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Bangkok : Royal River Hotel

An international first class hotel, located right on the western bank of Chao Phraya River, the River of Kings. Standing in the old thai capital with many attractions nearby,Read more Read More


Bangkok : Check Inn Phromphong Hotel

Check Inn Phromphong Hotel is located at the heart of Sukhumvit Road just across the street from the Emporium shopping mall. It is just a walk away from the PhromRead more Read More


Bangkok : Wall Street Inn

The land of smile of “Thailand” besides, the biggest city in southeast Asia “Bangkok” is called a city of angel. Whether on business or pleasure, the Wall Street InnRead more Read More


Thailand Travel Articles

Hala-Bala Wildlife Reserve : Narathiwat, Thailand

Hala-Bala Wildlife Reserve is a new conservation area in Thailand. It was officially established in 1996. The reserve is near the Thai–Malaysian border and has an area of aroundRead more

Namtok Heo Narok : Nakhon Nayok, Thailand

Namtok Heo Narok located to the south of the Park, this beautiful 3-tiered waterfall cascades from a 200-meter cliff through forested mountains onto the plains below. Its first tierRead more

Wat Thung Si Muang : Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand

Wat Thung Si Muang was constructed during the reign of King Rama III (1824-1851) to houses a replica of Buddha’s footprint. Aside from that, the most beautiful structure inRead more

Thailand Travel Events

Thailand : Vegetarian Festival

The Vegetarian Festival is an annual event held during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. It is believed that the vegetarian festival and its accompanying sacred ritualsRead more Read More


Thailand : New Year Celebration

The celebrate to greet the New Year in Thailand are always full of fun activities,including concerts,stage performances, fireworks displays, and a mass countdown to welcome in New Year inRead more Read More


Thailand : Chinese’s New Year

The sounds of firecrackers can be heard exploding all over the place. Young happy children with ‘Ang Pao’ (red envelopes containing money) in hand and processions of dragon dancersRead more Read More