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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

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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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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Thang Sai Temple, Baan Krut, Prachuap Khirikhan
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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
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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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Ayutthaya – a Historical Review / first article in the series
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Samut Songkhram Travel Province and the Amphawa Travel District
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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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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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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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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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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
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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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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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Amphawa floating market and fireflies cruise
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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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