Visiting Nakhon Nayok: Waterfalls and Golf Courses

Nakhon Nayok is a central province of Thailand located 106 kilometers from Bangkok and not far from Pathum Thani. This beautiful province is renowned for its waterfalls, fertile forests, varieties of delectable fruits and its golf courses. The city and surrounding province come alive during the holidays with tourists. Golf clubs, resorts and a beautiful Continue Reading

Visiting Chiang Mai and Baan Tong Luang Long Neck Village

Chiang Mai is one of the greatest and most famous tourist destinations in Thailand attracting over 5 million visitors each year. The most beautiful city in Thailand Chiang Mai is well known for its Buddhist temples, the night bazaar, the handicraft market, the silver street, surrounding mountains and the hill tribe peoples such as the Continue Reading

Rong Kluea the Cambodian border market in Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo

Aranyaprathet is a border town in Sa Kaeo Province, Eastern Thailand and is a popular destination for Thais, Cambodians and expats who are attracted by the border crossing and its market and casinos. Expatriates in Thailand often use (or used) the border crossing as visa run to renew their visas. The fake market in Sa Continue Reading

Phitsanulok: Buddhist Temples and Rice Fields

Located in northern Thailand around 400 kilometers from Bangkok and surrounded by green rice fields, Phitsanulok is not a famous tourist destination but a Traditional Thai province, where one still can find a old style living while its residents proclaim themselves as the “Original Thais”. Somebody told me that the inhabitants of Phitsanulok feel animosity Continue Reading