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The Ancient City
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When I used to have pimples on over my face, 22 years old back then. It’s a place where history comes alive and you can experience the rich culture and heritage of this beautiful country. Located just outside of Bangkok, The Ancient City is a sprawling open-air museum that showcases the architectural wonders of Thailand. It’s like stepping back in time as you wander through replicas of ancient temples, palaces, and traditional Thai houses.

As you explore this incredible place, you’ll come across iconic landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Wat Arun, and Ayutthaya – all meticulously recreated to give you a glimpse into Thailand’s glorious past. But it’s not just about the buildings. The Ancient City also boasts beautiful gardens, serene lakes, and even a floating market where you can indulge in some traditional Thai delicacies.

One of the highlights of visiting The Ancient City is the opportunity to witness traditional Thai performances. From graceful dances to thrilling martial arts demonstrations, you’ll be captivated by the talent and skill of the performers.

Whether you’re a history buff, a culture enthusiast, or simply someone who loves to explore new places, The Ancient City has something for everyone. It’s a place where you can immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of Thailand’s past.

Bang Pu
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My first visit to the Bang Pu Recreation Center, a long time ago. This recreational facility holds a special place in my heart as it was the first time I had the opportunity to experience its beauty and tranquility. Upon arriving, I was immediately struck by the stunning natural surroundings. The serene atmosphere provided a much-needed escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. It was a perfect retreat for anyone seeking solace and relaxation.

Sangkhlaburi, Kanchanaburi
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Hey there! Today, I want to talk to you about a hidden gem in Thailand called Sangkhlaburi. It’s a small town located in the Kanchanaburi province, where you can experience the perfect blend of nature, culture, and community.

One of the main attractions in Sangkhlaburi is the famous wooden bridge, also known as the Mon Bridge. It’s the longest wooden bridge in Thailand, stretching over 400 meters across the beautiful Khao Laem Reservoir. Walking on this bridge, you’ll be amazed by the stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the crystal-clear water below.

If you’re a nature enthusiast, you’ll be thrilled to explore the nearby national parks and waterfalls. Just a short drive away, you’ll find the breathtaking Three Pagodas Pass, where you can witness the border between Thailand and Myanmar.

But Sangkhlaburi isn’t just about natural beauty. It’s also a place with a rich cultural heritage. The town is home to different ethnic groups, including the Mon and Karen people. You can learn about their traditions, visit their temples, and even participate in local festivals.

When it comes to food, Sangkhlaburi won’t disappoint you. You can savor delicious local dishes like spicy papaya salad, grilled river fish, and sticky rice with mango. Don’t forget to try the famous Mon-style noodles, a must-try culinary delight!

And the best part about Sangkhlaburi is the warm and welcoming community. The locals are known for their hospitality and will make you feel right at home. You can stay in cozy guesthouses or even immerse yourself in the local culture by participating in a homestay program.

Floating Train Tour to Pasak Chonlasit Dam


This trip was very long times ago in 2014. I used to have acne covered all my face back then. The tour is arranged from November to January every year. Tickets can be bought at any train station across the country. And sale 30 days in advance and always sell out quickly.

The program
Leaves Bangkok Station (Hua Lamphong) at 6.00 a.m
Sunflower Lop Buri
Local OTOP products
Floating train viewpoint
Pasak Chonlasit Dam
Leave Pasak Chonlasit Dam at 3:30 p.m.



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