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The Jim Thompson House

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.


The Jim Thompson House, Thailand

Suan Phung Orchid Garden

Suan Phung Orchid Garden because of the nature of the place. “Do” is one of Amphoe Suan Phung Orchid Garden was also a place where the breeding and sale of orchids. Was very much a place of Suan Phung Orchid is also a place with a collection of orchid species that is a beautiful variety of species and a variety of colors as well as Wanda Astoria Sandy Beach Wanda ฟgamuei. Many travelers will also be available to purchase as souvenirs back with it Phung Orchid also possible to walk your own orchids and have a hand in this section. The Phung Orchid This was also an orchid garden that won unprecedented popularity as a guarantee. It is also able to walk within the park as well. And this place is still there. “Orchids” variety to choose from. The matter of that, there are a variety of prices. 

It depends on the species, but it’s kind of the price will range from the hundreds to the thousands and thousands ever. And we were also able to pick out the seedlings so that it is bringing to the party itself is available as well. Count as the source there are many orchid collection or may be referred to as full a lot. Because the subject of species here that have championship medal “Phung Orchid” This is also a place that is open to visitors free with it.

Suan Phung Orchid Garden, Thailand

Pranburi, Sam Roi Yod

Pranburi, Sam Roi Yod is one of Thailand’s most spectacularly beautiful destinations. Home to white sandy beaches, coral reefs rich in marine life, the area is the very definition of paradise.
The verdant and tree-covered Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park that make up Pranburi area are located just 3 hours drive from Bangkok. The idyllic islands and beaches, crystal water, picturesque limestone outcrops, tropical rain forest and protected national parks had gained the area a well-deserved reputation as one of Thailand's most beautiful places.

Pranburi, Sam Roi Yod, Thailand

Chiang Khan, Loei

Chiangkhan is a small and lovely town located in Loei Province where the Khong river is the border line. The town is quiet with simple life style of people. It is a very nice place for relaxation and let your mind fly with local life.  Chiangkhan has been influenced by French colonial as evidenced by old wooden houses and inn.

Old town area 're along the Khong river which you can see some old wooden shophouses and some 're in colonial style. An some old and important temples 're in this area such as Sri Khun Muang temple, Mahathat temple and Tha Khaek temple. Walking on a small street on the bank of Khong river 's also a great things to do in the early morning or late afternoon.

Chiang Khan Loei, Thailand

Phu Ruea

Phu Ruea, is a 1365 m high mountain in Loei Province, Thailand. It is located in Phu Ruea District, giving its name to the district. This mountain is part of the Phetchabun Mountains, a massif forming a natural boundary between North Thailand and Isaan. The peak rises 7 km north of Highway 203, between Loei town and Phetchabun and it is a good lookout to view the Mekong and the Hueang River valleys. The name of the mountain comes from the fact that it looks like a boat upside down from certain angles.

The Phu Ruea High Altitude Agricultural Research Station and the Phu Ruea National Park are located in the area around the mountain. The park borders Sainyabuli Province in Laos at its northern end. Most of the mountain is covered in mixed evergreen forest. The area around the mountain is part of the Luang Prabang montane rain forests ecoregion.

Phu Ruea, Thailand

Doi Inthanon

Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand. It is located in Mae Chaem District, Chiang Mai Province. This mountain is an ultra prominent peak and was also known in the past as Doi Luang (meaning big mountain) or Doi Ang Ka, meaning the crow's pond top. Near the mountain's base was a pond where many crows gathered. The name Doi Inthanon was given in honour of the king Inthawichayanon, one of the last kings of Chiang Mai, who was concerned about the forests in the north and tried to preserve them. He ordered that after his death his remains shall be placed at Doi Luang, which was then renamed.

Today, the summit of Doi Inthanon is a popular tourist destination for both foreign and Thai tourists, with a peak of 12,000+ visitors visiting the summit on New Year's Day. In addition to a range of tourist facilities on the summit, there is also a Royal Thai Air Force weather radar antenna on the summit.

Doi Inthanon, Thailand

Doi Mon Jam

Doi Mon jam located on Mong Nong Hoi village far away from Chiang-Mai around 40 minutes. In past People call this area ”Kiew Sear” a and later this area become a part of Royal Project and then become a tourist attraction. Mon Jam is cool all year,foggy in the morning. Hight season is October-February.You  can see many mountains  far far away.

Mountain east side is a viewpoint. it’s  a great view point of project area and you can see foggy sea on  the ill and beautiful nature. The way go to the hill is clay you should go by four Wheel drive. Development center area and area of vegetable winter project such as Artichoke,mint herb,Rosemary and fruit such as strawberry, hydroponic  growing without soil, vegetable salad, tomato etc.

Doi Mon Jam, Thailand

Doi Samer Dao

Doi samer dao, Another point of view point of Si Nan National Park. The square has an area of ​​theridge. Tent was about 20-30, but the latter can be occupied in the morning. If you arrive the afternoon or evening. This area may be full and need to spread the floor,descending down. Perfect for relaxing view of the sunrise and sunset views in the same area. This is called "mountain that stars" can be seen through the lion head is alarge rock that looks like a lion's head. If you walk up the cliff the lion should bedirected to the contact. The team would have lost the wild.

Doi Samer Dao, Thailand

The Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall

The Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall is one of the most popular places in Kanchanaburi. Huai Mae Khamin has been a popular destination for many years, particularly during the rainy season. One of the attractions is the tall limestone walls and dense forest that surround the area. 

Location: The Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall, in the mountainous Khuan Si Nakharin National Park, is located in Amphone Sai Yok and Amphoe Thong Pha Phum in the province of Kanchanaburi. The waterfall itself is located near the National Park Office. 

The Huai Mae Mae Khamin Waterfall : The Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall is a moderate-sized limestone waterfall. It has seven levels. Visitors here feel at peace while watching the clear water fall down the steps of each level. Because this is a limestone waterfall, the area surrounding it is not slippery and doesn’t support algae. The most stunning level is the fourth, called Chat Chat Kaco. To make the area safer for visitors, the park officials erected a path that goes all the way to the top. 

The Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall, Thailand

Hako Town Bangkok

Hako Town is located on Pradit Manutham Road, Soi Yothinpattana in Bangkok and it has a total of 8 restaurants. Hako town is a traditional styled Japanese community blended into contemporary landscape through food and culture. The Japanese cuisine of Hako town is the highlight which shouldn’t be missed with some of the most stunning and outstanding menus that have never been served in Thailand. Eight unique restaurants in Hako town have their own style and are part of an eco-friendly environment. This includes landscape and interior designs that bring the aura of Japan to every visitor. Eight unique restaurants will prepare those exclusive menus and serve them at Hako town where everyone deserves the best at affordable price. The Hako town district boasts an open-air Japanese food pavilion surrounded by outdoor space for Japanese activities and events. So do not miss to Hako town where is a traditional Japanese style, you will love Japan more.

Hako Town Bangkok, Thailand