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The odd blend of roses kick boxing and thai culture at sampran riverside


What would roses have to do with kick boxing when they are on opposite sides of the spectrum? Bangkok is famous for the unusual; therefore it is not unusual to … Continue reading

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Like moths to light at the night markets of Bangkok


It is a consumer’s market in Thailand, and none more obvious than in Bangkok City. Shopping seems to be a favourite past time not only among the Thais but apparently even tourists … Continue reading

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Pirate Cruise in Pattaya


Admirallica is the largest and most comfortable cruise vessel in Pattaya! Introducing Admirallica, this grand pirate ship is now available in Pattaya for day trip excursions. The mighty galleon offers … Continue reading

June 29, 2015 · Leave a comment

TEDDY BEAR INVASION IN PATTAYA!


Somewhere in our childhood, some of us had a teddy bear or two. If you love teddy bears and want to see one of the largest collection of these lovable … Continue reading

June 18, 2015 · Leave a comment

PATTAYA DISCOVERY


Originally posted on ThaiTourismGuide:
The province of Chonburi is located just a mere 45 minute drive from Bangkok City and the most famous place in Chonburi is Pattaya seconded by…

June 16, 2015 · Leave a comment

An elephant playground with Crocodile Dundee in Ratchaburi


Originally posted on ThaiTourismGuide:
This particularly famous attraction is not located in the province of Ratchaburi but rather in Nakhon Pathom which is a province just next door to Ratchaburi and…

June 16, 2015 · Leave a comment

PHUKET RESSURECTION


Originally posted on ThaiTourismGuide:
The tragedy of 2004 will not be forgotten in the minds of many but eight years later there are hardly any signs of reminder in the…

June 15, 2015 · Leave a comment

Phuket Fantasea vs Simon Cabaret


Originally posted on ThaiTourismGuide:
Much as we would like to make a direct comparison between the two venues on Phuket Island it would be very much like comparing an apple…

June 15, 2015 · Leave a comment

AN OCEAN IN THE HEART OF BANGKOK AT SEE LIFE BANGKOK OCEAN WORLD


Originally posted on ThaiTourismGuide:
Most large cities and Bangkok not being the exception is host to one of the largest indoor oceans in a thriving city scape.  at the lowest…

June 13, 2015 · Leave a comment

REVIEWING THE SEARCH FOR A TASTE OF THE ANCIENT CITY ON THE BANGKOK TO AYUTTHAYA WORLD HERITAGE TOUR


Originally posted on ThaiTourismGuide:
The Kingdom of Thailand is rich with historical sites and traditions which makes it one of the most diverse countries to visit where history and modernization…

June 12, 2015 · Leave a comment

The Exotic Experience Of A Floating Market In Thailand


Originally posted on ThaiTourismGuide:
The other name for Thailand is “Venice of the East. ” Aptly named, the topography of Bangkok City and Thailand in general will reveal many waterways,…

June 12, 2015 · Leave a comment

SUMMER IN ANCIENT CITY


The weather in Bangkok is good this time of year and makes visiting an outdoor iconic site one of the best activity for any visitor to Thailand! This tour is … Continue reading

June 12, 2015 · Leave a comment
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