Archive for category: Excursions

/ 30 October 2013 12 h 39 min

Chiang Mai Thailands ”Rose of the North”

Chiang Mai Thailands ”Rose of the North” Listed as one of the 25 best destinations in the world, Chiang Mai is Thailand’s fifth largest city and is considered by many to be Thailand’s Cultural and Arts capital, home to many museums, art galleries, universities, thriving bohemian scene and over 30 Buddhist temples located within the old city walls. With its [...]

/ 26 October 2013 19 h 08 min

Kanchanaburi river kwai tour

Kanchanaburi river kwai tour Just two hours west of Bangkok and 40 minutes from the border with Myanmar, Kanchanaburi is a diverse and popular tourist destination and one of the most beautiful areas of Thailand with easy access to waterfalls and national parks. There is the famous Wat Than Phu Wa which features a series of grotto shrines within a [...]

/ 9 October 2013 18 h 22 min

Mae Sot, Northern Thailand’s gateway to Myanmar

Mae Sot, Northern Thailand’s gateway to Myanmar. Mae Sot is a border town 5 km from the border with Myanmar and is located in Tak Province around 600 Km from Bangkok. The area around Mae Sot boasts some of the most pristine and rugged mountains and dense tropical jungles in Thailand with a huge variety of wildlife preserves, rivers, hot [...]

/ 26 September 2013 10 h 24 min

Lanna boat Races in Nan.

Lanna boat Races in Nan. Every year in the months October or November the city of Nan comes alive when the largest dragon boat races of the Kingdom of Thailand are being held. The date of the races depends on when the raining season will be finished. The Boat Racing Festival or Lanna Boat Races, combines religious rituals with entertainment [...]

/ 20 September 2013 16 h 55 min

Secret Buddha Garden, Koh Samui.

Secret Buddha Garden, Koh Samui. Hidden in the hills from Koh Samui surrounded by a lush jungle, visitors find the Secret Buddha Garden,created by an old Samui fruit farmer, Nim Thongsuk. From 1976 until his death on the age of 91 Khun Nim filled the garden on his families land with statues of animals, deities and humans in various poses, [...]

/ 11 September 2013 14 h 30 min

Grand Palace Bangkok.

Grand Palace Bangkok. The spectacular Grand Palace in the Thai capital, Bangkok,is undoubtedly the city’s most famous landmark. Built in 1782 – and for 150 years the home of the Thai King, the Royal court and the administrative seat of government – the Grand Palace of Bangkok is tourist destination number 1, I would like to state that if you [...]

/ 19 August 2013 12 h 37 min

Wat Suthat and the Giant Swing.

Wat Suthat and the Giant Swing. One of the oldest and most impressive temples in Bangkok is Wat Suthat. Standing at its entrance you’ll find the Giant Swing, which stands at 21.15 meters, unmistakable to see from afar. The two red pillars and beautiful carved crossbar of the Giant Swing are perhaps more famous than the temple itself. The temple [...]

/ 16 August 2013 13 h 22 min

Four regions floating market Pattaya.

Four regions floating market Pattaya. Located on Sukhumvit Road, on the way to Sattahip you’ll find the Four Regions Floating Market which is separated into four sections representing the four major parts of Thailand (north, northeast, central and south). The total area covers around 100.000sqm. and hosts over 114 shops selling goods from these 4 regions. The vendors on the [...]