1. Boat Riding Along the Chao Phraya River A longtail boat along the legendary Chao Phraya River, into the canals on the Thon Buri side is the most pleasant way to explore the city “Venice of the East of Siam” The majestic charm of the Chao Phraya adds perspective to your exploration of the city’s premier attractions.
Kathina is a Buddhist Cenremon which comes at the end of Vassa, the three-month rainy season retreat for Theravada Buddhists in Bangladesh (known as Kaṭhina Cībar Dān), Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Thailand.The season during which a monastery may hold Kathina is one month long, beginning after the full moon of the eleventh month in the Lunar calendar (usually October).
One of the project in the reign of King Bhumibol “Nong Rahan Cheen” for Community based and now they are ready to show to the Tourist as the new attraction in Ang Thong Province.
Phu Pha Petch Cave is a touristic site located within the Sub-District of Palm-Pattana, District of Manung in the Province of Satun.
One of a places that can completely represent the power of natural creation. This well kept secret has only recently been exposed to international tourism and for those who enjoy some serious Eco-Tourism or love caves,also translated as the Diamond Mountain Caves.
From Bangkok to Phu Nam Ron Border in Kanchanaburi province around 188 KM cross to Htee Khee Myanmar Border. We have to change the Van from Thai Van to Myanmar Van, 174 KM with 6 Hour drive. You will forget the time of drive because of on the way you can see the difference between the Thai and Burmese side. The road is unpaved for the first half and bumpy. We passed border checks, banana plantations, overgrow rice paddies, rubber trees, huts selling gas in liter bottles on wooden racks.
Lunch on the way at local restaurant with local food .
Source of the Project “Coral Plant”
On August 19, 1997, HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn personally traveled to Koh Talu, Bang Saphan Noi District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province to explore and relax. A survey team from the Navy Department 1 assessed sea coral conditions of the Koh Talu area and found that the coral remains more complete and beautiful expecially when compared to other sources in the Gulf of Thailand. During her stay, HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn assigned to Mr. Preeda Charoenpak, owner of a coconut plot on Koh Talu to report about the living conditions on this island. HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn considered ideas to develop Koh Talu and the surrounding areas in a sustainable way to benefit local people and continually maintain precious natural resources for local partners in Thailand. Read More