Pure + Natural Attractions of Chantaburi, Thailand | เที่ยว 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 | ทุเรียนดำ ของดีของจันทบุรี คืออะไรกัน??

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 The story of the much-coveted black durian of Chantaburi is now on my blog. Link via bio. #durian #thailand #chantaburi #JoyfulChanthaburi #LocalStrength #Thailand #amazinggolocal #GolocalChanthaburi #สุขทุกวันที่จันทบุรี #Creativetourism A post shared by ohhappybear (@ohhappybear) on Sep 10, 2018 at 2:40am PDT The secret is out! Black durians –...

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ธนาคารปู บ้านปลา ประจวบคีรีขันธ์ | Crab Bank + Fish Habitat in Prachuab Khiri khan

(⬇︎ ภาษาไทย ⬇︎) Local fishermen in Thailand are fighting a losing game against the deterioration of marine ecology caused by destructive fishing equipment and over fishery. In this video, we interviewed two fishermen in Prachuab Kirikhan province. One heads the community’s blue swimming crab cooperative that plays an important role sustaining and increasing the crab populations in the area. Another is a young fisherman who, with his peers, is trying to revive the Sam Roi Yod bay area by building artificial fish habitat as a way to help bringing back the natural ecology. As consumers, we all can help by spreading words...

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เที่ยววังบางขุนพรหม | Bang Khun Phrom Palace, Bangkok

  (⬇︎ภาษาไทยด้านล่าง⬇︎) the Beaten Path, And Into a Historical Valley. It has become our mission of late to spend our weekends exploring our very own native city (born and bred, no less). We have always dreaded Bangkok’s nasty ridiculous traffic that always holds us back from going places like we actually wanted to. But after some successful planning, here we are, getting the most out of each day by grouping together the places that we want to do and do it all in one whole day. So the whole of our last Saturday went like this: morning at this gorgeous Bangkhunprom Palace, lunching at Krua Apsorn, and...

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