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หมายเหตุ บางสถานที่ยังไม่ได้เปิดให้เที่ยวเต็มตัว จึงยังไม่มีข้อมูลเชิงลึก ต.ย. อช.ดอยอินทนนท์ ฯลฯ, แต่แอดฯจะมาอับเดทเรื่อยๆให้ทันสมัยมากขึ้นจร้า
North Pattaya, Chonburi: not the northern-most part of Pattaya (as Naklua lies further north), but the section of Pattaya adjacent to the northern end of Pattaya Beach and extending inland to both the north and south of North Pattaya Road. Does not include Naklua.... read more
Bang Saen Beach is a most popular and nearest beach which you can get to from Bangkok. Approximately 13 kilometers from the city of Chon Buri, it branches off to the right-hand side from Sukhumvit Highway, at kilometers 104, for a distance of 3 kilometers. Stretching along the beachfront, is a 2.5 kilometer Road.
 
Along the beach, one finds vendors offering drinks and seafood snacks suc...
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Koh Samet it is the most well-known attraction of Rayong offers beautiful beaches with charming white sand, strange-shape rocks, suitable relaxation, water sporting, exploring the coral reefs beneath the sea. Koh Samet is located some 6.5 kilometers from Ban Phe. There are boat services available all day and many kinds of accommodation there.
Named "Ko Samet" because this island has Samet white tr...
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Kampong Mae is located in Mae On District, Chiangmai, a small village hiding in the jungle. There are clear streams flowing through. The happiness of coming to Mae Kampong village is to experience the fresh air, the nature of the forest, natural streams and typical lifestyles of people. The living of the villagers is still in harmony with the purity of nature.
Here is not far frm Chiang ...
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The River Kwai Bridge was built in 1943, over Mae Klong river (the Kwai Yai River).
"The notorious Burma-Siam railway, built by Commonwealth, Dutch and American prisoners of war, was a Japanese project driven by the need for improved communications to support the large Japanese army in Burma.
During its construction, approximately 13,000 prisoners of war died and were buried along the railway. An ...
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Thailand's second largest National Park, Khao Yai National Park covers an area of 2,168 square kilometers, of which some 25% is in Nakhon Nayok Province. The remaining areas are in parts of the neighboring provinces of Saraburi, Prachinburi and Nakhon Ratchasima.
Khao Yai was listed as the first National Park in Thailand on September 18, 1962. The highest peak in Khao Yai is Yod Khao Lae...
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Khao Kho is made up of mountain ranges to northwest of town about 1,174 metres above mean sea level covered in the main by deciduous plants. Very cold during November-February, it once was the base room which communist insurgents conducted their struggles against the authorities during 1968-1982. Today it is accessible via two routes; off Highway No. 12 (Phitsanulok - Lom Sak) at Ban Camp Son with... read more

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