Hotels in Khanom, NakhonSriThammarat

Khanom Golden Beach Hotel.
   Tel: 0 7532 6690.
   Fax: 0 7552 9225.
   Web site: http://www.khanombeach.com.
   E-mail: khanom@ksc.th.com.
   Price 1800-4800 THB

Khanom Hill Resort.
   Tel: 075-529403.
   Price 1600-3500 THB

Kanabnam Diamond Cliff Resort (KHANAB NAM DIAMOND CLIFF RESORT).
  Tel: 075-529147, 075-529144.
  Price 500-600 THB

G Beach Resort (G. B. RESORT).
   Tel: 075-529253.
   Price 550-800 THB

Tan Twin Resort (TAN KHU RESORT).
   Tel: 075-528362.
   Price 400 Baht

Khanom, NakhonSriThammarat

Khanom is a district with a beautiful beach and the longest beach in Nakhon SriThammarat. Beaches are very popular today is the beach bar. Beach style is a linear curve Cirque. Beach will have tourists come to visit, including buying a house. (Lease) to be the most developed, but considered more peaceful than other attractions such as Koh Samui Beach, a quiet beach are several beach Kho Khao Beach Haad Thong Yi Ban Pret.

Khanom district's smallest and northernmost of the province in the Gulf of Thailand away from the city about 100 kilometers in touch with Surat Thani and away from the ferry terminal Sak is only 20 kilometers Plant is tourism that can be connected to Koh Samui or Koh. Phangan well while Khanom district itself has a variety of travel resources, many Tourism and history Religious tourism in natural caves and waterfalls, mountains and beaches, most notably the beach. And charm of small towns. In east coast, which is suitable for clean, quiet luxury, the bar under the sea islands of Thailand.

There is also the oldest temple is Wat ylang-ylang, visit the waterfall Ylang-ylang is not far from Temple Samed Chun waterfall. He is the view point to see the sea from the district and four kilometers of private beach, but the owner can request up to watch.

And another thing is what attracts tourists to visit the Khanom is to look at the pink dolphins that come to see food in many parts of the Khanom.


Buffalo Thai village

Buffalo .... and ... thai people Bound together since ancient times. Thai people, especially living in the past. We have used buffalo for agricultural labor. Enough to say .... Buffalo is the life of Thai people.

Thai buffalo in the past praised as animal benefactor. It amends buffalo at the end of tillage sowing season. To express their gratitude to the buffalo. Past, we will not kill to eat buffalo meat. But the parents live together until old age. The life expectancy and mortality. But now ... Many changes. Technology. People looking to replace the value of buffalo Important and greatest from the past. Was unfortunately lost to ...

Buffalo Thai village.

Visit the model life of people in rural communities.

Phuetcha Mongkhon Day

The Royal Ploughing Ceremony is an ancient royal rite held in Thailand to mark the traditional beginning of the rice-growing season. (Wan Phuetcha Mongkhon) in full (Wan Phra Ratcha Phithi Phuetcha Monkhon Lae Charot Phra Nangkhan Raek Na Khwan; also observed as Farmer's Day.) In 2009, the ceremony was held on May 11 in Thailand and on May 12 in Cambodia. The date is usually in May, but varies as it is determined by astrology
In the ceremony, two sacred oxen are hitched to a wooden plough and they plough a furrow in some ceremonial ground, while rice seed is sown by court Brahmins. After the ploughing, the oxen are offered plates of food, including rice, corn, green beans, sesame, fresh-cut grass, water and rice whisky.

Depending on what the oxen eat, court soothsayers make a prediction on whether the coming growing season will be bountiful or not. The ceremony is rooted in Brahman belief, and is held to ensure a good harvest.
In both Cambodia and Thailand, the ceremony is typically presided over by the monarch, or an appointee. Sometimes the monarch himself has taken part in the ceremony and actually guided the plough behind the oxen.

In recent years in Thailand, Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn has presided over the ceremony, which is held at Sanam Luang in Bangkok. Rice grown on the Chitralada Palace grounds, home of King Bhumibol Adulyadej is sown in the ceremony, and afterward, onlookers swarm the field to gather the seed, which is believed to be auspicious. Farmers will often mix the grains with their own rice stock, or the grains might be kept as a good luck charm.


Nakhon Pathom, Thailand

  • G.Erawan HotelAddress : 78 Moo 1 Kotakrit Rd., Tumbon Huai Chorakhe, Amphoe Mueang Nakhon Pathom, Changwat Nakhon Pathom 73000
    Price : 250 - 400 THB
    Phone : 0 3425 3838, 0 3425 3871-4
  • Jasmine Inn HotelAddress : 8/1 Moo 5, Tumbon Lamphaya, Amphoe Mueang Nakhon Pathom, Changwat Nakhon Pathom 73000
    Price : 450 - 1,500 THB
    Phone : 0 3437 8498-9, 0 3437 7300
  • Tantawan HotelAddress : 2 Ying Pao Rd., Tumbon Sanam Chan, Amphoe Mueang Nakhon Pathom, Changwat Nakhon Pathom 73000
    Price : 450 - 450 THB
    Phone : 0 3425 6517, 0 3425 6750
  • Phanthong HotelAddress : 1 Soi Phetkasem 10 Phetkasem Rd., Tumbon Sanam Chan, Amphoe Mueang Nakhon Pathom, Changwat Nakhon Pathom 73000
    Price : 380 - 500 THB
    Phone : 0 3425 6775

Nakhon Pathom

Nakhon Pathom is province features an ancient religious structure called “Phra Pathom Chedi”, the first religious landmark that signified the influx of Buddhism into Thailand. Nakhon Pathom is also renowned for its abundant fruits varieties and famous dishes.
Phra Pathom Chedi is the tallest in the world with the height of 127 metres (417 ft). It is located in the town of Nakhon Pathom

The name Phra Pathom Chedi means Holy chedi (stupa) of the beginning. The stupa at the location is first mentioned in Buddhist scriptures of the year 675, however archaeological findings date back to the 4th century. In the 11th century it was overbuilt with a Khmer (Ancient Cambodia) style prang, which was later overgrown by the jungle. The ruin was visited several times by the later King Mongkut during his time as a monk, and after his coronation he ordered the building of a new and more magnificent chedi at the site. After 17 years of construction it was finished in 1870, and the population of nearby Nakhon Chai Si was ordered to move to the newly created town around the chedi.
Sanam Chandra Palace is a tiny castle-like structure built in a combination of French and English styles, but with adaptions for the tropical climate [1] The palace grounds is located on a site Nakhon Pathom, Thailand and consists of five buildings and a Ganesh shrine. The palace was built from 1907 to 1911[2] by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI), and has a view of Phra Pathom Chedi.
Sanam Chandra Palace celebrated its 100-year anniversary from November 23, 2007 to December 2, 2007.


Songkarn - The wonderful festival of thailand.

On 13-15 april of every year in Thailand is a festival filled with culture and funny. This is Songkaran Festival.

Songkarn festival or water throwing festival is the long holiday for thailand and it is the one of the most important festival. This festival isn't only the funny celebrating but also the ceremony by buddhism religion too. Family will seem to be appreciated in this period, especially the old people because their children wii going back to their hometown and do greeting with their older relatives.

For the activities,there are many kind of playing. The one that is well-known in worldwide is water throwing activity, this is the funniest activity. people will go to the downtown of their own city for playing throwing water and painting face by powder or the thai people called is "din sor pong" (Marl or marlstone) to the others even they are stranger. This activity will make people knows each other, we played with a smile and funny.

Another traditional activity is thai people will do by basically day, is doing the good thing or getting merit by offering food to the monk but is is different from the ordinary day, because they will go to the temple and it will have many activities over there such as pouring scented water over buddha image, building the sand pagodas and playing some thai traditional plalys that won't be seen in ordinary day.

This is just part of Songkarn festival activity. there will have more over that you couldn't imagine.


Amphawa, Samut Songkhram


Phuket, Thailand

- Pimprapai Place
Room rate 500 THB/Day

- Mook Anda Place
74/267 Poonpol Rd., T. Talad Nua A. Muang Phuket 83000
Room rate 600 THB/Day
Tel: +66 (0) 7624 6333 to 5, +66 (0)8 1893 4567 / Fax:+ 66 (0) 7624 6336

- Baanfuengfah
Room rate 600 THB/Day
Tel: 66+(0)86-9410008, 66+(0)76-525684-87

- phuket_center62/20 Rasada Rd.,T.Taladyai A.Muang Phuket Town, Phuket 83000
Room rate 850 THB/Day
Tel: +66 076-213416-7
Fax: +66 076- 217741
E-mail: phuket_center@hotmail.com

- Baantonsai Garden Resort
186 Nanai Road, Patong Beach, Phuket 83150, Thailand.
Room rate 900 & 750 THB/Day
Tel : +66 (0) 7629 2829 to 30, Fax : +66 (0) 7629 2831
E-mail : info@btonsai.com

- Center Park Service Apartment and Hotel
142 M.5 2nd Ring Road T.Sanpeesua
Outer 2nd Ring Road Near Nakorn Payap International School, Rimping Mee choke Plaza
Tel: 66+(0)53-110 600

- Nai In2
Tel: 66+(0)76-211-211

Pattaya, Thailand

- Ban khun poh -serviced apartment15 / 30 Mu11 Hnongpreu, Banglamoong, Chonburi 20150
Room rate 750-890 THB/night
Tel. 66+(0)38-236-273-6

- Authong Resident
Room rate 800-1400 THB/night

- Riviera Resort Pattaya157/1 Soi Naklua 16/1, Pattaya Naklua Road
Room rate 750-1,100 THB/night
Tel. 66+(0)38-225-230

- Kasalong ResortT. Naglua A. Banglamung
Tel. 66+(0)38-702-305,504, 66+(0)38-223-082

- sugarbeatRoom rate 500 THB/night

- Sa-wad-dee GroupRoom rate standard 1,000 THB/night
Tel: +66(0)85-3973940,+66(0)81-2905223, +66(0)38-364673

- Siwalai City Place20/742 M.10 Nongprue Banglamung ChonBuri 20260
Room rate 900 THB/night
Tel: 66-3842-1989 , 66-3842-4296-7

Hun Hin, Thailand

- Ban Poem Juen, Huahin Prachuabkirikhan
Room rate 600-1,500 THB/per night
Tel. +66(0)32-513-880

- Pueng Guest House
Room rate 700 THB/per night

- Khachathong
214 Petchakasem Rd. Hua-Hin Prajuopkerekun
Room rate 790 THB/per night
Tel. +66(0)32-533-644

- Ban ya Guest House
Room rate 500 THB/per night
Tel. +66(0)81-0178119

- Lelawadee resort
Room rate 800 THB/per night
Tel. +66(0)32-530-333

- Manthanahouse
24/10 Srasong Rd., Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan,77110, Thailand
Tel. +66 (0) 3251 4223

Surat Thani, Thailand

- Bunjong Buri Hotel, A. Muang
Room rate start 490 THB/per night
Tel. +66(0)77-264888/+66(0)77-489111

- Nipa Garden.
83/25 Moo 3 Bypass Rd, Muang, Surat Thani 84000.
Tel: +66(0)77-405790-5

- Roikoh Hotel
19 / 6 Moo 3, Bypass rd, Makhamtia,Muang, Surat Thani 84000.
Room rate 770-1500 THB/per night
Tel. +66(0)77-201150-9

- Princesspark hotel
19/19 Moo 3, Bypass rd, Makhamtia,Muang, Surat Thani 84000.
Room rate 600-900 THB/Per night
Tel. +66(0)77-405989-92

- The One Hotel
Room rate 650 THB/Per night

Krabi, Thailand

- KL House Ao nangRoom rate 500-1300 THB/night
Tel. +66(0)75-637580

- River Hotel
73 / 1 Ganges Road, Pak Nam, Muang Krabi. Krabi 81000.
Room rate Bht 600-1,000 THB/night
Tel. +66(0) 7561-2321

Chiang Mai, Thailand

- Huanpingphu
Room rate Bht 690-800/night
Chang Moi Kao Road, T. Chang Moi A. Muang Chiang Mai
Tel. +66(0) 5323-5701

- Niranda, Chiang Mai
Room rate Bht 900/night

- Hello Dormtel
Room rate Bht 700-1,500/night
Tel. +66(0) 5328-9176

- Been there Done That Guest House
Room rate Bht 650 - 1650/night
Tel. +66(0) 5381-1680

- Center Park Service Apartment and Hotel
142 M.5 2nd Ring Road T.Sanpeesua
Outer 2nd Ring Road Near Nakorn Payap International School,
Rimping Mee choke Plaza
Tel. +66(0)5311-0600