City Escape From THB 4,749 + Free Luxury Airport Transfer – The Continent Hotel Bangkok by Compass Hospitality
Take a break from your daily routine & flee to somewhere new, why not Bangkok? Enjoy special rates during your stay at The Continent Hotel Bangkok from THB 4,749 ++/night and receive a free airport transfer plus other exciting privileges:
– Book 1 night and get one way drop-off airport transfer
– Book 2 consecutive nights or more and get round trip airport transfer
– Daily buffet breakfast for 2 persons at Medinii Restaurant
– Complimentary sky benefits
– Complimentary mini-bar consumption with daily replenishment (for continent sky room only)
– Unlimited wifi internet access
– Valid for sky room, continent sky room, executive sky, executive room & premier room.
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Koh Muk and Tham Morakot (Emerald Cave)Trang province is well-known for its amazing natural visitors attractions especially a lovely and unique island called Koh Muk using its attractive look ‘Tham Morakot’ or Emerald Cave.
Koh Muk is a huge island of Trang province positioned in the Hat Chao Mai Sea National Park. You will discover fisherman town, resorts, restaurant, motorbike taxis, and rentals motorcycles for guests. Visitors have to feed a little passing that is obtainable during low tide to Tham Morakot which is a huge hall without roofing with emerald sea and a clean white beach bounded high cliffs.
To totally absorb atmosphere around Koh Muk, it is strongly recommended to own one night stay static in the island. In addition, guests can have a vessel visit to go snorkeling at local islands such as Koh Ma, Koh Cheok, Koh Waen.
Wat PhoWat Pho is a Buddhist temple complex in the Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand. It is on Rattanakosin Island, directly southwest of the Grand Building. Known also as the Temple of the Lying Buddha, its official name is Wat Phra Chetuphon Vimolmangklararm Rajwaramahaviharn. The brow will be on the set of six temples in Thailand classed as the highest grade of the first-class royal temples. This is associated with California king Rama I who remanufactured the temple complex with an earlier temple site, to become his main brow where some of his ashes are enshrined. The temple was later broadened and extensively renovated by Rama III. The brow complex houses the major collection of Buddha images in Thailand, together with a 46 m long reclining Buddha. The forehead is definitely the first centre for public education in Thailand, and the marble illustrations and épigraphe located in the forehead for public instructions has been recognised by UNESCO in its Memory on the planet Programme. It houses a college of Thai medication, which is also known as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage typically trained and practiced at the temple.
Namtok Phliu National ParkNamtok Phliu National Park is Chantaburi province. It’s the river sauce of several waterways. Getting there exists pretty convenient since it is merely 14 kilometers from Chantaburi city. In the region of the Country wide Park, there’s a famous tourist interest of Chantaburi province: Namtol Phliu, which is a huge and beautiful waterfall with drinking water flowing throughout the year.
Namtok Phlio contains two channels that join collectively and stream through stones and high cliffs and grow to be a lovely waterfall with pure water. And because Namtok Phlio has operating water throughout the year, it is home for most types of seafood including Mahseer barb which a sizable number of these attract tourists.
The wonder of Phlio Waterfall became His Majesty Ruler Chulalongkorn’s favorite. His Majesty made a whole lot of appointments and made an order to build Alongkorn Chedi (Chulsirachumpoj Chedi) at the cliff area before Namtok Phlio.
Interesting places in Namtok Phliu Country wide Park:
Namtok Phlio, a pyramid memorial to Phra Nang Chao Sunanthakumarirat, Ruler Rama V’s cherished queen who passed away in a vessel automobile accident, Makok Watefall, Klong Narai Waterfall.
Nature tracks, waterfalls, historical places, sightseeing vegetation, birds, butterflies, pets or animals, stars.