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    Kaeng Krachan in the mist

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 06/01/2012

    » The Tourism Authority of Thailand Phetchaburi Office invites all to enjoy the cool weather on misty mountains in Kaeng Krachan district, Phetchaburi. Interesting activities include:


    Temple tourism resurges after flood

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 09/02/2012

    » At weekends, Wat Phananchoeng Worawihan in Ayutthaya province is still crowded with Thai and foreign worshippers and tourists all day after last year's big flood. Hundreds of people were spotted paying respect to the presiding Buddha statue, Phra Buddhatrairattananayok, during the half an hour we spent there on a recent trip. The situation was similar at eight other temples in Ayutthaya and two neighbouring provinces we visited. Visiting temples in flood-hit areas is an opportunity for us to learn how many temples coped with the disaster and why a few were spared by the floodwater.


    Khantoke dinner and dance in the Northeast

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 10/02/2012

    » Nakhon Ratchasima provincial authorities and the local Tourism Authority of Thailand office invite all to try local culinary and cultural treats at the Kin Khao Kham Khongdee Festival to be held at Muang Khaek Khmer temple in Sung Noen district from March 9 to 11. Highlights include a light-and-sound performance entitled "Sri Janasa Pura", and a khantoke dinner (a set dinner for five persons costs 1,500 baht). Here, participants will sit eating local food from khantokes (pedestal trays) while enjoying beautiful traditional dance and music.


    Journeys to the city of three bays

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 17/02/2012

    » Prachuap Khiri Khan is also known as "the City of Three Bays". Until Sun, Feb 19, the "Travelling to Prachuap Khiri Khan, the Wonderful City of Three Bays" fair is being held on the beach overlooking Prachuap Khiri Khan bay. The aim is to promote tourism and raise income to support the province's activities.


    New Kid on the block

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 23/02/2012

    » Nestled 715km northeast of Bangkok is Bung Kan _ Thailand's newest province. It was part of Nong Khai before being carved out and declared the country's 77th province on March 22, 2011. Covering around 4,300km2, this province comprising of eight districts is full of mountains and waterways and rich in Thai and Lao cultures since Bolikhamxay, a Laotian province nearest it, is just across the Mekong River.


    Travel fair in Ranong

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 16/03/2012

    » Provincial and local authorities, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Chumphon Office together with the public and private sectors of Ranong invite all to the "Travel to Ranong and the Andaman Sea 2012 Fair", being held until March 24 in front of Muang Ranong Municipality Office. The aims are to promote local tourism, raise public awareness of Ranong's potential as a natural and cultural tourism destination, and increase incomes for local communities.


    Seven Thai beaches voted Top 10 Asian beaches

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 20/04/2012

    » The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has revealed that one of the world's largest tourism information websites,, named seven Thai beaches in the top 10 of the Traveller's Choice Awards 2012's Beach Destinations in Asia.


    Day trip with A Difference

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 24/04/2012

    » White foamy waves from the turquoise-blue sea softly kiss the immaculate sandy beach of Tachai Island. The sand there is as white and soft as powder. From a boat, about half a kilometre from the island, the seawater is in two shades _ light blue and green. The water is crystal clear and you can see corals beneath with bare eyes.


    Butterfly watching in Sa Kaeo

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 11/05/2012

    » This year, Sa Kaeo province is aiming to be "a green tourist province" with the focus on eco-tourism and anti-global warming. Its governor Sanit Naksuksri invites all to the 8th Pang Sida Butterfly Watching Festival in order to cherish the unspoiled beauty of forests in Thailand's Eastern Region.


    Learning history in a funway

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 17/05/2012

    » Visiting historical parks and museums may well have been boring in the past. Well, not any more. Visitors cannot only look at ruins of palaces and temples or ancient artefacts, but they can also have fun learning about the history from well-trained guides and multimedia presentations, share opinions, ask questions, and grasp what the old sites were like in ancient times.

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