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  • The-Roof-of-Thailand  The Top of Thailand The Roof of ThailandAlthough this is supposed to be the cool or Winter season in Chiangmai, this year Siberia or China is not generous enough ...
    Posted Aug 30, 2010, 8:41 PM by TATEE0001
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  • Tom-Yum-Kung    Tom Yum Kung (Thai spicy prawn soup) Tom Yum is the most popular Thai soup and is commonly referred to as Thai spicy soup in the Western world. It is ...
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The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace
Bangkok is Thailand capital and the most advance city in the world with the highest sales in electronics and fancy market.Bankgog is also famous as fast moving and happening city in the world.
The next important landmark Thailand Vacation Info would proudly presents is The Grand Palace. Every visitor to Bangkok should see the magnificent buildings within the Grand Palace compound to get a feeling of the grandeur architectural style. Since the founding of Bangkok as the Nations capital by King Rama I, The Grand Palace has been the major architectural symbol of The Thai Royal Family.  Read More!    

 
 
 Doi Suthep

 Chiang Mai is Thailand’s second largest city, covering some 20,000 square kilometres. With a population of only 250,000 in the city, however, it does not even come close to the size of Bangkok.Many visitors stay in Chiang Mai longer than planned because of the high quality and low cost of accommodation, variety of cuisine and shopping, cool nights, international atmosphere and friendly people. With the increasing number of cultural and spiritual learning experiences available to visitors, Chiang Mai has become more than just a quick stop on the tourist trail.It lies about 800 kilometres north of Bangkok on a mountainous plateau 310 metres above sea level. The city stands along the Ping River, a major tributary of Bangkok’s Chao Praya River. Chiang Mai City also serves as the capital of Chiang Mai Province, which is home to around 700,000 people.
The province of Chiang Mai contains over 300 ancient temples, and some of the country’s oldest. Although rich with history and legendary, mystical attributes, Chiang Mai has developed into a modern, cosmopolitan city of friendly people and manageable size. Its central location makes Chiang Mai an excellent base for exploring the north of Thailand. Read More!

 

 
 

 

Pattaya

 
 Pattaya is second only to Bangkok in high rise buildings, as many condos for foreign residents are built, and has a modest skyline. The city's economy benefits from its relative proximity to Bangkok.The city of Pattaya is a self governing special municipal area which covers the whole
tambon Nong Prue and Na Kluea and parts of Huai Yai and Nong Pla Lai. It is located in the heavily industrial Eastern Seaboard zone,along with Si Racha, Laem Chabang, and Chon Buri. However, it remains mostly a tourist city, with very light industry.Read More!
 

 

 

Promthep Cape

 
 
 Phuket is Thailand's largest island and a province in itself, It is laden with bamboo forests,salacca palm,and fruit trees of banana,mango,jackfruit, and durian.This sculptured island has a land area of 550 sq. km.,and is surrounded by 39 offshore island and islets. The island runa in a north to south direction for 50 km.,and is 21 km.at its widest point.Threr are two predominant weather systema in Phuket.The clearest,most stable months are between November and April when the temperature ranges between 21 c and 34 c . The seas are crystal clear,and accompanied by sunny days. May to October is the rainy season when cloud coverage,and cooler,more temperate day avail themselves. Brief showers usually occur in the late afternoon,with any "down-pours" occurring late in the evening. The month of September has the most precipitation,and this is true over all of southern Thailand
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 Thai Spa - Touch from Heaven
The Thai spa experience brings together a range of indigenous resources, folk wisdom and traditions that have been handed down through the centuries. It captures the very essence of traditional Thai living. Spa operators delve into this ancient treasure trove to create exceptional spa products so that alluring dimensions of this tropical paradise enrich the spa experience. Gracious hospitality and service is complemented by the friendly and caring nature and gentle ways of the Thai people, adding a uniquely Thai touch to world-class service and hospitality. Kindness, compassion and the act of comforting and caring for others, as advocated by the Theravada Buddhist tradition, is very much part of everyday life. The gesture is instinctive and genuine.

Many of the healing techniques and well-being therapies featured on the contemporary spa menu have been adopted and adapted from such practices. These include natural healing a tradition based on the healing power of indigenous herbs and plants, holistic remedies specially formulated to restore balance and rejuvenate mind, body and spirit and a variety of other healing techniques, including meditative practices, which reflect deep-rooted Buddhist influences. For example, the act of performing traditional Thai Massage is considered to be an act of compassion in which the healer (or therapist) practices the physical application of metta (loving kindness) and bestows a healing touch in the spirit of giving. The Thai spa experience thus enables guests to experience various aspects of Thai-ness.

Thailand excels in the quality and diversity of its spa offerings. Thai spas really do have it all variety and value framed in a perfect blend of Western leisure concepts and traditional Asian wellbeing therapies. Value for money is an added plus. A harmonious blend of cultural heritage and destination diversity makes Thailand an infinitely attractive spa destination.

 

 
 


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