Posted by Siam on October 9th, 2014
Thailand, with its capital city of Bangkok, is among the most popular tourist destinations in Southeast Asia. Whether you’re visiting it as part of Bangkok holidays tour or a more comprehensive itinerary of Thailand package holidays, the region has a diverse range of activities and attractions to cater to all needs and tastes ranging all the way from its scenic beaches, wildlife, culture, historical monuments, cuisines to its geographical postion. Below are 6 Ultimate Attractions to visit in Thailand.
The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Keaw:
One of the must-see sights in the capital city; your Bangkok holidays are incomplete if you do not visit this attraction. The Grand Palace, built in 1782, is a famous landmark and dazzles with it’s grandeur and architecture. Home of the Thai king, the royal court and the administrative seat of government, it will render you speechless with its intricate details. The Palace also houses the highly popular and revered Wat Phra Keaw or the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Read more »
Posted by Thanate Tan on October 2nd, 2014
Pattaya is the city of Thailand which is located on east coastal area of Thailand Gulf. This is deemed to be largest cities of travel and vacations all around the world. Pattaya is well known for their beautiful as well as awesome attractions and so Pattaya draws the attraction of more than 6 million visitors for each year.
The 2 time featherweight of championship of kickboxing Buakaw Banchamek would also try for recapturing their title for initial most time in 8 years when the final of World Championship Tournament K-1 Pattaya World MAX 2014 comes on Oct. 11. Winner of this K-1 championship for the year 2004 as well as year 2006, the two-time champion of Omnoi Stadium & the champ of Thailand Featherweight will then face off Enriko Kehl who is from Germany, will also ranked 3rd in organization of World Boxing Council at Muay Thai. Read more »
Posted by Thanate Tan on September 25th, 2014
Due to the political problems in Thailand, the Pattaya condominium market took a real hit and decreased by 60 per cent according to a report that was released by Colliers International Thailand. Around 3,800 units were issued during the first six months which is 605 lower than the amount released during the second half of 2013, the only area that saw an increase was the Jomtien area which saw a rise of 48%.
The political unrest in Thailand has really affected the property market as well as Pattaya city but there are currently 28,200 condominium units being developed that are due for completion in 2014 as well as an additional 18,850 due for completion later on in the year in Jomtien, there is also 4,290 planned for 2015. Due to the large condominium projects that have been recently launched in Jomtien, it has caused a negative effect on the figures in other areas. However, the average figures for Pattaya were still similar to that of previous years. The take-up for the first 6 months of 2014 was around 73% which is a little higher than the six months previously. Read more »