Monthly Archives: May 2020

Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew) and the Grand Palace

Phra Kaew Ratchawang Temple, the heart of Bangkok Metropolitan

Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Grand Palace.Once of the trip, visit Phra Kaew Temple Ratchawang, the heart of Bangkok Metropolitan Is the most beautiful temple in Thailand And is enshrined the Emerald Buddha Summer style Carved from soft jade Is an art before Chiang Saen Allowing people around the world to come and watch and pray for blessings To be a […]

The Sanctuary of Truth, Pattaya

พิพิธภัณฑ์ ปราสาทสัจธรรมเมืองพัทยา

The Sanctuary of Truth The temple is a wooden building, all filled with statues according to traditional Buddhist and Hindu patterns. The height of the building is 105 meters and the building covers an area of ​​over two rai. It has art with a contemporary vision based on traditional religious forms. This project began construction in the year […]

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market


Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Ratchaburi is one of the most popular floating markets in Thailand. Enjoy the boat ride and take a look at people’s lives in the community. There are many products to choose from and a variety of tasty dishes. Stop to learn about the life style of gardeners. Every day, many Thai and foreign tourists come […]

River Kwai Bridge, Landmarks and Memorials in Thailand.


“River Kwai Bridge” This railway bridge is popular with the movie “Bridge over the River Kwai”, which is a bridge over the Mae Klong River (Later renamed Kwai Yai to match the novel) and is also the most important landmark of Landmark and Memorials in Thailand. Kanchanaburi’s symbol The River Kwai Bridge was damaged until the Thai government […]

Chinatown in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand.

ไชน่าทาวน์เยาวราชในกลางเมืองกรุงเทพฯ เดินช็อป หาร้านนั่งกิน เพลินๆไป

China town, Yaowarat, in the heart of Bangkok Classified as a tourist destination, both Thai and foreign ever. Is a residential area of ​​Thai-Chinese people And business area with a length of approximately 1,410 meters, from the Odean Circle, Charoen Krung Road, ending at the Pirapong Road intersection with Mahachai Road and Jakpetch Road. Most of the tourists […]