Son is a small town (roughly the size of Pie), which functions as the capital of Mae Hong ...
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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

 Damnoen Saduak Floating Market , Thailand is home to many floating markets, that also function as hang-out spots for locals over ...
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A Real Thai Massage in Bangkok

A Real Thai Massage in Bangkok

A Real Thai Massage ,  In the Thai language, the Thai massage is called Nuet Thai or Nuet Pen Boran, ...
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Thipsamai – The Most Famous Pad Thai Restaurant in Bangkok

Thipsamai – The Most Famous Pad Thai Restaurant in Bangkok, Pad Thai is the most famous Thai dish in the world ...
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Thang Sai Temple, Baan Krut, Prachuap Khirikhan

Thang Sai Temple, Baan Krut, Prachuap Khirikhan

Two hours’ drive south of Hua Hin, in an area call Baan Krut (in Prachuap Khirikhan), stands the temples Wat ...
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Kanchanaburi - Sangkhlaburi

Sangkhlaburi (สังขละบุรี) – Sangkhla Buri District

Sangkhlaburi (สังขละบุรี)   is a sub-county of Kanchanaburi, near the border with Burma. The area is covered with green and wildlife, but ...
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Ko Tao Hotels

Kao Tao Hotels and Resorts

Kao Tao also has Great hotels and resorts under the travel agencies’ radars, and they’re the best ones. We struggled ...
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Thailand Urban Islands  : Ko Samui

Thailand Urban Islands : Ko Samui

Ko Samui is mostly an urban island without unique attractions. Most of the beaches are reasonable but not more than ...
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The Grand Palace – The complex structure / Bangkok

The Grand Palace in Bangkok is one of the most important and popular tourist destinations in Thailand. It is a ...
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The Grand Palace – History / Bangkok

The Grand Palace in Bangkok is one of the most important and popular tourist destinations in Thailand. It is a ...
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Ayutthaya – a Historical Review / first article in the series

Ayutthaya – a Historical Review / first article in the series

Ayutthaya, or in its full name - Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, was established back in 1350 by king U-Thong, and ...
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Ayutthaya – Temples and Other Places of Interest / second article in the series

Ayutthaya – Temples and Other Places of Interest / second article in the series

The city of Ayutthaya abounds with historical places of interest and various temples. I must say that rushing from one ...
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Ayutthaya – Wat Chaiwatthanaram

Ayutthaya – Wat Chaiwatthanaram

Wat Chaiwatthanaram is definitely one of the most beautiful and impressive historical sites in Ayutthaya. The temple ‘sits’ on Chao ...
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Ayutthaya – Wat Phra Sri Sanphet

Ayutthaya – Wat Phra Sri Sanphet

Wat Phra Sri Sanphet means "Temple of the Holy, Splendid Omniscient". It was the richest, most impressive and sacred temple ...
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Ayutthaya – Wat Phra Mahathat

Ayutthaya – Wat Phra Mahathat

One of the main attractions in the temple is the Bunyan tree, as between its roots you can see the ...
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Ayutthaya – Wat Lokaya Sutha

Ayutthaya – Wat Lokaya Sutha

Lokaya Sutha temple has been massively destroyed and the only attraction there is a giant, reclining Buddha statue, called Phra ...
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Ayutthaya – Wat Yai Chai Mongkol

Ayutthaya – Wat Yai Chai Mongkol

Wat Yai Chai Mongkol can be also written as Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, which means the Great Temple of the ...
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Ayutthaya – Wat Mongkhon Bophit

Wat Mongkhon Bophit can be also written as Wat Mongkol Bophit; it is one of the most active temples in ...
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Ayutthaya – Wat Phanan Choeng

Wat Phana Choeng is a historic site, yet one of the most active temples in Ayutthaya. The temple is sacred ...
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Chatuchak area – a general review

Chatuchak area – a general review

I won’t say too much about this huge market (many say the biggest one in Asia and the entire world) ...
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Malika – A Journey Back in Time (some 100 years ago) / Kanchanaburi

Unlike some destinations in Thailand that provide no more than an artificial show for tourists (like the floating market Damnoen ...
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Wat Tham Khao Wong – Uthai Thani

When I first laid eyes on a picture of the temple ( Wat Tham Khao Wong  ), I thought it ...
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Chiang Rai – Wat Rong Khun / The White temple

A spectacular, exceptional temple, that will impress even those who aren’t temple enthusiasts ...
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The Crystal Temple (Wat Tha Sung) – Uthai Thani

A spectacular, exceptional temple, that will impress even those who aren’t temple enthusiasts ...
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The Thai Jurassic Park (Hup Pa Tat) – Uthai Thani

In ancient times, the valley was in a huge cave; when a part of its ‘ceiling’ collapsed, it enabled the ...
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The Black House – Chiang Rai

The Black House (Baan Dam) is one of the most unusual attractions in Chiang Rai. It is not a temple, ...
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Tea Plantations – Chiang Rai

Choui Fong Tea Plantations are a private/family business, successfully administered by Ms. Shanya Chang who inherited it from her father ...
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Pai Walking Street – Mae Hong Son

A very fun, entertaining and colorful place. One of the best Walking Streets in Thailand ...
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Singha Park – Chiang Rai

Though you may explore the park by foot, it is a huge surface, so you should probably join the trailer ...
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Mae Fah Luang Gardens – Chiang Rai

Mae Fah Luang Gardens are among the royal family’s projects in Chiang Rai and the entire north; they are the ...
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Pai Canyon – Mae Hong Son

Pai Canyon is one of the most interesting and impressive attractions in the town of Pai. In Thai, it is ...
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Mork Fa Waterfall / Chiang Mai 

Mork Fa waterfall can be found in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park, in a wonderfully green area that hasn’t been commercialized yet. The waterfall is 60 ...
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Pai Attractions

Pai Attractions

As I have previously mentioned, Pai and its surroundings have few attractions, and the area is mainly a chill-out tourist ...
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Mae Hong Son - Baan Jabo

Ban Jabo Village – Mae Hong Son

One of the most famous attractions in the Ban Jabo Village is a humble noodles restaurant on a hanging terrace ...
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Phu Klon Mud Spa – Mae Hong Son

Simple, yet lovely spa where you can enjoy several types of treatments and masks in affordable prices ...
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Pha Suea Waterfall – Mae Hong Son

The water of Pla Suea Waterfall come from Sa Nga river in Myanmar, and the waterfall is the most beautiful ...
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The Chinese Village of Ban Rak Thai – Mae Hong Son

Not only is this place beautiful, but also the road which gets you there – some 45 km from the ...
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Temple of Wat Pa Tam Wua – Mae Hong Son

On the way between Tham Lod (Lod cave) and the city of Mae Hong Son, there is a magical, mystical, ...
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Pang Oung “Switzerland of Thailand” – Mae Hong Son

Pang Oung “Switzerland of Thailand” is a spectacular, beautiful area, some 40 km away from the city of Mae Hong ...
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Su Tong Pae bamboo bridge - Mae Hong Son

Su Tong Pae bamboo bridge – Mae Hong Son

The bamboo bridge is a few hundreds of meters long. It connects Ban Kung Mai Sak village to Wat Tham ...
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Pang Tong Palace – Mae Hong Son

Pang Tong Palace is one of the royal family’s projects, that were designed to promote agriculture in Mae Hong Son ...
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Long Neck Tribe – Mae Hong Son

One of the most famous attractions of Mae Hong Son province is a visit to the village of the long ...
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Doi Inthanon National Park Part B – The King and Queen Pagodas, markets and more / Chiang Mai

Phra Mahathat Naphamethanidon and Nophamethanidon are 2 spectacular pagodas that were built for the Thai king & queen’s birthday. The ...
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Doi Inthanon National Park Part A – Walking track, waterfalls and Doi Inthanon mountain top

Doi Inthanon National Park is very popular among locals and tourists alike, who come here to enjoy the fresh, cool ...
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Sankampaeng Hot Springs – Chiang Mai

30 km south of Chiang Mai city, slightly after the umbrella and handicraft villages (Bo Sang & Sankampaeng), you’ll find ...
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Bo Sang Umbrella Village & Sankampaeng Villages – Paper Umbrellas and Various Handicrafts – Chiang Mai

Some 13 km south of Chiang Mai city, on route 1006 (Sankampaeng Rd) there are several villages that function as ...
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Tham Lod – Mae Hong Son

Tham Lod (Lod cave) is one of the most impressive and interesting caves in Thailand. It is located halfway between ...
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Tham Pla – The Fish Cave- Mae Hong Son

Some 17 km from the city of Mae Hong Son, there’s a little park called Tham Pla Forest Park. It ...
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The Town of Pai - Mae Hong Son

The Town of Pai – Mae Hong Son

Pai is a small yet very famous town in Mae Hong Son Province; it is well known to campers and ...
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Wat Ban Den – Mae Taeng area – Chiang Mai

Wat Ban Den is a unique, spectacular place to visit – seemingly taken from an illustrated fairy tale and gracefully ...
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Pong Dueat Hot Spring / Chiang Mai

“The Geyser”, or in its full name Pong Dueat Hot Spring, is located in the district of Mae Taeng ...
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Op Luang National Park / Chiang Mai

Op Luang is a small yet charming national park, with impressive, mysterious landscapes. It is located south east of the ...
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Nai Yang Beach – Phuket Thailand

Nai Yang Beach is located only 1.5 Km. away from Phuket airport. Next to it there are some resorts and ...
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Rawai Beach – Phuket Thailand

Rawai Beach is not suited for bathing in the sea however it is a sea food paradise, great for sea ...
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Nai Harn Beach – Phuket Thailand

Nai Harn Beach is one of the best and most beautiful beaches in Phuket and due to its relatively far ...
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Kata Noi Beach – Phuket Thailand

Kata Noi Beach is smaller than Kata Beach but it is very pleasant and clean. The beach is relatively isolated ...
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Kata Beach – Phuket Thailand

Kata Beach is a great beach with soft white sand surrounded by lush green hills, clean blue waters, plenty of ...
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Karon Beach – Phuket Thailand

Karon Beach is much more relaxing than Patong Beach and it is suitable for families. I can’t explain it, but ...
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Paradise beach – Phuket Thailand

Paradise beach has more disadvantages than advantages and I don’t recommend it. In addition the road leading to Paradise Beach ...
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Patong Beach – Phuket Beaches

Patong beach is best suited for tourists looking out for vibrant nightlife, prostitutes and drag queens, etc., however, families or ...
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Rafting Chiang Mai

Mae Taeng river which cuts through the area enables a fun rafting experience for the entire family ...
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Tha Ton Town & Wat Tha Ton Temple – Chiang Mai

Wat Tha Ton Temple – is a large complex with Chinese elements, located on different levels of the hill. Every ...
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Doi Ang Khang – Chiang Mai

In the past, the place was covered with opium fields, that grew thanks to the work of local tribes, but ...
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Chiang Dao Cave – Chiang Mai

Chiang Dao cave, which is in fact, a complex of 100 caves that are connected to one another. The caves ...
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Bua Thong waterfalls – Si Lanna National Park – Chiang Mai

Bua Thong waterfalls stand out, and you won’t get to see similar sites in any other place in Thailand, so ...
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Si Lanna National Park – Chiang Mai

The entire area is off the standard tourist grid, away from the common, redundant path. However, it is popular among ...
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The Giant Café – Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai / The Giant Café ,  A 90-minute drive from the city of Chiang Mai, while heading towards the ...
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Big natural islands: Ko Chang, Ko Lanta and Ko Phangan

This is a wonderful group of big natural islands which have not yet been completely commercialized. In this group you ...
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Wat Huay Mongkol Temple

Wat Huay Mongkol temple is actually a complex of temples which is the home of the biggest monk statue in ...
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MBK Shopping Center – Mah Boon Krung

Opinions are divided regarding the MBK that on the one hand has many fans and on the other, many who ...
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About Thailand

About Thailand

Are you looking for information about Thailand? Visiting Thailand, especially as a family, requires paying a considerable amount of money ...
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Transportation in Bangkok

Transportation in Bangkok

Bangkok is a huge city, which seems very complicated to those who don't know it well. Despite its huge size ...
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Krabi 4 islands tour

Krabi 4 islands tour The Krabi 4 islands tour  is one of the most popular cruises going out from Krabi Thailand ...
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Phra Pradaeng

Samut Prakan is a province to the south east of Bangkok, which extends its branches to the center of the ...
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Flow House” closed hall wave surfing”

The Flow House is located at the center of Bangkok, at the end of Sukhumvit soi 26, (almost at the ...
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Bang Nampeung –The Floating Market in Bangkok – Directions and Tips

Bang Nampeung –The Floating Market in Bangkok – Directions and Tips

Up until recent years, the vast majority of tourists and even foreigners who live in Bangkok, didn't know there is ...
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Indoor Activities for Young Kids & Toddlers in Bangkok

special attention to the youngest kids and toddlers (from 6 months and older). This article will highlight selected Bangkok places ...
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Dragon Temple – Wat Sampran

On the main road to Kanchanaburi, at Nakhon Pathom district, lies a unique and unusual looking temple. A round and ...
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Asiatique – Bangkok’s Night Market

Asiatique – Bangkok's Night Market was opened on April 2012, on the banks of the Chao Phraya river. Since the ...
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Ko Kret – the island in Chaopraya river, Nontaburi, Thailand

Ko Kret is a small island in the Chaopraya River, very close to the north bounds of Bangkok. It is ...
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Chao Phraya Express Boats Bangkok

Chao Phraya Express Boats Bangkok

Much like BTS (Skytrain) and MRT (metro), Bangkok public river boats - Chao Praya Express Boats - offer a great ...
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Wat Sothon Wararam Worawihan

Wat Sothon Wararam Worawihan

I highly recommend visiting Wat Sothon, if you wish to soak in even a little of the Thai existence and ...
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Muang Boran Ancient City ( Bangkok Old City )

Muang Boran Ancient City ( Bangkok Old City )

The Ancient City is the largest open air museum in the world, which spreads over some 250 acres. The park ...
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Markets in China Town ,Bangkok

The area of China Town in Bangkok Thailand holds a vast amount of colorful and energetic markets where you could ...
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Ayutthaya Province – Bang Pa-In Summer Palace

Ayutthaya’s real gem is Bang Pa-In – the summer palace of Thai kings for generations. It is a spectacular, pastoral ...
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Khao Yai National Park

Khao Yai is the first national park announced in Thailand, (on 1962), and it is considered to be the best ...
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Pak Chong Area – “Swiss Thailand”

Pak Chong area offers plenty of family activities. There are farms where you can ride horses, ATV's, zip-lines, carting and ...
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Nakhon Nayok Province

Nakhon Nayok is a wonderful province with plenty of wild nature, rivers and lakes, any many tourist attractions. Despite its ...
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Introduction to Thailand’s islands

A strange expression I heard many times is "We are going to the islands" – this expression is simply ridiculous ...
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Thailand Urban Islands : Phuket

Ko Samui is mostly an urban island without unique attractions. Most of the beaches are reasonable but not more than ...
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Thailand islands – natural small islands (Part 1)

Thailand islands - natural small islands (Part 1) : In the small natural island group you can find Ko Lipe, ...
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Thailand islands – natural small islands (Part 2)

In the small natural islands group ( 2 ) you can find Ko Lipe, Ko Samed, Ko Tao, Ko Phayam, ...
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Thailand’s Islands Summary

It is more than possible that the word "island" awakes your fantasies… and many tourists simply have a connotation of ...
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Ko Tao Travel Guide

Ko Tao Island which means sea turtle island is a relatively small and very pleasant island located on Thailand's east ...
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Vana Nava Water Park – Hua Hin

Not so long ago (at the end of 2014) a new Water Park, and the most elaborate one to date, ...
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The 4 Islands tour from Ko Lanta Island

The 4 Islands tour at Ko Lanta includes the following islands: Ko Karadan, Ko Mook, ko Chuek and Ko Ngai ...
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Chinatown Markets – Sampeng alley, Klong Thom Market and the Sua Pa area

Chinatown area in Bangkok hosts many colorful and lively markets where you can find almost anything you desire. The entire ...
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Ko Rok Isalnd Travel Guide

The beaches are really magnificent with very soft white sand and amazing clear turquoise blue waters. Beautiful rain forest with ...
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Hua Hin – Thailand Royal resort town

The resort town of Hua Hin is rightly considered by many (including myself) as the best resort town in Thailand ...
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Hua Hin attractions

Hua Hin's beaches stretch over many miles ahead, so that anyone can find a good place to enjoy the sun ...
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Hua Hin Resorts & Hotels (Third article)

Hua Hin offers plenty of hotels and Hua Hin resorts for any spending level of – beginning with simple guesthouses ...
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Fishing Hua Hin – Boat

One of the most interesting attractions which is also a great adventure, is fishing on a real fishing boat. Going ...
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Real All-Terrain Vehicles tour – Hua Hin ATV

All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV's) tour starts at Pranburi beach (Hua Hin area) and goes along the beaches, towards the rural area ...
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Santorini Park Hua Hin

Santorini amusement park looks like a typical Greek village. It offers plenty of shops, restaurants and a variety of different ...
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Ko Lipe – ways to get to Ko Lipe

Ko Lipe is one of the most amazing islands in Thailand, and many say it is the most beautiful one ...
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Ko Lipe and its surrounding area – beaches, islands, snorkeling and nightlife

Ko Lipe is every tropical islands lover's dream – one of nature's miracles with many great beaches, soft white sands ...
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Ko Yao and Phang Nga bay

Ko Yao Noi in Phang Nga Bay

he beautiful Ko Yao Noi island is one of the only non-commercialized islands left. The typical resort building wave which ...
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Phuket Beaches – Travel

This is the first article about Phuket beaches and it will concentrate on most of the beaches on the island ...
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Krabi – Lane Bay Kayaking

This magnificent bay is beautifully decorated with huge limestone rocks towering over Mangrove forests with plenty of wild life and ...
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Princess Terrace Bangkok Restaurant & Pub

The Princess Terrace Bangkok restaurant is a beautiful, modern and pleasant (however not expensive) river restaurant overlooking a magnificent view ...
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Phang Nga Bay – Thailand Travel Guide

Thailand Phang Nga bay is an outstandingly pretty region with its amazing natural beauty, lots of islands, limestone karsts, caves ...
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Tanboke Koranee National Park – Ao Leuk district, Krabi Provingce – Kayaking Experience

This article will describe one of the most popular and well known kayaking areas in Krabi province, in Ban Bor ...
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Similan Islands

The islands' name, Similan, means the number 9 in the Malaysian dialect (Yawi). In 1982 Similan Islands were announced by ...
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How Much Money Do I Need for Thailand ?

For many years in the past, I was a very active member in various forums discussing Thailand, and the above ...
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Climbing on Paneon Thung Mountain – Kaeng Krachan National Park

Kaeng Krachan National Park spreads over 3,000 square Km. It begins on the eastern slopes of Tenasserim mountains which border ...
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Thailand Scams – Tourist in Thailand

This article reviews the top scams and most common frauds in Thailand, to inform and warn you in advance. The ...
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Ton Pariwat Wildlife Senctuary

Ton Pariwat Wildlife Senctuary is located in Song Phraek district. It is an enchanting nature reserve to which I will ...
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Wat Suwan Kuha Temple – Special temple in a cave ( Suwankuha Temple)

The locals call it Wat Tham, (which means the temple cave). The temple, built inside a cave has historical, theological ...
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Hua Hin Night Bazaar

The Hua Hin Night Bazaar is also known as the Chat Chai Market and it is located right at the ...
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The Venezia Hua Hin

Bangkok is a shopping Mecca and full of shopping centers popular with both Thais and tourists. Most shopping centers (and ...
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Cicada Market – Hua Hin town

Located in a park at the south of Hua Hin, you will find Cicada Market. The market is found in ...
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Cha-Am Resort Town near Hua Hin

Cha Am offers great beaches, plenty of hotels and lodgings of all sorts and price levels, as well as various ...
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Khao Takiab – The cliff and beaches of south Hua Hin

Khao Takiab is the name of a very famous cliff at the south of Hua Hin, the royal holiday town ...
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Premium Outlet Hua Hin

When name brands and designer shopping is the topic –Premium Outlet Hua Hin is the senior outlet plaza in the ...
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Srinakarin Lake – Kanchanaburi

Srinakarin Lake was created when the Thai government built Srinakarin Dam on the Kwai Yai River. The dam was built ...
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Huai Mae Khamin Waterfalls, Srinakarin National Park, Kanchanaburi

Lots of tourists have heard about the famous Erawan Falls of Kanchanaburi province, however, only a few heard about Huai ...
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Petchburi River Rafting

As the national park receives a lot of rain and there is plenty of water on the Petchburi river the ...
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Bangkok – Indoors activities for young kids & babies

In the last few years, Thailand has become an attractive destination for families with kids, in all ages. I have ...
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Prasat Hin Phimai – Korat

Phimai is a small, quiet town. It is located some 50 km. from Khorat. Despite its humble size and serene ...
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KidZania – The New City for kids in Bangkok

From the moment you enter this city, you’ll find yourselves in a magical world made just for kids and their ...
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Hua Hin – Ao Manao

About an hour drive south of Hua Hin, the royal holiday town, lays one of the most beautiful bays in ...
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Khao Lak – one of Thailand’s best holiday sites

When we think of Thailand, we imagine great beaches spread over miles and miles ahead, smooth soft white sand, clear ...
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Khao Lak – resorts and beaches

Khao Lak that it is a respectful holiday place. The local low in Khao Lak forbids building resorts and hotels ...
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The beach town of Pranburi and Pak Nam Pran

Pranburi is a charming small and peaceful beach town located between the royal holiday town of Hua Hin and Sam ...
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Kaeng Krachan National Park

Kaeng Krachan National Park is an ideal place for nature and trek lovers and for anyone who wishes to enjoy ...
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Sam Roy Yot National Park

Sam Roy Yot National Park is a diverse one, you can find the biggest swamp in Thailand there, as well ...
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Travel from Prachuap Khiri Khan to Chumphon

he way from Prachuap Khiri Khan to Chumphon , We started our jurney in Bangkok ...
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Bangkok Floating Market – Talat Nam Lat Mayom

The Talat Nam Lat Mayom floating market is one of the floating markets located inside the city of Bangkok (like ...
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Krabi Zipline : Tree Top

Tree Top Adventure Park or "Flight of the Gibbons" have become famous tourist attractions in recent years. Some tourists seems ...
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Nopparat Thara Beach and Klong Muang Beach – Krabi Province

Klong Muang beach is great for wealthy people who are looking for very high quality expensive hotels and some peace ...
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Railay beach & Phra Nang beach

Raily Beach and the surrounding area – in my opinion, the area is certainly worth a visit. This can be ...
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Ao Nang Beach, Krabi Province

There are 2 beaches in Ao Nang town – Ao Nang beach and Napparat Thara beach. The two beaches are ...
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Thailand Cultural Center & Siam Niramit Show 

The Siam Niramit Show, which takes place at the Thailand Cultural Center in the heart of Bangkok, is a spectacular ...
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The Emerald Pool Thailand & Hot Springs, Krabi Province – Sa Morakot

The Emerald Pool, or as it is called in Thai, "Sa Morakot" is a charming nature gem. The pool is ...
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Cheow Lan Lake - Khao Sok National Park

Cheow Lan Lake – Khao Sok National Park

The lake is considered Khao Sok National Park's main attraction. It is one of the prettiest lakes in the world ...
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Ko Hong – The beautiful island near Krabi

Ko Hong (the room island) is part of a group of 42 limestone islands located at the edge of Tanbok ...
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Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Thailand, wild nature, breathtaking beauty ...
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Samut Songkhram Travel Province and the Amphawa Travel District

Samut Songkhram Travel Province and the Amphawa Travel District

Samut Songkhram Province is located some 70 kilometers west of Bangkok and holds many attractions. To name some: Damnoen Saduak ...
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Muang Sing Historical Park – Kanchanaburi

Muan Sing means the Lion's City. There are remains of an old Khmer temple and a small museum with local ...
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Lawa Cave – Kanchanaburi

Lawa Cave is located some 50 meters from the Khawe Noi River, it is 500 meters long and has lots ...
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Srinakarin Dam – Kanchanaburi

The dam is located on Srinakarin National Park where there are caves, waterfalls and lots of walking treks. The huge ...
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Erawan Waterfalls – Kanchanaburi

The waterfalls are 1.5 Km. long and their drops create wide pools which are great for swimming – so please ...
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The Bridge on the River Kwai

The Bridge on the River Kwai is the most famous tourist attraction of Kanchanaburi province. The bridge became famous in ...
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Bathing with Elephants in Kanchanaburi Province

One of the most enjoyable tourist attractions of our Kanchanaburi province tour is bathing with elephants. This is great fun ...
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Hellfire Pass – Kanchanaburi

A memorial site and a museum were built in memory of those prisoners of war who lost their lives in ...
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Mega Bangna

A huge new shopping complex that opened a few months ago. I decided to take a short visit and was ...
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Hindad Hot Springs Kanchanaburi

The Hindad Hot Springs are found approx. 120 Km. away from the town of Kanchanaburi and half an hour by ...
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The Death Railway – Kanchanaburi

The Death Railway is the name given to the 415 Km. long railway built by the Japanese during World War ...
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Hua Hin – Black Mountain Water Park

Black Mountain Water Park in Hua Hin is open for visitors a few years now ...
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The Sala – Hua Hin Hills Vineyard

The restaurant's design is quite modern and spacious. There is a rich menu offering plenty Thai and western dishes. As ...
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Bangkok Cruise and Dining – A comparison

Enjoying a river cruise and dinner in Bangkok is one of the nicest experiences in the city – yet tourists ...
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Phetchaburi Province

Phetchaburi province is located a short ride away, west of Samut Songkran. It is one of Thailand’s main provinces, situated ...
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Airport Rail Link – the Train line from the Airport to Downtown Bangkok

Airport Rail Link – the Train line from the Airport to Downtown Bangkok

Just like in many other big cities across the world, a train line from Suvarnabhumi international airport to the city ...
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Maeklong Railway Market – Talat Rom Hub – The Folding Umbrella Market

One of the most famous attractions at Amphawa is the Umbrella Pulldown Market, or by its Thai name – Talat ...
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Ko Tachai – Tachai Island

Ko Tachai is well known for its quality reef and abundance of fish. It is especially known for the many ...
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Bang Krajao – The Green Lung of Bangkok

Most tourists can hardly believe it – but just a few minutes away from the center of Bangkok, a short ...
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Surin Islands – one of the best diving places in the world

Surin Islands are a group of 5 islands which all together constitute the Mu Ko Surin National Park. It is ...
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Pala-U Waterfalls

Pala-U waterfalls found in an evergreen forest by the same name, only 60 Km. (approx. an hour drive), from the ...
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Ko Talu Travel– Talu Island – a small wonderful island near Hua Hin

What turns this lovely island (Ko Talu) into an ideal target for anyone travelling to central Thailand is its relatively ...
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Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park

Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park

The entire complex was built by king Mongkut, Rama 4, who passed by, adored the beauty of the place, and ...
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Esplanade - Entertainment and Shopping Center

Esplanade – Entertainment and Shopping Center

Esplanade is a 7-floor shopping center which spreads across more than 100,000 square meters. Built according to the modern “Artetainment” ...
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Rabieng Tale Beach Restaurant - Bangkok

Rabieng Tale Beach Restaurant – Bangkok

Imagine you are relaxing at Bangkok beach and watching the sunset as a nice breeze comes blowing from the ocean ...
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BTS Skytrain – General information

The Skytrain's greatest advantage is time!! It covers the distance from one stop to another in a single minute, and ...
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Buying Tickets for Bangkok Skytrain (BTS)

Taking the Skytrain is very simple. Those of you who are visiting Bangkok and using the Skytrain for the first ...
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Bangkok Doll Museum

In a small alley at Din Daeng area, in the center of Bangkok, lies a humble, unique museum - Bangkok ...
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Entering and Exiting the BTS Skytrain Station

Entering the station area – after buying tickets (for a single journey / a rechargeable SmartPass), you can pass through ...
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MRT

Taking the MRT (Underground)

Bangkok Subway - MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) offers the most effective and convenient way to get to the weekend market ...
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Wat Saman Rattanaram – The Big Ganesh Temple in Thailand

Wat Saman Rattanaram is an hour's drive away from Bangkok, in the nearby province – Chachoengsao. You can include your ...
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Klong Khon – Swimming Monkeys, Oyster Harvesting, Mud Ski and more…

The Klong Khon area is a special nature area filled with mangrove forests. This is where you can observe the ...
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Bangkok Canals by Longtail Boat

Most tourists refer to the canal tour as though there is a single route – but there are several possible ...
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Buriram Kite Festival

The festival area featured decorated vehicles with little displays on, singing performances, dance and folklore shows, local products displays, lighted ...
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Amphawa floating market and fireflies cruise

Amphawa floating market and fireflies cruise

The Amphawa floating market is the most beautiful and enchanting floating market in Thailand in my opinion. This floating market ...
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Benjarong- Thailand’s Royal Porcelain

The Benjarong is a traditional Thai handicraft which produces spectacular porcelain with various designs, patterns and colors. The word Benjarong ...
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Bangkok Dinner Cruises in 'Thai' boats

Bangkok Dinner Cruises in ‘Thai’ boats

After trying several boats, I highly recommend the dinner cruise on a Thai boat which is designated to serve locals ...
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Bang Poo The Seagulls Beach – Bangkok

Between the months of October-June, the area is filled with thousands of seagulls from different breeds, as well as many ...
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Bangkok - Patpong

Patpong Night Market – Bangkok

Patpong Night Market , When I first visited Thailand over 20 years ago, Patpong area was a famous, popular place, ...
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Karting - Bangkok

PPT Speedway Indoor Karting – Bangkok

PPT Speedway Indoor Karting , PPT Speedway is the biggest indoor karting track in the world. It's the first track ...
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The Three Headed Elephant Temple - Erawan Museum

The Three Headed Elephant Temple – Erawan Museum

מקדש הפיל-בעל-3-הראשים (Chang Sam Suen) הינו אטרקציה מרהיבה ומיוחדת במינה בבנגקוק (Samut Prakan). מבנה ענק בצורת פיל בעל 3 ראשים ...
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Ko Chang Island

Ko Chang, (the elephant island), is the second largest island in Thailand, (only Phuket is bigger than Ko Chang island) ...
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Buddha Dhrama Relics Museum

Buddha Dharma Relics Museum

I had no idea of this lovely museum until a local friend recommended visiting it. I'm happy to say I ...
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Wat Arun – The Temple of Dawn – Bangkok

Wat Arun, which is also known as the Temple of Dawn (วัดอรุณ), is one of the most prominent symbols of ...
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Wat Pariwat – ‘the David Beckham Temple’

Very few tourists know that Bangkok is home to a unique temple, which contains a statue of the hugely famous ...
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Bangkok – Chinese New Year

On New Year’s Day, the Chinese people wear red clothes, that together with gold, are said to bring good luck ...
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Chatuchak Bangkok Weekend Market ; Chatuchak Plaza ; JJ Mall Market

I won’t say too much about this huge market (many say the biggest one in Asia and the entire world) ...
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The Bangkok BRT – New, Modern Bus Line

The Bangkok BRT – New, Modern Bus Line

The BRT (bus rapid transit) was launched in 2010. It consists of modern, up-to-date busses which run through an exclusive, ...
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Issarn - Buriram - Prasat Phanom Rung

Prasat Phanom Rung – Buriram

Prasat Phanom Rung ,The Phanom Rung stone fortress is a Khmer temple set on the rim of an extinct volcano, ...
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Saphan Phut Night Market

Saphan Phut Night Market – Bangkok

Saphan Phut is an authentic, famous night market that has been operating for many years ...
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Shangrila Hotel

How to choose a hotel in Bangkok? A guide for choosing a hotel in Bangkok.

In order to choose the correct hotel – first you must choose the place in Bangkok in which you wish ...
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Choosing a Hotel - Sukhumvit Street and Surrounding Area

Choosing a Hotel – Sukhumvit Street and Surrounding Area

In conclusion, there is no doubt that the Sukhumvit Axis is a highly recommended area, preferred by most of the ...
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Bangkok Choosing a Hotel - Silom Street

Bangkok Choosing a Hotel – Silom Street

A highly recommended area for everyone ... and for veteran tourist that are used to the Sukhumvit area, I recommend ...
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Bangkok Choosing a Hotel –Khao San District

Bangkok Choosing a Hotel –Khao San District

Opinions are divided when discussing this district. Some class the area as "poor and run down" whilst others find it ...
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Bangkok Choosing a Hotel - Pratunam District

Bangkok Choosing a Hotel – Pratunam District

The Pratunam district is famous for its many markets selling clothing and footwear and the renowned Pantip Plaza ...
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Choosing a Hotel -Ratchada Pisek Street

Choosing a Hotel -Ratchada Pisek Street

Ratchada Pisek Street is one of Bangkok's largest and modern streets, with many excellent hotels, shopping centers, cultural centers, restaurants ...
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Bangkok Choosing a Hotel - Phayathai Street

Bangkok Choosing a Hotel – Phayathai Street

Unlike Silom Street, which is common amongst Thai high-class and business people, this is where you will come across more ...
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Bangkok Choosing Your Hotel – a few words on advice

Bangkok Choosing Your Hotel – a few words on advice

Bangkok Choosing Your Hotel – a few words on advice ...
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