Hua Hin beach and town

Hua Hin is one of the most tourist destinations in Thailand of its great amount of attractions and activities - plus it is not far from Bangkok. The city has many fabulous beaches, mountains, viewpoints, temples, night markets, water parks, and fine diners for you to choose from and enjoy at any time of the year.

 UPDATED! TEST & GO rules from 1 March 2022

Travelers can arrive in Thailand by air, land, and water with the required prepaid accommodation reduced to 1 night and the COVID-19 tests revised to 1 RT-PCR and 1 self-ATK. The health insurance coverage has also been reduced to no less than US$20,000.

Thailand tuk-tuk

Jumping in one of these open-air three-wheeled vehicles is a fun activity in itself, as well as a valuable (and affordable) mode of transport for locals and residents alike! Here’s everything you need to know about this local right of passage along with some Thailand tuk-tuk tips and tricks.

Talad Rom Hoop or Train market

A charming little warning bell goes off over the speaker system just a few minutes before the train comes. Within a few minutes of receiving the warning, vendors pull back their specially designed awnings before the train comes, sometimes only moments before. That’s why the market is locally known as the Talad Rom Hoop  which translates into “Market Umbrella Close.”

Pattaya Beach
It is on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand, about 100 kilometers southeast of Bangkok. It is about 3 kilometers long beach. There is a shady road along the beach. The north beach is quite a quiet place where tourists like to go swimming and chilling.

From 1 February 2022, Thailand will reopen Bang Lamung, Pattaya, Si Racha, Si Chang, and Sattahip – only Na Jomtien and Bang Saray – in Chon Buri, and Ko Chang in Trat as Sandbox destinations, in addition to Krabi, Phang-Nga, Phuket, and Ko Samui/Ko Pha-ngan/Ko Tao. The Sandbox Extension program will also be introduced between Phuket, Phang-Nga, Krabi, and Ko Samui/Ko Pha-ngan/Ko Tao, where Sandbox travelers can travel within these destinations during the first 7 days in Thailand.

Khao Yai is still the best national park in Thailand for regular visitors where it is relatively easy to see some impressive animals. is one of Thailand's best spots for wildlife watching. A visit offers a real chance to see Asian elephants in the wild. Besides elephants, the national park has healthy populations of gibbons, hornbills, and lots more.

We Are going to “Loei”

Loei is a province in the upper northeastern region of Thailand. It is located in Sakon Nakhon Basin and is in the Upper Northeastern Province 1, approximately 540 kilometers from Bangkok. It has beautiful landscapes. cold weather It is one of the country's important ornamental flower plantations. and is also an important tourist province as well.

Erawan Shrine

When asked about their religion, most Thais will happily respond that they are Buddhists. However, just looking around town will reveal that many elements in daily spiritual life have little to do with Buddhism in its stricter forms. Hinduism and Animism are still everywhere.

Maya Bay reopening set for Jan 1

The famed Maya Bay in Krabi province will probably be reopened to tourists on Jan 1, with regulations in place to preserve the rehabilitated beach and bay from the ecological ruin it previously suffered.

Natural Resources and Environment Minister announced the tentative opening date on Monday. Maya Bay is a stunningly beautiful bay that's sheltered by 100-metre high cliffs on three sides. Inside the bay there are several beaches, most are small and some only exist at low tide. The main one is around 200 metres long with silky soft white sand, underwater colourful coral and exotic fish in exceptionally clear water; the whole bay is one big reef.

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