Wat Pho Thai Massage

“Thai Traditional Medicine and Massage School” opened in Wat Pho has trained a large number of professional Thai medicine practitioners and massage technicians. The massage room is crowded, but the environment of Wat Pho is unparalleled. The technicians are really professional, and the price here will be more expensive than the outside store. But enjoying a Thai massage is also to enjoy the nightlife in Bangkok.

Wat Pho’s Royal Massage Academy is mentioned in many travel guides in Bangkok. You can go to experience it. When you go, you may catch up with the peak time. After being informed that you may need to wait 40 minutes after picking up the number, you can go for an immediate experience in the branch store that is not far away, after confirming again that the service and price of the branch store are the same as that of the headquarter, you agree with this suggestion, and the waiter takes you there by walking for seven or eight minutes to enjoy the Wat Pho Thai Massage in an alley. The branch looks pretty decent, and the signboard also writes the Wat Pho Thai Massage.

Spending 260 Baht can experience a half-hour Thai massage. You’ll feel your muscles stretch a lot when you are pressed and kneaded from head to toe. Personally, you will think it’s still good!

The price of Wat Pho Thai Massage is a bit high, but the overall environmental facilities and professionalism are also very good, and the surrounding scenery is also beautiful.

Tourists who come to Thailand should try the unique Thai massage. This shop is located in a concentrated area where there will be a lot of tourists, so the scale is quite large and relatively formal. Many tourists who have experienced it are very satisfied with the Wat Pho Thai Massage.

Woolloomooloo Cafe & Bar Bangkok

Woolloomooloo Cafe & Bar in Bangkok is located in Ratchada. It features the clean and simple Korean style, making a lot of coffee lovers come to experience food and experience the elegance of the environment. The owner of Woolloomooloo Cafe & Bar is a Korean. She has carefully crafted this cafe to serve customers around the clock. This café has two floors. The interior decoration is simple and clean. The transparent glass creates a sense of ventilation and comfort. The white tone of the space creates a warm feeling. The environment of the entire café is elegant and chic. In addition to being a comfortable place to eat, it has plenty of corners for taking beautiful photos.

Most of the dishes in the Woolloomooloo Cafe & Bar are vegetarian. Because the owner wants to change the public’s mindset so that everyone can eat more vegetarian food, the owner has created many special dishes that not only look good, but also taste very delicious. Apple Brie toast is paired with brie cheese and apples, and finally sweet honey syrup is added to add flavor to the dish, which is refreshing. Caprese Cold Pasta is a special pasta with a scent of cheese. It is also delicious with tomato, cherry and basil pesto sauce.

Terrine Cheese is a delicious dessert with two flavors of cheese and chocolate. The soft and tender cheese with a special flavor makes this dessert especially suitable for cheese lovers. For those who want to sit back and relax, you can taste a glass of wine; for those who like to enjoy music, you must not miss White Sangria, which is very refreshing and relaxing.

Dishes highly recommended:

Apple Brie-220 Baht

Caprese Cold Pasta-260 baht

Terrine Cheese-120 Baht

Einspanner-105 baht

White Sangria-300 Baht

Business hours: 10: 30—20: 00

Phone: 09-5757-4990

Per capita consumption: 101-300 baht

Address: Vibhavadi Rangsit 16, Din Daeng District, Bangkok

Red Oven Restaurant

The Red Oven Restaurant is located on the 7th floor of SO Sofitel Bangkok. The international buffets in the restaurant are all made by experienced masters. They gather special foods from all over the world and give you high-end luxury cuisine. Here you can enjoy delicious food while experiencing the characteristic beauty of Bangkok, and the lush greenery of Lumpini Park is clearly visible, which instantly makes you feel refreshed.

The Red Oven Restaurant fully demonstrates the “fire” element in the Five Elements. The interior design of the restaurant is based on the fire red theme. The high-end elegant design is coupled with the hot lighting effect. No matter whether it is single people, couples, or groups, they will be attracted by the red decoration. The seafood buffet in the restaurant can definitely meet the expectations of all seafood lovers. Shrimp, crab, fish, and shellfish are available for you to enjoy the delicious food here.

Red Oven Restaurant purchases fresh seafood every week from all over the world and prepares it carefully. Each person here has 3 hours of free time to enjoy the food. You can choose your favorite food at will to ensure that you are satisfy with it. In addition, there are excellent wines for you to taste.

Sliced French salmon is put it in bread with shrimp, shellfish, etc. Finally, you can drizzle with Italian cheese, and taste it with a bite to enjoy the deliciousness! Seafood platter features a variety of seafood, which is served with perfect seafood sauce to keep delicious. For those who like to eat sweets, here you can also taste a variety of exquisite and small cakes, desserts, chocolates, ice cream, etc.

Phone: 0-2624-0000

Business hours: 6: 30-22: 30 every day

Transportation: MRT: Lumpini; BTS: Saladaeng

Address: 7th Floor, 2 N Sathon Rd, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

Wihan Thep Sathit Phra Ki Ti Chaloem

Wihan Thep Sathit Phra Ki Ti Chaloem was built in 1995 and took 4 years to finish its building. The original intention was to celebrate the 72nd birthday of the King of Thailand, so the scale is large (6400 square meters nearly ten acres), and it will not be too far away from the Pattaya, just in Chonburi Province, Thailand.

Entering the shrine, the giant lotus-shaped fountain is in sight. It is Nha Ja Sa Tai Jue who is so heroic in the pond. If you look closer, you will find Nha Ja Sa Tai Jue wearing armor, and it is surrounded by several dragons, but it does not seem to be in a state of struggle with it, but like his servants. However, the most impressive thing in the whole temple really is not Nha Ja Sa Tai Jue, but the dragon statue that can be seen everywhere. According to statistics, there are a total of 2840 dragon statues!

In addition to enshrining Nha Ja Sa Tai Jue, there are other Taoist deities in the temple. The main hall is divided into upper, middle, and lower floors. The lower floors are set with the goddesses such as Merciful Ferry; the middle floor is composed of several sacred gods such as the Jade Emperor and Lord Lao Zi; and the upper floor is provided with Taiyi Tianzun. It is really gratifying to see so many Chinese deities in this Buddhist country.

Finally, after visiting Wihan Thep Sathit Phra Ki Ti Chaloem, which is rich in traditional Chinese culture, you can also go to Pattaya Siam Legend Theme Park which is not far away, to experience the most authentic Thai folk customs!

Wihan Thep Sathit Phra Ki Ti Chaloem Info:

Address: 1/13 M.5 | Ang Sila subdistrict, Chonburi 20000, Thailand

Phone: 038398381-3

Tips: there is fast food and parking available in the temple

Chiang Mai

In the cool season, Chiang Mai, which is known as the Rose City of Northern Thailand, has more coolness. This time of year is the peak season of Chiang Mai tourism. Visitors come from all directions to experience the unique charm of Chiang Mai and feel a little chill, taste the most traditional cuisine and admire the most enchanting scenery.

I Love Flower Farm

I Love Flower Farm, located in Mailin County, Chiang Mai Province, is a business card in Mailin County, attracting tourists from home and abroad. The fascinating flower sea is a must-see for many tourists who come to Chiang Mai. When you take photos in the beautiful flower sea, you will feel that every angle is beautiful. The flower field covers an area of 8 rais. The brightly colored flowers are blossoming in the sun. White daisy, purple lavender, pale pink Margaret, bright flowers are particularly dazzling in the sun, forming a piece of spray under the breeze. When accompanied by a touch of floral fragrance, you will indulge in this romantic flower sea.

I Love Flower Farm is so fascinating and romantic. You don’t have to worry about too many tourists there, because the farm only allows 200 tourists to visit every day, so that you can take super photos.

Entrance fee: 70 baht

Opening hours: 9:00 – 18:00

Address: 33Mueang Kaeo, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai

Dara Pirom Palace Museum

There are many Thai works in the museum, reflecting the characteristics of the Lanna culture, telling the legend life of the princess. The Retro Palace Museum allows you to experience the ancient Romance of Siam, feel the traces of history that have passed by in time, and take a photo in the chronological history museum, as if you have crossed back to that era. It is a romantic experience in Chiang Mai.

Opening hours: 9:00 – 17:00

Address: Mae Rim TaiSub-district, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai

Nakhon Pathom Museums

Nakhon Pathom Museums

Although Nakhon Pathom is a small city in Thailand, it hides a lot of interesting museums.

Thai Human Imagery Museum

In addition to fame, the Nakhon Pathom Thai Human Imagery Museum is no worse than Madame Tussaud. This is the first wax museum in Thailand. All the wax figures are from the hands of local artists. The theme is also very rich. In addition to the world famous people, it also includes traditional Thai people’s livelihood, Bangkok dynasty, religious etiquette, etc.

Opening hours: 9:00-17:30

Address: 43/2 Moo1, Boromratchachonni Rd., Km.31, Kunkaew, Nakhonchaisri, Nakhonpathom

Tickets: 300 baht/adult, half price for children

Jesada Technik Museum

Jesada Technik is a private museum that specializes in retro cars, buses, trains, planes and even submarines around the world. The total number of exhibits currently exceeds 500, and most of them are in good condition. Although there are no luxury cars, the strange cars from all over the world decades ago undoubtedly make it a great place to take photos.

Opening hours: 9:00-17:00, closed on Monday

Address: 100 Moo 2 Ngio Rai, Nakorn Chaisri, Nakorn Pathom 73120

Tickets: Free admission

Owl Art Museum

The Owl Art Museum, located near Jesada, has done its best on singularity. More than 2,000 owl-related exhibits are on display in a small thatched cottage. Anything you can imagine or cannot imagine unexpectedly has the shadow of an owl here. In addition to the daily exhibitions, the museum also introduces art classes about painting for children every day. If you are interested, when you come to Nakhon Pathom, just don’t forget to come here.

Opening hours: 9:00-18:00, closed on Monday

Tickets: 40 baht for adults and 20 baht for children

Address: 10/3 Moo 1 | Thai Ya Wat, Nakhon Chai Si 73120, Thailand

Patpong Night Market

Patpong Night Market is Bangkok’s most famous sightseeing night market. Most of the consumers are foreign tourists, so the price needs to be bargained. There are so many things for sale here, and it’s fun to take a stroll there. In addition, Patpong Night Market is still a bar street which is very lively.

When you come to Thailand, how can you not go to the night market? Patpong Night Market is one of the most famous night markets in Thailand. When you come here at 21:00 in the evening, you will find that there are still so many people, you can find various food here. There are a lot of food stalls, and the stall owners are mostly very enthusiastic. There are many fruits, durians, mangoes, smoothies, barbecues, etc., and it is the feast of food.

The Patpong Night Market is medium in size and may not be as good as other night markets. The atmosphere of the night market here is relatively dark, but it is also relatively clean, and the biggest advantage of this night market is that tourists are not too many, and it is lively, so here you will be more relaxed. And although the food is not the most, it can also meet your food requirements.

Patpong Night Market is very lively at night. Thai fresh fruit, barbecue, and seafood are all available here. Every booth is close to each other. It is very atmospheric. It is a good place to go for a walk and eat snacks at night. The stalls here are open to business every day, and the prices here are not expensive, so you can choose to buy your favorite gadgets. The fruits here are very cheap, and they are all tropical fruits, and are delicious.

Patpong Night Market is very close to the King Power Duty Free Shop, and there are several boots drugstores nearby, making it perfect for shopping at night.

Nakhon Pathom

The name Nakhon Pathom comes from Nagara Pathama, meaning the first city. Pali is an ancient Hindi language and is the written language of most existing Buddhist scriptures. As the name implies, this is the first missionary place of Buddhism in Thailand.

Nakhon Pathom is located in the alluvial plain of the Chao Phraya River and has vast rainforests, fertile soil and abundant water. This gives Nakhon Pathom unlimited potential for development. For now, Nakhon Pathom has become an important agro-industrial production base in the metropolitan area of Bangkok.

In addition, he also assumes the role of Bangkok University City. Many prestigious universities, such as Mahidol University, have opened campuses in Nakhon Pathom. These outstanding young people have brought creative fresh blood to Nakhon Pathom. This is a place with history, connotation, and energy and creativity. It must be quite interesting.

The hustle and bustle of the Tha Chin River has become a popular destination for young people to enjoy dating in Bangkok. As a tributary of the Chao Phraya River, Tha Chin rushes to the sea in Nakhon Pathom. The place that these rivers pass through are flat and open, and at first glance you can see trees and water there. The size of the house and the market in the shadows reflect the life attitude of the Thai people. There is no reason not to recommend it to you to have a visit during your trip in Bangkok.

If you just want to experience the floating house on the water, you don’t have to go to Kanchanaburi. On the banks of the Tha Chin River, there are more than a dozen unique cafes and hotels. The Riva Floating Cafe is from the riverside hotel parnDhevi and is located on the open banks near Don Wai and Sampran. The café is completely above the water and is connected to the land only by a small bridge. The area is small but the decoration is quite delicate. When you are travelling at Nakhon Pathom, just don’t miss it.

Pattaya Sea-View Restaurants Recommendations

Chocolate Factory Pattaya

The familiar chocolate factory is actually next door to the Sky Gallery. As the second brand store of Chocolate Factory, after experiencing the scenery of Khao Yai, the store has a high selection standard in terms of location and specifications.

Invincible and spacious indoor space with frontal floor-to-ceiling windows, makes the interior and exterior almost be integrated, and you can enjoy unrivalled sea views in every corner. In particular, the large terrace in the back hall is more open than the dense shade of The Sky Gallery. At sunset, it is a better dining option.

If you are not interested in sea view and western food, don’t forget their signature chocolate. Just coming over to buy something or take a photo will be a great experience. In addition, the Chocolate Factory Pattaya will hold the Chocolate Workshop on the working day, and you can’t miss it. Specifically, it can be queried on the official website.

Chocolate Factory Pattaya Restaurant Information

Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00

Phone: +66 92 467 8884

Address: 12 Soi Rajchawaroon, Pratamnuk Road, Pattaya, 20150

The Breezeo

If you are particularly picky about the restaurant service, the Royal Cliff, which is a top hotel with over 40 years of history and thousands of rooms, makes picking a good location and opening a good restaurant is so easy.

Breezeo, as the group’s newest restaurant, gives you the refreshing sensation of the sea breeze  just by name. Unlike the Sky Gallery, Breezeo has a lower altitude and is closer to the coast. Although it lacks the grandeur of the sea view, it also draws closer to the ocean.

And you do not need to worry about Breezeo’s service and production standards as it is a hotel restaurant, but the choice of Thai food is more traditional, with no surprises. The most famous sign is the cocktail menu of more than 100 choices. You can also do it yourself and have the chance to be on the celebrity wall of the Royal Cliff.

The Breezeo Restaurant Information

Opening hours: 11:00 – 23:00

Phone: (+66) 38 250421

Address: Royal Cliff Beach Hotel & Royal Cliff Beach Terrace

Rabbit Hill: A Gourmet Lounge in Chinatown, Bangkok

The Rabbit Hill Lounge is run by three people, Pao, Num and Korn. The lounge is in retro style, and entering the lounge is like traveling back in time to 1950-1970, where the Chinese songs and foreign songs are interlaced. The Rabbit Hill’s layout is a Chinese-style attic structure with red color as the main color. The biggest highlight is the small steep staircase in the middle of the Rabbit Hill. There are many long tables and chairs in the lounge area, and the study room is decorated with lanterns, giving people a very warm feeling.

Deep-fried tofu balls of 150 Baht are the hottest dish in the Rabbit Hill. The tofu is fried to be crispy and served with Hong Kong garlic, chilli sauce or chicken sauce, to make it very delicious. If you want to taste the full-bodied dishes, it is highly recommended the abalone rice that is 250 baht. This dish is made by Pao’s mother. The full rice is infused with the essence of abalone sauce. It tastes very mellow and smells great.

After drinking beer, you may want to drink a little soup. The 300-baht red soup fish gelatin must not be missed. It uses Hong Kong’s high-quality fish gelatin and simmers for 9 hours. The soup is thick, and it is full of aroma. In addition to food, there are also beer and other Asian-style wines such as plum wine and Hong Kong craft beer, as well as a wide variety of wines for you to have a try.

Just eat some special snacks in a quiet atmosphere, or have a drink, and the time will flow quietly.

Address: 1 Peace Road, Pom Prap Sattru Phai District Bangkok

Business hours: 17:00-24:00 daily

Tel: 09 2646 6636

Facebook: rabbithillbkk

Per capita consumption: 300-500 Baht