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Sampran Riverside Thai Village Cultural Show

Sampran Riverside Thai Village Cultural Show

Escape Bangkok for a day on this memorable excursion which showcases rural landscapes and lush scenery on the Nakhon Chaisri River. Sampran Riverside is the perfect location for discovering some of Thailand’s oldest and most revered traditions. The Sampran Riverside is home to the long-running Thai Village Cultural Show where visitors can connect with nature […]

Maeklong Railway Market

Maeklong Railway Market – An authentic fresh goods market set on railway tracks

Thailand is a country in love with shopping and it shows in the several different types of markets you can experience during your visit. The country has shopping malls, floating markets, street markets, night markets, fresh markets, and even markets that sit right in the path of railway trains. The most visited railway market in […]

damnoen saduak floating market

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market – Thailand’s most unique, vivid, and lively floating market one hour west of Bangkok

Damnoen Saduak is arguably the most popular floating market in Thailand, and it is highly recommended for visitors who are staying in Bangkok. Many tourists have fond memories and captivating photographs of the century old Damnoen Saduak floating market. Every visitor to this floating market is treated to scenes of bustling commerce, sweet scents, and […]

Fireflies of Amphawa

Fireflies Evening Boat Ride – Amphawa floating market

If you love being outdoors and are looking for something to do outside of Bangkok, a trip to Amphawa district to visit the area’s quaint floating market is highly recommended. The Amphawa floating market is considered the second most popular market of this type near Bangkok, but many locals visit in order to enjoy an […]

Phra Pathom Chedi

Phra Pathom Chedi – Visit the world’s tallest chedi

Phra Pathom Chedi, meaning the ‘Holy chedi of the beginning’, is recognized as the world’s tallest chedi, towering an impressive 127 meters from its base to the tip of its orange roof. The Phra Pathom Chedi marks the site where Buddhism was first introduced to Thailand more than two thousand years ago. Customer feedback – […]

Wat Bang Kung

Wat Bang Kung – Temple hidden within the roots of a banyan tree

Even though many have come to visit and photograph the small buddhist temple that appears to be emerging from within a banyan tree, the historic significance of Wat Bang Kung, and its beautiful natural surroundings alongside the western bank of the Mae Khlong river in Amphawa district, are often not fully known by tourist and […]

Sanam Chandra Palace

Sanam Chandra Palace – Visit the royal residences of King Rama VI

Where in Thailand can one expect to find a castle reflecting architecture from the French Renaissance period? The residences of Sanam Chandra Palace, which were built more than one-hundred years ago remain one of Thailand’s often overlooked treasures. Many visitors to Sanam Chandra Palace are surprised to learn of the extent of western influence during […]

The Rose Garden of Ratchaburi

The Rose Garden of Ratchaburi

Instead of trying to cram in several places and attractions into one day, why not go to a single location that offers a lot of tourist attractions?  This is what makes the Rose Garden in Ratchaburi very popular.  It offers a full-day tour and with its close proximity to Bangkok, the tour is probably among […]

Monkey Show or Lakorn Ling

Monkey Show or Lakorn Ling in Ratchaburi

Monkey shows has been around in our culture for many centuries, before we had television or cinema, the monkey show was used as a form of theatre. In the old days you would have see this kind of event at every temple fair, they always bought a smile and laugh to audiences both young and […]