Songkhla Map

Songkhla Map Songkhla is both one of Thailand’s most important port cities and a coastal province known for its ethnic diversity and its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment.An outpost of the Srivijaya Empire from Sumatra (c. 7th century C.E.), Songkhla served as a port and a coastal trading postRead more…

Kalasin Map

Kalasin Map Option in Kalasin, Thailand As a province somewhat off the typical tourist route, Kalasin can only be reached directly via private car or public bus. However, it is possible to take a train or plane to nearby Khon Kaen and then a short bus to Kalasin. Once there,Read more…

Koh Kood Map (Trat)

Ko Kut Map (Trat) Option in Koh Kood, Thailand It is only possible to get to Koh Kood by boat from Trat or Koh Chang. Once on the island rental transportation is possible directly from hotels and resorts. Getting Around Koh Kood There are no taxis on the island soRead more…

Ko Chang Map (Trat)

Ko Chang Map (Trat) With no less than 50 offshore isles, Koh Chang boasts the finest red gems, sweet Rakam fruits, indigenous dogs, the historic Koh Chang Naval engagement, and is the eastern-most province in Thailand. Ko Chang (Elephant Island) is Thailand’s second largest island and the primary destination forRead more…

Phu Ruea Map (Loei)

Phu Ruea Map (Loei) Phu Ruea, is a 1365 m high mountain in Loei Province, Thailand. It is located in Phu Ruea District, giving its name to the district. This mountain is part of the Phetchabun Mountains, a massif forming a natural boundary between North Thailand and Isaan. The peakRead more…

Surat Thani Map

Surat Thani Map The largest province of the South, Surat Thani was once a provincial capital of the 10th century Indonesian Srivijaya Empire, and now covers an area of approximately 13,000 square kilometers of both low basins and high plateaus with forested mountains, as well as some of Thailand’s mostRead more…

Sukhothai Map

Sukhothai Map Source of national heritage, the Thai alphabet, the best Loy Krathong celebration, firm foundation of Buddhism, fine Teen Jok cloth, ancient chinaware, holy Pho Khun (Ramkhamhaeng’s mother), dawn of happiness.Founded in the 13th century, Sukhothai, which literally means “Dawn of Happiness”, was the first truly independent Thai KingdomRead more…

Sakon Nakhon Map

Sakon Nakhon Map Having a long, culturally diverse history, Sakon Nakhon features a unique mixture of ancient traditions.Sakon Nakhon is in the upper northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It lies within the Phu Phan mountain range and features many forested temple retreats for Buddhist meditation, where a number of famousRead more…

Lampang Map

Lampang Map The charming city of horse drawn carriages and province with the king’s stable of white elephants at the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center.Most visitors simply visit Lampang to see the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center, bypassing Lampang town on their way to Chiang Mai and provinces farther north. However, whileRead more…

Mae Hong Son Map

Mae Hong Son Map Daily flights into Mae Hong Son’s small airport bring growing numbers of tourists, attracted by the spectacular scenery, numerous hill tribe communities, and soft adventure opportunities.For those familiar with the name, Mae Hong Son conjures fantastic images of rugged, mist enshrouded mountains where isolated tribal villagesRead more…