Tough Trek Rewarded with Astounding View Surat Thani Thailand Travel Guide
Thailand Travel Guide Tough Trek Rewarded with Astounding Surat Thani View

Tough Trek Rewarded with Astounding Surat Thani View Thailand Travel GuideMoo Koh Ang Thong is an archipelago in the Gulf of Thailand consisting of 42 separate islands. Moo Koh Ang Thong National Park is about 30km to the west of Koh Samui. The most popular island in this archipelago is Wua Ta Lap island where the national park headquarters is situated. There is a viewpoint about 400 metres high from where you can admire the awe-inspiring shape of the islands. Alternatively, you may walk along the beach to a limestone cave, 200 metres high. The cave contains wonderful stalactites and stalagmites. Another frequently visited spot is Mae Koh island. Visitors can climb stairways to see the emerald green water of the hidden lagoon. This is one of the most amazing sights in Thailand.


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Phanom Rung Festival Buri Ram Thailand Travel Guide

Phanom Rung Festival Buri Ram Thailand Travel GuideThe imposing Khmer sanctuary of Phanom Rung in Buri Ram province will be a special place to be when the rays of the rising sun will be perfectly aligned along the 75 metre corridor and 15 gates, on April 4-5. It's an ideal opportunity to take pictures at this spectacular event at Phanom Rung, but don't expect a clear view as the event attracts plenty of interest. The event will be followed by the Phanom Rung Festival, hosted by the TAT and Chalerm Prakiat District Office on April 6-7. For more details contact the TAT at 044-213-666, 044-213-030, fax 044-213-667


Cantaloupe Fair Sa Kaew Thailand Travel Guide

Cantaloupe Fair Sa Kaew Thailand Travel GuideAranyaprathet, the easternmost district in Sa Kaew province will be hosting the 14th Cantaloup Fair from April 6 to 14. The venue is the shopping centre next to Aranyaprathet Railway Station. You can expect to taste Thailand's most delicious cantaloups plus a variety from Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. In addition, there will be traditional performances and even a Cantaloup 'Somtam' competition. For more details, call TAT Central Office Region 8 at 0-3731-2282, 0-3731-2284 or Aranyaprathet's District Office at 0-372301016.