23

March

2012

Kanchanaburi River Cruises, a pleasant…

Visitors will enjoy taking an appealing river cruise in Kanchanaburi Province, located to the west of Bangkok. A luxurious vessel with teakwood cabins will enable you to visit local attractions such as historic sites, temples, waterfalls, remnants of Khmer buildings, hot springs, war cemeteries, the bridge located on the River Kwai and other …

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18

March

2012

Heaven’s Garden – A Carved Hav…

With amazing sunny beaches, lush forests, busy shopping malls and a naughty nightlife Thailand seems to have it all. This popular Southeast Asian tourist destination is perhaps best known for its heavenly beaches. Primarily a Buddhist country, Thailand has numerous tranquil Buddhist shrines and temples. The sculptures and statues in these shrines illustrate …

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15

March

2012

Camp Overnight in the Desert, a thrill…

Camping overnight in the desert is an experience that will draw the attention of almost any visitor to the desert emirate. After a day of dune bashing – travelling across sand dunes in a four wheel drive vehicle – there is no better way to unwind than to camp in the tranquil desert. …

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11

March

2012

Discover Fluttering Wonders at the One…

Quietly nestled along the south-eastern border of Railway Park or Vachirabenjatas Park, lies a magical enclave that is devoted to one of the world’s most captivating and delicate creatures. Dubbed the Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, this vast enclosure is the verdant home of nearly 500 butterflies that encompass nearly 20 species of …

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