Wat Rong Khun

Wat Rong Khun, also known as Thailand’s White Temple, is a Buddhist temple with a very unique style. It was built on the site of an old dilapidated temple by the Thai artist Chalermchai Kosipipat. The combination of both traditional Buddhist themes and modern influences, including murals of Superman, Mickey Mouse, Micheal Jackson, and Kung […]Read More

Wat Pho

Set on the side of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok is Wat Pho, also known as Temple of the Reclining Buddha. It is one of the oldest temples with the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand and maintains the title as the country’s earlier center for public education and religion. Wat Pho is […]Read More

Similan Islands

Similan Islands are an archipelago consisting of 11 islands named Ko Tachai, Ko Bon, also known as Ko Talu, Ko Bangu, Ko Similan, Ko Hin Pousar, Ko Payu, Ko Ha, Ko Miang, Ko Payan, Ko Payang, Ko Hu Yong. The islands are located in the Andaman sea off the coast in Phang Nga province, a […]Read More

Safari World, Thailand’s biggest zoo!

Just 40 kilometers outside of Bangkok’s city lies Thailand’s biggest zoo – Safari World Bangkok. Undoubtedly Thailand’s most popular zoo and animal park with a great deal of entertainment and recreation variety, the park houses hundreds of animals from across the globe and is divided into two main sections: Safari Park and Marine Park. While […]Read More

Red Light District Bangkok, best soi to visit!

Thailand had become such a hub of sex tourism and well known for its entertainment nightlife and go-go bars that are popular amongst curious tourists as they are open ‘sexpats’.Bangkok has three most prominent red-light districts including Soi Cowboy, Nana Plaza, and Patpong – all adjacent to one another in the center of Bangkok city. […]Read More

Phuket Big Buddha

Phuket’s Big Buddha or Phra Puttamingmongkol Akenakkiri Buddha is one of the most impressive landmarks on Phuket island. The 45-meter tall statue sitting on the top of Nakkerd hills will attract any visitor as it can be seen from a far distance. The site has a peaceful atmosphere where you will only hear the sound […]Read More

Maya Bay (Phi Phi Island)

Virtually enclosed within towering limestone cliffs, Maya Bay is one of Thailand’s most spectacular and iconic beaches. The beach is situated on the island of Ko Phi Phi Ley in the Andaman Sea some 30km off the Thai coast and only accessible by boat. The island is now part of Phi Phi National Park and […]Read More

Ayutthaya, the history of Thailand

Historical cityThe Historic City of Ayutthaya, founded in 1350, was the second capital of the Siamese Kingdom. It was one of Southeast Asia’s most prosperous cities in the 17th Century and beyond. Flourished from the 14th to the 18th centuries, during which time it grew to be one of the world’s largest and most cosmopolitan […]Read More

Pattaya Walking Street, the best place to party in Thailand?

Pattaya Walking Street is one of the biggest and busiest party areas in the whole of Thailand. The reason is a walk down Pattaya Walking Street has created a unique yet incredible experience for many people who have visited this kilometer-long road. But, what makes this place become one of the best places to visit […]Read More

Koh Tao

Exploring serenely in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Tao – meaning ‘Turtle Island’ which takes its name from the abundant sea turtles that reside on its shores. The island’s natural beauty both above and below the water. Surrounded by the crystal-clear waters and white sand beaches with the stunning vibrant coral reefs, home to a […]Read More