Nakhon Si Thammarat is a province in Southern Thailand that gets little attention if compared to worldwide famous destinations like Phuket or Krabi. However, for those who are interested in abundant nature and impressive temples, Nakhon Si Thammarat is a place that shouldn’t be missed. If you are planning your trip there, check for the best places to stay in Nakhon Si Thammarat.
Visiting Khanom Beach to see the pink dolphins is an experience that cannot be found elsewhere in Thailand. At Khanom Beach, there are more than 50 pink dolphins found in the area of Laem Prathab and Ao Kwang Phao in Khanom District of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province.
As you may know, Chatuchak Weekend Market, which is renowned as being one of the largest and most comprehensive weekend markets in the world, opens only on weekends. However, not many people know that it partially opens on Friday night when one of the best night markets in Bangkok - Chatuchak Friday Night Market takes place in the area.
Are you looking for the best place to stay in Pattaya? Staying at one of Pattaya beachfront hotels is a really good idea. We would recommend these 10 best beachfront hotels in Pattaya for your stay, so you could listen to the sound of the waves being as close as possible to the edge.
Bangkok is a city that never sleeps. The city is amazing during the day, and it's even better at night. Bangkok is famous for its bustling nightlife and is just as vibrant as you’d expect it to be. These 12 Bangkok nightlife spots are the best places to enjoy your night out in Thai capital.
Ayutthaya is an important historical city in Thailand which is tempting tourists with its ancient temples, palaces and many other attractions. Most people choose to visit Ayutthaya on a day trip from Bangkok but staying overnight in Ayutthaya is a good choice for anyone willing to fully experience the old city charm.
Bangkok not only is filled with skyscrapers housing hotels offering modern city views, but also has the other, more unique and relaxing, side - the Riverside. Plenty of hotels and other accommodations can be found on the Chao Phraya River, the most important river of Thailand that nourishes the city life for over 200 years, flowing through the old town of Bangkok.
100 Year Baan Mai Market (using the name of Ban Mai Subdistrict) is the market located along the Bang Pakong River. It is a famous antique market in Chachoengsao province that shouldn't be missed when visiting the province. 100 Year Baan Mai Market is the place where you will see the old houses and waterfront community as well as will enjoy shopping for local good and eating lots of delicious food.