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/ 4 January 2017 11 h 47 min

Atta Lakeside Resort Suite

Whether you’re a tourist or traveling on business, atta Lakeside Resort Suite is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Khao Yai. Only 220 km from the city center, the hotel’s strategic location ensures that guests can quickly and easily reach many local points of interest. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations. [...]

/ 2 November 2016 10 h 56 min

Hin Daeng and Hin Mueng – Koh Lanta

The main reason that diving has become world class in Ko Lanta, and the Krabi district overall, are the two pinnacles that lie approximately 25 kilometres southwest of Koh Rok. Hin Daeng (meaning Red Rock in Thai) and Hin Muang (meaning Purple Rock) offer everything a diver dreams of, from dramatic walls, sheer drops and big fish action, to lush [...]

/ 28 October 2016 10 h 14 min

Koh Chang – Trat

Koh Chang is the focal point of Koh Chang National Marine Park in Trat province. Koh Chang is the largest of the 52 islands in Koh Chang National Marine Park and the second-largest island in Thailand. Most of the island is rainforest and it features a range of hills, the highest (Khao Jom Prasat) nearly 800 meters high. The result [...]

/ 20 October 2016 12 h 26 min

Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside

Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside is located in central Bangkok on the banks of the Chao Phraya River and is only a few kilometers from the airport. River transport from the hotel is available to many of Bangkok’s cultural and entertainment hotspots. All 525 of the hotel’s guestrooms are immaculately furnished in a modern Thai style and are fully equipped [...]

/ 5 August 2016 14 h 00 min

The Khantoke Dinner

When travelling to the North of Thailand, do not miss khantoke  dinner. Khantok in the Northern dialect means a wooden tray used for carrying dishes. Round in shape, it is made of teak wood, varnished or lacquered with 5 or 6 legs to support it. A Buddhist monk in the North is credited with the making of the first khantok. [...]

/ 3 August 2016 12 h 54 min

Khaoyai Fahsai Resort

Pleasant temperatures and natural surroundings welcome guests to Khaoyai Fahsai Resort, a little over 150 km from Bangkok. Khao Yai is home to the World Heritage site of Khao Yai National Park, set 25 km from the resort and known for its waterfalls and 50 km in hiking trails. It is also an excellent spot for adventure travelers as there [...]

/ 20 July 2016 9 h 19 min

Greenery Resort – Khao Yai

Situated on the northeastern plateau of Thailand is the first boutique resort in Khao Yai, Greenery Resort – Khao Yai. For guests looking to explore the wildlife of the region, the resort is close to Khao Yai National Park. For guests looking to use Greenery Resort – Khao Yai as a base for exploration, Bangkok is 191 kilometers away and [...]

/ 29 June 2016 3 h 08 min

Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan is famous for its “Full Moon Party” at Rin Beach. This well-known party is probably the biggest beach party on earth. Koh Phangan has two sister islands: the bigger Koh Samui to the south and the smaller Koh Tao to the north. The busiest time of the island is from November to March and in the month of [...]