Prasat Hin Phanom Rung + Prasat Hin Muang Tam, Buriram | เที่ยวปราสาทหินพนมรุ้ง ปราสาทหินเมืองต่ำ บุรีรัมย์

(TH/EN) In Buriram, at Prasat Hin Khao Phanom Rung, we saw the most famous lintel in Thailand. This stone castle is a place where people from far and wide come to see the unique solar phenomenon that happens four times a year when the sunlight beams through the castle's all 15 gates at the same moment.

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Sa Kaeo Trip, Prasat Hin Sadok Kok Thom and Delicious Vietnamese Food | เที่ยวปราสาทหิน กินอาหารเวียดนามที่สระแก้ว

(TH/EN) Our recent trip to the lower Isan of Thailand was an attempt to connect the dots from the earlier journey we made years ago to Prasat Hin Phimai in Korat or Nakhon Ratchasima. Our first stop here, Sa Kaeo, is filled with pleasant surprises, including the beautiful and compact ancient temple of Prasat Hin Sadok Kok Thom and lots of delicious Vietnamese foods. For those looking for a quiet place to chill with stories, here's an idea. 

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2 Days 1 Night in Chantaburi (See, Eat, Do) with Durian and All | โปรแกรมเที่ยว กิน ชมธรรมชาติ จันทบุรี

Above: This video highlights Chantaburi’s beautiful nature, captured during our recent ‘Pure Nature’ trip to Chantaburi with the TAT.  So we were in Chantaburi in September. Which, as everyone might have already taken note, was an offseason for this tropical fruit haven. The Tourism Authority of Thailand is now promoting ‘second-tier’ provinces, trying to boost awareness for the smaller, on-the-fringe destinations. Among them is Chantaburi – a seaside town on the East Coast, about 3-hour drive from Bangkok. So what would you do when the famous fruits are not available? You might want to hit the waterfalls...

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The Black Durian of Chantaburi | ทำความรู้จัก “ทุเรียนดำ” ของดีของจันทบุรี

Above: This is not your everyday durian, but the rare and much-coveted ‘black durian’ that fruit orchardists usually keep for themselves and exclusively share with their loved ones. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ohhappybear (@ohhappybear) The secret is out! Black durians – the ones that we usually do not pick because it actually looks rotten – are in fact the most delicious of them all. For a family of orchardists, black durians are like a gift. A secret gift that they give to themselves for the hard works they have endured during the entire season. Above: Khun...

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