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The 2324 Sacrificial Monument stands solemn on the side of a highway, a memorial to national heroes who died protecting the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Thailand. Hundreds of civilians, policemen and soldiers’ bra...
There are two main reasons a single traveler must visit the great Ananda Samakhom Throne Hall. Firstly, this structure is one of the most beautiful Italian Renaissance architectures outsideItaly. The construction of this...
(Prachuap Khiri Khan)
This bay is situated on the north of Wat Mahathat with a bronze statue of King Ramkhamhaeng on his throne with bas-relief at the base depicting his life. Travel about 75 kilometers south of Prachuab Khiri Kh...
A European style mansion by the sea houses a statue of Kuan Yin (Chinese goddess) and other god sculptures that express the philosophy of living. There are several buildings in the compound includes The Budd...
Situated on Kham Lue Road in Phrae town, this historical house had been established in 2450B.E. by Chao Phrom and Chao Sunantawongburi, the daughter of Chaoburi. Made from teak wood fused with European style, prominent p...
Towering over 123 meters, this building offers visitors bird’s eye views of the nearby Chaloem Phatthara Rachini Park and as well as the town. It is in fact the first and highest viewpoint tower in Thailand, and ha...
Perhaps the best known attraction of Kanchanaburi, featured in world’s famous book and film, The Bridge on the River Kwai is part of the infamous Death Railway, spanning over KwaiYai River, built by the prisoners o...
The Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial celebrates the lives of the famous conjoined twins, Chang and Eng, who brought much renown to Thailand. Statues of the brothers stand in the middle of an expansive ground, surrounded ...
This shrine is on the bank of Nong Pla Thao, 3 kilometres from the city, on the way to Ban Khwao. There is a large tamarind tree on the bank, which is said to be where Chao Phraya Lae died fighting Vientiane soldiers in ...
(Nakhon Si Thammarat)
Built in the early Rattanakosin period, Wat Pradu and Wat Chaeng are twin temples—and both of them feature a Chinese-style building that houses the ashes of Phraya Nakhon. Some people believed they also contain the...