SEE FULL LIST OF SCHEDULES AND ACTIVITIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is promoting the Songkran activities in the emerging destinations of Tak, Mukdahan, and Ranong. Find out the amazing activities in line for you this coming Songkran Festival. AMAZING SONGKRAN 2019 @ TAK April 12-14, 2019 Scheduled from 12 to… Read more »
Thailand’s Department of Transportation announced on their website yesterday, April 9 the launch of traffic maps that updates on real time which would prove very useful in monitoring the traffic during the Songkran break. Just scan the QR codes below: There are five different maps: (1) combined all four maps, (2)north, (3)northeast, (4)east, and (5)south.… Read more »
2019 marks the fifth anniversary of Tourism Authority of Thailand’s (TAT) Thailand Travel Shield project. Established in 2014, the project aims at providing online travel insurance for foreign tourists. According to TAT, “Travelers planning a trip to Thailand can continue to buy the Thailand Travel Shield’s insurance coverage online at http://thailandtravelshield.tourismthailand.org/. Available in English and… Read more »
TTF 2019 is open from 12.00 21.00 on weekdays and 11.00 – 21.00 on weekends. Entrance is free.
Only about 100 kilometers west of Bangkok, Ratchaburi province in the central region is an ancient city of the Dvaravati period (9th-11th centuries). It shares a border with Myanmar and is rich in natural attractions.
Some of the exciting places to visit in Ratchaburi are Pottery Legend Ratchaburi, Rattanakosin Water Jar Factory, Ba Khu Bua Museum, Khua Bua Community Center and Ratchaburi Fish Village which is the biggest fish village market in ASEAN.