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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Red Lotus Sea or Talay Bua Daeng, Udon Thani

“Red Lotus Sea or Talay Bua Daeng” is officially called Nong Han Kumphawapi Lake. A large yet rather normal lake at most times during the year, the lake transforms into a magical wonderland of beautiful pink shades during the cooler months. Indeed, due to the picturesque beauty when the striking lotus flowers are in full bloom, the lake has been named as one of the world’s strangest lakes.

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The high quality tea manufacturer for half a century

Chiang Rai,  a smallcharming city that provides the perfect base for exploring the scenic and cultural attractions of Thailand’s far north. Located 785 kilometres north of Bangkok, Chiang Rai is the capital of Thailand’s northernmost province. At an average elevation of nearly 600 metres above sea level and covering an area of approximately 11,700 square kilometres, the province borders Myanmar to the north, and Lao PDR to the north and northeast. The area is largely mountainous, with peaks rising to 1,500 metres above sea level. Choui Fong ,  the high quality tea manufacturer for half acentury. With plantation area of over 1,000 rais in high mountain, all teas are grown under optimal conditions then hand picked at the perfect time.

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The Academic Seminar for The Leaders of Tourism Association


The Academic Seminar for The Leaders of Tourism Association at the Top of The Tea Mountain, Doi Pu Muen, Chiang Mai, Thailand by Chiang MICE

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Thailand Biennale, Krabi 2018

Proud to be one of the team to promote the foremost international exhibition of contemporary art in Thailand.

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Khlong Mahasawat – Agro tourism and Thainess

Agro tourism with appreciation of Thailand’s rural culture, meet with the locals, enjoy activities. Such agro tourism also boosts rural communities looking for new streams of income

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Loy Krathong Festival starts in Sukhothai

The origins of Loy Krathong

According to Thai folklore, the Loy Krathong Festival originated in Sukhothai. Established in 1238, the ancient kingdom of Sukhothai was a thriving, prosperous region. Local legend says that at some time in the 14th century a noble lady called Nang Noppamas, a consort of the King of Sukhothai, made the first decorated krathong as a gift for the king. The daughter of a Brahmin priest, Noppamas adapted an existing Brahmin tradition by delicately moulding banana leaves into the shape of a lotus flower before adding a candle and incense sticks. The story goes on to say that the king lit the candle and the incense sticks and floated the krathong on one of the waterways that surrounded the city of Sukhothai.

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When Europe Modernised Siam’s Architecture: A guide to European architectural influence in Thailand

When visitors think about Thailand’s architecture, images might come to mind of sleek stupas, mosaic-covered temples, dragon-ornate gables, or elegantly curved roofs and wooden houses. Eventually you will also think of the striking new skyscrapers, which step-by-step invade Bangkok’s skyline.

But few travellers think that Bangkok and Thailand would probably have one of the richest European architectural heritages in Southeast Asia. Many would even wonder how it could be possible in a country that was never colonised.

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