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Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak weekend market

Chatuchak weekend market, also known as JJ Market, situated on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok, is the largest market in Thailand. Spread over about 27 sections and about 65 small lanes between those sections with more than 8000 stalls, this weekend market is a best place to get some unique items at very good

Pattaya Elephant Village

Elephant trekking

Pattaya Elephant Village on Phonpraphanimit Road, off Sukhumvit Road at Km. 145 (between North and Central Pattaya) is an attraction in Pattaya that provides information about Thai elephant. It is a popular place for foreign visitors. Pattaya Elephant Village also focuses on elephant prevention, so this place would not be an issue for nature-loving visitors.

Pattaya beach


Pattaya is a popular beach resort on the Gulf of Thailand just 150 km southeast of Bangkok – a mere two-hour drive. Pattaya is one of the Southeast Asia’s most famous beach resorts, a no-holds-barred party hub with something for everyone, from young travelers in search of a wild night out through to families. The

Khao Kheow Open Zoo

Khao Kheow Open Zoo

Conveniently located in Chonburi province, just 1 hour from Bangkok and 90 minutes from Pattaya, Khao Kheow Open Zoo is ready to unleash your wild-side. Khao Kheow is a wonderful Zoo located on a green mountain, Khao is the thai word for mountain and Kheow means green. Here you will find plants, trees, wild animals

Dongtan Beach

Dongtan Beach

Dongtan Beach, start after the Jomtien Police Station. Dongtan Beach is most used by Gay people in Pattaya, people who know the beaches call it the Gay beach Pattaya. As with all the beaches the (thai) food and drinks services are available during the day. Indochina tours Thailand Where Thappraya Road meets Jomtien Beach Road

Crystal Lagoon, must – see spot in Thailand

The beautiful scenery of Crystal Lagoon

Thailand is one of the most wonderful tourist destinations in Southeast Asia. With a fascinating history, a devout Buddhist culture and beautiful scenery, all tourist spots in Thailand bring memorable experiences for tourist. Among Thailand’s famous spots, Krabi is one of the best places to visit in Thailand and is an ideal choice to experience

Koh Mook, must-visit destination in Thailand

Koh Mook is the third largest island at Trang Sea

Thailand is considered as a tourist paradise of Southeast Asia, owing to many spectacular natural, cultural and historical attractions and various foods. There are many tourist destinations in Thailand that you can find a relaxing place with your family after busy working days. Among them, you should not miss Koh Mook which is a wonderful

Koh Larn – Coral Island

Coral island

Koh Larn is one of the eastern seaboard islands of Thailand. Koh Larn lies 7.5 km from the nearest shore, Pattaya. “Koh Larn” is the name of the island in the Royal Thai General System of Transcription. If you are staying in Pattaya, it is well worth spending a day enjoying the beaches of Koh Larn. Situated to the west

Koh Jum – peaceful island

Beautiful beach

Koh Jum is a small island between Ko Lanta and Krabi Town. While the south end of the island is known as Koh Jum, the northern part is also called Koh Phu and local villagers take fierce pride in the two different names. Koh Jum has three main villages and is home to about 1500 permanent local residents. On

Lak Muang – The beginning of Bangkok

The City Pillar Shrine has undergone a major facelift to restore the national monument to its former glory.

In 1782, a remarkable event marked the beginning of one of the most important periods of Siam (Thailand nowadays), Rattanakosin era. King Rama I decided to move the capital from Thonburi to Bangkok. Just 15 days after his coronation, before anything else was constructed, the king had a pillar erected at Bangkok which is Lak