Cover Story : Vol.35 No.7 / 5 July 2018
Mae Hong Son province has another name as “the city of three mists” because it is surrounded by high mountains and shrouded in mist all year round. The province is located in the northwesternmost part of Thailand, bordering Chiang Mai in the east, Tak in the south, and Myanmar (previously known as Burma) in the west and north.
The city is rich in natural resources – mountains, forests, waterfalls, hot springs and national parks. Its mountain ranges are also home to various hill tribes. Its abundant natural beauty makes it one of the most gorgeous provinces in Thailand, a real paradise for nature and adventure lovers!Add a comment
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.6 / 5 June 2018
Rayong is a province known for its wide variety of attractions. Located on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand, it has about 100-kilometer long coast. Along this impressive coastline, there are many beautiful beaches offering relaxation and recreation to visitors. The province also boasts a most popular island on the east coast, Ko Samet, renowned for its white sandy beaches, exotic corals and crystal clear water.
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.5 / 5 May 2018
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.4 / 5 April 2018
By Saranya Suksawat
The Songkran festival is the traditional Thai New Year's Day and is celebrated from April 13 to 15. The Thai people throughout the country from the old to the young and from the royalty to the ordinary people celebrate this festival. Being the world-renowned water festival, it attracts tourists from all over the world to visit the country during this period. Apart from water splashing, Thai people also celebrate with many other joyous activities. It is indeed the country's merriest festival.
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.3 / 5 March 2018
Known as the River of Kings, the Chao Phraya River flows through the heart of Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Regarded as the principal artery of the nation, it plays an important role in the lives of Thai people. Much of Thai history can be traced along the banks of the Chao Phraya River. It begins at Nakhon Sawan province (237 km. north of Bangkok) and flows south through the central plains to Bangkok and into the Gulf of Thailand. A number of breathtaking attractions lie scattered around numerous piers along this historic waterway. Thus one of the best ways to explore Bangkok is by cruising along the Chao Phraya River.
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.2 / 5 February 2018
Thailand has a long history that can be traced back to the 13th century. The first kingdom of Thailand was Sukhothai, which was established by King Si Indrathit in AD 1238. Sukhothai, presently a province in the north of Thailand located 427 km from Bangkok, was a great empire whose archaeological remains can still be seen today. Although it is not as popular as Ayutthaya, the province features two world-renowned historical parks which are among the most famous historical attractions in Thailand. They are Sukhothai Historical Park and Si Satchanalai Historical Park.