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Month: July 2019

Bangkok Shopping: Chatuchak Weekend Market

Bangkok Shopping: Chatuchak Weekend Market

If you love the low-profile shopping in Bangkok, the most affordable market is Chatuchak Weekend Market, which is also known as JJ market and there are many kinds of things in the market, as long as you can imagine, there will be sold here. Therefore, it is very popular among Thai locals and tourists for shopping in Thailand. The biggest features in JJ Market is that items for eating or using, or items of crafts and Thai massage and even bookstores are available there. There are many places to sell ice cream. The most popular…

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Bangkok Nara Restaurant

Bangkok Nara Restaurant

If you are looking for the best place for dinning in Thailand, Nara restaurant in Bangkok is one of best restaurants for you during your trip in Thailand. It has many branches in Bangkok. The restaurant is famous for its authentic Thai cuisine. It has been rated as one of the best restaurants in Thailand for several years. It is heard that it is still Michelin three-star restaurant. You can go to ICON SIAM because the outdoor seating offers a…

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Chicken Island

Chicken Island

Chicken Island is known as the magic island. Some people think that the island is like a chicken head. Some people think that the island is like an axe handle, but foreigners think it like a strong sailor. Because it is the cliff of the southern ridge, it lets the people who see it have all kinds of imagination, you can enjoy the sun, blow the sea breeze, stroll on the silver-white beach and enjoy the infinite tropical scenery. After…

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Laem Din Market

Laem Din Market

Laem Din Market is open from 4:00 am to 2:00 am the next day,and during the day it is the farmer’s market, at night it is full of clothing shoes and hats, tourist souvenirs and a variety of food stalls. Laem Din Market is close to the largest shopping mall in Koh Samui. Although the market is not so big and the health is average, you can go there and feel the local atmosphere when you are bored. Maybe you can…

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The Sanctuary of Truth

The Sanctuary of Truth

Unlike the magnificent shape of the Temple of the Grand Palace and Wat Chayamangkalaram, The Sanctuary of Truth features a magnificent atmosphere. It is all-wood structure, relying on the beach. When you are looking closer, you will feel it finely crafted. You will feel it a pity if you don’t take a visit there. And The Sanctuary of Truth is quiet and there are no noisy tours. As for the traffic, in fact, on the beach road, you can go to the direction of The Sanctuary of Truth,…

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Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden is located far away from the city and is located on the outskirts of Pattaya, Thailand. It covers an area of about 272 hectares. You can charter the car to go there. There are artificial lakes in the garden, the water is bright, the birds are singing and the flowers are fragrant, the trees are lush and the scenery is picturesque. There is an animal sculpture park that attracts children’s interest and the zoo interacts…

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Ko Tachai

Ko Tachai

Ko Tachai, also known as the Virgin Island, is located 20 km north of Ko Bon Island and 40 km northeast of the Similan Islands, and is an important landscape within the Ocean Park. Ko Tachai is open every year from November to April, and there is no infrastructure for accommodation on the island, so it is only suitable for 1-day trip to Ko Tachai. Ko Tachai is a maze of wonders formed by a combination of giant rocks. There…

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Promthep Cape

Promthep Cape

Promthep Cape, located at the southernmost tip of Phuket and 18 km from the city, is the “God’s Cape” in Thai. Because there is a four-faced Buddha on the viewing platform, the locals call it “Promthep Cape.” You can come here to pay homage and pray for good luck. From Rawai Beach, turn right and walk about 2 km then you will arrive at the Promthep Cape. The spectacular rock wall view is the main scenic feature of Promthep Cape….

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Ko Tao

Ko Tao

Ko Tao in Thailand, is known as the diver factory. If you are going to learn to dive first, there is no big problem. Whether it is a companion or a single person, you can learn to to dive here and it is very cost-effective here. You will have the opportunity to meet special fish in Ko Tao in specific months, such as eagle owl and whale shark. The food on Ko Tao is also not to be missed. In…

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Wat Chaiwatthanaram

Wat Chaiwatthanaram

Wat Chaiwatthanaram is in Ayutthaya. There are many temples here. Ayutthaya is one of the dynasties of Thailand. The temple here is a bit like that of Angkor Wat, but it was destroyed by the war and many Buddha statues are incomplete! The Buddha statue that has suffered from the vicissitudes of life setting off each other with the red bricks of the broken walls show a kind of desolate beauty. In 1630, Prasat Thong, the king of the city…

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