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  • Thailand: Favorite Asia Travel Destination

     September 19, 2009

    Thailand: Favorite Asia Travel Destination No wonder people love to travel to Thailand these days. It’s hot. It’s fun. And it’s cheap. Everything here is cheap — hotels, food, shopping — you name it. A coconut costs 20 baht (that’s around 50 cents -US). A bowl of noodle costs from 30 to 70 baht (depending on how nice the restaurant is). Thailand: Favorite Asia Travel Destination Author: manju Category: Travel & Leisure | Destinations Keyword: thailand,…

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  • Top 7 Reasons Why You Should Visit Khao Sok National Park, Thailand


    Top 7 Reasons Why You Should Visit Khao Sok National Park, Thailand Khao Sok National Park in Thailand is, quite simply, nature at her best. Whether you’re looking for a holiday full of adventure or one with plenty of time for relaxation, this stunning rainforest oasis will leave you with a lasting impression and a desire to return time and time again to this secret piece of paradise. Top 7 Reasons Why You Should Visit Khao…

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  • Top 10 National Parks of Thailand


    Top 10 National Parks of Thailand Thailand encompasses an array of national parks and wonderful landscapes that go from the mountainous north right down to the myriad islands in the Thai Gulf and Andaman region. There are 79 national parks in all, covering all areas of the country and although fees for foreigners are steep, most people are blown away by the beauty. 1. Khao Yai National Park Top 10 National Parks of Thailand Author: Arthur…

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  • Traveling in Thailand


    Traveling in Thailand When on vacation, we all want to cut loose and relax to forget about our stressful lives and this is a good thing. Not only is this a good thing for you but it’s a good thing for anyone looking to take advantage of you and possibly relieve you of your valuables. Traveling in Thailand Author: T. Bull Category: Travel & Leisure | Destination Tips Keyword: Thailand, travelling tips, driving in Thailand, safety…

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  • Phuket fantasy

     September 18, 2009

    Phuket fantasy Phuket fantasy (Phuket FantaSea) get inspiration from the culture of leadership are valued and Phuket fantasy with the sound of charm and beauty of Thailand. Merge with top world technology and special spectacular world level. Kingdom of great entertainment culture. Located on 350 farm size area full of activities and entertainment variety such as village delighted-enjoy zero game. Parade wealth hue Center include souvenir from every region of Thailand and other, restaurant Manora gold…

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  • Phuket Aquarium

     September 16, 2009

    Phuket Aquarium “aquarium of the pacific” Enter the aquarium and find yourself in an amazing underwater world with over 150 different species from freshwater and marine habitats, most of them local species from the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. The aquarium`s interactive displays take you on an environmental journey through rivers, lakes and precious, endangered coral reefs, mangroves and estuaries. All information is provided in Thai and English and includes both common names and…

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  • Patong

     September 13, 2009

    Patong This Beach is the most developed, most vibrant, most visited beach of Phuket that never fails to impress visitors. Located approximately 15 kilometers from the city, the beach has a wide range of accommodations and shopping arcades, and provides magnificent leisure activities and energetic night-time entertainment. It is a picture perfect postcard view of a 3-kilometer long white sandy beach that is perfect for swimming, lazing, and enjoying challenging water sports such as jet skiing,…

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