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Thailand Recovery Promotion

Tour code:OM/TH/CT/019
Country:Thailand
City:Bangkok
Holiday Types:Classic Tours
Duration:5D4N

For more information:http://www.asiatravel.co.th/tours-detail/176/224/Thailand-Recovery-Promotion-html

Overview

Day 1 : Arrive at Bangkok (No Meal)
Day 2 : Bangkok - Phuket (Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner)
Day 3 : Koh Phi Phi Full Day Tour by Speed Boat (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)
Day 4 : James Bond Island Full Day Tour by Long Tail Boat (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
Day 5 : Phuket - Departure (Breakfast)

MYSTICAL OVERLAND THAILAND


Tour code:OM/TH/CT/010
Country:Thailand
City:Bangkok
Holiday Types:Classic
ToursDuration:9D8N

For more information:http://www.asiatravel.co.th/tours-detail/176/213/MYSTICAL-OVERLAND-THAILAND-html


Overview
Day 1 : BANGKOK (-/-/D)
Day 2 : BANGKOK FULL DAY TOUR (B/L/D)
Day 3 : BANGKOK – PHITSANLUK (B/L/D)
Day 4 : PHITSANLUK – LAMPANG (B/L/D)
Day 5 : LAMPANG – PHAYAO – GOLDEN TRIANGLE (B/L/D)
Day 6 : CHIANG SAEN – DOI MAE SALONG – MAE SAI – CHIANG SAEN (B/L/D)
Day 7 : CHIANG SAEN – CHANG MAI (B/L/D)
Day 8 : CHIANG MAI (B/L/D)
Day 9 : CHIANG MAI - BANGKOK (B/-/-)

5Days 4Nights Bangkok & Chiang Mai Tours

Many lowland Thais regard Chiang Mai as being something of a national Shangri-la.
The province has a reputation for beautiful women, distinctive festivals, historic temples,
scenic beauty, temperate fruits such as apples peaches and strawberries, and a cool season climate.

Tour code:OM/TH/CT/006
Country:Thailand
City:Chiang Mai
Holiday Types:Classic Tours
Duration:5D4N

For More Information :http://asiatravel.co.th/tours-detail/176/209/5Days-4Nights-Bangkok-&-Chiang-Mai-Tours--html

Overview
DAY1: Bangkok Airport-Hotel
DAY2: Bangkok: (B/L) ---> ( Wat Trimit , Wat Po , Grand Palace )
DAY3: Bangkok - Chiang Mai:(B/L)*The domestic flight is EXCLUDED in this package*---> ( Doi Suthep , Pui National Park )
DAY4: Chiang Mai: (B/L) ---> ( Mae Sa Elephant Camp , Orchid Farm )
DAY5: Chiang Mai Departure: (B)*The domestic flight is EXCLUDED in this package*

4D3N Ultimate Honeymoon @ Koh Samui

Tour code:OM/TH/HM/006
Country:Thailand
City:Samui
Holiday Types:Honeymoon
Duration:4D3N

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Overview
Travel Itinerary
Day 1 : Arrive at Koh Samui (-/-/-)
Day 2 : Koh Samui Excursion Tour ( B/L/-)
Day 3 : Leisure Day with Candle Light Dinner (B/-/D)
Day 4 : Koh Samui Departure (B/-/-)

KOH LIPE { Satun Province }

Ko Lipe (Thai: เกาะหลีเป๊ะ) is a small island in the Adang-Rawi Archipelago of the Andaman Sea, in the Satun Province of southwest Thailand, close to Malaysian border. The Thai name is transliterated in many different ways into English. The most common names are Koh Lipe, Koh Lipeh, Ko Lipey and Ko Lipe. Ko Lipe is on the border of the Tarutao National Marine Park and is directly south of the larger islands Ko Adang and Ko Rawi, and about 50 km from the island of Ko Tarutao. It was originally settled by a group of sea gypsies (Chao Leh in Thai), originally from Malaysia, known as the Urak Lawoi’ people.

In high season (November to May) there are several locations from which you can take a ferry or speedboat to Koh Lipe, including: Pak Bara, Langkawi, Phi Phi, Ko Lanta, and Trang. In low season (May to October) the only way to get to Koh Lipe is by speedboat from Pak Bara at around 11:30hrs.

From Langkawi, Malaysia there are two speedboats per day (from November until May). These boats dock at the south end of Pattaya Beach. Other ferries are met by longtail boats offering transfers to anywhere on Koh Lipe.

WAT NA PHRA MEN { Ayutthaya Tourist Attraction }

Wat Na Phra Men or the “Monastery in Front of the Funeral Pyre” sometimes
called Wat Na Phra Meru is located off the city island in the northern area of Ayutthaya in Tha Wasukri sub-district. The temple is located along Khlong Sra Bua and the north bank of the Khlong Mueang just opposite the ancient Grand Palace. It was registered as a National Historic Site with the Fine Arts Department on 25 February 1935.

History
The temple was constructed during the reign of King Ramathibodi II (r. 1491-1529), the 10th king of the Ayutthaya Suphannaphum/Suphanburi dynasty in 1503 and received the name Wat Phra Meru Rachikaram. [1] Wat Phra Meru occupied a prominent place in front of the Royal Palace. As its name indicates, it must have been established at a Royal cremation area.King Chakkraphat (r. 1548-1569) captured a lot of white elephants during his reign and this news crossed the borders quickly. The King of Burma requested again to obtain two animals, a request which was turned down by Siam. In 1563 (1), the King of Burma, Bayinnaung (r.1551-1581), came down with a large army in order to enforce his request. He captured all the cities in the north and descended on Ayutthaya. King Chakkraphat saw that the Burmese army largely outnumbered his and decided to resolve the issue through parleys. He ordered to erect a royal building with two thrones, equal in height in the area between the Phra Meru Rachikaram Monastery and the Hatdawat Monastery. Then he had a jeweled-adorned throne prepared higher than the royal thrones, and had a Buddha image to preside over the meeting. The terms imposed by the
King of Burma were onerous. Prince Ramesuen, Phya Chakri and Phya Sunthorn
Songkhram, the leaders of the war party, were to be delivered up as hostages, an annual tribute of thirty elephants and three hundred catties of silver was to be sent to Burma, and the Burmese were to be granted the right to collect and retain the customs duties of the port of Mergui - then the chief emporium of foreign trade. In addition to this, four white elephants were to be handed over, instead of the two originally demanded. King Chakkraphat had no choice than deliver up to keep a truce. All Siamese prisoners were released and the Burmese army returned.

In 1760, the Burmese King Aloungphaya (r.1752-1760) invaded Ayutthaya. On the first day of the waxing moon of the sixth month in the morning of the year 1760, the Burmese positioned their guns again at Wat Phra Men (translated by Cushman as the Holy Funeral Monuments) and at the Monastery of the Elephant Landing. They started firing on the Grand Palace during the day and the night and were even able to hit and destroy the spire of the palace. The next day, the Burmese withdrew north to Ava, along the Chao Phraya River. The king of Burma died before reaching the border at Mokalok in Tak province. Following some versions of the Royal Chronicles of Ayutthaya (RCA), the Burmese King Alaungphraya became ill, although following the Royal Autograph version, he was wounded by an explosion of a large gun. He returned to his stockade and decided to abandon the campaign. I found although nowhere mentioned in any of the RCA versions that the gun burst occurred at Wat Na Phra Men.There is a record that Wat Na Phra Men was renovated during the reign of King Borommakot (r. 1733-1758). After Ayutthaya was sacked by the Burmese troops, Wat Na Phra Men was left unattended for more than half a century until Phraya Chaivichit who was the city mayor in the reign of King Rama III restored it between 1835 and 1838. The traditional Ayutthayan style was maintained. Phraya Chaivichit gathered the left-over antiquities, which were scattered around the city, so that they could be kept at this monastery. More renovations took place in 1914 and 1957.

Doi Tung ( Chiang Rai Tourist Attraction )

Doi Tung is a mountain of the Thai highlands located in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand.

Location
While not the highest elevation of the province, the 1389 m high Doi Tung rises steeply, standing quite isolated close to the Thailand-Myanmar border. It is located in the area known as "Golden Triangle".

Description
Wat Phra That Doi Tung
Most of the bedrock of the mountain is limestone and granite. The vegetation below 1,000 m is mostly deciduous forest and evergreen above this height.

There are spectacular views of both Burma and Thailand from the top of this mountain. Shan, Akha and Lahu tribal villages are located on the mountain sides.

The Wat Phra That Doi Tung temple is on top of the hill. According to the chronicles, this Buddhist place of worship dates back to the year 911. It is an important pilgrimage spot for the devout.

Doi Tung Royal Villa
The Doi Tung royal villa, former residence of the Late Princess mother (mother of the present king) Somdej Phra Srinagarindra is also located high up on the hill.

Thanks to Princess mother's interest and encouragement the hills were reforested. She was also instrumental in fighting against the opium trade, as a result the local hill tribes stopped growing poppies and began to grow other crops.

The royal Villa was originally built as a summer residence for the Late Princess Mother and now houses a museum and displaying her work to improve the life quality of local tribal people.

The Mae Fah Luang Gardens are a botanical park located on the slopes below the royal villa. Flowers and plants grow among rock formations.

Ko Lanta Yai { Krabi Tourist Attraction }

Ko Lanta Yai is located in the Andaman Sea off the west coast of Thailand, between the Phi Phi Islands islands and the mainland. They are politically part of Krabi Province, most of which is on the mainland.

Measuring 30 km long and 6 km wide, the island forms part of the Ko Lanta archipelago, which covers an area of 170 km². The area was designated as Park No.62 of Thailand in 1990.

Less well known than the neighbouring Phi Phi and Phuket islands, Lanta is relatively less developed with most of the accommodation available being basic bamboo huts. There are very few paved roads on the island, mostly to the north, and they deteriorate gradually towards the southern end.

Ban Saladan, the main town and port, is located at the northern tip of the island and is served by ferries from Krabi, Phuket and Phi Phi. The main beaches are located on the west of the island, the largest being Klong Dao, Pra-Ae (Long Beach) and Klong Khong Beach. There are other, much less accessible, beaches at the southern end.

Lanta escaped the worst of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. Although there was widespread devastation along the west coast, significantly fewer injuries and fatalities were reported in comparison to the Phi Phi Islands. It is thought 11 people lost their lives. Assisted by tourists, most businesses were up and running within a few days.

Chantathen Waterfall

Chantathen Waterfall, situated in Khao Khiao - Khao Chom Phu Wildlife Sanctuary, is a 5 level waterfall with distance of one kilometer. The waterfall looks impressive particularly in the rainy season. However, even when the water is not abundant, tourists can track up and down the rock.

Moving Up and Down
One can walk up and down the waterfall on two pathways. The first one is along the waterfall itself or along the various levels of rocks. This route finds favour with tourists who want to enjoy the waterfall from close.

Natural Beauty
Chantathen Waterfall is popular among the locals and tourists alike. Locals use it as a picnic spot to get respite from boredom generated by routine work. Tourists also love to visit the waterfall. When they are tired of the hectic activities of Pattaya town, they opt for Chantathen Waterfall to soak in adorable natural beauty.

Best Time to Visit
Best time to visit Chan Ta Then Waterfall is right after the rainy season. This time the waterfall is in full flow. Loads of water falling from great height looks fantastic.

How to Reach
Move on the path leading to Khao Khieo Open Zoo. A the entrance to Wat Khao Mai Daeng, turn left. You would get to the sign which indicates the way to the waterfall. Drive down an asphalt road for another seven kilometers. You would get to the place where you have to park your car. Walk for two kilometers on the pathway. Greenery on both sides would refresh you. Sight of Chantathen Waterfall would fill you with enthusiasm and joy.

Camping
People interested in nature and wildlife can avail of camping activities on the waterfall site. The camping is organized by Wildlife Study Station.

Supervision
Chantathen Waterfall is under the supervision of Kho Khieo - Khao Chomplui Wildlife Conservation District District and Khao Khieo Nature and Wildlife Study Station, located Khao Khiao.

Wat Larn Kuad - Beer Bottle Temple ( Sisaket Tourist Attraction )

Thai Temple Built From One Million Recycled Bottles

Read more: Thai Temple Built From One Million Recycled Bottles | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.

The Wat Pa Maha Chedio Kaew temple has found a way to bottle-up Nirvana, literally. The temple, which sits in Thailand’s Sisaket province, roughly 370 miles northeast of Bangkok is made of more than a million recycled glass bottles. True to its nickname, “Wat Lan Kuad” or “Temple of Million Bottles” features glass bottles throughout the premises of the temple, including the crematorium, surrounding shelters, and yes – even the toilets. There’s an estimated 1.5 million recycled bottles built into the temple, and as you might have guessed, they are committed to recycling more. After all, the more bottles they get, the more buildings they are able to construct.

The bottle-collection-turned-building started in 1984, when the monks used them to decorate their shelters. The shiny building material attracted more people to donate more bottles, until eventually they had enough to build the temple standing today. Bottle caps are also integrated as decorative mosaic murals. Going beyond use of glass as a sustainable building material, the bottle bricks don’t fade, let natural light into the space and are surprisingly easy to maintain. So if you’re looking to find Nirvana in a bottle, you might want to consider making a stop at the Wat Pa Maha Kaew Temple.

Thai Glass Noodle Salad { Yum Woon Sen }

Low fat and full of veggies, this classic dish is as healthy as it is delicious. You can use ground chicken instead of ground pork, and you can omit the shrimp and dried shrimp for those who don’t eat seafood. It’s a great dish to bring to a party as it sits well at room temperature. Great for a summer picnic!

Kuaytiaw Sukhothai: The best Thai dish you’ve never heard of

Sukhothai is most commonly associated with ancient civilization, but among food-obsessed Thais, the city also inspires thoughts of noodles.

Kuaytiaw Sukhothai, literally Sukhothai-style noodles, combines rice noodles in a slightly sweet pork-based broth, slices of roast pork, thinly-sliced green beans and toppings of ground peanuts and deep-fried pork rind.

In Sukhothai, the noodles are often served with offal, but the handful of Bangkok-based vendors that sell the dish opt for lean slices of pork.

And unlike most noodle dishes in Thailand, you don’t need to specify which noodles you’d like; Sukhothai-stye noodles are almost exclusively served with "sen lek," thin rice noodles. Here's where to find them in Bangkok.

KOH KOOD ISLAND { TRAT PROVINCE }

{ HISTORY }
The original inhabitants of Koh Kood were Thais and Cambodians who fled to the Thai territory when the French took over the city of Padjantakiri in 1904. The oldest community is Klong Mad Village whose residents still make a living out of planting rubber trees, cultivation of coconuts and basic fisheries. But the biggest community on Koh Kood is Ao Yai Village, a harbor where many fishing boats seek refuge during rough weather. Koh Kood (Koh Kud) has an essential infrastructure which includes a hospital, couple of schools, a police station, electricity (mainly for state-run facilities), water and telephone system. Fuel and solar energy are the main source of power on the island.

Ridged plains have given rise to many inland brooks, streams and waterfalls. The Klong Chao Waterfall is probably the most impressive with it’s height and spread. With three tiers it allows visitors to swim and bathe in the waters all year around. It was visited by King Rama VI in 1911 and was given the royal name ‘Anamkok Waterfall’ in commemoration to Ong Chiang Lue, a Vietnamese king taking refuge in the Kingdom of Thailand during the reign of King Rama I in the late 18th century.

Paradise Park Farm { Paradise Park Farm }

As suggested in the name, "Farm" this is not a zoo. It is a small collection of native and non-native creatures who seem happy and healthy in their mountain home.

There are various types of birds in and out of enclosures. You can enter the budgie enclosure and hand feed the birds. Other birds such as Cockatoos, Gray parrots and Macaws are perched outside, you can also feed them and take your own pictures with them.

Some miniature rabbits, guinea pigs and a little hedgehog mingle together in a small accessible pen. Great for the younger children.

An interesting sight is the disco coloured pigeons floating about freely around the bird enclosures.

One of the nice things we noticed here were the staff, they are really friendly and helpful. Usually we'd expect to be asked to take pictures with animals and pay fees to do so, but that's not the case here. Also you can see that the staff has a genuine connection, understanding and love of animals.

Around the corner is another big enclosure of beautiful birds with wonderful vocals. There is large enclosed area with deer, goats, emus and a pony. All who will accept food direct from your hand. Except the emus, well they might but we weren't going to chance it with their lovely beaks.

To make the trip worthwhile, you can enjoy lunch in a lovely Thai style open plan restaurant with a great view to the south west of the island and the surrounding jungle. A good mix of Thai and Western food is on offer and the prices are reasonable for a tourist attraction lunch.

After lunch you can go down for a swim in the infinity pool overlooking the same view. The pool is modern, there are 12 sun beds with umbrella covers and a small bar to the right. No extra cost for enjoying the pool, but a 200 Baht deposit for each towel is required.

Wildlife, food & drink, poolside relaxation with great views in natural surrounds, definitely worth a trip out for a relaxing change.

Certainly recommended for kids, particularly the young ones, they'll be entertained for hours.

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