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Thailand Highlights

  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

    Description: A floating market is a market where merchandise is sold from boats. originating in times and places where water transport played an important role in daily life, most floating markets operating today mainly serve as tourist attractions. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Ratchaburi, Thailand, is one of the most famous floating markets, continues the old tradition of selling vegetables, fruits, and so on from a small boat. The soil beside the canal is very fertile and excellent for growing many kinds of fruits and vegetables. The area is famous for Malacca grape, Chinese grapefruit, mangoes, bananas, and coconut, and Thai canoes laden with colorful, succulent fruits, vegetables, sweets and meats, gently floating through the canal.

  • Heroine's Monument

    Description: The Heroine's Monument consists of two statues dedicated to Thao Thep Kasattri and Thao Sri Sunthon, titles awarded to Than Phuying Chan, wife of the then-recently-deceased governor, and her sister, Khun Muk, both of whom defended Phuket Province in the late eighteenth century. According to popular belief, they repelled a five-week Burmese invasion in 1785 by dressing up as male soldiers and rallying Siamese troops. Chan and Muk were later honored by King Rama I with the Thai honorific Thao, as Thao Thep Kasattri and Thao Sri Sunthon, respectively. The "Heroine's Monument" honoring them is situated on the main highway between the Phuket International Airport and Phuket town.

  • Khao Sok National Park

    Description: Khao Sok National Park comprises the largest area of virgin forest in Southern Thailand and is a remnant of rainforest older and even more diverse than the Amazon Rainforest. It is perhaps most famous for the Bua Phut flower that grows within the park. In addition to its exotic flora, Khao Sok is inhabited by a wide variety of animals, including the Malayan Tapir, Asian Elephant, Tiger, Sambar Deer, Bear, Guar, Banteng, Serow, Wild Boar, Pig Tailed Macaque, Langur, White handed Gibbon, Squirrel, Muntjak and Mouse Deer.

  • Ko Similan

    Description: The Similan Islands is a group of 6 islands off the coast of Thailand, of which Ko Similan is the largest. The surrounding sea is full of rock formations and coral reefs in many different shapes and forms, while the island itself has many diverse species ranging from the Nicobar Pigeon to the Mangrove Monitor Lizards, and more. The Similan National Park is famous for diving, of which there are two kinds. East side diving consists of gently sloping coral reefs with sandy patches and the occasional boulder in between. The west side is known for its huge underwater granite boulders with numerous swim-throughs.

  • Patong Beach

    Description: Patong Beach refers to the beach and town on Phuket's west coast. It is the main tourist resort in Phuket. It is an important center of Phuket's nightlife and is the center of bargain shopping on the island. The beach became popular with Western tourists, especially Europeans, in the late 1980s. Numerous large hotels and chain hotels are located there and the area has expanded into a large tourist mecca.

  • Phang Nga Bay

    Description: Phang Nga Bay is a shallow bay with forty-two islands, replete with limestone cliffs, collapsed cave systems and archaeological sites. The bay is comprised of shallow marine waters and intertidal forested wetlands, with at least 28 species of mangrove. The most famous of the many islands in the bay is the so-called James Bond Island, a needle formed limestone rock in the sea, which featured in the movie The Man with the Golden Gun. Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park was declared a protected Ramsar Site of international ecological significance on August 14, 2002.

  • Phuket

    Description: Phuket is a city located in the southeast of Phuket Island, Thailand, and the capital of Phuket Province. It is famous for its nightlife and fine dining, and is a favorite destination with international travelers. The Buddhists temples in the city are also attractive destinations for both national and international tourists. Along the streets some Hindu temples depicting the statues of Lord Ganesha and Lord Brahma can also be seen.

  • Siam Ocean World Bangkok

    Description: Siam Ocean World Bangkok is the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia. It covers approximately 10,000 square meters of space with hundreds of different species on display, and also contains water volume nearly 5 million liters. The Siam Ocean World Bangkok aims to provide both entertainment and education to visitors. Through formal educational programs, Siam Ocean World aims to promote an appreciation and understanding of the aquatic environment in line with the formal Thailand curriculum.

  • The Chao Phraya River

    Description: The Chao Phraya River is a major river in Thailand, with its low alluvial plain forming the center of the country. It runs through Bangkok, the capital city, and then empties into the Gulf of Thailand. Cities along the Chao Phraya include Nakhon Sawan, Uthai Thani, Chainat, Singburi, Ang Thong, Ayutthaya, Pathum Thani, Nonthaburi, Bangkok and Samut Prakan, listed from north to south. These cities are among the most historically significant and densely populated settlements of Thailand precisely because of their access to the waterway.

  • The Grand Palace

    Description: The Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam (and later Thailand) since 1782. The king, his court and his royal government were based on the grounds of the palace until 1925. The present monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX), currently resides at Chitralada Palace, but the Grand Palace is still used in official events. Several royal and state functions are held within the walls of the palace every year. The palace complex is roughly rectangular and has the combined area of 218,400 square metres (2,351,000 sq ft), surrounded by four walls. It is situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya River at the heart of the Rattanakosin Island, today in the Phra Nakhon District. The Grand Palace is bordered by Sanam Luang and Na Phra Lan Road to the north, Maharaj Road to the west, Sanamchai Road to the east and Thai Wang Road to the south.

  • The Jim Thompson House

    Description: The Jim Thompson House is a museum in Bangkok. It is a complex of various old Thai structures that the American businessman Jim Thompson collected in from all parts of Thailand in the 1950s and 60s. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand. As Thompson was building his silk company, he also became a major collector of Southeast Asian art, which at the time was not well known internationally. He built a large collection of Buddhist and secular art not only from Thailand but from Burma, Cambodia and Laos, frequently travelling to those Countries on buying trips. In 1958 he began what was to be the pinnacle of his architectural achievement, a new home to showcase his art collection. Formed from parts of six antique Thai houses, his home (completed in 1959) sits on a klong (canal) across from Bangkrua, where his weavers were then located. Most of the 19th century houses were dismantled and moved from Ayutthaya, but the largest - a weaver's house (now the living room) - came from Bangkuar.

  • The Phi Phi Islands

    Description: The Phi Phi Islands are located in Thailand, between the large island of Phuket and the western Andaman Sea coast of the mainland. The islands are administratively part of Krabi province. Ko Phi Phi Don ("ko" “island" in the Thai language) is the largest island of the group, and is the only island with permanent inhabitants, although the beaches of the second largest island, Ko Phi Phi Lee (or "Ko Phi Phi Leh"), are visited by many people as well. The rest of the islands in the group, including Bida Nok, Bida Noi, and Bamboo Island (Ko Mai Phai), are not much more than large limestone rocks jutting out of the sea. The islands came to worldwide prominence when Ko Phi Phi Leh was used as a location for the 2000 British-American film The Beach. This attracted criticism, with claims that the film company had damaged the island's environment, an accusation the film's makers contest. The film's release was attributed to an increase in tourism to the islands. Phi Phi Leh also houses the 'Viking Cave', from which there is a thriving bird's nest soup industry.

  • The Vimanmek Palace

    Description: The Vimanmek Palace officially named Vimanmek Mansion, is a former royal palace in Bangkok, Thailand. It is also known as the Vimanmek Teak Mansion or Vimanmek Mansion. It is located in the Dusit Palace complex, nearby Dusit Zoo in Dusit district. Vimanmek Palace was built in 1900 by King Rama V by having the Munthatu Rattanaroj Residence in Chuthathuj Rachathan at Ko Sichang, Chonburi, dismantled and reassembled in Dusit Garden. Not a single nail was used during its construction. The celebration for the completion of the 72 room Vimanmek Palace was held on March 27, 1901. It was used as a royal palace by King Rama V for five years until the completion of Amphorn Satharn Villa in 1906. In 1932, Vimanmek Palace was used only as a storage place of the Bureau of the Royal Household.

  • Wat Arun Rajwararam

    Description: Wat Arun Rajwararam "Temple of the Dawn"is a Buddhist temple (wat) in the Bangkok Yai district of Bangkok, Thailand, on the Thonburi west bank of the Chao Phraya River. The full name of the temple is Wat Arunratchawararam Ratchaworamahawihan (วัดอรุณราชวรารามราชวรมหาวิหาร). Named after Aruna, the Indian God of Dawn, and the Wat Arun is considered one of the most well known of Thailand's many landmarks Drawn on a novel by Japanese writer Yukio Mishima(The Temple of Dawn-The Sea of Fertility). The temple is so named because the first light of the morning reflects off the surface of the temple with pearly iridescence. The monastery has existed for many years since the days when Ayutthaya was capital of Thailand. At the time named Wat Mokok, situated in a place called Tumbol Bangmakok. The word Bangmakok, meaning “Village of Olive", has since been shortened to "Makok".

  • Wat Chalong

    Description: Wat Chalong is the most important of the 29 buddhist temples of Phuket is Wat Chalong (Thai: วัดฉลอง or วัดไชยธาราราม), located in the tambon Chalong, Mueang Phuket district. It is dedicated to two highly venerable monks, Luang Pho Chaem (หลวงพ่อแช่ม) and Luang Pho Chuang (หลวงพ่อช่วง), who with their knowledge of herbal medicine helped the injured of a tin miner’s rebellion in 1876.

  • Wat Pho

    Description: Wat Pho, is a Buddhist temple in Phra Nakhon district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is located in the Rattanakosin district directly adjacent to the Grand Palace.[2] Known also as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, its official name is Wat Phra Chettuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Ratchaworamahawihan). The temple is also known as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage. Wat Pho is one of the largest and oldest wats in Bangkok (with an area of 50 rai, 80,000 square meters), and is home to more than one thousand Buddha images, as well as one of the largest single Buddha images of 160 ft length:the Reclining Buddha (Phra Buddhasaiyas, Thai พระพุทธไสยาสน์). The Wat Pho complex consists of two walled compounds bisected by Soi Chetuphon running east–west. The northern walled compound is where the reclining Buddha and massage school are found.

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