Krung Thep Maha Nakhon (Bangkok)
35° 26°
The faithful townsmen built Wat Chong Lom and invited Phra Kru Phuang to be the abbot in 1830. Since then, there have been many developments through t...more
Although Trat offers several impressive natural and cultural destinations, many tourists say that the visit at Wat Buppharam alone is worth the long t...more
Amazing Phatthalung, an abundance of the nature in the south Patthalung is one of the two southern provinces that has no land adjacent to the se...more
Chumphon is a city full of fertile natural resources, beautiful old town architecture, and astonishing cultures. You might need a long time to take a ...more
When you are tired and need to get a treatment to relieve your pained body, come to “Hot Springs and Cold Stream” at the foot of Khao Chaison where it...more
Lit up all day and night by the headlights of the boats filled with fish and native fishermen shouting in local dialect, many visitors are able to tel...more
Located in the remote Nan River Valley and tucked in the corner of Thailand’s “axe,” Nan is another province that sees few visitors making it a charmi...more
This site is a landmark of film lovers where Thai films are collected, sorted, and listed in the Thai film registration system. It is the first and on...more
If you want to learn more about Phisanulok, the Museum of Phitsanulok is a must. This museum has exhibitions about Phitsanulok’s history and the devel...more
For most people, shopping is a leisure time that they can relax and enjoy the products presented in front of them without having to worry about anythi...more
Close to the eye, close to the mind: Nakhon Pathom In just the blink of an eye is how far Nakhon Pathom is to Bangkok. That is why Nakhon Pathom i...more
Phra Nang Chamthewi Statue is located at Nong Jok Public Park in Mueang Sub-district, 1 kilometre away from Lamphun City Hall. It was built to commemo...more