New Attractions

New Airplane Flea Market in Nakhon Pathom

June 8, 2016

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New Airplane Flea Market in Nakhon Pathom

A new landmark has just opened in Nakhon Pathom to the West of Bangkok. In English it is called “Airplane Flea Market”. On the surface it is just another twice weekly flea market, but the attraction here are the aircraft and military vehicles that are on display. The market is held every Wednesday and Saturday from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. It is on Malaiman Road at the 5KM marker. This is the route between Nakhon Pathom and Suphanburi....

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Rama Yana is a new Water Park in Pattaya

May 24, 2016

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Rama Yana is a new Water Park in Pattaya

RamaYana Water Park is a new family theme park and entertainment waterpark complex located close to Silver Lake and the big Buddha image of Khao Chi Chan. It is also only about 30 minutes or so from Pattaya. In addition to twenty-one slides, there are two dedicated kids’ zones, a double wave pool, the Lazy River with waves, caves and water features, and activity and relaxation pools throughout the park. In total, there are over 50 independent attractions, which...

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Pae Pan Rai is a new tourist attraction in Nong Khai

April 9, 2016

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Pae Pan Rai is a new tourist attraction in Nong Khai

The northeastern province of Nong Khai has unveiled a new tourist attraction in Rattanawapi Sub-district. Covering an area of 5,000 rai, the new tourist spot, named Pae Pan Rai (แพพันไร่), features a large swamp and beautiful scenery. The place became a must-visit among locals and tourists immediately after its debut. Visitors can rent a raft to indulge in the charming nature, or treat themselves to tasty food offered by local restaurants. The introduction of Pae Pan Rai is a...

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Chiang Rai unveils “Nong Bua Luang”, a new tourist attraction

April 5, 2016

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Chiang Rai unveils “Nong Bua Luang”, a new tourist attraction

Thailand’s northernmost province Chiang Rai has unveiled a new tourist attraction as a treat for nature lovers. Nong Bua Luang (หนองบัวหลวง) was originally a community fishing and farming area. The lake was developed into a recreational spot in 2014 by the local government to cope with the growing popularity among local people and tourists. It has now been equipped with tourist facilities and activities such as rafting. Over 10,000 people are expected to visit the new recreational spot during...

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“The Metro – Forest Project” opens in Bangkok

March 31, 2016

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“The Metro – Forest Project” opens in Bangkok

The latest eco-tourism attraction to open in Bangkok is the 4.74 acre “The Metro – Forest Project”. Dubbed as a “forest in the city”, this project has the aim to help visitors of all ages recognise the importance of urban forests and inspire them to plant trees in their homes. Emphasis is placed on ensuring that the forest is grown as close as possible to the indigenous forest in Bangkok. Members of the general public can observe the 250...

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Glass Skywalk in Nong Khai is now ready to open

March 25, 2016

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Glass Skywalk in Nong Khai is now ready to open

A U-shaped skywalk at Wat Pha Tak Suea temple in Sangkhom district of Nong Khai province has now been completed. The 16 meter long skywalk, which was built overlooking a cliff, has glass floors and walls. The construction cost a total of 17 million baht. Visitors to the temple can walk along the skywalk to see a breathtaking view below. It can accommodate up to 20 people at a time. It will be open to the public in April....

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Newly discovered limestone cave in Tak to become a toursit attraction

March 5, 2016

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Newly discovered limestone cave in Tak to become a toursit attraction

A newly discovered cave in Tak province is set to receive an upgrade to become a new tourist attraction. The cave, known locally as “Tham Pha Khao Morakot”, was discovered at Taksin Maharat National Park in Mae Sot district. The cave has beautiful formations of stalactites and stalagmites. Tak Governor Somchai Hatayatanti said a limestone chamber inside the cave is large enough to accommodate several thousand people at a time. The cave was named Tham Pha Khao Morakot as...

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Glass skywalk over cliff in Nong Khai is 80% finished

March 4, 2016

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Glass skywalk over cliff in Nong Khai is 80% finished

Thailand’s first glass skywalk is being built at Wat Pha Tak Suea temple in Nong Khai province. Visitors will have a chance to see some breath-taking scenary, both in front of them and down below. The Governor visited the site today to inspect progress which is nearly 80% completed. The glass skywalk, which is 16 meters long, and protudes over the cliff face by six meters, is expected to open to the public in late March 2016. The walkwaway,...

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Beautiful view of Phang Nga Bay from Samed Nang Chee

March 4, 2016

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Beautiful view of Phang Nga Bay from Samed Nang Chee

A new viewpoint in Phang Nga province is turning into a popular tourist attraction after photos of the view went viral on social media. The Samed Nang Chee viewpoint (เสม็ดนางชี) has only been open for a couple of weeks but is already getting 200 visitors a day during the week and 1,000 on weekends. A video posted on Facebook shows how stunning the view is, and how crowded the viewpoint is becoming. The spectacular view looks east and is...

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Canopy Walkway at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

November 17, 2015

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Canopy Walkway at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

The Botanical Garden Organization will soon be launching a canopy walkway at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden in Chiang Mai province. The Botanical Garden Organization Director General Pramook Pensut has revealed that the canopy walkway will be the longest one ever built in Thailand. It will open to the public in December 2015. Fifty million baht has been spent on building the walkway, which is 400 meters long and 20 meters high. Hailed as one of the most beautiful walkways in...

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