Things to do in Thailand that you don’t miss!


Thailand – Country in Southeast Asia

What’s famous in Thailand?


Things those are famous in Thailand. Temples and Buddha with the delicate architecture,

Royal Palace and the beach with beautiful sea and sand, there are many interesting

attractions and the important thing is the delicious Thai food.


Bangkok is the capital and all the tourist attractions are Wat Phra Kaew.

Next to Bangkok to the east is Pattaya Beach, and the west is Cha-am and Hua Hin.

In the South of Thailand has beautiful scuba diving sites and the island has the perfect

beach to relax. Offshore Islands include Phi-Phi islands, Ko Pha-Ngan, Phuket, Ko Tao, Ko

Sa-Mui, etc.

If you want to explore nature, mountains, and traditional tribes. Travel to the north of


( Here are some famous places in Thailand )

Buddhist Temple…click






-South of Thailand-



Ko Phi-Phi (Phi-Phi islands)…click


Ko Samui…click


Ko Pa-Ngan (Full Moon Party)


Ko Tao


-North of Thailand-



Pai in Mae Hong Son




-Thai Food-

Pad Thai


Tom Yum Kung


Pad Krapaw



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Sri Panwa – Phuket Luxury Pool Villa Hotel

Sri Panwa-6 stars Hotel in Phuket

5 bedroom, Residence Villa Ocean View

Top 10 luxury hotel Thailand offer 5 bedroom residence villa is well suited to a family group or friends. The Villa, complete with a master bedroom, four guest bedrooms and a large infinity pool, reflect the Tropical Contemporary style Sri Panwa embodies.

Offering 2000 sq.m.of incomparable space, the villa also features two private kitchens, spacious indoor and outdoor living areas, an outdoor bathing area with a separate rain shower, an outdoor sala and a state of the art BOSE surround sound entertainment system. The master bedroom commands panoramic 300 degree views of the ocean.




Details : 10 people, 5 king bed, 2000 sq.m. / 21,528 sq.f.

Room Rate : $5,800++ to $7400++ (low season / peak season)

2 bedroom, Family Suite Garden View

For luxurious and stylish living under one roof, Two Bedroom Family Suite Garden View, about 350 size, feature two bedrooms on one level separated by an open air spacious living area complete with a kitchen, dining space, expansive sofa bed, loungers and an infinity pool with a jet stream jacuzzi system.

Two large master bedrooms dressed with the finest linens await indoors, along with a bathing area with a separate outdoor rain shower and a state of the art BOSE entertainment system.


Details : 4 people, 2 king bed, 350 sq.m. / 3,767 sq.f.

Room Rate : $1,260++ to $4,700++ (low season / peak season)


Sri panwa, Phuket 88 moo 8,
Sakdidej Road, Vichit, Muang,
Phuket 83000, Thailand

Tel:+66 7637 1000

Phi Phi Island

Phi Phi island

Phi Phi is a group of islands. The two mains islands are “Phi Phi Don” and “Phi Phi Leh”.

Phi Phi Don islands



The highlight of the island is the beautiful twin bay of “Ton Sai Bay” and “Loh Dalat Bay”.

Koh Phi Phi Don is home to several dozen seafood restaurants, and even more reggae bar and coffee shops, but no motorcars.

Phi Phi Leh islands


The island is full of limestone mountains. The steep cliffs are almost perpendicular to the sea surface around the island. The island has beautiful coves, such as “Aile Bay”, “Maya Bay”, “Loh Samah Bay”


Aile Bay



Maya Bay



Loh Samah Bay


Northeast of Phi Phi Leh also has a “Viking Cave” where villagers gather swiftlet nests on this island.


Traveling to the Phi Phi Islands.

Traveling to the Phi Phi Islands Travelers can travel from both Phuket and Krabi. In Krabi, there are daily boat trips to Phi Phi Island. Tourists can take the boat at Jilan Pier. Krabi Town There are 4 ferries from Jilan Pier – Koh Phi Phi,

9am, 10:30 am, 1:30 pm and 3:00 pm (Friday is around 4pm, 1 more time).And 4 rounds from Phi Phi Island to Jilan Pier, 09.00 am, 10.30 am, 1.30 pm and 3.30 pm, each round takes about 1.30 hours.

Songkran – Thailand holidays

Thailand tradition

Songkran Festival 13-15 April Every Year

Songkran is a tradition in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar. In the past, Songkran is a tradition of family and neighbors. But at this time it became a tradition of society. In April, Thailand has the hottest weather in the year, resulting in the Songkran festival. Use water as a symbol to solve the heat and blessings of relatives.


Currently, there is a tourism promotion that “Water Festival” or “Songkran Festival” starts on April 13-15 every year. At present, there is a press conference that the water festival starts on April 13-15 every year so many tourists come to Songkran festival.

People celebrating the Songkran New Year Festival in Bangkok, Thailand.


Songkran Festival is held throughout the country and major provinces will organize the huge event for the Songkran Festival, Such as Bangkok, Chaing Mai, Khon Kaen, Hat Yai but In other places that you walk everywhere, you are wet as well. This Festival has a water fight all day and all night.

For those who want to go to Songkran in Thailand. I still do not know where to go. Today I will recommend a cool place and you don’t miss!

Recommended !!!

Amazing and have fun places that are organized for splash water.


Songkran Festival

All Day All Night In Bangkok

@ Khao San Road




@ Silom Road

Located at BTS and MRT Silom Station



@ Siam Square

You can go to Siam Square by BTS, It’s located at Siam BTS Station


@ Courtyard in front of “Central World”

Location : Siam BTS Station, It’s at the opposite of Siam Square and next to Siam Paragon.



Songkran Festival, Bangkok (All Night)


RCA Location


@ DND Ekkamai


DND Club Location

Sukumwit Road, Soi Sukumwit 63, Ekkamai 5/1


Where do you want to go? You may already choose some choice.

Okay! Let’s SPLASH!!!

5-star Hotel in Bangkok

Click>>> Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

The Royal Suite

($7,500++ per night)

The Royal Suite has an area 330 SQM space and a huge outdoor terrace

measuring 120 SQM.


-The First Bedroom-


-The Second Bedroom-


-The Bathroom-


-The Terrace-


-The Dining Room-


-The Living Room-

The Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is located in the center of Bangkok, next to The Siam Paragon Shopping Center. Amenities include a swimming pool, spa and fitness.

The Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok-Location>>>Click


Click>>> Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

The Royal Suite

($7,120++ per night)

The Royal Suite in 326 SQM has a King bed. There is the river, garden and pool view.


The Bedroom


The Bathroom


The Living Room

3 The Dining Room

The Mandarin Oriental is located at : 48 Oriental Ave, Khwaeng Bang Rak, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand

The Mandarin Oriental-Location>>>Click


Click>>>The Peninsula Bangkok

The Grand Terrace Suite

($2,500++ per night)


The Master Bedroom


The Bathroom


The Living Room


The Dining Room

The Grand Terrace Suite has 2 bedrooms, The master and The guest room. There are super king size bed and 2 queen size beds. The Grand Terrace Suite has an area 240 SQM and located on the 36th floor.

The Peninsula Bangkok address : 333 Charoennakorn Road, Klongsan, Bangkok 10600, Thailand



Bangkok to Phuket


From Bangkok to Phuket


By Airplane

Donmueang Airport – Phuket Airport (1 hour 25 minutes)

1.Thai Air Asia

2.Thai Lion Air

3.Nok Air

Suvarnabhumi Airport – Phuket Airport (1 hour 25 minutes)

1.Thai Airways

2.Bangkok Airways

3.Thai smile airways

Suvarnabhumi Airport – Phuket Airport (1 hour 30 minutes)

1.Thai Vietjet Air

2.Vietjet Air



By Bus

Southern Bus Terminal (Talingchan) – Phuket Bus Terminal 2 (12 hours)



By Train + Bus (12 hours)

Hua Lampong Station to Surat Thani (8 hours)+Bus (5 hours)

If you want to travel by train, the first thing you should know is that there are no Phuket stations. So you should go to Surat Thani Station and take the bus to Phuket. From Bangkok to Surat Thani about 8 hours then take the bus to Phuket about 5 hours.

The advantage is that you can buy train and bus tickets at the same time, then just travel to Phuket.

Bangkok, Luxury Night Out

Luxury Night Out in Bangkok


GRAND HYATT Erawan Bangkok


Located on the Hotel Lower Lobby

*Entertainment tax is added after 10pm*

Contact Tel : +6622546250
Every Monday – Saturday
from 10:00 pm – 2:00 am

Every Sunday DJ
from 10:00 pm – 2:00 am


Novotel Fenix Silom


Underground of Hotel Bangkok Fenix Silom

Contact Tel : +66917722144


Sunday gay night (Good vibe)@MAGGIE CHOO’S


The Aloft Hotel



6th Floor of the Aloft Hotel, Sukhumvit Soi 11

Contact Tel : +66823083246


Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit Asoke Hotel


On the 6th floor of Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit

Contact Tel : +66621715299

Koh Samui, The Paradise Islands


Koh Samui is the most famous and well known of Thai and foreigner. there is a charm to attract many people come to visit.

Koh Samui is the second largest Islands in Thailand. The largest is Phuket. There is also preserves the beauty of nature with full facilities. Especially, The airport is its own that can be support for many tourists. Koh Samui is very convenient to travel, there are minibusses, cars and motorbikes for rent and taxi.

If you like to snorkel. There are also coral reefs around Koh Samui. There are abundant coral reefs in the south of the island. The famous snorkeling area of Koh Samui.


The Attractions at Koh Samui

Chaweng Beach


Chaweng is actually the island’s nightlife capital, with bars, pubs, dance clubs and girly bars. Chaweng Beach itself offers plenty of space to stretch out on the sand, although it can get crowded at times due to the beach’s popularity. For those who enjoy beach activities, there is much on offer in the way of jet skiing, water skiing, windsurfing, banana boat riding and more. The beach is 7 km long with powdery white sand, bordered by azure waters. Waves break at a coral reef, leaving the bay itself quite peaceful.

Grandpa Grandma Rocks


Storied natural rock formations are known for bearing a resemblance to male & female genitalia.

Wat Phra Yai


Big Buddha statue decorated with gold and yellow tiles. Walk up the ladder to the top. 60 steps to see Kho Phangan. And surrounding scenery

Lad Koh view point

view point


Bangkok to Koh Samui



Bangkok to Koh Samui

by Airplane : only Bangkok Airways Direct flight to Koh Samui about 1 hour 15 minutes.

by Bus : at Southern Bus Terminal (Talingchan) Direct to Ferry pier about 15 hours.

by Train : From Hua Lamphong Station to Suratthanee Station and Then take the bus to the Ferry pier to Koh Samui all about 17 hours.

From Donsak pier to Koh Samui

by Ferry Samui


From: Donsak Pier to Koh Samui (Lipa Noi Pier) About 1.30 hour

From Donsak Pier to Koh Samui (Na Tron) About 1.30 hour

Depart time: every hour, first round until 5AM – 7PM

Price $4-$6 (different by schedule)

by Seatran Ferry


From Donsak Pier to Koh Samui (Na Tron) About 1.30 hour

Depart time: every hour, first round until 5AM – 7PM

Price about $4.5

by Raja Ferry Port


Call Center 02 2768211-2 and 092 247 3423-5

From Donsak Pier to Koh Samui About 1.20 hour

Depart time: every hour, first round until 5AM – 7PM

Price about $4

The time period and Koh Samui weather>>>CLICK

Koh Samui’s Article>>>CLICK