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Attractions

February 20, 2009 by  

Chumphon’s Attractions Thung Wua Laen Beach A popular tourist attraction, Thung Wua Laen beach can become crowded with local people who go there at holiday times. A long, wide stretch of sand, the beach is ideal for swimming and water sports. Outside of holiday periods, the beach is generally quiet although it is visited more […]

Phuket FantaSea

February 19, 2009 by  

Phuket FantaSea Phuket FantaSea is arguably the biggest entertainment complex in Phuket. Aimed to highlight Thailand’s history and culture, it conjures up spectacular shows that reflect many aspects of both modern and ancient Thailand. Phuket FantaSea offers nighttime entertainment on the tropical resort island of Phuket. Built at the cost of over 3,500 million baht […]

Phi Phi Island

February 19, 2009 by  

Phi Phi Island Regarded by travelers as one of the world’s most beautiful tropical islands, Phi Phi Islands is the most desired place of visit, besides Phuket, in the southwestern coast of Thailand. The islands have long been famous for their exotic appearance and gorgeous fine sandy bays. The islands are part of a National […]

Koh Tao

February 19, 2009 by  

Koh Tao Koh Tao or the Turtle Island when translated in Thai boasts the best diving spot in the Gulf of Thailand. Located northwest of Koh Pha Ngan, it has unspoiled coral reefs and a wealth of marine life that attract thousands of divers from around the world. Located around 120 kilometers from the Surat […]

Koh Samui

February 19, 2009 by  

Koh Samui One of Thailand’s favorite island destinations, Koh Samui is renowned for its beautiful stretches of white sandy beaches flanked by towering coconut trees. A beautiful island in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Samui has large green coconut plantations. It was once a haven of backpackers welcoming a flock of young adventurers who like […]

Ayuthaya Historical Park

February 19, 2009 by  

Ayuthaya Historical Park If you love ancient ruins and old Buddhist temples, you would love Ayutthaya. The city was built on an island surrounded by four rivers. Ancient ruins can be seen scattering all over the place, especially on the western half of the island. Indeed, there are hundreds of aged-old temples dotting in villages […]

Southern beaches of Koh Tao

February 19, 2009 by  

Southern beaches of Koh Tao Southern Beaches The southern coast of Koh Tao is made up of two large bays, Ao Chaloak Ban Kao and Ao Tian Oak, which are separated by a long peninsular. A paved road from Had Mae Had, the island’s gateway on the west coast, makes it possible to get to […]

Beaches on Koh Tao

February 19, 2009 by  

Beaches on Koh Tao Western Beaches Koh Tao’s west coast is the focal point for transportation, the site of the main port of Had Mae Had, and where to find accommodation, restaurants, shops, bars, access to the Internet, and road links to all other parts of the island. This is the jumping-off point to visit […]

Koh Tao

February 19, 2009 by  

Koh Tao(Tao Island) With mountains and rocky cliffs accounting for 70% of its land area, the island has eight kilometers of coral reefs around its coast. The island’s half-moon-shaped western coast is where most of the beaches are found. Dotted in and around Koh Tao’s 11 bays and 10 rocky headlands are many, picturesque beaches: […]

Beaches in Samui

February 19, 2009 by  

Beaches in Samui Chaweng Beach: the longest and most beautiful beach Of all of Koh Samui’s beaches, Chaweng Beach gets top votes among tourists for its length and beauty, with many places to swim, sunbathe and enjoy various water sports, or stop by the shopping markets, bars and restaurants. Situated on the island’s east coast, […]

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