Photoblog Excursions in Thailand


Koh Chang

After a hectic few days in Pattaya, we visited Koh Chang in Trat province, for a much more relaxed time.

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Srinakarindra Dam

We visited Srinakarindra Dam, power station and reservoir in Kanchanaburi province, to the west of Bangkok.

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Swimming with dolphins

In the south western province of Chanthaburi is the Oasis Sea World park, where we had the opportunity to swim with dolphins.

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Fantasea, Phuket

One of the most popular tourist attactions on the island of Phuket is Fantasea in Ban Kamala.

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Walking Street in Pattaya

We have visited Pattaya several times, and the world-famous Walking Street is one of our favourite haunts.

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Ping River, Chiang Mai

The 400 miles long Ping River passes through Chiang Mai on it's way down to join up with the Nan River at Nakhon Sawan.

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Patong Beach

Patong, on the west coast of Thailand's largest island, Phuket, is one of the main tourist destinations for sun-seeking foreigners.

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Sydney Opera House

Mini Siam

Mini Siam is a theme park off the Sukhumvit Road in Pattaya, which replicates famous buildings from around the world in miniature.

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Erawan National Park - entrance

Erawan National Park - Kanchanaburi

In 2006 we visited the 200 square mile Erawan National Park, situated in the Western Thailand province of Kanchanaburi. The major attraction of the park is the seven-tiered Erawan Falls, a waterfall named after the erawan, the three-headed white elephant of Hindu mythology.

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Dedication of a temple in central Thailand

We were invited to the dedication of a temple in Central Thailand. Good friends of ours had decided to ensure their future good karma through a donation of one of the 9 Luk Nimit stones.

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