Ko Khai, Satun Province

Khai island or Ko Khai an island to the west of Ko Tarutao in Satun is one of the southern provinces of Thailand. This small island is between Ko Tarutao and Ko Adang. The famous f…

Thai mural paintings of Hanuman

Thai mural paintings of Hanuman at the Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok. Hanuman is one of the central characters in the various versions of the epic Ramayana จิตรกรรมฝาผนัง หนุมานอมพลับพล…

Wang Sai Thong Waterfall

Wang Sai Thong Waterfall is a waterfall in Satun Province. The beauty of this waterfall is the limestone in the shape of multi-petalled lotus flowers settling on the bottom of the …

Khao mak

  Khao mak as an ancient Thai dessert for adults. It is known as a dessert with the taste like alcohol. The fermentation of sweet sticky rice and Look-Pang gives a taste of al…

Wat Si Chum

Wat Si Chum in Sukhothai historical park, Sukhothai province is one of the lower northern provinces Thailand. The highlight is the graceful Buddha sculpture enshrined inside the re…

Khanom khrok

Khanom khrok or coconut-rice pancakes one of the ancient Thai desserts. They are prepared by mixing rice flour, sugar, and coconut milk. Khanom khrok are cooked in a heating mantle…

Black Elephant Tusk

The Nan National Museum most famous exhibit is the black elephant tusk. This is a 94-centimeter long, 18 kilogram tusk of an elephant which is naturally dark in color. ภายในพิพิธภั…

Lopburi Sunflower fields

Lopburi province is the biggest sunflower fields of Thailand. Thousands of acres are filled with this beautiful bright yellow flower, that is in blossom between November-March. ทุ่…

Kai yang

  Kai yang is a dish originating from the Lao people of Laos and Isan (northeastern Thailand), but it is now commonly eaten throughout the whole of Thailand. Being a typical L…