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 […]

Thailand’s National Museum

February 19, 2009 by  

National Museum Thailand’s national museum is originally built on royal collections from the 19th century to cover many aspects of the country’s historical and cultural heritage. The museum stores gold treasure, mother-of-pearl inlay, musical instruments, wood carving, entertainment articles, textiles, ceramics, royal regalia, palanquins, old weapons and stone inscriptions. The largest museum in Southeast Asia, […]

Jim Thompson’s House

February 19, 2009 by  

Jim Thompson’s House This is a fine example of authentic Thai traditional house, with an impressive collection of Southeast Asian art within. Located at the end of a small road overlooking Saen Saeb canal, the house once belonged to an American silk entrepreneur Jim Thompson, who triumphantly promoted Thai silk to the West. Jim Thompson […]

Damnern Saduak Floating Market

February 19, 2009 by  

Damnern Saduak Floating Market The colorful floating markets in Thailand are one of the must-see places in Thailand. The most popular one is the Damnoen Saduak floating market in Ratchaburi. Here you will be amazed with a labyrinth of narrow canals congested with small, wooden boats, paddled mainly by female vendors dressed in traditional indigo […]

Bangsai Arts and Crafts Training Centre

February 19, 2009 by  

Bangsai Arts and Crafts Training Centre On the bank of the Chao Phraya River in Ayuthaya province, north of Bangkok, the Bangsai Arts & Crafts Training Centre has more than 800 students from impoverished families, teaching traditional skills in arts and crafts in 30 schools. Patronized by Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Centre’s main objectives […]

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 […]

Ancient City

February 19, 2009 by  

Ancient City in Thailand Ancient City is touted as the largest open-air museum in the world. More than 100 of Thailand’s most impressive monuments are erected across 80-hectare (200-acre) of flat land. Known among Thais as Muang Boran, this is a good place to learn about Thai history in one day. There are numerous reproductions […]

Koh Samui

February 19, 2009 by  

Koh Samui (Samui Island) Despite its popularity, Koh Samui remains one of the country’s most beautiful island destinations. Popular Resort Areas Originally settled by Hainanese from China in the mid-19th century, well-developed Koh Samui has a rather different culture to other parts of Thailand. The descendants of those pioneers now live mainly in the villages, […]

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 […]

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