Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden Pattaya
Credit Picture from Pavlo Hryhorash
Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden Pattaya is amazing beautiful and colorful landscape garden place with flowers. The fantastic views will show how stunning by itself. Moreover many activities such as Thai cultural performances , elephant riding and shows , paddle boats, sky walk ,sightseeing bus etc. are the main attraction tourists to visit Nong Nooch Garden. Worth a visit.
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Thailand’s reputation as one of the world’s most romantic destinations was further enhanced recently when two top travel and lifestyle publications voted the islands of Phuket and Samui as among the world’s most romantic destinations and perfect honeymoon settings. Read more
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has scheduled the grand opening celebration of the “2015 Discover Thainess” campaign for 14 January, 2015, with a range of spectacular events including a colourful parade and extravagant performances to be held in the heart of Bangkok. Read more
THAI Smile Airways and Amazon Falls, the owner and operator of Cartoon Network Amazone, have formed a partnership which will see the waterpark featured exclusively on the aircraft livery.
The first Cartoon Network Amazone-branded aircraft is expected to take flight in April 2015. Passengers can expect to join Adventure Time’s Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, Marceline and other beloved characters from the television network for a unique travel experience.
Captain Woranate Laprabang, Acting Chief Executive Officer of THAI Smile Airways said, “The collaboration between THAI Smile Airways and Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark means a lot to the travel and tourism industry in Thailand. In an effort to raise the profile of the country and increase the number of international tourists to Thailand, THAI Smile Airways will decorate several aircrafts with the characters from Cartoon Network.”
Opened in October in Chon Buri, the attraction is the first Cartoon Network-themed waterpark in the world. It was recently awarded the prestigious Leading Edge Award 2014 at the World Waterpark Association’s Symposium and Trade Show Awards for its innovative design styles and themes, including the interactive nature of the rides, as well as attractions never seen before in the waterpark industry. Read more
Amphawa in Thailand
Worldwide Destinations Asia has published a blog titled “Amphawa Thailand: Swimming Monkeys, Floating Markets, Tree Temples and Fireflies” written by Andrew J Wood, a British born author Andrew Wood who has spent almost a quarter of a century living in “The Land of Smiles”.
Some parts of the blog reads:
We made our offering to the monks of food along with incense, candles and flowers.
It was a wonderful photogenic experience, the memories I shall keep for a very long time and a photo opportunity par excellence.
Next stop a short 15-minute drive into Amphawa town itself to visit the Mae Klong Railway Market. We followed the river downstream. You quickly get the sense that the river is as important to the area as the roads we travelled on.
The market is well-known and famous as the market that suddenly has to make way for railway locomotives. They pass right through the market stalls that are pitched on the side of the tracks.
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