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Thailand Off the beaten path



Thailand Off the beaten path

Thailand Off the beaten path includes many wonderful places such as the twin islands Ko Phi Phi Leh and Ko PhiPhi Don.


These islands are at equal distances of Krabi and Phuket, about 40 kilometres.


They represent the tropical dream, with fine white sand, clear waters of green and blue colour, elegant palms and luxuriant vegetation.


The islands were affected by the 2004 tsunami but the locals used this occasion to start again, developing the area in more modest manner.

All the hotels are on Ko Phi Phi Don because Ko Phi Leh is an empty national park.


Ko Phi Phi Don covers an area of 28 square kilometres. In North, Laem Tong offers a beautiful marine landscape. Ko Phi Phi Leh is a beautiful island of only 6.6 square kilometres, surrounded by mountains and rocks. The Tham Vikings cave is situated in the island’s North-East; the King Bhumibol called this cave ‘the snake’s cave’ because of a stone that looks like the mythic creature he saw in his visit here in 1972.


Thailand Off the Beaten Path

Other islands included in the Thailand off the beaten path are Ko Yung and Ko Phai, both in North of Phi Phi Don. The first mentioned has a stone beach and sand beaches; it is full of coral reefs, beautifully coloured. The activities on these islands include mountain climbing and diving (in islands like Bamboo, Hin Daeng, Mosquito and Longbeach). Samut Sakhon Province is also included in the Thailand off beaten path; the province is the main fishing harbour and the most important marine salt producer. Among the interesting places here is the Mahachai market where you can buy fresh fish, manufactured traditional products and close to the market is the magnificent fishing village Tha Chalom with friendly people.


In this province are numerous temples, such as Wat Sutthi Wata Wararam, Wat Yai chom Prasat and Wat Chong Lom, an also the Phanthai Norasing Saitn, the symbol of honesty. The Nakhon Pathom Province is situated closed to the Tha Chin River.


This old countryside having an interesting history and represents a centre of culture developing. It’s famous for the highest Buddhist construction in the world- Chedi Phra Pathom. Having 114 metres height, it dominates the entire city and attracts millions of pilgrims from all over the world.

Among other interesting places of this provinces are the Sanam Chan Palace which dates from the Rama VI’s reign, but also the adjacent area ‘Roses Garden’ which will charm you with the Thai traditional culture and the possibility of a walk on elephants. Thailand off the beaten path includes the Nonthaburi Province, full of tropical fruit-trees.

Off the Beaten Path Thailand


The province is known due to its anthropology museum, with about 100 exhibits from the plants, animals and people’s evolution area, due to the Joe Louis Theatre puppetry, the Thailand traditional medicine institute, the monumental royal temple Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat, which represents a combination between the Thai and the Chinese Styles. The Chachoengsao Province is a region with cereals, rice, been and soy cultivations.



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