A tiny island in a National Marine Park in the Andaman Sea in the very south west corner of Thailand, is where you find this little paradise island. Located in Thailand’s oldest National...

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As one of the areas hardest affected by the 2004 tsunami, Khao Lak beach in Phang Nga province on the west coast in Southern Thailand (just north of Phuket) has nearly completely recovered...

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If you are looking for a getaway trip where you can relax under palm trees and watch tranquil sunsets, Koh Jum is where you want to be. In lieu of tucking themselves into...

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Bangkok was founded as Thailand’s capital in 1782 by King Rama I, the first monarch of the present Chakri dynasty. By far is the largest city of Thailand with an estimated of about...

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Wat Traimit Temple (Temple of the Golden Buddha) Being in Bangkok’s must see Attractions list because this temple is the home of the World Biggest Golden Buddha Image. The Golden Buddha stand 3.04...

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Wat Pho, also known as Phra Chetuphon Vimolmangklararm Pajwaramahaviharn, is one of among the top list of must-see places in Bangkok, located on area of 20 acres, claimed the largest temple in Bangkok,...

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Thailand’s Last Secret Island Koh Lipe »

Thailand’s Last Secret Island Koh Lipe A tiny island in a National Marine Park in the Andaman Sea in the very south west corner of Thailand, is where you find this little paradise island....

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Loy Krathong Festival »

Loy Krathong Festival

A genuine spectacle, Loy Krathong occurs on the night of the full moon in November. People go...

Chinese New Year »

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Nationwide Chinese New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It...

Naga Fireball Phenomenon in Nong Khai »

Naga Fireball Phenomenon in Nong Khai

October – Amazing Festivals along the Mekong River Bank Naga Fireball Phenomenon Amphoe Phon Phisai, Nong Khai...

Dok Krachiao Blooming Festival »

Dok Krachiao Blooming Festival

Chaiyaphum Province is cooperating with Tourism Authority of Thailand to organized the “Dok Krachiao Blooming Festival” The...

Vegetarian Festival (Phuket) »

Vegetarian Festival (Phuket)

October is a month when many Thais (especially the ethnic Chinese) eat only vegetarian food. However, its...

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Thailand international arrivals fall 70 per cent »

The president of the Thai Tourism Services Association, Charoen Wang-ananont, has told the Thai News Agency that the ongoing political unrest has resulted in the number of international arrivals falling 70 per cent. He further said that local tourism figures had fallen by 60 per cent and that tourists bookings amongst some nationalities had almost...

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Thailand international arrivals fall 70 per cent

Bay Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport »

Bay Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport one of the closest to Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The Bay Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport is strategically located in the heart of Srinakarin Rd., one of the closest hotel to all the industrial parks. Bitec Thailand international exhibition center,Seacon Square the biggest shopping mall in Thailand. Seri Center is a big supermarket &...

May 13 2011 / No comment / Read More »
Bay Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport

Bangkok Grand Pearl Cruise »

Experience the Chao Phraya River under the candlelight with this dinner cruise on the luxurious Grand Pearl. After being welcomed on board with warm smiles and cocktails, you’ll begin a journey up the river, starting at the River City Pier, then passing such iconic sites as Wat Arun, the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew....

August 3 2010 / No comment / Read More »
Bangkok Grand Pearl Cruise

Thailand’s Last Secret Island Koh Lipe »

A tiny island in a National Marine Park in the Andaman Sea in the very south west corner of Thailand, is where you find this little paradise island. Located in Thailand’s oldest National Marine park housing about 70 islands, and Koh Lipe (about 70km from mainland) is the only one that has been allowed private...

April 19 2011 / No comment / Read More »
Thailand’s Last Secret Island Koh Lipe

Loy Krathong Festival »

A genuine spectacle, Loy Krathong occurs on the night of the full moon in November. People go to rivers and canals to float Kratongs – small floats made of cork and banana leaves – to thank the rivers for their bounty and support throughout the year, and as a means of making merit and gaining...

May 3 2011 / No comment / Read More »
Loy Krathong Festival

Festivals and Events

Loy Krathong Festival

Loy Krathong Festival »

A genuine spectacle, Loy Krathong occurs on the night of the full moon in November. People go to rivers and canals to float Kratongs – small floats made of cork...

Read More »

Chinese New Year »

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Nationwide Chinese New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is often called the Lunar...

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Naga Fireball Phenomenon in Nong Khai »

Naga Fireball Phenomenon in Nong Khai

October – Amazing Festivals along the Mekong River Bank Naga Fireball Phenomenon Amphoe Phon Phisai, Nong Khai Province and Nearby Districts At...

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Khao Lak Beach, Phuket Killer »

Khao Lak Beach, Phuket Killer

As one of the areas hardest affected by the 2004 tsunami, Khao Lak beach in Phang Nga province on the west coast...

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Koh Jum – Unspoilt Island of Thailand’s Andaman Coast »

Koh Jum – Unspoilt Island of Thailand’s Andaman Coast

If you are looking for a getaway trip where you can relax under palm trees and watch tranquil sunsets, Koh Jum is...

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Thailand’s Last Secret Island Koh Lipe

Thailand’s Last Secret Island Koh Lipe »

A tiny island in a National Marine Park in the Andaman Sea in the very south west corner of Thailand, is where you find this little paradise island. Located in...

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