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06 February 2010
Longtail boats on Ko Phi Phi Ko Phi Phi Don Thailand Asia

There are a lot of good day trips from Phi Phi Don and most tourists take a long tail boat trip to Ko Phi Phi's smaller island, Phi Phi Leh which is famous for its Viking Cave, stunning lagoons and world known Maya Bay.

Today Maya Bay has turned into a popular tourist spot and its hard to find a stretch of beach where you can enjoy this bay in silence. The bay is packed with speed...

Asia » Thailand » Ayutthaya
06 February 2010
Little house on the other side  Ayutthaya Thailand Asia

If you want to visit both Kanchanaburi and Ayutthaya but start your Thailand trip in Bangkok, the best way would be to head to Kanchanaburi first and then take a bus to Ayutthaya. From Kanchanaburi you can only get to Ayutthaya by bus because there is no train connection. In the end it actually is a really great experience and you get to see a lot of the rural Thai scenery.

The bus...

06 February 2010
Gate to the Chinese Temple, Kanchanaburi Kanchanaburi Thailand Asia

Kanchanaburi has a lot of things to see and the best way to explore this town is by packing some drinking water and a map and just walk through the different parts of the centre.

You will see a lot of historic was sights along Sangchuto Rd like the Japanese cemetery and the monuments dedicated to the fallen soldiers during WWII. Passing the Thawornwararam Cemetary on Thawomitee Rd...

03 February 2010
The Railway close to the temple Kanchanaburi Thailand Asia

Kanchanaburi is a popular place for touristis who want to go trekking and see a bit more of the rural Thai landscape. Kanchanaburi offers a great deal of sightseeing and played an important role in the Japanese occupation of Thailand during WWII.

During this period the world famous Thailand-Burma railway, now known as the Death Railway, was initiated. During the construction of...

Asia » Thailand » Chiang Mai
03 February 2010
Wat Lam Chang in Chiang Mai Chiang Mai Thailand Asia

The temples of Wat Lam Chang and Wat Ban Ping are both located right of Tha Ratchapnakhinai in the eastern part of the old city of Chiang Mai.

These temples might be smaller but have a strong historical value to the city of Chiang Mai. Wat Lam Chang was constructed in the period of King Phaya Mung Rai and is located in an area of the old city where the elephants who once used to transport the king were held. After the contruction of Chiang Mai this wooden area used as a feeding ground for the elephants was turned into a sacred temple ground.

If you take a look around Wat Lam Chang...

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