1. Pai – The Sleepy Town In The Mountains
Pai is a small town in northern Thailand’s Mae Hong Son Province, near the Myanmar border, about 80km north of Chiang Mai on the northern route to Mae Hong Son. It lies along the Pai River and has a population of less than 3,000. With is relaxed atmosphere, the town is full of cheap guesthouses, souvenir shops and restaurants. In the environs of the town are spas and elephant camps. Further outside of town, there are several waterfalls and a number of natural hot spring.
2. Khao Yai National Park – The Asian Heritage Park
Khao Yai National Park is the western part of the Sankampheang Mountain Range, at the southwestern boundary of the Khorat Plateau. The highest mountain in the area of the park is 1,351m high Khao Rom. It lies largely in Nakhan Ratchasima Province (Korat), but also includes part of Saraburi, Prachinburi and Nakhon Nayok Provinces. The Park is the third largest in Thailand and covers an area of 300 square km, including evergreen forest and grasslands. Its altitude mostly rangers from 400-1,000m above sea level. There are 3,000 species of plants, 320 species of birds and 66 species of animals. It waterfalls include the 80m Heo Narok and Heo Suwat made famous from the film The Beach. Namtok Sarika is popular with the Thais.
3. Trang – Land Of Unspoiled Beauty
The Trang River flows through the province from its origin in the Khao Luang mountain range and the Palian River flows from the Banthat mountains. The province of Trang has an area of approximately 5,000 square km and contains 46 islands together with the mainland area. Trang was an important sea port of southern Thailand. Legend says the ship always arrived in the morning, which led to the town’s name – Trang, from the Malay word of “light” (terang). The province was once a part of the ancient Kedah Kingdom.
4. Satun – Gateaway to the Andaman Islands
The name Satun is a Thai version of its original Malay name, Setul (santol, or wild mangosteen tree).
Satun is a quiet southern province known primarily by travelers for its spectacular if infrequently visited islands, particularly Koh Lipe and Koh Tarutao. Satun is located in the far south of Thailand, 980 kilometers from Bangkok. Most of the provincial inland is mountainous and the coastal region features more than 60 islands. As Satun borders Malaysia, a majority of Satun’s population is Muslim, many of whom are of Malaysian descent, adding a colorful character to the town, particularly in regards to food and clothing.
5. Nakhon Sri Thammarat – City of the Sacred Dharma King
Nakhon Si Thammarat, the second largest province in the south, lies 780 kilometers south of Bangkok. The capital of Nakhon Si Thammarat is one of the most ancient cities in Thailand, formerly the capital of the Kingdom of Ligor, which was an independent kingdom for many centuries and a historical center of Buddhism in ancient Thailand. Today Nakhon Si Thammarat is renowned for its shadow puppets, its beautiful countryside, and its beautiful and diverse temple architecture.
6. Tree Top Adventure Park – Adventure Park Krabi
Almost hidden beneath a dense jungle canopy and enclosed by piercing limestone cliffs lays Tree Top Adventure Park . As Ao Luek’s newest attraction, its discreet integration into nature contrasts to the exciting and thrilling sensations adventurers will experience. From one platform to another and from tree to tree, adventurers balance themselves through an assortment of games such as rope bridges, tarzan swings, flying skateboards, a tight rope walk, and giant zip lines. Tree Top Adventure Park’s is third location in Thailand after opening in Koh Chang, Trat and Pattaya, Chonburi.
7. Teddy Bear Museum Pattaya
Teddy Bear Museum Pattaya is the first and only museum in Southeast Asia. It is the new Teddy Bear Museum, which will offer all the difference happy and impression not the same as anywhere else in the world for all who visit. Enjoy with take the pictures of teddy bear, which has more than 2000. Dolls come in many sizes from small to large which each of them will fit into the concept of each zone. Meet 12 picture zones which each zone will have a different concept. You can feel the cuteness of those Teddy fully whether to hold or hug, temperature, light and sound that makes we feel like go into the world of Teddy really and there have a special show of Teddy Bear every Saturday and Sunday at Fairytale zone.
8. Go-Karting In Bangkok
For a city of its size, Go karting in Bangkok is rather limited with just 2 go karting tracks. Noted for being perhaps the best Thailand go karting track, Easy Kart is located in downtown Bangkok near the famous RCA district, and accessible from the BTS Skytrain or the airport link. The Easy Kart go karting track in Bangkok is one of the largest indoor tracks in Asia and offers leisure activities for people of all ages and a range of go karts can be provided with various engine sizes, from 100cc to 270cc to suit your requirements. This go karting track in Bangkok offers everything you could possible want for a fantastic racing experience and Easy Kart can cater for small groups of 2 or 3 to large private events for 20+ people. The opening time is 1pm – midnight however we can open early for large groups upon request.
9. Cartoon Network Amazone
The waterpark proved to be an instant hit when it splashed onto the scene at the end of 2014 with 10 exciting entertainment zones to discover. From powering up with Ben 10 on all-new high speed water rollercoasters, or going vertical with Jake from Adventure Time, there is an exhilarating splash landing for guests of all ages and adrenaline requirements. For the littler ones, the Powerpuff Girls, Gumball, Darwin, and other lovable Cartoon Network characters await at Cartoonival, the world’s largest aqua playground packed with over 150 water attractions.
Cartoon Network Amazone is located on the Eastern Seaboard in idyllic Bang Saray, Thailand. The waterpark is a short 20-minute drive south of Pattaya, and 90 minutes from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport. From Bangkok city center, it is approximately a two-hour drive to the toontastic world of Cartoon Network Amazone. They offer a daily shuttle service from Pattaya City.
PARK HOURS 10 AM – 6 PM
10. Vana Nava Hua Hin
Vana Nava Hua Hin, Asia’s first Water Jungle is located right in the heart of Thailand’s most renowned resort town of Hua Hin. Claiming to be the first ecologically and community aware waterpark in the region, Vana Nava Hua Hin has literally transformed an empty plot of land into a tropical jungle, with over 200,000 living species from across Thailand in its 20 Rai (3.2 hectares) property. Combining state of the art technology and modern facilities with 19 very exciting rides and slides from the World’s best, WhiteWater West industries, exciting Vana Nava Hua Hin is set to make a very big splash in Thailand’s tourism industry.
Opening Hours :-
Water Jungle Zone
Sunday – Thursday (1000 – 1800hrs)
Friday – Saturday (1000 – 2100hrs)
Sunday – Thursday (1000 – 2100hrs)
Friday – Saturday (1000 – 2300hrs)