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!!!曼谷 - 金東尼人妖秀!!! Bangkok - Golden Dome
大人: THB 350
小孩(4-12): THB 250
大人: THB 500，
小孩(4-12): THB 400，
Tuk Tuk 🛺 tour around Bangkok
-Khao san Road
-drive around Grand palace
Return back to hotel around 22:00pm
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曼谷 – 夜遊媚南河 Smile Riverside
大人: TWD 695 、THB 799/人
小孩: TWD 600、THB 699/人 (4~10歲)
曼谷 – 夜遊媚南河 Smile Riverside
大人: TWD 695 、THB 799/人
小孩: TWD 600、THB 699/人 (4~10歲)
曼谷 – 夜遊媚南河 Smile Riverside
大人: TWD 695 、THB 799/人
小孩: TWD 600、THB 699/人 (4~10歲)
Amazing place when you come to Thailand 🇹🇭Don’t miss it✔️😍🥕🥰😘
Minibus to airport service for private with hotel pick up
Safari world and Marine park ticket avalable here please contact Mama travel and tour
Ticket to Siam park include water park and ride also lunch only 750THB/person
Ticket for the entry fee of Siam park with lunch it cost 750THB/person open time 10.00-17.00
Siam part ticket and lunch it cost you each person 750THB
Dream world one day tour start 8.30-17.00 it cost you for each person 1,500 THB (Service every day)
Let go to the beach
Kanchanaburi trekking tour
Erawan waterfall Kanchanaburi province
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Thailand, formerly known as Siam, is located in the heart of the Indochina Peninsula between China and India. The whole country respects Buddhism. For centuries, it has been a gathering place for religions, cultures and ethnic groups in Southeast Asia. Thailand covers an area of about 500,000 square kilometers, about the size of France. The population is about 60 million. Thailand is adjacent to Myanmar in the northwest, Laos in the northeast, Cambodia in the east, and Malaysia in the south.
The northeastern part of the area known to locals as "Isen" is located in the Mekong River Basin. It is a plateau with rolling hills. It is also an area where cultures gathered in the Upper Bronze Age 5,600 years ago. Influenced by neighboring Khmer and Laos, it has nurtured rich cultural history and folk customs. festival.
It is a mountainous and jungle terrain with charming mountain scenery, and the daily work is still operated by elephants. It is also the coolest area in Thailand. The most representative cities are Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. In the cool winter climate, cherries and peaches can be grown.
The most famous tourist attraction is Pattaya, and many of the islands dotted along the coast are tourist attractions, such as Koh Samet and Koh Chang.
The plain land is fertile, rich in rice and fruit, and crisscrossed by mountains and river valleys, making it an ideal area for hydroelectric power generation. Bangkok is located in the central part of Thailand. Others such as Hua Hin, Cha-am, Ayutthaya, etc. are all famous scenic spots in the central part.
It has white beaches, islands and abundant natural resources such as tin mines, rubber plantations and fisheries. Surrounded by the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Siam, the southern part of Thailand has the best beaches in the world. In addition to Phuket, Koh Samui, Koh Phang, Koh Tao, etc. are all excellent vacation or diving destinations.
In its long history, Thailand has continuously absorbed foreign cultures and immigrants. Foreign writers, painters, sculptors, dancers, musicians and architects contributed to the flourishing of local culture. The local residents of Thailand are actually composed of many ethnic groups. There are mainly Thais, Mongolians, Khmers, Laos, Chinese, Malays, Persians and Indians. It can be said that there are no pure-bred Thais.
Therefore, Thai people have different body shapes, different bone heights, different facial features, and different skin tones. About 80% of Thai people have a relationship with agriculture. To a considerable extent, agriculture is directly or indirectly influenced by religious festivals and ceremonies, so Thailand is a country with great cultural characteristics.
Thailand has a tropical climate with three distinct seasons throughout the year:
March to May is summer
June to September is the sunny rainy season
October to February is the cool season
The annual temperature in Thailand is between 19 and 38, with an average temperature of about 28 °C; the humidity varies from 66% to 82.8%. There are three seasons a year: cool season (November to February), summer (March to May), and rainy season (June to October). The coolest temperature in Bangkok averages 17 degrees; the hottest is April at about 38 degrees. Chiang Mai on the high plateau and the mountains in the north have a cooler climate and are best for travel.
More than 90% of Thais believe in Tanawada Buddhism, and their daily life is also deeply affected. Buddhism in Thailand originated in the third century BC and first emerged in Nakhon Pathom, where the highest Buddhist monument in the world is currently located. From 267 to 227 BC, the Indian Buddhist Asoka Dynasty (Asoka) sent monks to Southeast Asia to preach the teachings, among which After a group arrived at Nakhon Pathom, they used this place as a missionary base.
Buddhism is the "rule" of Thai ethics, maintaining social harmony and the driving force behind the promotion of art. Similar to Catholicism in medieval times in Europe. The overlapping eaves of countless temples in Thailand inspire creativity. Another reason why Buddhism's influence is deeply rooted in the people is that in most Thai Buddhist families, there must be a male who lives in a temple to practice Buddhism and study Buddhist principles. According to Buddhist customs, men who believe in Buddhism and are over 21 years old are required to undergo a shave once in their lifetime to practice monk life, ranging from five days to three months. Usually the shaving is held during the annual rain festival. During the three-month rain festival, each monk avoids traveling and stays in the temple for meditation. In addition to serving as centers of Buddhist activity, Thai temples are often small town news centers, labor employment centers, press offices, drug distribution stations, community centers, and sometimes schools and medical clinics. In conclusion, temples in Thai society have diverse uses. Thais also emphasize religious freedom, so other religions such as Islam, Catholicism, Hinduism and Sikhism also exist.
Thailand generally uses the Buddhist calendar, that is, the beginning of the era is one year after the death of Buddha Sakyamuni, which is 543 years earlier than the Western calendar commonly used in the world (that is, 1990 is the year 2533 of the Buddhist calendar). year). Thailand time is 7 hours ahead of GMT and 1 hour behind Taiwan time. Don't forget to set your watch back one hour after boarding the plane from Taiwan. GMT is 12:00, Thailand time is 19:00, Taiwan time is 20:00.
It is understandable that foreign tourists cannot understand or read Thai. However, most Thais understand English, especially Bangkok, which is the main business language. In major tourist areas, English and other European languages are fully accessible in most hotels, shops and restaurants. Signs in both Thai and English have been erected on roads across the country.
Thai is a pentatonic language and belongs to the "Ka-Tai" language group. The group includes "Shan" and "Khun" in Myanmar and "Tho" in Vietnam. There are five main dialects in Thailand. In addition to being used in writing literature, the central dialect is widely used in daily conversations in Bangkok.
Gentle, gentle and polite Thai people don't shake hands and say hello when they meet, but put their hands together and say "Sawadika". This way of greeting with palms is called "Wai" in Thai. The practice is to bring both hands to the chest, and the palms are combined but not fitted, as if holding a piece of cotton in the palm of the hand. Your hands are then shaped like a budding lotus flower. On different occasions, when faced with different people or things, "wei" will behave differently. For example, when greeting a peer, the fingertips should not be higher than the chin when the palms are put together. When making a "wei" salute to the elders, you have to bow your head and let your fingertips touch the tip of your nose.
When showing respect to noble objects such as esteemed elders, they raise their palms to their foreheads. When Thai people encounter monks or Buddha statues that symbolize Buddha, they will kneel, put their palms together, and touch their foreheads to the ground to worship.
Generally speaking, when a peer presents "wei" to them, Thais will return it with a "wei" gift. However, if the younger generation is "wei" to the elder, the elder does not need to return the "wei", and some only respond with a nod or a smile. In addition, monks, royal family and nobles will not return "wei" to you after you "wei" to them. "Wei" is not just a Thai way of saying hello, but also a way of showing respect. Coming to Thailand to learn this trick guarantees that you will be popular along the way!
Thailand has more than 700 years of history and culture, formerly known as Siam. In 1238 AD, the Sukhothai Dynasty was established and began to form a relatively unified country. It has experienced the Sukhothai Dynasty, the Ayutthaya Dynasty, the Thonburi Dynasty and the Chakri Dynasty (Bangkok Dynasty). Since the 16th century, it has been invaded by colonialists such as Portugal, the Netherlands, Britain and France. At the end of the 19th century, King V of Bangkok Dynasty absorbed a lot of Western experience to carry out social reforms. In 1896, Britain and France signed a treaty that stipulated Siam as a buffer country between British Burma and French Indochina, making Siam the only country in Southeast Asia that was not colonized. In June 1932, the People's Party staged a coup and established a constitutional monarchy. In 1938, Luang Phibun came to power, and in June 1939 it was renamed Thailand, which means "land of freedom". Occupied by Japan in 1941, Thailand announced its participation in the Axis powers. In 1945, the name of Siam was restored. In May 1949, it was renamed Thailand.
As early as 1917, the flag of Thailand used to consist of a red strip and a white elephant symbolizing an independent monarchy. But in 1917 when Siam (formerly known as Thailand) participated in the First World War as an confederate country, the flag was changed to the current Thai flag by the then King Vajiravudh (Rama VI).
The flag of Thailand is made up of five strips of red, white, blue (double width), white and red (on the upper and lower sides). Among them, three colors represent: red symbolizes heroic nation and country; white symbolizes pure religion; blue symbolizes solemn royalty.
The national and royal symbol of Thailand is called "Garuda", which is a mythical figure of half-man, half-bird, which is said to be the mount of Vishnu, one of the main gods of Hinduism, used to adorn Bhumibol Adulyadej King's scepter and royal flag. Many government agencies in Thailand use Garuda on their badges.
In addition, Garuda also symbolizes "appointed, appointed by the royal family", and for those corporations that have achieved outstanding economic achievements or have notable philanthropy, this symbol indicates that they are officially approved by the royal family. But such an emblem is rarely awarded, and it would be considered a high honor.
national flower of thailand
national flower of thailand
Whenever the dry season comes, the laburnum Cassia Fistula Linn will be covered with waterfall-like yellow-orange orange flowers on the treetops, so it gets its name. It is called Rajapruek in Thailand and Lom Laeng in northern Thailand. In northeastern Thailand it is called Koon. The life force of the golden chain tree is very long, which can grow to 15 meters high. The surface of the tree is smooth, the bark is light gray-brown, and the leaves are clustered together.
Especially from February to May every year, only yellow flowers bloom on the whole tree, and from May to June, when the flowers gradually wither, the tree is covered with long clusters of dark black seed pods. Thai people believe that meditating on these flowers, the golden color will make the soul happy and rich. Thailand has many rich plants and trees. People have long made full use of different parts of the golden chain tree for cooking, medical or other practical purposes. The young leaves and roots at the top of the branches can be used as a condiment for Thai rice noodle soup. Or mixed into different Thai chili sauces. The leaves and seed pods also have many medical uses. The leaves are boiled in boiling water or brewed as a tea, which has the effect of regulating bowel movements; or pounding the leaves into a paste, making a dressing to relieve itching and relieve pain such as purulent or scald. . Take four grams of seeds and boil them with salt. After drinking, it can reduce drunkenness, heart infarction, and even mash the bark into mud to be used as a cleaner for leather products.
The golden chain tree is a hardwood tree, and its trunk can be used as a material for new construction or expansion of family houses. In the past, they were used as axles for buffalo carts or as durable ploughing tools. Generally, villagers like to plant a golden chain tree when the child is born, so that the tree grows and grows with the child. Tourists visiting Chiang Mai will also follow the example of the villagers and plant a golden chain tree before leaving. The golden chain tree needs to be planted on sandy clay soil or clay loam soil. Just dig a hole two fingers wide and deep in the ground, fill it with a quart of organic fertilizer and water, put in the sapling and fix it. The best time to plant golden chain trees is before the rainy season. If you wait until after the rainy season, you must water the saplings from time to time. Finally, sometimes caterpillars eat the leaves, please don't kill it, the trees can withstand the damage, and then we have a chance to enjoy the beautiful view of butterflies flying in the sky.
HuaHin Travel Information
The eternal holiday paradise, the favorite summer resort of the Thai royal family - HuaHin HuaHin
Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan and Cha-am in Phetchaburi are famous for the southern scenery of blue sea, sandy beach and coconut shadow, and they are also the favorite summer resorts of the royal family of Thailand. Because the holiday crowd is not as noisy as the nearby Pattaya, Phuket and other places, but it presents a rare peace and tranquility. It has been built by generations of royal families, and has a unique style, elegant and moving holiday atmosphere. From the Wat Khao LAO on the top of the mountain, you will love the leisurely and worry-free view of the city. The sky is wide.
Hua Hin is located at the 232nd kilometer of the No. 35 highway in Thailand, 195 kilometers away from Bangkok, about 3 and a half hours by car, and about half an hour away from Cha Am. seaside paradise. Hua Hin used to be a summer retreat for the Thai royal family and the most frequented place for dignitaries since the 1920s. As for Cha-am, if you start from Bangkok, it only takes about 3 hours by car. It is not only famous for its scenery, but also has a deep historical background. It is about 41 kilometers away from the urban area of Phetchaburi province. Its wide and continuous bay outlines a beautiful arc.
Whether it's a long vacation or a short weekend, these two beaches are always full of tourists. Hua Hin perfectly combines natural tranquility and solemn culture, with a variety of accommodations that make you forget the hustle and bustle of city life, and a variety of local leisure activities such as spas and horseback riding. Cha Am, by contrast, is busier and busier, with fun activities reminiscent of Bang Saen or Pattaya, and local beaches with plenty of activities such as water sports, horseback riding, and cheap fresh seafood stalls.
The ancient civilization is full of splendor, and the beauty of Buddhism is imprinted with traces
Sunshine, blue sea, sandy beaches, these are not all of Hua Hin and Cha-am, here you can also find the wonderful art and culture deposited in Thailand. Phetchaburi Province, 65 kilometers north of Cha-am, is a prefecture with the most traditional artistic atmosphere and the gateway to southern Thailand. It was famous for art as early as the Ayutthaya era, and the splendid culture of the past can be seen from A glimpse into the magnificent frescoes of Wat Yai Suwanraram and Wat Ko Keo, among which the inner walls of Yai Suwanraram are decorated with the oldest frescoes in Thailand, which were completed approximately in Between the end of the 17th century and the beginning of the 18th century, it is the most representative fresco creation, depicting the gods lined up in two rows worshipping a large city-style Buddhist idol.
In addition, the ancient city of Chaiya, located in the south of Hua Hin, is said to be the capital of the Kingdom of Srivijaya (8th-13th centuries), a once prosperous kingdom, and now there are only a few ruins of temples, among which Maha Wat Mahathat Worawihan still retains the brick walls representing the Siwicha culture and the stupa built in the 8th century. This kingdom combines the connotation of Indian culture and Mahayana Buddhism, giving birth to the most exquisite stoneware and bronze art in Thailand. At present, these cultural relics and other treasures in Maha Thai Voravihan Temple are hidden in the Bangkok National Museum.
bus ( BY BUS )
Take the bus from Bangkok to Cha-am, Hua Hin, about 3.5 hours. You can take the bus to the bus terminal south of Bangkok. The frequency starts from 06:00, and there is a bus every 35 minutes until 20:15. Charge About 100 baht. Air-conditioned car 2435-1199 Ordinary car 2434-5558.
For more information, please visit the website: www.transport.co.th .
Train ( BY TRAIN )
For trains from Bangkok to Cha-am & Hua Hin, you can book tickets at Bangkok Railway Station, Tel: 1690. Or check with the Railway Bureau.
Railway Bureau website: www.railway.co.th , www.thailandrailway.com .
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