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BANGKOK, HUA HIN, PATTAYA

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    VISIT PLACE :

    Swiss Sheep Farm
    Santorini Park
    Hua Hin Night Market
    Wine Yard
    Hua Hin Train Station
    Long Po Tuak Temple
    Cha Am Beach
    Laser Buddha
    Coral Island
    Nong Nooch Village
    Gem Gallery
    Rod Fai Night Market
    Mini Siam Pattaya
    Chocolate Ville
    Wat Arun,
    Wat Pho,
    Wat Traimit,
    Four Face Buddha,
    Asiatique Riverfront.
     

    EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT :

    BANGKOK
    Covering an area of 1,500 square kilometres, the greater Bangkok Metropolis fits into the ‘big city’ league with great ease. Add to that an estimated ten million inhabitants, more than 30,000 taxis and an ever-increasing number of tourists, and you’ll soon realize that getting to grips with such a vast concrete jungle is no easy feat, especially if you’re a first-time visitor. This is where our Area Guides come in pretty handy… Certain areas have become more popular than others, largely due to their good location and the things there to do and see — be it traditional attractions, shopping highlights or a notoriously famous nightlife scene. Navigating this exciting city has also become much easier, thanks to the Skytrain (BTS) and underground (MRT) systems connecting large areas. Get to know Bangkok a little better before your trip.
    PATTAYA :
    Pattaya Beach is situated alongside the city centre, close to shopping, hotels, restaurants and bars. Most sections of the beach are covered by rented deckchairs run by local beverage vendors during daylight hours. The section of beach from Central Road (Pattaya Klang) south to the Pier is adjacent to the core of Pattaya's abundant nightlife area and is less family-oriented than the North Pattaya, Wong Amat (Naklua) and Jomtien beaches. Beyond the southern end around Buddha Hill and the headland that divides Pattaya Bay from Jomtien, there are several other smaller beaches. At the northern end of Pattaya beach is Wong Amat Beach, which is reached from the Naklua Road and Soi Wong Amat.
    Jomtien Beach is separated from the main part of Pattaya by Phratamnak Hill, just south of the city. Jomtien beach is a popular family and water sport location, a residential area with beachside hotels, bungalow complexes, condominiums and restaurants. Dong Tarn Beach, at the northern end of Jomtien Bay, has a traffic-free promenade.

     

    HUA HIN
    Hua Hin has evolved over the years from a sleepy fishing village to a popular retreat. The town retains its quaint personality – the idyllic backdrop of white sands and the clear blue sea on one side and a delightful blend of cultural and natural attractions both along the coast and further inland. Compared to Hua Hin, Cha Am feels less touristic, and Khao Takiab jam-packed with independently-run boutique resorts. For a complete hideaway experience, Pranburi is the place to be.
 
 

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