International Horticultural Exposition for His Majesty the King โชว์การแสดงชุด มนต์แห่งรัตติกาล ดาวห่มดอย ราชพฤาษ์ห่มฟ้า NightShow at RATCHAPHRUEK , Chiangmai THAILAND
The interview is taken on 13th September 08 from a German tourist at Villa Thonglor regarding the political situation. Upon interview, tourist states the situation has not affected her visit to Thailand but a little that she had to adjust was travel to Southern Thailand by bus instead of train due to the strike (which has already been resumed though, after she returned to Bangkok). She feels safe as she knows the places not to vist and thus she avoids them.
Exploring the Unseen Thailand: Market on the railway tracks. A day trip taking the interesting train ride from Bangkok to Samut Songkhram. The most unforgettable experience!
The interview is taken on 13th September 08 from a tourist from Germany at Hualamphong Railway Station regarding the political situation. Upon interview, tourist states the situation has not affected his visit to Thailand so far. He's still planning for his trip and hope to enjoy the most.
Swedish guys on speed boat around the beautiful beaches of Krabi
Elephants Bowling at Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya, Thailand
Bung Borapet is the biggest fresh water swamp in the central of Thailand,located in Nakorn Sawan Province. The environments surrounding here are perfect for a thousand species of wetland birds and beautiful aquatic plants.
I went to thailand right after the Tsunami . In the next six week I would see the place I love come back to life. In this episode I walk over to Pranang beach which is considered one of the most beauitful beachs in the world.From there I head on
A day on one of the most well traveled roads in the world. Renowned by backpackers for people watching, food, shopping, tatoos & partying. With your host Michael Murphy
Bang Pa-in Palace: Originally, there was a river island. When Prasat Thong became the Ayuttaya king (1630-1655). At Ayutthaya province.
Safari at Karnjanaburi , Thailand
Oasis Sea world (Dolphin farm) at Juntaburi, Thailand
I went to Thailand right after the Tsunami not knowing what I would find. In the next six week I would see the place I love come back to life In this episode I vist Ao Nang and then make my way to Railay Bay Where I was happy to see It was the same
The interview is taken on 7th September 08 from an Australian tourist visiting the Temple of Emerald Buddha regarding the political situation. Upon interview, tourist states the situation has neither affected her visit to Thailand nor to the tourism in Thailand.
The interview is taken on 7th September 08 from a Korean tourist visiting Chatuchak Market regarding the political situation. Upon interview, tourist states the situation has neither affected her visit to Thailand nor to the tourism in Thailand. But the only one thing she found disturbing her is checking bags at certaing points while visiting some places, for e.g. traveling through subway. But that is of course for the safety of everyone traveling through the subway.