Namuang-1 Waterfall

Namuang Falls is located in Na Muang Safari Park, a few kilometers north of Highway 4169 and is easily accessible from the highway. The Namuang-1 Waterfall is one of two waterfalls in the park. There are many layers of waterfalls, and the Namuang-1 Waterfall has a large pool, which is very perfect for swimming.

The park also offers a variety of travel packages. For example, forest adventures include elephant riding or ATV adventures and a thrilling forest ropeway experience along the waterfalls and rainforest gardens. Alternatively, you can explore the rainforest garden on foot. The entire adventure is accompanied by professionals and there is no need to worry about safety.

Projects are held twice a day at 9:00 and 13:00, and the tour lasts for more than five hours. The fees are 1600 baht for adults and 1200 baht for children. The elephant ride is held three times a day at 9:30, 13:00 and 15:30. Elephant ride for 1 hour will cost adult THB 1200 and child 700 baht; ride for half an hour will cost adult 700 baht and child 600 baht.

The Namuang-1 Waterfall has not too much water, and the width and height of the waterfall are not too good, but the restaurant in the scenic area allows everyone to rest for free or it is very good. Located in the center of Koh Samui, the cool water vapor blows up and is much cooler than in the sea. It’s so cool and relaxing, and most of the waterfalls are flowing down the rocks. You can relax on the big stones, because most of the water on the beach is cool. When the weather is hottest, it is recommended that you come here earlier. It is more like a swimming pool, and many Thai locals gather here.

The Namuang-1 Waterfall area is very slippery and it is difficult to walk. It is recommended not to wear slippers. Parking is available at a fee of 20 baht. The Namuang-1 Waterfall is suitable for you to visit at the summer rainy season when it has a large amount of rainfall and you can swim inside.

Doi Suthep

Doi Suthep is located in the western suburbs of Chiang Mai, at an altitude of more than 1,600 meters. It is a famous Buddhist shrine in Thailand. There is Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep on the hill, and you can overlook Chiang Mai from the viewing point, and there is the Bhubing Palace, which is the summer residence of the King of Thailand. The mountains are densely forested, the flowers are blooming, the climate is cool and pleasant, and the air is very fresh, attracting many tourists to visit.

You can go to the Doi Suthep along the winding road, but there are many steep roads and it is not suitable for cycling. Most of the tourists takes the car from the Chiang Mai University at the foot of the mountain. Some people rent a motorcycle to ride up the mountain, but the mountain road is steep and there are many corners. It is not recommended doing like this.

Visiting Doi Suthep is to visit Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep on the mountainside for a ticket of 30 baht. After visiting Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, there is Bhubing Palace to the west, but the distance between the two places is more than 4 kilometers. You can continue to take a double car to go there. The fare is about 20 baht, but sometimes it will not get off the bus if there is not so many tourists. You can charter a car to go there as it would be more convenient.

Bhubing Palace is a typical Thai building with white walls and yellow tiles. Every year from December to January, it is extremely cool. From January to March, Thai royal family members will come to live here. Visitors can visit in other months, tickets are 50 baht, the garden is open every day, and the interior of the palace is only open on weekends and holidays. The park is lush and lush, and is planted with plants such as roses and sage. The scenery there is beautiful.

Out of Bhubing Palace, continue to the northwest, there is a village there, but fewer tourists will go deeper. Under Doi Suthep, next to Chiang Mai University, it is the Chiang Mai Zoo, near Nimmanhaemin Road, and at the foot of the south side of the mountain there is the Chiang Mai Night Zoo. You can plan it and spend a whole day in this area.

Nimmanahaeminda Road

In the northwest of the Chiang Mai Old City, there is a Nimmanahaeminda Road, between the old city and Chiang Mai University. It is a famous fashion gathering place and a favorite place for young people in Chiang Mai. From the main entrance of Chiang Mai University under Doi Suthep Mountain, turn right and walk for 20 minutes to the second traffic light and then turn right, you will arrive at the Nimmanahaeminda Road.

Nimmanahaeminda Road has a lot of vehicles on the main road, but you can not only stroll on this main road, but also on many quiet roads perpendicular to Nimmanahaeminda Road. The branch road in Thailand is called Soi, which is mainly concentrated in the singular branch road on the east side of Nimmanahaeminda Road, so don’t miss it when you visit. It is recommended to circulate the branches 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17 from the east side of Nimmanahaeminda Road. If you are still interested and physically active, go to Nimmanahaeminda Road to go across the countless roads.

However, remember to go shopping at 16:00 or 17:00 in the afternoon, because many shops do not open the door if you go there early. The pace of life here is relatively slow, and most people live here more leisurely.

There are many architectures with different styles in the whole block. There are European styles and traditional Southeast Asian styles. From time to time, there are also four-faced Buddhas that the Thais believe most. However, the most eye-catching is the colorful cartoon sculptures, which are inspired by the theme of the store. You will find deer, dinosaurs, etc. along the way, many tourists like taking photos with them.

Walking on Nimmanahaeminda Road, you will find a variety of shops, cafes, bars, fashion shops, and most of them are opened by designers, artists and actresses. The design feeling is strong, even if you just walk around there, it is very incomparable. In short, if you are looking somewhere to go shopping or enjoy the life of Chiang Mai Old City, Nimmanahaeminda Road is one of your best choices.

Bangkok Restaurants: Laab Ubon

For Bangkok people, Northeastern cuisine should be the most suitable cuisine for dinner. There are roasted and fried dishes, which are suitable for drinking wine; and a variety of salads are appetizing, together with a few other hot stir-fry seafood and Chinese meals, basically it can satisfy the stomach of most diners. More than half of the food stalls are marked by the Northeastern cuisine, such as Loong Yai near the Victory Monument, Jae Koy and Silom near Rachathawi. Larb Ped Yasothorn is a great place to gather and eat. The Laab Ubon restaurant, which is located near BTS Surasak, is also one of the classic stalls where office workers often gather after work. The northeastern cuisine of this store is more comprehensive and of course the location is better.

The environment of the Laab Ubon is actually good according to the standard of the food stalls, but the premise is that you like the food stalls. The most eye-catching part of the Laab Ubon is a few special ovens at the door, one for grilled chicken, one for grilled fish, and one for seafood and pork neck, which attract passers-by entering into the store. Eating the Northeastern food, the grilled food must be tasted.

Grilled pork neck meat can be a try, and if you are lucky, you can taste the freshly baked meat there, which is very delicious. If you want to taste the salad, you can choose it according to your reference. It is very great to taste the fried chicken wings or fried duck tongue. If you want to eat spicy soup, you should have a bowl of chicken claw soup in the store, as it is stewed to be very soft and the meat is separated from the bones, and the gel is full; it is very refreshing. If you like to eat hot-dishes, you will not be disappointed. There are northeast stalls in Bangkok’s that can’t do this. The familiar spinach is accompanied by the stir-fry seafood. The price is basically between 40-200 baht, which is much cheaper than the new-style Thai restaurant. It is just right to go to Asiatique after having dinner at Laab Ubon.

Laab Ubon Address: Near Bts Surasak

Per capita consumption: around 300 baht

Business hours: 17:00 PM- 3:00 AM

Bangkok Restaurants: Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu

Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu (ต้มยํากุ้งบางลําพู) has lot of local fans in Thailand, and TV shows have promoted it for several occasions. It is close to the Khao Sun Road where there are many European and American customers gather, and many bloggers help to promote the restaurant. Now the popularity of the Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu has created a wonderful contrast with the sloppy store environment, which makes people more curious. The street where the Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu is located near the Khao Sun Road. It is a small clothing market in the local area. There are all stalls on both sides of the street. There is nothing worthy of a visit. The dining environment here is not comfortable, the street is the restaurant. But in terms of cooking, Tom Yum Kung is an absolutely signature dish of the Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu. About Tom Yum Kung, to be delicious, the soup color must be beautiful, and must be turbid and rich. The excellent Tom Yum Goong relies on the shrimp head cream to increase the thickness of the soup.

The shrimps of Tom Yum Kung must be freshwater shrimps; the head of the shrimps should be big and the cream should be enough and the shrimps with the eggs are the best. The freshwater shrimp in the Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu was treated in advance (head and body is separated, and remove the shell of the abdomen), which look loose and sloppy, but it is not horrible on the table.

However, it is impressive to cook a bowl of soup. The shrimp cream is completely mixed into the soup, giving the whole soup an attractive golden yellow color. Not only that, but everything, including ingredients in the Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu is better than that of other stores. In addition to Tom Yum Kung, Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu has a lot of Chinese hot speculation to try. Two people dinning there just need one bowl of Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu and two hot fried dishes, two bowls of rice and then 1 drink, and you will feel very happy and very satisfied. And it just costs about 400 baht.

Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu Address: Middle section of Soi Kraisi;

Per capita of consumption: 200-300 baht;

Opening hours: 9.30AM-19:30 PM, closed on Monday.

Phuket Shopping: Jungceylon

Phuket is located in Thailand, in the south of Thailand. It is a narrow and long island extending from north to south. Phuket is a large island with a vast area of ​​about 540 square kilometers. As a city that makes a fortune by tourism, Phuket’s shopping conditions are also very good. Compared with the capital Bangkok, there is not much difference. In addition to the Central Festival Phuket and Jungceylon, Thailand’s largest King Power Duty Free Shop is also set subbranch here. There are also special night markets and shopping streets where you can go shopping. There are many good things to buy in Phuket, such as batik, tin products, Thai silk, tin products, cashew nuts and dried fruit. Anyway, shopping in Phuket will definitely make you satisfied.

Phuket Jungceylon is the first choice for tourists who live in Patong Beach to go shopping. This was once the largest shopping mall in Phuket. Although it is ranked second, it still can’t stop its “charm”. It features the excellent location: the center of Patong area, and the front door is Bar Street, the back door is Banzan Seafood Market and Patong Night Market. It takes 10 minutes to walk to Patong Beach. It is a convenient place to eat, drink and have fun. Jungceylon is one of the most popular shopping malls for tourists in Thailand.

There is a huge steamship in front of the Jungceylon shopping mall. It is very dazzling. When you enter into the Jungceylon, you will find that the B1 building is mainly selling souvenir, and the first floor is Big C and food and beverage outlets such as DQ, Haldas, Starbucks, McDonald’s and so on. Upstairs are a variety of stores including brand clothing, skin care cosmetics such as Lee, Levis, Wacoal, Dai Anfen, Lacoste, Adidas and other brands, and they worth a visit.

Business hours of the Jungceylon: shopping area opens during 11:00-22:00 from May-October, 11:00-23:00 from November-April; Big C supermarket opens from 10:00-22:00.

Address: Rat-u-thit 200 Pee Road, Patong, Kratu, Phuket.

Thailand Restaurants: Solar Chicken Thailand to Enjoy the Delicious Barbecue

There is a roadside rotisserie that is called Solar Chicken Thailand in Muang District, Phetchaburi Province, two hours’ drive from south of Bangkok. The store is small and the decoration is very general. However, the barbecue inside is very distinctive. It is not roasted by fire, nor charcoal fire, but by sun!

The owner of the Solar Chicken Thailand, Sila Sutharat, uses the solar equipment to roast the meat. The “fire” is also derived from the more than 1,000 small mirrors. When the sun rises, these mirrors reflect the sunlight onto the reflector. When he is grilling the meat, he can start the barbecue by simply adjusting the grill to the mirrored position. Sila Sutharat said that the self-made equipment can reach up to 312 degrees Celsius and can cook 1.2 kilograms of chicken in just 12 minutes. So, every time you are at the barbecue, he will be “armed” by wearing long sleeves and wearing a welder-like mask to avoid burns.

Although the process of roasting is cumbersome, the meat roasted through the “sun” tastes better than the meat baked in the traditional charcoal grill and oven. The meat is very juicy and the color is more golden and shinier, which is very appetizing. And the meat baked in this way is completely natural and pollution-free “green food.”

Because the solar barbecue is completely baked by the sun, in order to ensure the taste, it can only be carried out in the strongest 5 or 6 hours of the sun, so the barbecue made every day is very limited, and it can roast up to 40 chickens or other meats. It’s almost impossible to taste it if you go there late, and you often need to make an appointment if you want to try it. If you want to feel the charm of the solar barbecue, remember to make an appointment in advance.

Solar Chicken Thailand details are listed below:

Address: สามแยกกลุ่มสะแก บ้านเลขที่ 219 ตำบลหนองสโน เมือง เพชรบุรี Tambon Chong Sakae, Amphoe Mueang Phetchaburi, Chang Wat Phetchaburi 76000

Phone number: 032 428 250

Business hours: 8:00-18:30 from Tuesday to Sunday

Bangkok Restaurants: Boon Tong Kiat

The restaurant is called Boon Tong Kiat, which must be admitted to be very similar to Singapore’s famous Boon Tong Kee, but the two stores have nothing to do with it. Boon Tong Kiat was first opened by Singaporeans, but the Thais have taken over for a long time, so all aspects of the restaurant are common Thai style, looking old-fashioned but still quite comfortable. Regarding the Hainanese chicken rice in Bangkok, the local food review will also rank Boon Tong Kiat at a top place. The chicken here is relatively fresh and juicy, and the taste of the rice is also fuller. The price is 65 baht, which is much more expensive than some other restaurants in Bangkok, but the quantity is really enough for you.

In addition to Hainanese chicken rice, the store also sells roast meat, noodles and even hot fried food. After all, there are many white-collar workers around, and only chicken rice is not enough to satisfy the public appetite. On this basis, the boss of Boon Tong Kiat developed the multi-rice meal, which is basically a combination of pork roast, roast duck, roast meat, duck miscellaneous, and white-cut chicken, to be paired with rice. The lunch here is about 100 baht and it is naturally the standard main meal, which is very popular among white-collar workers. For tourists, the classic chicken rice is a must, and the rest is just as needed. The Bak Kut Teh in the Boon Tong Kiat costs 65 baht. Unlike Singapore, the taste is heavier but the ingredients are very great. You can also try it.

Per capita consumption in Boon Tong Kiat: 100 baht

Address: Thong Lor Street 440/5

Opening hours: 10:00-22:00

If you are interested, you can also try Buay Pochana. The store on Thong Lor Street is not a new restaurant, but it has a history of 16 years. The dishes in the Buay Pochana are all around the duck, such as duck noodle, duck rice, duck wing, etc. The hot-sale duck leg/duck noodle is priced at 55 baht. Local diners will usually add a dish of duck platter or a plate of duck chops. It is served with the hot sauce in the Buay Pochana. The taste is superior. And you can try it.

Bangkok Nightlife: Best Bangkok Night Markets

Do you know the best Bangkok Night Markets? If you know, you can fully enjoy the nightlife while going shopping to buy some local gadgets in Thailand. And here are the recommendations for the best Bangkok Night Markets for you in the follows:


Compared to the ตลาดนัดกลางคืนรถไฟรัชดา night market, the ตลาดนัดกลางคืนรถไฟศรีนครินทร์ night market is closer to the city centre, and there are also many second-hand and vintage collections. There are also a variety of snack shops and bars. Behind the market there are the drink and snack area which offers live music performance and cheap whiskey, making ตลาดนัดกลางคืนรถไฟรัชดา night market a great place to relax.

Stores Recommended: Holy Shrimp, Little Farm, OHO หน้าหม้อ, Rabbit Pot กระต่ายขายหม้อ, โจ๊กจอมพลัง

Opening hours: daily during 17:00 p.m.-01:00 a.m.

ตลาดนัดกลางคืน กกท

Although there is “sports” in the name of this ตลาดนัดกลางคืน กกท night market, the whole night market has nothing to do with sports. There are more than 400 shops, goods for sale here are mainly clothing, and there are also shoes, bags and mobile phones equipment, pet supplies, handicrafts, cosmetics, small household, and second-hand goods, as well as a lot of delicious Thai snacks, everything is available in the ตลาดนัดกลางคืน กกท night market.

Stores Recommended: ส้มตําขอนแก่น, หม่าม้าสุกี้กวางตุ้ง, ต.โต้งหอยนางรมสดซีฟู้ด (แซ่บ), แสบดากกระชากลิ้นไก่

Opening hours: every day except Wednesday, during 16:00 p.m.-23:00 a.m.

ตลาดกลางคืน ถนนข้าวสาร

ตลาดกลางคืน ถนนข้าวสาร night market should be the most famous night market in Bangkok. There are many foreigners here. There are many food stalls on both sides of the street. There are also many bars and coffee houses on both sides. You can hear rhythm at any time on the road. The sound of music is very lively. However, due to the large number of foreign tourists at the night market in ตลาดกลางคืน ถนนข้าวสาร, prices here are relatively expensive.

Opening hours: 16:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m. next day. There are also stores open on Khao San Road during the day, but they are not as lively as that of at night.

Bangkok Restaurants: Mae Varee

In terms of eating in Bangkok, the overall consumption of Thong Lor Street is high. After all, a large number of international cuisines and new-style meals are gathered here. Even local cuisines there are delicacy style, and the environment is comfortable, making the price expensive.

From BTS Thonglor down to the main street of Thong Lor, the first restaurant you can see is the Mae Varee. Many people should have heard of this restaurant. As a mango glutinous rice restaurant, Mae Varee should be listed in the top 3 restaurants in the whole Bangkok. Some people may not have any appreciative ability for this dish. You may have gone to some famous restaurants to try it, but you don’t feel the difference. But the mango glutinous rice of the Mae Varee is already the best. The mango it uses is not different as other restaurants. As it is big and the sweetness is average but the flesh is delicate, the appearance is good, the peel is bright yellow, and they are placed at the door attractively.

In addition to selling mango glutinous rice, there are also dried mangoes, green beans and other traditional desserts. The price is really not cheap, the mango glutinous rice is almost 5 dollars, but there are many locals entering the store. From the experience of tourism, it is a great shop for tourists.

This mango glutinous rice is best to eat as soon as possible. As the taste will be worse after a long time, but it is regrettable that basically all the old stores do not have comfortable dining conditions. Because of this, some people instead recommend looking for a mango dessert restaurant like MakeMeMango to enjoy the air conditioner. However, if you just live nearby and you are enjoying eating mango, it is recommended to buy it and take back to the hotel to taste.

Per capita consumption in the Mae Varee: 200 baht

Address: Entrance to Thong Lor Street

Opening hours: 6:00-22:00