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"Wiangpapao" is a quiet ,charm, natural beauty town situated in a valley and embraced by mountains.It is unknown tourist destination. Wiangpapao is also an ancient town formerly called "Wiangkalong"and well-known as...
Bang Pakong River originates from the Korat plateau, passing through PrachinBuri, Amphoe Bang Nam Priao and Bang Khla of Chachoengsao, and ending in the Gulf of Thailand at Amphoe Bang Pakong after a distance of 230 kilo...
Bangkok Bike Adventure takes you to a massive green oasis, full of twisted water canal ways, traditional local life, floating markets, ancient temples, peaceful wildlife and much more. We go to a true hidden gem, located...
BenchaSutthiKhongkha is the name given to sacred water used in Oath of Allegiance Ceremonies, held from the reign of King Rama IV to the present. It is said that as King Rama IV was travelling by boat on the river, he ba...
After taking off on boats from SamutSongkram’sAmphoeMueang, the province’s main town, visitors can float along and enjoy scenic views of the province’s riverside lifestyle. Many of the residents have ke...
Boomerang Adventure Park offers outdoor Rock Climbing, 3 Zip Lines, and has Asia's Largest Swing. 100% safety record, and top quality equipment at the site. Also has 1 hour cave trek alongside river. All activities for o...
Perhaps the best known attraction of Kanchanaburi, featured in world’s famous book and film, The Bridge on the River Kwai is part of the infamous Death Railway, spanning over Kwai Yai River, built by the pris...
Bueng Khong Long is an 8,064-rai reservoir with its water origin from Phu Wua and Phu Langka. In 1980, His Majesty the King initiated a project of reservoir for local agriculture, in which two years later it was announce...
This nearly two-kilometer-long beach is the perfect relaxation and picnicking spot for visitors. The natural beach emerges each dry season as the waters of Chi River recede, with the depth of the river at this point neve...
The Pa Sak River, which flows through KaengKhoi district, offers beautiful scenic views of forests and mountains along the river as well as hills and high cliffs, many of them in the shapes of animals. Cruises are often ...