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Did you know Rattanakosin Island?


This historical area of bangkok is a testament of significant historical records of the Thai capital from the early Rattanakosin era up until the present. Despite the urbanisation that taken over modern day Bangkok, traces of a once sophisticated culture are still visible along the roads in this historical part of the city.

November 26th, 2010 | Posted in Bangkok | Read More »

Talay Waek, Krabi

Talay Waek, Krabi

Talay Waek, or the sea divided, refers to a phenomenon when the tide separated into two directions in the middle of the Andaman Sea, revealing a white sand dune, a passage between the three islands, namely Koh Tab Koh Kai, Koh Mo, hence the Name Talay waek. Krabi driving along Highway 4034, turn left and […]

November 19th, 2010 | Posted in Amazing,Krabi,Thailand Share | Read More »

Loy Krathong Festival 2011


The Loy Krathong which is one of Thailand’s oldest & largest celebrated festivals will take place on 21th November 2011.The festival is always celebrated on the full moon of the 12th Lunar Month in the Thai Calender which next year falls on the 11th. Make sure you get your accommodation booked in plenty of time […]

November 19th, 2010 | Posted in Ayutthaya,Culture,Sukhothai,Thailand Share | Read More »

Ayutthaya, Get in by Bus


Buses operate every 20 minutes or so from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal (Moh Chit*) directly to Ayutthaya. First class air-con buses charge 50 baht. This trip is scheduled to be around an hour and a half, but allow at least two hours for the trip since the buses stop rather frequently and there are often […]

October 23rd, 2010 | Posted in Ayutthaya | Read More »

Ayutthaya, Get in by Train

Thailand, Ayutthaya by Train

The cheapest and most scenic way of reaching Ayutthaya is by train. It regularly departs from Bangkok’s Hualamphong Train Station and stops in Ayutthaya. The trip takes about 2 – 2.5 hrs depending on the type of service. Second class seats(A/C) cost 245 baht, third class is just 20 baht (!) (no reservations and seats […]

October 23rd, 2010 | Posted in Ayutthaya | Read More »

Ayutthaya, Get in by Car

Thailand, Ayutthaya by Car

From Bangkok, one can get to Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya by various routes: Take Highway No.1 (Phahon Yothin) via Pratu Nam Phra In and turn into Highway No.32, then, turn left to Highway No.309 to Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya. Take Highway No.304 (Chaeng Watthana) or Highway No.302 (Ngam Wong Wan), turn right into Highway No.306 […]

October 23rd, 2010 | Posted in Ayutthaya | Read More »

The Baiyoke Tower II

Baiyoke Sky Tower II - Bangkok, Thailand

The Baiyoke Tower II, located on 222 Rajprarop Road in the Ratchathewi district of Bangkok, Thailand, is the country’s tallest building. It contains the Baiyoke Sky Hotel, the tallest hotel in Southeast Asia and the fourth-tallest all-hotel structure in the world, with 673 guest rooms. The building is 304 m (997 ft) tall, or 328 […]

October 23rd, 2010 | Posted in Bangkok,Shopping | Read More »

About Sukhothai


The glory of this ancient kingdom lies not merely in the stories immortalized only in historical records. What exists stands as evidence of the origins of thai classical art in these provinces an outcome of the exchange and combination of craftsmanship aestheics with the surrounding kingdoms resulting in a Buddhist art that reflects a sens […]

October 3rd, 2010 | Posted in Sukhothai | Read More »



October 3rd, 2010 | Posted in Pai | Read More »

Hat Yai

Hat Yai

October 3rd, 2010 | Posted in Hat Yai | Read More »


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