Hidden Gems

If you are planning to go to Chiang Mai, you will sure pass by Lampang Province. Thanks to restaurants, river side bars, Buddhist Temples and Horse-drawn carriages. This province is also home of more than 50 elephants including babies under Thailand Elephant Conservation Centre. Elephant Rides is also popular among foreigner travellers that decided to […]

A land of waterfalls, mountain ranges and rivers, Phetchabun Province also hosts two impressive national parks. The misty heights of Khao Kho National Park provides a forest home for wild elephants, Asian golden cats, mouse deer, porcupines and the gorgeous slow loris. Meanwhile, tigers, leopards, black bears and sun bears live in the equally enticing […]


Nan Province is a remote place bordering Laos. Placed perfectly for anyone who want to take a stop-over before crossing to neighbouring country. Beautiful landscape with rice paddies and fruit forest. But still offer authentic Buddhist temples and riverside bars for you to relax and just hangout. Dominated by eastern Lanna influences, Nan has a […]

If you are looking for best preserve ruins, you should definitely go to Buriram Province. Buriram means city of happiness or peaceful city will give you a trip back in time upon visiting Ancient Khmer ruins at Phanom Rung, consider as most spectacular Angkor monument in the whole country. The trip to see these ruins […]

Loei Province is located at the border of Laos with a great view of Mekong River at the upper side of the province. Spectacular mountains and National Parks are the gift from this place for mountain trekkers and bikers. Phi Ta Khon is also the most awaited event of both local and foreign tourist between […]

Samut Songkhram province is one of the hidden gems of Thailand that is ideal for tourist who doesn’t want to go too far from Bangkok. Just an hour or so you will come across and most bizarre market in Thailand. Maeklong Railway Market is viral in famous due to the unusual setup of the shops […]

Also not far from Bangkok is Ratchaburi Province which is known for the famous Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Souvenirs, local street foods, noodles, and fruits were commonly sold either on Paddling boats or side of the river. Muay Thai martial arts demonstration is also located in the area as well as the nearby Rose garden […]

Located at the eastern most part of the country, Trat Province is best famed for the Koh Chang islands with preserved white-sand beaches and coral reefs to discover. With 52 islands, you will have an endless adventure that will make sure be on your top list to-go to in Thailand. It is also home to […]

Often called as waterfall heaven, Chantaburi province is place blessed with natural pools, river, waterfalls, and rainforest slopes. Great for thrill seekers that prefer hiking and discovering these majestic waters. Aside from pagoda and Buddhist temples, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception welcoming the catholic settlers influenced by the French and Vietnamese during the 19th […]

Underrated Trang is home to numerous offshore islands, clear water beaches, mountains and national parks. World-class dive sites and seaside caves is also located throughout the province. Friendly dugongs are a common settlers of this conserved sea area. Very few people visit this province which is perfect for visitors that want to have a peaceful […]

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