Wat Si Chum is one of the largest and most mysterious temples in Sukhothai.
Wat Si Chum is located in the northern part of the monuments at Sukhothai Historical Park, close to Wat Phra Pha…Read More
Khlong Saen Saep is a canal (khlong) in central Thailand, connecting the Chao Phraya River to Prachinburi Province and Chachoengsao.The boat trip from Siam to the Golden Mount leads you thru some …Read More
Pang Ung is a very romantic place for people who calls it Thailand's Switzerland. This is a very suitable place for relaxation, especially in winter, and very quiet where you should not miss it. <…Read More
Ang Thong National Marine Park is a whole 42-island archipelago in the Thailand Gulf, and it features towering mountains of calcareous, thick jungle, beaches of white sand, waterfalls and hidden c…Read More
Wat Sa Khampaeng Yai is an ancient Southeast Asian temple located in the heart of Sisaket province (but outside of the main town of Sisaket). The building itself is a large main rectangular constr…Read More
Million Bottle Temple, or in Thai Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew (Wat Lan Khuad) (วัดล้านขวด), is a contemporary Buddhist temple in the town of Khun Han, Sisaket Province. So far so normal, but what makes …Read More
Chatuchak Park is one of Bangkok’s most popular oases and features a wide range of recreational facilities to serve both foreigners and Thais.
Bangkok's Chatuchak Park is dotted with…Read More
One of the most famous floating markets in Thailand is the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Ratchaburi. Many Thai and international visitors travel here every day to store, eat, and absorb the at…Read More
If you are looking for an oasis where you experience nature, the local way of life and escaping Bangkok’s chaos the Sri Nakhon Khauean Khan is that place.
Sri Nakhon Khuean Khan Park…Read More
Opened to honour Queen Sirikit’s 72nd birthday in 2004, Benjakiti Park is located in a busy, skyscraper bedecked neighborhood next to the convention center.
The park is dominated by …Read More
I visited this as part of a boat tour and it was my favorite part of the whole tour. Your boat can take you to small, charming bays with breathtaking views, excellent snorkling places with the ree…Read More
Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) or Klong Bang Luang (คลองบางหลวง), or in English known as Artist’s House, is a treasure along one of Bangkok’s old canals.
Located on the Thonburi side…Read More
The park, which is named Suan Luang Phra Ram 8, will also serve as a new cultural and recreational site, said Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra. The park serves as another prime viewing point…Read More
Samrong Kiat Waterfall is set in a lush forest, and forms part of a small national park. Formerly known as Pisad Waterfalls, or ‘Devil’ Waterfalls, it is 8 meters high and nestles with the surroun…Read More
Mae Usu Cave has amazing formations of stalactites and stalagmites. With the passage of the Mae Usu stream, it is inevitable to ford into the cave's entrance. Not recommended to visit during the r…Read More
Wat Phra Dhammakaya is recognized for its enormous size and modern design. The sheer size of the temple makes it impossible to explore Wat Phra Dhammakaya in a single day fully, but for those who …Read More
Phu Chi Fa is one of those places has not been heard by many tourists, but it is probably one of the most beautiful places in Thailand. Phu Chi Fah (or Phu Chee Fah) Forest Park, located in the Ch…Read More
Located only 12 km from downtown Bangkok, Taling Chan is open all day and has just enough boats to be called a floating market, plus a large local market attached to it.
There are small lo…Read More
Khao Phra Viharn National Park is quite spectacular, even without access to the temple which is in Cambodia. The national park, on the Thai side of the border is worth a visit by itself, which is …Read More
In the area of 185 square kilometers in Tha Song Yang district of Tak province. The name given Mae Moei national park is because almost 50 kilometers area in the north of the park borders Mae Moei…Read More
Saranrom Park was originally part of a palace built by Rama IV in 1866. Rama V gave the palace to his younger brothers, including the crown prince, who stayed there before becoming king.
Splashing in cerulean pools underneath Erawan Falls is the highlight of this 550-sq-km park. Seven tiers of water tumble through the forest, and bathing to a lower place these crystalline cascades…Read More
The majestic Phraya Nakhon Cave is one of the most mystical and spiritual landmarks of Thailand.
Since this gold and green building is hidden inside a giant cave that is hard to reach on…Read More
Sam Pan Bok is known as the Grand Canyon of Thailand and has the largest rock reef in the Mae Khong River. It is located in eastern Thailand, near Mae Khong River in the Laos border.
The b…Read More