The Hidden sight of Bangkok Flower Market (Pag Klong Talad)

(Guide Judy)_”Flower Market” in Thai called “Pak Khlong Talad”, it means “market at the mouth of the canal” and the area originally started as a floating market in the early 18th century (during the reign of King Rama I).

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Back to the History, Hellfire Pass the 2nd World War

One of the city includes in our tour program, the city that I have been here again and again…..why?

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Season Fruits Plantation at the River Kwai

“Economic development must be done step by step. It should begin with the strengthening of our member foundation, by assuring that the majority of our member has enough to live”

Khun Somchai tries to follow the word of his Majesty, ……..

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Mae Klong Railway Market (Talad Rom Hoob)

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Oh my goodness that’s crazy!! What an amazing picture xx”…’s was the words that my friend told me on facebook after post my picture!!

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Wat Rong Suea Ten, Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai Blue Temple or Wat Rong Seua Ten is located in Rong Suea Ten in the district of Rimkok a few kilometers outside Chiang Rai.

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The Royal project of Queen Sirikit at Baan Name Kut Kham, Sakon Nakhon Province

The Royal project of Queen Sirikit at Baan Name Kut Kham

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Salt Mine Village_Sakon Nakorn

“Salt Mine Village” the largest production line of salt from mining in all around north-east.

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Phanom Rung Historical Park

Phanom Rung Historical Park. Muang Tam Sanctuary is a large community religious site in Hinduism presumably built for worshiping Shiva.

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“Lalu”, a natural phenomenon in Ta Phraya National Park.

“Lalu” one of the tourist attraction in the special program call “Isaan Sanook

“Lalu”, a natural phenomenon in Ta Phraya National Park. The word Lalu is derived from Khmer language influence is found all over the place. “Lalu” here refer to a subsided land which is a result of a natural phenomenon caused by the erosion of rainwater and the subsidence or collapse of soil. Since the hard soil is durable and does not erode. When it is being eroded by the wind, it makes several shapes like the city wall or a cliff. Some of them look like sticks, just like a natural source around Phae Mueang Phi, Phrae province, but smaller. Lalu has an area of more than 2,000 rai and is one of the Unseen Thailand that should be visited.

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