Welcome to our glad holidays.
Temple of the Dawn
Wat Arun ("Temple of the Dawn") in Bangkok is a Khmer-style Buddhist temple and major landmark on th
In the early 1930s, reconstruction works in the banks of the Chao Phraya river near Chinatown requir
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace adjoins Wat Phra Kaew in a common compound, and is where you will end up after exit
The Songkran Festival
Thailand's most celebrated festival is the Songkran Festival. It starts April 13 and lasts between 3 and 10 days, depending on where you are in Thailand. The word Songkran is from the Sanskrit meaning the beginning of a new Solar Year, but nowadays Thailand celebrates the New Year on 31 December.
The Chiang Mai Flower Festival
Every year during the first weekend in February is the Chiangmai Flower Festival. The city is awash with vibrant colors ranging from the electric orange and lilac colors of the bougainvillea to the velvety blossoms of petunias in all shades of pink, white and purple. The strident red of the poinsett