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Tiger Cave Temple
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Tiger Cave Temple : Krabi, Thailand

The cave temple is aptly named because of the rock outgrowth nearby resembling a tiger’s claw. The Tiger Cave Temple is located about 3km from the town towards North East. Wat Tahm Seua is known as a center for meditation. Its spectacular setting in the Ao Luk Thanu mountain ranges provides the necessary quiet atmosphere […]

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Koh Phi Phi Le
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Koh Phi Phi Le : Krabi, Thailand

Because of its stunning beauty, the earthly paradise of Phi Phi Le is almost too beautiful to be true. However Phi Phi Le is 100% authentic beauty abundant with rare flora and fauna as well as the world famous Maya Bay. Grand limestone mountains embrace the white sandy beach and the entire bay, and the […]

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Khao Lak Lam Ru National Park
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Khao Lak Lam Ru National Park : Phang Nga, Thailand

Khao Lak – Lam Ru National Park is located 33 kilometres. from Amphoe Takua Pa at Km. 56-57 on the left of Highway No. 4. It was established as a national park in August 1991 and covers a total area of 78,125 rai in Amphoe Takua Pa, Amphoe Thai Mueang, Amphoe Kapong, and Amphoe Mueang […]

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Emerald Cave
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Emerald Cave : Trang, Thailand

Emerald Cave (Morakot Cave) – The cliff ranging at the west of Koh Mook is the site of Morakot Cave. To admire its beauty is to swim about 70 m through the cave. The destination is a large hall without roof, emerald sea and white sand which achieve the world fame. e of marvelous natural […]

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Baan Rim Pa Restaurant
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Baan Rim Pa Restaurant : Phuket, Thailand

From the exquisite tastes of Baan Rim Pa Kalim and Baan Rim Pa Patong, two of Thailand’s most famous restaurants offering Royal Thai cuisine to the light, refreshing New World flavours at Joe’s Downstairs to la dolce vita at Da Maurizio Bar Ristorante with the delights of Contemporary Italian cuisine, the Baan Rim Pa Restaurant […]

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Laem Son National Park
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Laem Son National Park : Ranong, Thailand

Laem Son National Park is situated on the Andaman sea coast in Ranong and Phang Nga provinces. It consists of approximately 60km of coastline and 15 islands. The park was established on 19th August 1983 by royal decree. The park covers a total area of 315 sq.km, of this area 85% is open water. The […]

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