No matter where to go, paying homage to the monks can be considered as an activity that Thai Buddhists always do when travel. Mae Hong Son has many religious places to visit such as Phra That Doi Kong Mu, Wat Phra Non, Wat Chong Kham - Chong Klang, Wat Fad Ku Mueang and Su Tong Pe Bridge.
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), as an organization that takes charge of promoting and developing the management system to meet international standards, has created a cultural conservation and the community way of life travel route with an important conceptual framework that is sustainable tourism.
Enjoy the outdoor museum in the middle of the silk village and the sufficiency economy way of life at Ban Sanuan Nok, Sanuan Subdistrict, Huai Ratch District, Buriram Province. Learn the art of silk weaving and join a creative activity workshop.
With a longer rainy season than other provinces, Ranong was named as a rainy city. With the rain falling almost all year round and the charm of its geography, Ranong has many good things and impressive stories to be discovered, like the motto of the province.
เช้าแห่งความสุข.. ที่ สุโขทัย The joy of a morning in Sukhothai พระอาทิตย์สาดแสงขึ้นมาจากขอบฟ้าไกลลิบ ระบายสีท้องฟ้ายามเช้าด้วยสีสันหลากหลาย สายหมอกที่ค่อยเคลื่อนตัวช้า ๆ ไปกับสลายลมจากแนวภูเขาด้านล่าง เผยให้เห็นตัวเมืองเก่าสุโขทัยตั้งอยู่ตรงด้านหน้า รายล้อมไปด้วยทุ่งท้องนาสายน้ำและร่องรอยประวัติศาสตร์ของชาติไทยแต่โบราณกาล วัด เจดีย์ สถูป และแนวถนนพระร่วงที่ทอดตัวยาวอยู่ด้านหน้า
The joy of a morning in Sukhothai
The sun shone up from the distant horizon, painted the morning sky with a variety of colors. The mist that moves slowly moves with the wind from the mountains below revealing the old town of Sukhothai, located directly in front surrounded by fields of rice and ancient Thai history traces.
Our eastern region produces fruit to market throughout the year because most people are engaged in agriculture especially the fruit orchard. At present, fruit orchard is also related in agricultural tourism providing knowledge and creating new experiences for tourists
Phrae Wa Silk Weaving Village, Ban Phon Subdistrict, Kham Muang District, Kalasin Province, is a village that is famous for Praewa silk. On November 29, 1977, Queen Sirikit (in the reign of King Rama IX) proceeded to visit the people at Kham Muang District and saw the Praewa silk. The queen was pleased and gave advice in order to promote the use of Praewa silk.
Is an OTOP village for weaving tourism. The weaving products here are recognized as excellent quality OTOP product. Villagers in this village are the descendants of Isaan people. Nowadays, people in the community still preserve the way of life, traditions, culture and weaving technique of Isaan people. Ban Roeng Kapong is also close to Khlong Manao village, Hmong hill tribe village and Udomsap village that tourists can visit.
Nakhon Chum Retro Market is another famous tourist attraction of Nakhon Chum Subdistrict, Mueang District, Kamphaeng Phet Province. Merchants there dress in Thai dress and sell Nakhon Chum food as well as contemporary food. Apart from food, there are products such as bamboo basketry and banana leaf handicraft for sales.
Ban Bangka is a tourist village that is outstanding in history. In 1766, King Taksin the Great (At that time he held the rank of Phraya Wachiraprakarn has gathered a number of Thai soldiers to break through the Burmese military that surrounded the Ayutthaya border from there to Chanthaburi and came to rest at Ban Bangkaja. The important historical site here is Wat Plub, Ban Nern Wong and famous products here are jewelry and reed mat.
Gem road, Mueang district, Chanthaburi Chantaburi province, is another name of Sri Chan road and Trok Krachang. This place is the biggest gemstone market in Chanthaburi province. Gem road is open on Fridays - Sundays from 09.00 hrs onwards. Apart from shopping for gemstone, you can see gem cutting and gem shaping demonstration from the merchants there as well.
Noen Sung Fruit Market, Tha Mai District, Chanthaburi Province, is a market for selling fresh fruits and dried fruits with the largest wholesale durian corner in Thailand. The market is open throughout the year but it will be lively with full of tourists during the fruit season from April to July. The fruits that sell here are such as rambutan, durian, zalacca, santol, langsat, longan, mangosteen, orange and mango.
With abundant nature, beautiful sea and the way of life, Ban Koh Pitak is a natural paradise for those who are interested in watching or studying nature including community way of life. Villagers have managed the area for tourism such as homestay service, boating, scuba diving and sightseeing
Huarodfai Market, located on Krom Luang Chumphon Road adjacent to Krom Luang Chumphon Court, is a night market that you can find a variety of foods and miscellaneous items. The restaurant there sell many kind of foods such as seafood, dim sum, rice, dessert and noodles. The famous menu of Huarodfai Market is Pad Thai.
Ban Khao Kob is famous for those who love adventure tourism. Tourists can enjoy with cruising activity along the river into the cave. There are many cave to visit there such as Tham Le Khao Kob, Tham Kon Tan, Tham Rak Sai and Tham Thong Phra Rong. The highlight of the route is Tham Mangkorn (The Dragon Cave) which has a low cave ceiling level that tourists have to lean flat against the boat when visit there. The famous product of Ban Khao Kop are Teptaro wood carve products. Teptero wood has a nice aroma and can be found only in Trang Province.
Is a market that offers a wide selection of products, including fresh food, desserts, dried food, flowers and clothing. The market is open from 1.00 - 10.00 hrs. There are many cheap food and miscellaneous items to choose from at affordable prices.
Ban Nam Chiao is an ecotourism attraction that combines a variety of tourism activities. There are bird watching tower and mangrove forest to visit. It is a community that coexist with 2 religions and 3 cultures: Thai, Chinese and Islam. A community product is handmade farmer’s hat. It was being selected as OTOP product of Ban Nam Chiao.
If you feel like having a massage, come and experience the massage Ban Pho Thong style. Ban Pho Thong massage is a local wisdom inherited among local people for a long time. Eventually, the massage has become the OTOP of Bang Pho Thong. Another notable product is a jade tree which is produced from materials in the community. A jade tree usually is used as a home decoration, believed to promote prosperity.
Rim Moei Market, located along the Moei River at the foot of the Thai-Myanmar Friendship Bridge opposite the city of Myawaddy, the Union of Myanmar, is a large market selling various kinds of local products of Thailand and Myanmar including imported products from China such as wood carving, wooden furniture, dried seafood, shiitake mushroom, dried fish maw, hilltribe clothing, fabrics, Burmese cosmetics and electronic appliances.
Doi Muser Local Market located along Highway No. 105 (line 12) Tak – Mae Sot, at Km 29 and 36. Experience the lifestyle of Thai hill tribes from Doi Muser that brings agricultural products and various products for sale such as fresh vegetables, fruits and plants such as avocado, strawberries, carrots, chili and brown rice grown by the hill tribes and collected by using ancient methods. Doi Muser hill tribe market has 2 locations: Old Doi Muser Market and New Doi Muser Market which generally sell same product but the old market is livelier.
Anyone who comes through Ban Tha Ruea and hears the sound of harps and panpipes, do not surprise because this place is known as the village of music. Almost every house in this village make musical instruments, whether they are panpipes, harps or other Thai instruments. In addition, there is a local music school that teaches how to play these Thai instruments. The products you can find here are such as Thai instruments and woven silk.
Ban Laem Phra Tub got its named because the place once the residence of King Taksin the Great. This community has a culture, tradition and way of life related to the sea. Tourists can enjoy with the crystal clear water scenery of Ao Thong Nian. Famous products here are Laem Phra Tub shrimp paste and Pra Krob Sam Rod.
"Chan" means sandalwood and "Sen" means "general" of an army. Various ancient objects were found in Ban Chan Sen such as stone Buddha images. Famous products for the village are such as bamboo basketry, Chan Sen folk textile, hat and handbag.
Ban Nong Bua local people are descendance of Tai Lue from China. This village still maintains its traditions whether language or dress which makes Ban Nong Bua attracts both domestic and foreign tourists. Wihan Nong Bua is one of the most perfect Thai Lanna architectures in Thailand. Famous products here are Tai Lue textile, and processed products from freshwater algae.