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Nong Prachaksinlapakhom Public Park is located in the Udon Thani Municipality, this giant pond has existed before the establishment of Udon Thani town. Lying to the west of the town, it was formerly called “Nong Na...
"Wiangpapao" is a quiet ,charm, natural beauty town situated in a valley and embraced by mountains.It is unknown tourist destination. Wiangpapao is also an ancient town formerly called "Wiangkalong"and well-known as...
The Bang Lang Dam is the first multi-purpose dam in the South, and is located on Pattani River. It is 85 meters high with a ridge 422 meters long. Altogether, the reservoir can hold 1,420 million cubic meters of water. T...
Bang Pa Kong Dyke is situated at Pai Sawaek area, Bang Kaew District. It is only 6 kilometers far from the city if you take Chachoengsao – Bang Khla road. It is a part of Bang Pa Kong Development Project. The Dyke ...
Bangkok Bike Adventure takes you to a massive green oasis, full of twisted water canal ways, traditional local life, floating markets, ancient temples, peaceful wildlife and much more. We go to a true hidden gem, located...
Beung Thap Tae Beung Thap Tae (Beung in Thai means “marsh”) is 12 kilometers away from the town. Take Highway no. 3265, turn onto the unpaved road around Klong Yang bridge, keep driving for around 4 ...
The Bhumibol Dam was constructed across the Ping River at Khao Kaeo Sub-district and Sam Ngao District of Tak Province. The dam was constructed in 1958 and completed in 1964 with the height 154 meters and retention capac...
Beung Bon is a lake surrounded by leafy plants, the perfect location for Kosum Phisai National Park visitors to picnic. The shallow lake – approximately 2.5 meters deep – covers a total of 48 acres (or .2 squ...
BuengBoraphet, or Boraphet Marsh, is the largest freshwater lake in Thailand, boasting over 200 square kilometers of land and earning it the moniker of “Northern Sea” or “Great Lake”. Almost 200 s...
This natural freshwater lake was renovated into a prime tourist destination and covers an expansive 1,080 acres. The lake was declared a wildlife sanctuary area in 1983, and its great variety of flora and fauna spurred t...