Discover Ayutthaya

Discover Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya is a name addressed by many to it, but its full name was Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya. Ayutthaya is the ancient capital, as well as the modern city in the Central Plains of Thailand.

Amazing Feet

Amazing Feet

Like any other country in the world, Thailand has its own traditions and customs, and whether you have never been to this spectacular country before or you are a regular visitor, you will soon notice that things here are different to what you see at home. In Thailand,...
Pileh Lagoon

Pileh Lagoon

Pileh Lagoon is a small inlet on the second biggest of the Phi Phi Island archipelago, and actually is separated from Maya Bay (The Beach) by a sheer limestone cliff face. The water inside this beautiful lagoon is of the most crystal clear azure waters you may have ever seen.

Koh Phayam

Koh Phayam

Koh Phayam is its name and it is nestled in the between a host of other relatively unknown islands in the Andaman sea. Close to the Thai-Burmese border in the Ranong province of Thailand, this beautiful little island is truly the gem of the Andaman Sea.

Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa Floating Market is considered as one of the popular markets in Thailand today. So if you plan to visit Thailand, Amphawa Floating Market is best for you to consider.

Why Visit Bangkok Wat Pho?

Why Visit Bangkok Wat Pho?

There are many Things to do in Bangkok. One of these is to come and see the reclining statue of Buddha. This is covered in gold leaf and considered is the largest Buddha Statue in Thailand. The measurement of its feet alone is 16 feet and would be a real treat to the tourists if they have to see the entire statue in whole.

Bangkok Flower Market

Bangkok Flower Market

The Bangkok flower market or Pak Khlong Market is the market where you will find a wide stretch of flowers that are perfect for any occasion. The market has been operating for six decades and is always open 24 hours

Wat Arun

Wat Arun

Wat Arum, which is also known as Wat Arum Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan is recognized as a Buddhist temple situated in the district of Bangkok.

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