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Category: Attractions

Three Kings Monument

Three Kings Monument now has become a place of pilgrimage for locals. People often present flowers at the feet of statues, light incense candles, and pray for the Three Kings’ spirits to send them well-being. Before the establishment of Chiang Read More

Monkey Beach

Monkey Beach is close to Ton Sai Bay and is named after the island’s monkeys. If you like to have a close contact with small animals, you must not miss the monkey beach. You can prepare some snacks and feed Read More

Jansom Bay

Jansom Bay is a private beach of Charm Churee Villa Resort. Although the sand of the beach is relatively thick, the surrounding water is clear and indigo. As long as you bury your head in the water, you can see Read More

Wat Suthat

Wat Suthat in Bangkok is an important temple in Thailand. It is also one of the oldest and largest temples in Thailand. The most famous attractions here are the huge swing in front of the temple, and the gorgeous murals Read More

Ko Phi Phi Don

Ko Phi Phi Don is in the Andaman Sea and belongs to Krabi Province, Thailand. It is located about 40 kilometers southeast of Phuket. It is one of the 2 main islands of the Phi Phi Islands and is designated Read More

Lumphini Park

Lumphini Park is the largest park in Bangkok, covering 57.6 hectares. It was built by Rama VI in 1925 and is named after the birthplace of Buddhism in Nepal. The tropical trees in the park are lush, and there are Read More