This is one of the largest floating markets in Thailand. It is such an iconic location that it was even used for some of the scenes filmed in The Man With the Golden Gun, a James Bond movie made in 1974.
One of the most exciting ways to experience the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is to hire a l... Read More
In the Thai language, Loi Krathong means the floating banana trunk festival. This Buddhist celebration has been celebrated in Thailand for more than 6,000 years. It is usually held a few days before the full moon in November and the celebration activities last for an entire week.
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The Andaman coast has been the home of the world’s last sea nomads, the Moken. They spend most of their lives on small, covered wooden boats and live on food from the ocean. The men use harpoons and spears to catch fish and the women and children use nets to catch shellfish in the shallow waters.... Read More
There are three nature parks in Thailand that have established ethical and sustainable sanctuaries for elephants. The Elephant Jungle Sanctuary project offers half day, full day and overnight stay options for a Walk with Elephants experience. During your visit to one of these nature parks located... Read More
Enjoy a relaxing lunch or a sunset barbeque while nestled under the limestone cliffs at the edge of the white sands of Phra Nang beach. Soak up the sun and the spectacular views of rocky islands jutting out of the emerald waters of the Andaman Sea. The Grotto is a restaurant that is inside a high-... Read More
One of the most spectacular landmarks in Thailand is the royal palace built for the Thai king in 1782. Located in the heart of the city on 2.35 million square feet of land is the palace grounds with its elaborate temples, pavilions, gardens, courtyards and the world-famous, 15th century Emerald Bu... Read More