Top attractions of Kanchanaburi

Top attractions of Kanchanaburi

If you are about to visit Thailand and you would like to choose a city which is not as crowded as Bangkok, but owns some spectacular and remarkable attractions, choose the city of Kanchanaburi! The city is situated at the confluence of the rivers Kwai Yai and Kwai Noi. Therefore, the main attraction for many visitors is the Bridge over the River Kwai which is considered as the starting point of the Death Railway to Burma. There are also several associated museums in the town you must visit if ... [ read more ]

The wonderful tiger temple of Thailand

The wonderful tiger temple of Thailand

One of the most colorful countries of the world, Thailand attracts numerous visitors every year. It is home to wonderful and unique tourist attractions, featuring Buddhist temples, exotic wildlife and spectacular islands. Having a fascinating history and a unique culture that includes the famous Thai food and massage, Thailand features friendly people, thus it is not surprising it is also named the “land of smiles”. Visiting this country is surely a memorable experience and I guarantee you... [ read more ]

A tour of the most scenic botanic gardens of Thailand

A tour of the most scenic botanic gardens of Thailand

Thailand is home to dozens of natural wonders. There are spectacular landscapes in the country, ranging from mountainous regions to coastal areas. For nature-lovers, Thailand is the best holiday destination. The flora and fauna of Thailand are colorful, varied and very attractive. If you are about to spend your vacation in this gorgeous country, don’t miss to visit some of the natural wonders of it, such as the national parks, marine parks, fantastic waterfalls, caves and so on. Don’t forg... [ read more ]

The most interesting national parks in Thailand

The most interesting national parks in Thailand

Located in the south-eastern part of Asia, in the center of the peninsula of Indochina, Thailand is one of the most visited destinations of the continent. This popular country has a rich cultural and natural heritage. The north of the country is a mountainous area, the north-eastern part consists of the Khorat Plateau which is bordered to the east by the Mekong River. The center of the country is dominated by the Chao Phraya river valley, which runs into the Gulf of Thailand. The country also ... [ read more ]

Thailand's Monkey Buffet Festival

Thailand’s Monkey Buffet Festival

Thailand's festivals are always fascinating, always worth attending, and most of the time really fun. But they can seem a bit weird too, although that never negates the fun part. One of the strangest Thai festivals that was ever celebrated in the famous Monkey Buffet Festival held every year in the city of Lopburi in Lopburi Province, one of the country's central provinces. Although the Monkey Buffet Festival doesn't have any deep cultural or religious roots, it is a way to celebrate the loc... [ read more ]

Chiang Mai's elephant sanctuary

Chiang Mai’s elephant sanctuary

The Asian elephant is the only type of elephant to live in Asia, and also the largest creature that lives on the continent. Asian elephants are an endangered species, and most people rarely get to see them in zoos, nevermind in the wild. However, if your travels take you to Chiang Mai, you can get up close and personal with these majestic animals, and interact with them personally, and not from behind a fence either. Chiang Mai's elephant sanctuary, the Elephant Nature Park, is one of the la... [ read more ]

Top 5 attractions in Chiang Mai

Top 5 attractions in Chiang Mai

Bangkok is usually considered to be the cultural and (definitely) the nightlife capital of Thailand, but not all travelers enjoy the constant flurry and clamor of the city, the bright neon lights and the rush. If you want to experience a quieter, more down to earth facet of Thailand, Chiang Mai is the place to start. The fifth largest city in the country is large enough so that anyone can find something to their tastes, but much greener and less agitated than Bangkok. With its walled histori... [ read more ]