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Amphawa Floating Market might be the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of Samut Songkhram. But then, this province has so much more to offer when it comes to its riverside charms. Life starts early at Don Manora Floating Market. Untainted local lifestyle is preserved here for this is the real living […]

The artsy feel hit you as soon as you step into Ratchaburi town. Along the Mae Klong River, the mainstream that runs through its center are punctuations of art installations. But Ratchaburi has so much more to offer. From the well preserved grand leather puppetry, religious arts and contemporary ventures that sum up the creative […]

Tracing back into the complex state societies in the Chao Phraya basin and the breezy sub-district of U Thong in Suphan Buri appeared to have had played a significant role. The findings of ancient clay moats that made up for the natural defence of this ancient town was followed by the unearthing of evidence of […]

King Narai the Great designated Lop Buri as the second capital outside the Ayutthaya Kingdom. He built Phra Narai Ratchaniwet in 1666 as an alternative palace for him to relax. This was his favourite palace that portrayed the peak of glory during the Lawo dynasty. Now, this magnificence has been restored with the instalment of […]

Khon – the very exquisite Thai royal performance – is considered the epitome of the country’s utmost performance. Traditional and elaborate in every way, Khon is the special occasion that gathers the country’s highest forms of traditional arts. Whether it is the embroidery, apparel, music, songs, and dances, Khon is Thailand’s national treasure. And every year, […]

The small, charming sub-district of Sapphaya in Chai Nat has a time stands still kind of vibes. As a province along the Chao Phraya River, Chai Nat played a crucial role during the time when Siam’s main commuting routes were rivers and canals. And this riverside sub-district a major portal spot along the way. Now, […]