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Wat Na Phramen

Wat Na Phramen is a small but interesting temple north of the royal island in Ayutthaya and played a pivotal role in the history of the place. The king of Ayutthaya signed a peace treaty with the Burmese here but after a few years the Burmese attacked Ayutthaya and set…

Sukhothai Historical Park

Take a walk through ancient temples and crumbling chedi’s from the 13th and 14th century, in Sukhothai Historical Park. The ruins here are kept in near tip top shape, and the tropical vegetation surrounding the park is stunning. To put it bluntly, this UNESCO Heritage site is a Thailand gem….

Nong Prachak Park

The star of Udon Thani and my favorite spot in the city, Nong Prachak public park is a vibrant and peaceful destination popular with tourists and locals. In early evenings, the park buzzes to life with locals playing sports, people walking around the lakes, musicians playing in the grass, and…

Huai Nam Dang Hot Springs

Three hours north of Chiang Mai, nestled in the high hills of northern Thailand is one of the hottest spots in Thailand… literally–Huai Nam Dang National Park, home to a group of natural hot spring mineral baths. The hot springs are just a couple of kilometers outside the quaint city…

Phraya Nakhon Cave

Less than an hour south of beach city Hua Hin is Kao Sam Roi Yot National Park. In this park, just off Laem Sala beach, is where one of the true gems in this region is tucked away, Phraya Nakhon Cave. There’s two ways to reach the beach where the…

Maya Bay

There’s a good chance that if Leonardo DiCaprio has spent any considerable amount of time on a beach, it’s going to be a pretty sweet stretch of sand. Maya Bay is no exception to that rule. The 1991 film The Beach (starring DiCaprio) was partly filmed in Maya Bay, and while the film portrayed…