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The Krabi 4 islands tour is one of the most popular boat trips from Ao Nang that takes sea lovers to the dream tropical islands in the Krabi region. The four islands are Poda Island, Chicken Island, the twin islands, Tup and Mor. The tour also stops off at Phra Nang Beach located on the famous Railay Peninsula. The main activities to enjoy will include swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, taking photos, sightseeing or just lazing. Expect plenty of sun on the beach of Phra Nang...

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If you are nature lovers who are looking for a beautiful place in Thailand, a visit to Erawan Waterfalls is one of the best options. Located among the thick rainforest of the eponymous national park in Kanchanaburi, some 200 km northwest of Bangkok, these falls are considered one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand with seven tiers of beautiful cascading waterfalls and numerous azure blue pools. Each tier has its own name and is connected by a natural trail of...

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Great for history buffs, Sukhothai Historical Park is the remains of ancient Sukhothai, the capital of Sukhothai Kingdom in the 13th and 14th centuries. Covering an area of about 70sqkm, this impressive UNESCO-listed park includes numerous historical ruins, large ponds, and trees surrounded by old walls. Strolling through the grounds of the historical park, you will encounter some classic lotus-bud chedi in Sukhothai architectural arts, Lanka styled stupas or Hindu shrines,...

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Off the coast of Rayong province, Koh Samet is an attractive resort island to local holidaymakers and international vacationers due to its convenient distance from Pattaya and Bangkok. Most parts of this island belong to Khao Laem Ya–Mu Ko Samet National Park so this is also a favorite place for nature lovers who wish to escape from urban concrete for fresh air. Koh Samet houses many white sand beaches, home to a number of beach bars and restaurants as well as beachfront...

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The Emerald Pool in Krabi, also called Sa Morakot, is a unique natural pond with a visually limpid blue color and wonderfully warm waters, making it a stunning spot for swimming in. Located inside Khao Pra-Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary, the pool is surrounded by tropical rain forest so the temperature is cool, a perfect spot to refresh yourself and escape from the heat of Southern Thailand. To get to the Emerald Pool, you need to take a short hike from the wildlife sanctuary...

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Located about half an hour from the "sleepless city" of Pattaya by speedboat, Coral Island is a little piece of paradise surrounded by colorful coral reefs and rare marine species, making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand. Beyond the bustling atmosphere in Pattaya, this island is quite unspoiled and not much commercial with long stretches of pristine beaches and warm turquoise seas. Here, you can delight in a host of fantastic outdoor activities such...

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Voted among the Top 10 World’s Best Shows, Tiffany Cabaret Show is not simply a transvestite cabaret show, but now after over four decades, A Spectacular World Class Show, a must-see in Pattaya. Coming to this breathless 75-minute-long show, you will always feel amazed and satisfied with beautiful transgender dancers, gorgeous costumes, elaborate repertoire, perfect sound and lighting for a wonderful night out. The show is truly a theatrical event with many different...

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Taking a spectacular island-hopping tour around stunningly beautiful islands of Phang Nga Bay and the Andaman Sea surely ranks as one of the best experiences in southern Thailand. Whether embarking from Phuket or Krabi, your fun-filled day tour often visits the most scenic spots on Phi Phi Islands and Khai Nok Island. These sites are all out of this world with emerald waters, white-sand beaches, and lush tropical vegetation as well as provide a wide array of activities to...

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James Bond Island, locally named Koh Tapu, is a famous landmark in Phang Nga Bay that travelers should not miss when in Phuket. Together with Khao Phing Kan, the island surrounding it, Koh Tapu made its starring role in the 1974 Bond movie 'The Man with the Golden Gun', which gave its name onto the international tourist map as James Bond Island. The island is actually a 20-meter limestone karst tower vertically rising from the sea that the best way to view it is from...

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When in Phuket, spending an evening at Phuket Fantasea - a theme park and entertainment complex will be an interesting experience. Phuket Fantasea is a cultural night time entertainment theme park located on the Kamala Beach, just 4kms from Patong. Buffet dinner will be served when you enjoy a charming traditional show depicting Thailand’s rich and exotic heritage. This is one of Asia's largest buffet restaurants and tourists can taste both Thai and International cuisine....

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If you are planning to visit Sukhothai, Si Satchanalai Historical Park is a must-see place. This park is similar to famous Sukhothai History Park but it’s less crowded.  The park is a huge area containing several substantial ruins including Si Satchanalai and Chaliang. Most of them are original, only 20% is restored. Tourists can walk around to learn about the history or cycle around the park. With an abundance of lush green countryside and an atmospheric setting, Si...

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Located 20 kilometers from Lampang, Wat Phra That Lampang Luang is a Lanna-style Buddhist temple. This temple was built in the fifteenth century. It is great place for who wants to learn about the real architecture in this period because unlike most of the temples in Chiang Mai, Wat Phra That Lampang Luang hasn't been 'renovated' to conform to modern Thai ideas about temples; it still maintains the pure state of all the temple buildings. The ancient beauty of this...

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If you are an enthusiastic temple-goer or just an architecture lover, then when in Chiang Rai, you should not miss a visit to the breathtaking Blue Temple - Wat Rong Suea Ten, a very new member in the colorful temple map of Chiang Rai, besides the White Temple and the Black House. Completed in 2016 with other parts under construction today, the Blue Temple is built in Thai art style by a student of Mr. Chalermchai  Kositpipat (the national artist who built the White...

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Besides White Temple and Blue Temple, Back House (Baan Dam) is also a place worth visiting in Chiang Rai. It is the unique creation of national artist, Thawan Duchanee. In Thai, 'baan' means home or house and 'dam' means black. Part art studio, part museum, part home, Baan Dam is an eclectic mix of traditional northern Thai buildings interspersed with some outlandish modern designs. It is a collection of around 40 buildings of varying shapes and sizes dotted around a...

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Located on the top of Doi Din Daeng, Wat Phra That Doi Tung probably has the most spectacular view of all temples in northern Thailand.The temple was constructed in the 10th century and was renovated first by Chiang Rai's most famous ruler King Mengrai during the 13th century and then by the famous Chiang Mai monk, Khru Ba Siwichai, at the turn of the 20th century. The temple complex is comprised of twin Lanna-style chedis, one of which is said to contain the...

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Amazing Tham Lod Cave

 Mae Hong Son

Tham Lod Cave is one of the most impressive and easily accessible caves in Thailand. It's is a cave system in Mae Hong Son province that stretches nearly a mile long. Tham Lod Cave is a natural limestone cave system, its main feature is the freshwater stream which runs through the middle of the cave for about 200-300 meters. Inside it’s walls are covered with massive formations and columns over 20 meters high. The most interesting thing when visiting...

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Mok Fa Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall located in Doi Suthep – Pui National Park, Chiang Mai province. It's a great stop on the way from Chiang Mai to Pai to relax and take a swimming. This waterfall is located in lush tropical forest, it is suitable for who want to totally immerse in the nature. The clear water hear is ideal for a refreshing swim. Besides, tourists also can choose between 2 routes from the entrance to the waterfall. The direct route...

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Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, literally translated to “the temple of Lampang’s Great Buddha Relic”, is a centuries-old Buddhist temple in Lampang, northern Thailand. Dating back to the 13th century, this temple is one of the best examples of Lanna style architecture in Thailand. Unlike other temples restored with modern materials and building techniques, Wat Phra That Lampang Luang still remains its original state. When visiting this temple, you should not miss several...

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With almost tourists, one of the most interesting activities when in Chiang Mai is cooking class. Join in a half day tour and learn how to make authentic Thai dishes will be a memorable experience for your trip in Thailand. Besides, this tour brings you the opportunity to visit local market, choose the ingredients by yourself and learn how to purchase. Take a cooking class to get fun and taste the real local flavors!

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Located at 15 kilometers from the city of Chiang Mai and situated at an elevation of 1,073 meters, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is one of northern Thailand's most sacred temples. From the temple, impressive views of downtown Chiang Mai can be seen. This 14th century temple is filled with beautiful Buddhist shrines and auspicious relics; it is a beautiful example of northern Thai architecture. Visitors must climb 306 steps to reach the temple’s entrance but the views are well...

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Wat Rong Khun, better known as “the White Temple” is one of the most recognizable temples in Thailand. Designed by Chalermchai Kositpipat, a famous Thai visual artist, the temple is filled with Buddhist symbolisms, from its layout, architecture, all the way to the ornate reliefs and mirror decorations. Wat Rong Khun is a unique temple that stands out through the white color and the use of pieces of glass in the plaster, sparkling in the sun. The white color signifies the...

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The most popular thing to do in Chiang Mai is to visit one of the elephant sanctuaries. So a full day trip to an elephant camp will be an interesting experience when in Chiang Mai. Each camp has different activities with the elephants and you can choose the one that meet your interest. Learn more about the elephants, take a memorable elephant riding through the jungle or trek in a short time in the forest, enjoy a bamboo rafting along the river… All will bring you a...

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When in Chiang Mai, don’t miss the opportunity to immerse your self in the Traditional Khantoke Dinner. A dinner accompanied by a “traditional cultural show” sounds a perfect combination. You will taste homemade family style dishes on large platters eaten sitting down on floor mats at low tables while enjoy traditional cultural show, including dance and music performances by several Chiang Mai hill tribes. Dive into the history, diverse background and beauty of the...

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If you want to experience something more local, bamboo rafting will be the perfect choice. Rafting was a way local people living along the river use to. When you take the bamboo rafting, you will get a river view, enjoy the wonderful nature that you cannot achieve in any other way. Relax and immerse yourself in the nature with 40 minutes bamboo rafting brings you unforgettable memory of your time in Kanchanaburi.

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Kanchanaburi is a province located in the west of central Thailand, well-known for its dark history. However it also has the nature beauty that is worth a visit. Take your time to visit Kanchanaburi, you will have chance not only to learn about the history of this province during the Second World War through a visit of The Death Railway but also enjoy abundant waterfalls, caves, lakes and hot springs. If you have limited time, Erawan is a must see. A boat ride along the...

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Bangkok is claimed to be the city that never stop eating. Bangkokians usually find themselves enjoy eating even at midnight. So, what would be a better idea than exploring this city of angels via a fun Tuk Tuk ride and visiting best local eateries after the sunset? That’s why we’d love to invite you to come with us on the “BANGKOK’s BEST EATS MIDNIGHT FOOD TOUR”.Join in the tour and transfer around Bangkok by a tuk tuk ride, you will have chance to see the colorful...

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A rich history and developing modern culture make Ayutthaya a fascinating place to visit. Located at 85 km north of Bangkok, this special place possesses both the ruins of an ancient city and the feel of a modern one. With its unique history, Ayutthaya is a worthy cultural destination to include on your tour in Thailand.Wat Phra Mahathat and Wat Ratchaburana are the highlights here. Wat Phra Mahathat is a must-see, with rows of majestic headless Buddha statues and a very...

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Head to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and get ready for one-of-a-kind experience !!!!!Relaxing in a long boat taking you through the narrow canals, you will see how people learn to live in harmony with the river. It will a lovely experience to buy a meal and fruit from a boat passing by, bargaining for little souvenirs to bring back home.Such a precious collection of colors, sounds and visual sights that you should not miss – All on water

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Welcome to Bangkok – The capital of Thailand. Nothing is better to feel the real life in this city than spending a day touring around Bangkok in a clean and comfortable air conditioned van with our friendly local guide. You will have an amazing day visiting the must-see attraction of Bangkok: Grand Palace, Wat Pho, the Golden Buddha Temple (Wat Traimit) and Chinatown, learn more about history & culture of Thailand’s capital city, taste delicious...

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