Yala Tourist Attractions: 10 Top Places to Visit
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Top Places to visit in Yala:
Piyamit Tunnels, World's Largest Mailbox, Talay Mok Aiyoeweng, Winter Flower Garden, Betong Hot Springs, Betong Clock Tower, Betong Mongkollit Tunnel, Yala Central Mosque, Suan Khwan Mueang Park, Bang Lang Dam
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Pattani Tourist Attractions: 6 Top Places to Visit
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Top Places to visit in Pattani:
Lim Ko Niao Shrine, Krue Sae Mosque, Pattani Provincial Central Mosque, City Pillar Shrine, Namtok Sai Khao National Park, Pattani Adventure Park
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Trang Tourist Attractions: 14 Top Places to Visit
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Top Places to visit in Trang:
Morakot Cave (Emerald Cave), Thung Khai Botanic Garden, Pak Meng Beach, Chan Chala Night Market, Rajamangala Aquarium Trang, Trang Andaman Gateway, Sunset Beach, Koh Sukorn Island, Phraya Ratsadanupradit Mahison Phakdi Museum, Farang Beach, Hat Chao Mai National Park, Wat Phu Khao Thong, Yong Ling Beach, Kantang Hot Spring
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Satun Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
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Top Places to visit in Satun:
Sunrise Beach, Ko Lipe, Sanom Beach, Pattaya Beach, Sunset Beach, Tarutao National Park, Ko Bulon Le, Koh Adang, Phu Pha Phet Caves, Koh Hin Ngam, Koh Khai Island, Pakbara Pier, Wang Sai Thong Waterfall, Tammalang Pier, Mu Ko Phetra National Park
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Best place to visit in thailand by tech travel guide
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Located in Southeast Asia, Thailand covers a total area of approximately 513,000 square kilometers (198,000 square miles) and is the 50th largest country in the world and the 12th largest in Asia!
The north of the country borders Myanmar and Laos. The northernmost point is Amphoe Mae Sai, Chiang Rai Province, with tourist attractions like Mae Sai Market, Golden Triangle, Wat Phra That Doi Wao, and Wat Thampla (locally known as Money Temple).
The south of the country is next to Malaysia and the Gulf of Thailand. The southernmost point is Amphoe Betong, Yala Province, which contains tourist attractions like La-ong Rung Waterfall (Rainbow Waterfall), Chaloem Phrakiat Waterfall (I-yer Khem Waterfall), Bala-Hala Forest, the sea of fog at Microwave Mountain, and Betong Hot Spring.
The east of the country borders Cambodia and Laos. The easternmost point is Amphoe Si Mueang Mai, Ubon Ratchathani Province, with tourist attractions like Sai Rung Waterfall (Rainbow Waterfall), Kaeng Chu Kan, and Hin Huai Soob Stone Yard.
The west of the country is next to Myanmar and the Andaman Sea. The westernmost point is Amphoe Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son Province, with tourist attractions like Wat Phra That Chom Thong, Wat Phra That Chom Chaeng, Wat Phra That Chom Kitti, Salawin National Park, Bua Tong Field at Doi Mae Ho, and Mae Sawan Noi Waterfall.
Thailand is divided into six regions: North, Northeast, Central, South, East, and West.
The North is the country’s highlands. Vast mountain ranges dominate the landscape and are the source of many rivers. Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s tallest peak, is famous among tourists during the cool season for the Mae Kha Ning (frost flower) phenomenon as well as a sea of fog, nature trails, waterfalls, and botanical scenes.
The Northeast features some of the beautiful northern highlands but also gorgeous plateaus. Hom Mali Rice (Thai Jasmine Rice) is grown here and exported all over the world. The Mekong River is a very prominent river that runs through the area. Popular places along the Mekong River include Amphoe Chiang Khan of Loei Province, Tha Sadet Market in Nong Khai Province, Indochina Market in Mukdahan Province, and Sam Pan Bok Grand Canyon in Ubon Ratchathani Province.
Central Thailand is mainly plains and is a huge area of rice farming and agriculture. The Chao Phraya River is very important to Thailand’s history. Interesting places to visit are ancient historical temples, Bang Pa-in Royal Palace and Bang Sai Royal Folk Arts and Crafts Center in Ayutthaya Province, and Koh Kret in Nonthaburi Province. And if you like shopping, there are plenty of local markets in Bangkok for you to explore such as Wang Lang Market, Tha Phra Chan Market, Saphan Phut (Memorial Bridge) Night Market, and Asiatique Night Market. There are also Chao Phraya boat tours from Bangkok to Ayutthaya every day.
The South contains many beautiful beaches and islands in the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea. Well-known tourist destinations are Phuket Province, Koh Samui, Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lipe, and Koh Tao.
Eastern Thailand is half mountain, half ocean. Although there aren’t many provinces here, it still has a lot of amazing sights and stunning locations to visit just like the rest of Thailand such as Koh Samed, Koh Chang, Koh Mak, Koh Lan, Koh Si Chang, Bang Saen Beach, Pattaya, Jomtien Beach, Laem Mae Phim Beach, and Mae Ram Phueng Beach.
The West is mountainous with many woodlands, waterfalls, and dams, which is why there are a number of national parks in the area. Due to its geographical variation, there is a lot of incredible Thai nature to see in this western region. Tourist attractions include Thong Pha Phum National Park, Srinakharin Dam, Vajiralongkorn Dam, Sai Yok Noi Waterfall, Sai Yok Yai Waterfall, Erawan Waterfall, Mon Bridge, Mueang Sing Historical Park, Three Pagodas Pass, Wat Wang Wiwekaram, Underwater City, The Bridge of the River Kwai, Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, and World War II Museum and Art Gallery.
Thailand has three seasons: wet, cool, and hot. Depending on where and when you travel Thailand, it is always good to check the weather before visiting as some areas are better in certain seasons.
Best Things To Do in Phetchaburi, Thailand
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List of Best Things to do in Phetchaburi
Tham Khao Luang Cave
Khao Wang (Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park)
Wat Mahathat Worawihan
Phra Ram Ratchaniwet
Wat Kamphaeng Laeng
Wat Yai Suwannaram
Kaeng Krachan National Park
Wat Maha That Worawiharn
Exploring Isan - Sisaket - A terrific Temple and a Totemic Tree
Our Isan adventure takes us to Sisaket, where we clamber up an extraordinary multistory Temple that also serves as a Tribal Museum.
Ocean clouds, Thailand
☁ Phu Thap Boek is a high mountain at 1,768 meters above sea level. There is abundant natural and fresh air all year. In the morning, fog and clouds is cover all the top of mountain. Moreover, there are many cabbage farms along the foothills. The mountain in this area are raised from the orogeny of the land in the past, so it changed the area at Phetchabun Province from flat plate to became a Sand-Rock mountain. The east and south are the contact areas with Lom Sak district and Khao Kho district. In the north and west are adjacent to Loei Province. During the day, you can see the area below of Lom Kao district and Lom Sak district. At night time, you will see many stars in the sky because the peak is flat.
Phuket Attractions - Kok Chang Safari
Kok Chang Safari is one of the most unforgettable experiences that you can have! Located in the forest of Phuket between the Rawai and Kata Beach, the Elephant Safari offered here is one of Thailand's oldest. The Elephant trek is an absolute amazing experience and is highly recommended to anyone headed to Phuket.
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Sri Lanka Tourism & Vacations 2017 4K
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Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon, is in Southern Asia. It is an island country in the Indian Ocean, south of India.
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Please be aware that tourist seasons in different locations of Sri Lanka vary with the monsoon rains.To get into many of the tourist sites in Sri Lanka, you, as a foreigner will be charged up to x10 more than locals. But still those charges are not so high relative to USD. For members of SAARC countries, the price is less than/half for foreigners.
Go to Kandy to see the Sri Dhalada Maligawa and Peradeniya Botanical Gardens. Also don't miss out on the traditional Sri Lanka dance performance held every day at 17:00 in the city hall.
Go to Matale and climb the Sigiriya or Pidurangala Rock, see the ancient frescoes and enjoy a panoramic view of the area.
Go to Raththota, Matale and climb Riverstone, see the Mini Worlds' End and directly travel to Wasgamuwa.
Go to Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa to see ancient temples, ruins which are very beautiful.
Go to Nuwara Eliya to see beautiful villages which look like England. There are many tea estates and Hakgala botanical gardens too.
Go to Unawatuna, Galle, Trincomalee (Nilaweli Beach), Pasikuda and north areas to see extremely beautiful beaches.
Go to Mirissa and Kalpitiya and watch whales and dolphins with privately operated boat tours.
Go to Jaffna to see the Portuguese built Fort (1618) it was later expanded by the Dutch (1795), Nallur Temple, Keerimalai natural fresh water pond just 10 feet from the sea and the islands in the Northern Province (Delft, Kayts, Leyden, Middlburg and many more) to see unexplored Sri Lanka.
Go to Yala National Park , Wilpattu , Wasgamuwa for the best wildlife Safari experience. Udawalawe to see elephants and Kumana (Yala East) for birdwatching.
Go to Kithulgala for white water rafting in the Keliniya River.
Go to Dehiwala Zoo. Located in the Colombo district. It will take nearly 8 - 10 hours to view all the animals, Aquarium, butterfly park, elephant Show, sea lion show and the snake farm. You have to purchase entrance ticket. Also has to pay for your camera/video.Ticket prices may vary for foreigners and SARC citizens from the locals. When you get in side the compound follow the guide number posted there, starting 1 and it is nearly 60 routes there. 176 route bus pass this place or on the Galle road, get down at the Dehiwala junction. Agree for LKR100 and Jump in a Trishaw to get in front of the entrance (10 Km from Colombo Fort). It is strictly prohibited to take polythene bags with you. Good restaurant available inside the compound. Sundays are crowded day specially on school holidays there may be around 5,000 visitors in a day.
Go to Galle Face Terrace. It is located next to Colombo center and next to the old parliament complex on the Galle road near to the sea. It is a place for locals to gather to spend their evening. At the end of the terrace is 150 years old Galle face hotel. In the morning it is a place for walking and jogging. (0.18Km). In the evening it is a place for to see the fantastic sun setting with different colors. Street vendors sale local food, Coca Cola, Pepsi and mineral water. During season you can view different kinds of kites being flown over there. Also you can purchase one of them and can fly it. There is a viewing stage built in to the ocean you can walk up to the guard railing at the end. Also there is a flag post and in the sun rising and setting time you can watch colorful flag ceremony by the armed force. t is a nice place to capture different kinds of images.
Go to Independence square arcade, Colombo. Fine dining, entertainment and shopping for International brands.
Go to Floating market at the Bastian Mawatha (Close to Fort Railway Station), for local products shopping and dining on a floating restaurant.
Surfing from November to April you can surf in the western and southern coast. Best place for the beginners is Weligama and Hikkaduwa on the southern coast. You can rent a board for LKR1500 per day or LKR400 per hour. Lessons cost LKR2500 for 1h, but bargain.
Kitesurfing from April to September and from December to March you can kitesurf eastern coast. Best place for the beginners is Kalpitiya (Sethawadi and Kappaladi lagoons), where you can find kite schools: Wind4Love KiteSurfing center Sri Lanka and best conditions in Asia.
Diving Scuba Diving can be carried out in Sri Lanka's South coast from Nov - April and April till October in the East coast.There are many diving stations and schools that offer equipment hire and lessons. Divers can explore many sites with ship wrecks, marine life, coral garden and caves.
Hot air ballooning Hot air ballooning is available in the Dambulla area. It is seasonal one. Sri-Lankan-certified pilots operates them during the morning time.