Thailand is one of the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia. If you’re a photography lover, don’t miss these places when travelling to Thailand.
Primo Piazza, Khao Yai
Known as “Little Italy”, Primo Piazza – only three-hour drive from Bangkok is located in Khao Yai which is famous for its dreamy and glamorous beauty. Coming to Primo Piazza you will feel like in Italy with beautiful little houses, the walls with golden brown tone, some small benches stop and the streets paved with classic and romantic style.
Primo Piazza has many interesting places for you to explore. The Primo Piazza also features vintage souvenir shops and outdoor cafés. In particular, when coming here you can take a lot of beautiful pictures.
There are two ways to get to Primo Piazza from Bangkok. If you travel in a group, you can rent a car for about 5,000-6,000 baht/ car. If you want to save more, you can take the bus (pick up at the Mochit BTS station, every 30 minutes a trip) or minibus (take at the Victory Monument station, every 2 hours a trip) at an average price about 300 baht per person.
Ban Rak Thai
Ban Rak Thai, also known as Mae Aw, is a small village nestled on the highest point of Mae Hong Son Province, just 1 km from the Thai-Myanmar border. This place is especially famous for green hills of immense green tea. The green hills with charming waterways have turned this place into a beautiful landscape which attracts lots of visitors to come and explore.
To get to Ban Rak Thai, you can take a flight to Chiang Mai from Bangkok and then take the bus (about 5-6 hours) to Mae Hong Son. Ban Rak Thai is just 44 km from Mae Hong Son. If you start from Pai, you have to drive on Highway 1095, past the Thampla-Phasua Waterfall, turn right and go straight to Ban Rak Thai.
Mimosa City Pattaya
Located alongside the famous Pattaya city of Chonburi province, Mimosa is designed as the city of love Colmar (France). Coming here, you will be wandering on the paved streets full of romance, or watching the small canal bending between the campus which is full of flowers and bonsai, like in Venice.
Silverlake Pattaya Grape Garden
After 45 minute drive from Pattaya center, you can easily reach Silverlake Grape Garden. The main station of this resort is a cluster of red brick villas which is built in classic European style. There is a store that sells many types of candy made from grapes. Surrounding the villa is the carefully trimmed green grass.
The freshly squeezed grape juice is very popular with visitors in the hot weather. The outdoor coffee area has cool green space that you will love to sit here. February and March are the harvest season when the vines ripen all over the garden, looking very eye-catching.
On the large yard in front of the vineyard, there are some late-afternoon music shows for visitors. This location is the ideal place to sip a glass of wine purchased in the garden while watching the romantic sunset.
Summer is the best time in Silverlake. All kinds of flowers bloom at the edge of the windmill as in the Netherlands. However, in this season, it often rains in the early morning and late afternoon. The artificial lake brings a sense of peace. Silverlake is also a good place for couples to take wedding photograph.
Santorini Park is located on the axis of the road from Bangkok to Hua Hin and Cha-am, about 2- hour drive from Bangkok. It’s a complex owned by the Pena Group. Santorini Park is designed based on the inspiration of the beautiful island of Santorini and the Kaeng Krachan National Park, which is famous for its lush greenery. From a distance, you will see Santorini Park standing out thanks to the giant spider at the entrance of the play area.
Coming to Santorini Park, you will see small white houses with white windows and paper flowers like you’re in Greece. In particular, Santorini Park has beautiful corners for you to take photos.
Swiss Sheep Farm
Founded in 2012, Swiss Sheep Farm is located in Cha Am, Phetchaburi, about 175km north of Bangkok. Unlike bustling Bangkok, when coming to Swiss Sheep Farm, you will feel like lost in Swiss miniatures with extremely cute sheep. The most popular activity here is that you can feed the sheep. The farm opens from 9 am to 7 pm.
This is considered as the Thailand’s largest farm. Coming here, you can see the fields of green tea and fluorescent flowers everywhere. The ancient European architecture will bring you a look at the land of intercity between Asian and European cultures. In Singha’s campus, there is a cozy European style teahouse. The hot tea combined with warm space in the sunset scene will make the visitor comfortable.
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