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Lantern Festival (Yi Peng Festival)

The Festival of Lights is celebrated all around Thailand with Loi Krathongs (lotus- shaped receptacles) released on water to bring luck and fulfil wishes. In Chiang Mai, the observation of the festival of lights, called Yi Peng, is uniquely different. Instead of water vessel, Chiang Mai people release thousands of lighted lanterns in the sky while making a wish. The sky transforms itself in a wonderful and surreal sea of little lanterns floating away. The spectacle is mesmerizing.

Floating market

Even though transactions are more concerned with tourists rather than local these days, the floating market; boats are still piled high with tropical fruit and vegetables, fresh, ready- to- drink coconut juice and local food cooked from floating kitchens located right on the boat.

To enjoy the atmosphere without haggling over prices, try relaxing on a guided boat tour of Damnoen Saduak market. Floating markets are Tailing Chan Market, Bang Ku Wiang, Tha Kha, and Damnoen Saduak.

Huai Luang waterfall

The ideal time to watch Huai Luang is rainy season, from July to October. This is the best time when magnificent beauty of the waterfall is showed with tourists.

Grand Palace

If there is one must- see that no visit to Bangkok would be complete without, it’s the dazzling, spectacular Grand Palace, undoubtedly the city’s most famous landmark. Built in 1782- and for 150 years the home of the Thai King, the Royal court and administrative of government- the Grand Palace of Bangkok is a grand old dame indeed, which continues to have visitors in awe with its beautiful architecture and intricate detail, all of which is a proud salute to creativity and craftsmanship of Thai people. Within its walls were also the Thai war ministry, state departments, and even the mint. Today, the complex remains the spiritual heart of the Thai Kingdom.

Nong Nooch tropical garden

Nong Nooch Garden is set in a Beautifully landscaped park and can easily make an all-day trip. The entire area is more like a theme park, with daily cultural shows, restaurants and accommodation as well as a vast area showcasing individually themed gardens. A leisurely stroll through the botanical park is like taking a journey around the world, through its many famous gardens, whether 17th-century French garden, Stonehenge, or European Renaissance garden. Equally fascinating are species-specific gardens, such as cactus and succulent plants, orchid nurseries, tropical palm gardens, bonsai and topiary garden.

Full Moon Party

Some time ago, a group of tourists found that the most beautiful moon was in Koh Phangan. They arranged a party along the crescent- shaped beach of Haad Rin to celebrate the Full Moon night. From then on, people from all over the world come to join the celebration. And now there are 10,000- 30,000 people at the party each month. The activities include dancing, having party, camping and so on.

Baiyoke Tower

Thailand’s tallest tower soars to 88 storeys (85 of them above ground), the upper of which are often clad with some truly huge advertising. The main attraction here is the 84th floor revolving observation deck. The views are as impressive as you’d expect but only just enough to compensate for the tacky decor, uninspiring restaurant and inconvenient location.

Watching sunset on Phi Phi Island

Phi Phi Island is famous for white sand and blue sea and wonderful rock cliffs. Of course, you do need a particular place to watch the sunset. Sitting on the sand facing the Andaman Sea and you’re in paradise.

Tarutao National Marine Park

Established as a marine national park in 1974, Tarutao National Marine Park is covering 1490 km² area at the southernmost Thailand off the coast at Satun Province in the Andaman Sea. The park consists of 51 islands within two groups; Tarutao Group to the east and Adang-Rawi Group to the west. There are three archipelagos in the park; Tarutao Archipelago, Klang Archipelago and Adang Archipelago. The name Tarutao derives from Pulau Tertua (means "the island of old") which was the original name of the main island.

Wat Rong Khun

Wat Rong Khun, better known as “the White Temple” is one of the most recognizable temples in Thailand. The temple outside the town of Chiang Rai attracts a large number of visitors, both Thai and foreign, making it one of Chiang Rai’s most visited attractions. 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 purity of the Buddha, while the glass symbolizes the Buddha’s wisdom and the Dhamma, the Buddhist teachings.

Koh Samui Island

Ko Samui is the premier island destination in the Gulf of Thailand. Samui is easily accessible, features beautiful beaches and a variety of activities, and caters to visitors on any budget. Ko Samui, Thailand’s second most popular island destination, is located in the Gulf of Thailand roughly 700 km. south of Bangkok and 80 km. from Thailand’s southern coast. Samui is the third largest island in Thailand and the largest in an archipelago of more than 80 islands that includes the Ang Thong National Marine Park, a kayaking paradise and day trip from Ko Samui.

Phraya Nakhon Cave

One of Thailand’s most beautiful and certainly the most photographed one is the Phraya Nakhon cave in Prachuap Khiri Khan province, about a 45 minutes driving South of Hua Hin. This impressive cave is located inside Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park and getting to the cave you will have some magnificent views of beaches, mountains and forests.

Khao Sok

 Khao Sok is perfectly situated on the mainland between Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak and Koh Samui, the most popular destinations in Southern Thailand. It is a fantastic place to go on vacation.

Training elephant in Chiang Mai

In elephant preservation centre, tourists will have chance to discover the life of elephant, to make friend with them and take part in other interesting activities.


The Historic City of Ayutthaya, founded in 1350, was the second capital of the Siamese Kingdom.  It flourished from the 14th to the 18th centuries, during which time it grew to be one of the world’s largest and most cosmopolitan urban areas and a centre of global diplomacy and commerce. Ayutthaya was strategically located on an island surrounded by three rivers connecting the city to the sea. This site was chosen because it was located above the tidal bore of the Gulf of Siam as it existed at that time, thus preventing attack of the city by the sea-going warships of other nations. The location also helped to protect the city from seasonal flooding.

Training elephant in Chiang Mai

In elephant preservation centre, tourists will have chance to discover the life of elephant, to make friend with them and take part in other interesting activities.




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