Phetchaburi Palace

In ancient times, the appeal of Phetchaburi attracted settlers from far and wide, which has
lead to the provinces’ uniquely diverse culture, influential art and the wonderful architecture
of its many temples and palaces. It’s not hard to see why Phetchaburi is as popular today
as it was in ancient times.
Phetchaburi, a province full of surprises, is Thailand’s gateway to the south. This relatively
undiscovered treasure boasts fascinating history; ancient art, captivating culture, friendly
people, and of course, stunning scenery. Its wonderful beaches, interesting caves and
delicious seafood and local delicacies will ensure tourists leave with fond memories, and
maybe even a few souvenirs...

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Floating Market

Floating market at Damnoen Saduak is the old traditional way of selling vegatables, fruits,etc
from small boat. An exhilarating narrow long-tailed speed ride through this unique market.
This picturesque trip takes you to another well known floating market at klong Damnern Saduak
in Ratchaburi province, about two hour drive from Bangkok, An exhilarating narrow long-tailed
speed ride through the marshes and 'stilt' houses prepares you for this unique market.
Thai style canoes laden with colourful, succulent fruits, vegetables, sweets and meats, gently
ply their way through the canal...

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Riverkwai Bridge

Kanchanburi  Visit historical sites in Kanchanaburi including the world's renowned Bridge
over the River Kwai, Built during World War II by prisoners of war and experience a train
ride along the Death Railway. Be amazed with an extreme experience of a "Tiger Watch"
in the Buddhist temple which keeps numerous animals, among them several tame tigers
that walk around freely once a day and can be petted by tourists...

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Sam Roi Yod National  Park

A mountain range with 300 peaks
Sheltered in one of its several caves up in the hills is a royal pavilion, the main attraction
for travelers prepared to go the distance.
Tham Phraya Nakhon, a cave high up in the mountains of Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
in the coastal province of Prachuap Khiri Khan is a major attraction for those visiting the
park, but the climb uphill is very testing, not meant for the faint-hearted. I was determined
to go the distance...


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