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BABA BEACH RESTAURANT
The Baba Beach Restaurant is housed amid a modern tropical setting that harmonizes a contemporary architectural design with the beach club’s signature Chino Portuguese style and that reflects directly upon the innovative culinary style of the...

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Wat Suan Kaeo
Situated in Moo 1, Tambon Bang Len, Wat Suan Kaew is a learning centre of Dhamma founded by Phra Pihisal Dhammaphadi (Phra Payom Kalayano), who has initiated many projects under Suan Kaew Foundation for social development e.g. Supermarket for the...

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2 Souvenir Shops You Should Visit While in Nakhon Si Thammarat
Nakhon Si Thammarat’s charm comes from more than its various types of tasty southern food

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Power-up Your Life and Sightseeing
In Thailand, temples and merit-making trips always offer a solace to the soul. Here are some great places that one can visit for a spiritual...

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Ong Kao Ong Nam Restaurant
To receive The Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration (SHA) Standard from the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), the Ministry of Public Health, the Department of Disease Control, the Department of...

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Around Cities
Thailand is one of the countries that can answer a great variety of tourist lifestyles.

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‘Pantry of Sharing’: community pantries help Thais in need during COVID-19
Volunteers extend hospitality and a helping hand to those less fortunate

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Phahurat - See Indian Culture with Your Own Eye
Culturally rich, colourful and vigorous are what describe the unique characteristics of Indian culture that we can experience on every occasion when v

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Can’t-miss Restaurants in Loei
Loei is also well-known for its local food delicacies too. Keep reading to learn where you can find the best restaurants in Loei!

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Thailand: February
In February, the temperature of Thailand is higher. It’s the month of seasons changing from the cool to the hot season.

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10 THINGS TO DO IN CHIANG RAI
Singha Park Chiang Rai covers an area of more than 600 rai (approximately 960,000 square metres)