Post Tagged with: "temples"

/ 27 May 2013 11 h 56 min

Water-Taxi’s in the canals (klongs) of Bangkok.

Water-Taxi’s in the canals (klongs) of Bangkok. For many people a normal cheap transportation across the city of Bangkok the go to their work. Also for tourist a real experience to make a trip with the boats. The bring you also to many temples the building behind the canals. Around the canals you see many beautiful nature. When you have [...]

/ 9 May 2013 10 h 18 min

Getting some WWII history in Kanchanaburi.

Getting some WWII history in Kanchanaburi. At around 130 km. from the Thai capital of Bangkok in the west of the country, bordering Myanmar (Burma) lays the fourth biggest province of the Kingdom, Kanchanaburi or shortened by locals just as ” Kan”. This province which capital has the same name, harbors much of Thailand’s jungle and mountains, as well as [...]

/ 16 March 2013 16 h 15 min

You booking your Thailand vacation already ?

On your holidays to Thailand belong a trip to Kanchanaburi, a beautiful area on the border with Burma. The Bridge on the River Kwai is located in Kanchanaburi province. It is very important about history of Thailand. Railway under the imperial Japanese army to be a part of the 415 km long Burma-Thailand railway building. Don-Rak War Cemetery This war [...]

/ 1 March 2013 18 h 20 min

Thailand Temples.

Thailand Temples. Thailand a country full of culture and historical temples. One of the famous Temples is Wat Pha Keaw. (Photo) You can make a special round tour all around this temples. To start in Bangkok, with several beautiful temples, to continue a trip to Ayudhya and Chiang Mai. We help you to found this beautiful temples for a visit. [...]

/ 28 April 2012 11 h 27 min

Wat Arun bangkok

Wat Arun, is located opposite of the Wat Pho, on the bank of the Chao Praya river, near all Bangkok Hotels.  This beautiful “Prang” is pretty impressive for its size (80 meters). Stairs on each side very steep, even vertiginous (tilt beyond 60 °) achieve a device platform offering breathtaking views of a portion of the capital, temples neighboring Grand [...]

/ 14 December 2011 5 h 56 min

Wat Po school massage

In the famous temple Wat Po in Thailand you can learn the professional Thai massage. Visitors to this highly regarded school can try the traditional Thai massage or enrol in variety of massage study courses that teach the traditional techniques of Thai massage. In former times, only Thailand people were able to learn this special kind of massage, but nowadays [...]

/ 22 August 2011 14 h 13 min

Wat Rong Khun temple, in Chiang Rai, Thailand

Wat Rong Khun (Thai: วัดร่องขุ่น) is a contemporary unconventional Buddhist and Hindu temple in Chiang Rai, Thailand. It was designed by Chalermchai Kositpipat. Construction began in 1997. Wat Rong Khun is different from any other temple in Thailand, as its ubosot (Pali: uposatha; consecrated assembly hall) is designed in white color with some use of white glass. The white color [...]

/ 6 July 2011 14 h 40 min

The Grand Palace Temple in Bangkok

For just about 150 years, Bangkok’s Grand Palace was not only the home of the King and his court, but also the entire administrative seat of government. Within the crenelated walls were the country’s war ministry, state departments, and even the mint. Thai Kings stopped living in the palace full time around the turn of the twentieth century, but the [...]