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Month: January 2020

Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Phuket Offices

Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Phuket Offices

The elephant is the national treasure of Thailand, and contacting with elephants is an item that many people must experience when they come to Phuket. However, Thai elephants are not protected like the Chinese pandas. They are tortured by mahout, undergoing cruel training, performing daily without breaks, and riding by people. The number of elephants in Thailand is declining every year, and now there are fewer than 4,500 elephants left! To protect elephants, we not only need to reject ivory…

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Bangkok Central Village

Bangkok Central Village

Central Village, Thailand’s first international luxury outlet shopping paradise, opened grandly on August 31, 2019. Central Village Bangkok Luxury opened for the first time as the Central Group, including Chloe, Coach, Kate Spade New York, Kenzo, Polo Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, JIM Thompson, Harnn, etc. MK Bags and suitcases discounts can be up to 90% off, watch category such as Mido, Tissot, Hamilton, Longines, radar is basically 50 to 70% off. Some brands of cosmetics under the Loreal Group such…

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Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, the old capital of Thailand, was established in 1350 was captured by Myanmar in 1767. Zheng Xin later established a new country and moved the country to the west bank of Bangkok. Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province has since declined and become a ruins site. However, most of the temple sites were successfully preserved, and they were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1991. Shuttling through Ayutthaya, you can see Buddha statues or…

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Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center

Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center

The Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center was built in 1924. The original appearance of the building was restored when it was restored in 1997, and it was awarded by the city government, and in 1999, he won the royal Siam institute of architect’s award. You can learn about the history and culture of Chiang Mai at the Cultural Center. There is a religious-cultural exhibition in northern Thailand on the first floor, and the post-colonial style of the building…

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Where to Enjoy the Nightlife of Bangkok?

Where to Enjoy the Nightlife of Bangkok?

CRU Champagne Bar CRU Champagne Bar is currently the highest rooftop bar in Thailand. It is located on the 59th floor of Centara Grand Hotel, the famous hotel in Thailand. Here you can enjoy the view of Bangkok. The bar counter is in a central location, which is surrounded by white tables and chairs, and looks very simple. CRU Champagne Bar offers Pink Mumm No. 1 Champagne, which is the product of the bar’s collaboration with France’s highest-selling Mam Red…

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Bangkok Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Bangkok Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in the countryside exudes the strong Siamese style. It is located on a tributary of the Chao Phraya River southwest of Bangkok, 80 kilometers from the city. Time could not keep the originally busy and noisy wharf. With the development of land, the originally busy wharf gradually became deserted, but the floating market which was developed with the wharf still flourishes. In order to protect this unique culture, the Thai government built this bazaar on the…

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BURN WHALE BANGKOK

BURN WHALE BANGKOK

The design concept of BURN WHALE can regard the restaurant as a ship that is buried in the belly of a whale. The exterior design of the restaurant looks and feels like a stripe on the belly of a whale. The interior decoration is inspired by Pinocchio’s father as a carpenter, so the interior of the restaurant is mainly wooden. BURN WHALE has 3 floors. The store on the first floor is relatively small and easy to be ignored. The…

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Maesa Elephant Camp

Maesa Elephant Camp

There are several elephant training camps in Chiang Mai, of which Maesa Elephant Camp is not only the largest, but also relatively complete, and it is well-known to attract numerous tourists. Nearly a hundred elephants have been raised in the camp, and the elephants participating in the show have been sent here for training since childhood. At Maesa Elephant Camp, you can not only watch elephants perform acrobatics and painting, but also sit on the elephant’s back and walk along…

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Chiang Mai Kalare Night Bazaar

Chiang Mai Kalare Night Bazaar

Whenever night falls, the Kalare Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai, where various handicrafts gather, becomes the bustling night market that attracts tourists the most. Changkang Road, where Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is located, is brilliantly lit. There are crowds of people on the street that is about two kilometers long, and there are more than 200 shops welcoming guests. The owners are busy and smiling, bargaining in English with tourists from all over the world. The Kalare Night Bazaar in…

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Zoom Sky Bar Bangkok

Zoom Sky Bar Bangkok

Zoom Sky Bar Bangkok is a bar with 360-degree views. The surrounding buildings are mostly low-rise buildings. There is no sense of oppression near the building, and the landscape is quite vast. The seats in the bar are divided into many areas, one of which faces Silom. The scenery is the best. All the cars are illuminated with yellow lights. Driving on the winding road is like a long dragon, which is very spectacular. The fence around the Zoom Sky…

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