Pak Chong Map 2018

Pak Chong Map (Nakhon Ratchasima) Land of brave women, fine silk material, tasty Khorat Rice noodles, the Phimai historical site, and Dan Kwian pottery.Nakhon Ratchasima, otherwise known as Khorat, is the largest northeastern province, and the inhabitants of the province are mainly engaged in agricultural activities, growing such diverse cropsRead more…

Wang Nam Khiao Map 2018

Wang Nam Khiao Map (Nakhon Ratchasima) The so-called Switzerland of Isan, together with its widely known motto “Cool-climate town, abound with mountain ranges, plenty waterfalls, several fruit orchards, vast paradise of fog” cannot be anywhere else but Wang Nam Khiao district in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. The town seems to haveRead 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…

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…

Mae Sai Map (Chiangrai)

Mae Sai Map (Chiangrai) The quieter neighbor of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai is a land of outstanding natural beauty, where visitors looking to avoid the hordes can visit remote hill tribes, spot exotic wildlife, and check out the golden triangle, the former center of the world’s opium trade. Chiang RaiRead more…