Chiang Mai is Thailand’s second-largest city and the capital its homonyms province. It’s located in the Ping River valley, a mountainous area, about 700 km away from Bangkok. It comprises more than 300 temples, almost as much as those that can be found in the capital. Given the vast amount of . . .
One of Bangkok’s most fascinating places is its Grand Palace (hereafter referred to as Palace). It’s located on the bank of the Chao Phraya River, an area where some people used to live before being moved to what is currently Chinatown. Throughout 150 years, the palace was the residence of the Thai . . .
Bangkok is Thailand’s capital and one of the world’s most stunning cities. It’s located on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River (which means River of Kings). This river spreads itself through the city and flows into the Gulf of Thailand.The name Thai people actually don’t recognize the city . . .
Ayutthaya can be found about 80 km north of Bangkok, Thailand’s capital. This historic city has been considered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1991. First, we can address this site’s history, one that started when, many centuries ago, Thai people migrated to south from China. After the . . .
The Phi Phi Islands are some of the most well-known in Thailand and in the whole world. This place has increased its relevance, since the time when the movie ‘The Beach’ was shot there, with Leonardo DiCaprio in the main role. It is a tourist destination, but when avoiding the crowds, we can . . .