Wat Na Phra Men or Wat Na Phra Meru is an ancient temple in Ayutthaya, built in the early Ayutthaya period.
Ayutthaya contains several interesting temples. Many of them were ruined by the Burmese and you can still see the black smoke on the walls. If you are tired of the traffic and noise of Bangkok, take a day trip to see historical sites of this city.
Raksawarin Hot Springs and Public Park is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Ranong. It is located 2 km away from Ranong town. You can go there with public songtaew from Ranong Central market for 20 baht. There is no admission fee.
You don’t have to practice Buddhism religion for visiting Thai temple. All temples are open for visitors of all religions and they all are warmly welcomed by the monks and other people there. However, if you are foreign to Thai temples and culture, there are a few rules of etiquette that should be followed for you to have a proper behavior when visiting temples in Thailand.
Chiang Khan is an ancient community that has remained unique for more than 100 years. Chiang Khan is another popular destination in Loei province for locals because of its uniqueness, mixed with modernity. Visiting here is a good way to experience the nice atmosphere along the Mekong River.
Bang Kra Chao (บางกระเจ้า) is located in Phra Pradaeng District, Samut Prakan Province. It is not far from Bangkok, located just on another side of Chao Phraya River. It is the largest green area near Bangkok known as “The Best Urban Oasis of Asia” and "Bangkok Lung".
The popular choice amongst travelers who are exploring or just passing through in Bangkok is taking Airport Rail Link Train from Suvarnabhumi Airport. Passengers can change their routes at Airport Rail Link Makkasan Station to access the MRT Metro Phetchaburi Station.
The graduation ceremonies in Thailand are much more ceremonial than in other countries. For governmental universities, the graduates are dressed in honorable gowns awaiting the King’s Representative (prince or princess) to hand over the diploma. In Thailand, the commencement ceremony is usually held months after the university is finished as the presence of the King’s Representative should be planned well in advance.
Chiang Khan is a small city in Loei province located along the Mekong River. It's a Thai tourist top destination for holidays and weekends. You will spot only a few westerners here. We weren’t expecting too much of our visit here but it was a really nice place worth to visit and spend a day or more. You can find a variety of interesting and reasonably priced foods here for trying as well.
When you are traveling in Thailand, it is necessary to exchange money to local currency (Thai baht) as other currencies are not accepted in the country. When flying to Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, there are several things you need to know about currency exchange at Bangkok Airport (BKK).
Are you planning a trip to Thailand? When you are traveling to Thailand, no one expects you to be perfectly polite in Thai way. However, it's important to know the basics of Thai culture before your trip in order to better understand Thai people and Thai language.
Chiang Mai and the surrounding areas boasts big number of stunning ancient temples. Our TOP 10 of the most impressive Chiang Mai temples will help you to make a choice.
Thailand's northern neighbour Laos is a mountainous and landlocked country which was forgotten by tourists for a long time. Nowadays the tourism in Laos grows significantly as the country attracts visitors with its laid-back lifestyle and beautiful landscapes. As flights from Thailand to Laos can be a bit pricey, many tourists opt for overland border crossing and the most popular option is Thai-Laos Friendship Bridge from Nong Khai to Vientiane.
Thailand’s floating markets are called “talat nam”. They are the most photographed attractions in the country. Going to floating markets is well worth putting on your list of things to do in Thailand. Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is one of Floating Markets near Bangkok that can be visited by yourself.