There is much for you to discover in Thailand

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 […]

Beaches in Phuket

February 19, 2009 by  

Beaches in Phuket Patong Beach Patong beach is about 15 kilometers from downtown Phuket. This is the liveliest beach in Phuket. The 9 kilometre white sandy beach is crowded with numerous restaurants, pubs, bars and luxury hotels. The nice beach and a lot of sea activities to enjoy make it one of those with the […]

Phuket Island

February 19, 2009 by  

Phuket Island Thailand’s largest island is a wonderland of wildlife and rainforest fringed by white sand beaches with some of the world’s largest island Wild Interior Visitors to Phuket Province generally head for the sea, but the interior is worth exploring for its vivid patchwork of plantations and rice paddies, crowned by the island’s last […]

Koh Lanta

February 19, 2009 by  

Koh Lanta(Lanta Island) This collection of islands is populated by sea gypsies, riddled with spectacular caves and features great diving among its coral reefs. Island Chain Koh Lanta actually comprises about fifty islands, many with mangrove forests and coral reef beaches. The largest and most popular island is Koh Lanta Yai; the main village is […]

Koh Chang

February 19, 2009 by  

Koh Chang and Islands around Koh Chang is the largest island in the gulf of Thailand and the second largest one in the country after Phuket. Visitors mostly travel for 5 and a half hours by road and take a 45 minute boat ride to the island. Nowadays, Bangkok Airways offers a 45 minute flight […]

Chumphon

February 19, 2009 by  

Chumphon Beaches General Features Located 463 km south of Bangkok, Chumphon is bordered by a mountain range and the province of Ranong and part of the Thai-Burma border to the west, the Gulf of Thailand to the east, Prachuap Khiri Khan province to the north, and Surat Thani province to the south. With a high […]

Trad

February 19, 2009 by  

Trad Beaches Trad, with a population of less than 15,000 people isn’t exactly known as a rocking town. However, because Trad province shares its eastern border with Cambodia, it is a major springboard for the gem trade (and other contraband) and for visitors to Koh Chang and the other 42 lush islands that lie just […]

Passports & Visas

February 18, 2009 by  

Thailand’s Passports & Visas Travellers are required to hold a passport valid for not less than 6 months after entry into Thailand. For travellers aged 50 years or above wishing to take retreat in Thailand at least for a period of one year, their passports should be valid not less than 18 months. Before traveling, […]

Medical Treatment and Facilities

February 18, 2009 by  

Medical Treatment and Facilities in Thailand In Thailand, the medical treatment and facilities are generally good. Each province has at least one hospital and several public and private clinics scattering around town. However, the most advanced hospitals flock in Bangkok. In the North, Chiang Mai provides the best medical care. In the Northeast, it’s in […]

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