Thailand is one of the world’s most beautiful countries and known worldwide as the ‘Land of Smiles’. Thailand is composed of four main regions; the northern, the north-east, Central , the southern region of Thailand . The capital City of Thailand is Bangkok. Many people who come to visit Thailand will be impressed by the lovely Thai people. There are lots of attractions to visit. Here are the famous attractions in which our company send teachers to work as following:
Noen-Nang Phaya viewpoint: It is located in Tha mai, Chanthaburi. It is selected by TAT to be one of Dream destination because it is the most beautiful route running along the sea on the east of Thailand. The two-way road winding up a small hill along the beach, offers everyone a fantastic scene of the blue sea.
Wat Pha Sorn Kaew: It’s also known as Wat Phra Thart Pha Kaew, is a Buddhist monastery and temple in Khao Kor, Phetchabun, in north-central Thailand. The main pagoda and surrounding buildings are adorned with over 5 million colorful mosaic tiles and pottery items and is set in a mountain location. 5 sitting Buddha statues were already finished. There is a stained glass gazebo and a smaller pagoda in the gardens. The main Wat exterior, gardens and adjoining buildings are complete and open to visitors.
Wat Muang: It is located in Ang Thong Province, central Thailand, is the Home of the biggest Buddha image. The Great Buddha of Thailand, also known as The Big Buddha, The Big Buddha of Thailand, Phra Buddha Maha Nawamin, and Mahaminh Sakayamunee Visejchaicharn, is the tallest statue in Thailand, and the ninth-tallest in the world.
Tham Phra waterfall: It is located Amphoe Seka , Bueng Kan province. This waterfall is one of the beautiful falls located in the Phu Wua wild life sanctuary about 40 kilometers from Bung Khong Long. On both sides of the falls are verdant thick forest, some parts is stone cliff with an abundant flower display. Alighting from the boat it is a short walk to view the falls. Near the waterfall is the remarkable red sandstone cliff, the symbol of the northeast.The waterfall can be visited throughout the year, except during March-April.
Jim Thompson Farm: It is situated in the Pak Thong Chai district of Nakhon Ratchasima province, about a four-hour drive from Bangkok. The farm, which covers an area of 721 rai (280 acres), was established in 1988 primarily for producing silkworm eggs and silk cocoons. It later started opening to the public annually in 2001 as an agritourism attraction.
Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns: Sukhothai was the capital of the first Kingdom of Siam in the 13th and 14th centuries. It has a number of fine monuments, illustrating the beginnings of Thai architecture. The great civilization which evolved in the Kingdom of Sukhothai absorbed numerous influences and ancient local traditions; the rapid assimilation of all these elements forged what is known as the ‘Sukhothai style’.
Koh Lipe : is a small island in the Southern part of the Thai Andaman Sea, is the southern most island in Thailand and is one of the many Butang Islands located in the beautiful Tarutao National Marine Park.