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Singapore Airlines Return Flights, 5 Nights of Accommodations in 4 Star Hotels. Explore the beautiful scenery and experience authentic local traditions and customs of Thailand.
The Ancient Capital
Enigmatic temple ruins are strewn across Ayuthaya (อยุธยา), whispering of its glory days as a royal capital. Once replete with gilded temples and treasure-laden palaces, it was the capital of Siam from 1350 until 1767, when the city was brutally sacked by the Burmese. Only ruins remain from this period of thriving trade and art, but dozens of crumbling temples evoke Ayuthaya’s past grandeur. Standing among towering stupas, it’s easy to imagine how they looked in their prime.
The secret Thailand attraction with breath-taking views
1143 m high mountain in Phetchabun Province, Thailand. It is in Khao Kho District. This mountain is part of the western range of the Phetchabun Mountains. Khao Kho is one of Phetchabun’s prettiest mountains, with plenty of scenic viewpoints and lots of things to see and do. Khao Kho is the perfect escape to cool alpine air and scenic mountainous hikes.
The temples which sits quietly and peacefully in the clouds – Wat Prathat Phasornkaew
Enjoy aromatic coffee along with the great mountain views – Pino Latte Cafe
Shop local souvenirs while enjoying the mountains views – Ratchamangkla Keelapisek Wayside Park
Enjoy the sunset scenery by the windmills – Khao Kho Turbine Wind Farm
a A historical ancient city since the 13th century
In Thailand’s ‘Monkey City’, imposing Khmer-style temples are assailed by an army of furry menaces. These adorable mischief-makers have the run of the town and are impossible to avoid – and for many, monkeys are the headline attraction of Lopburi.
Monkey Temple – Phra Prang Sam Yod
Majestic views of the Sun Flower Sea ( Best Season between Nov ~Jan) – Lopburi Sunflower Fields
The Little Europe
Khao Yai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is Thailand’s third largest and one of the most visited national parks. It spreads across four provinces, namely Saraburi (west), Nakhon Nayok (east), Nakhon Ratchasima (north) and Prachinburi (east). The highest peak, at Khao Rom, is 1,351 metres above sea level.
Blessed with a lush, mountainous landscape, with fertile valleys, pounding waterfalls and rich biodiversity, Khao Yai is a year-round getaway destination just three hours’ drive from Bangkok. The west side boasts a range of wild-west theme parks and vineyards of Thailand’s award-winning labels, such as Pirom Khao Yai Reserve and Sawasdee Chenin Blanc. The south and east are peppered with a wealth of natural wonders, from Prachinburi’s jungle-clad waterfalls to Wang Nam Kheo’s ozone-rich valleys.
Thailand`s Largest Domestic Farm – Farm Chokchai
A village of Italian`s country style – Palio Village
Embrace nature`s floral energy – The Bloom Garden
Play with the cute little sheeps and alpacas in the small Italian village – Primo Piazza
Enjoy an afternoon in the – Chocolate Factory
Taste exquisite fine wine and delicacies – PB Valley Khao Yai Winery