Citin Urbana Samui is a brand new accommodation located in Chaweng, Koh Samui Thailand. Citin Urbana offers affordable Samui accommodation in a convenient location, with easy access to the popular Chaweng and Bohput beach, shopping areas, restaurants and major tourist attractions.
199 Moo 6, Bophut, Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84320 84320 Koh Samui Asia
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Amazing sites in Thailand
Thailand is the place where many people would love to go to. Due to its warm climate and beautiful natural resource, such as mountaineer geography in the north, and coastal beach in the east and the south. We are going to look at the eastern region, which Pattaya city is located. You may have heard a bit or have been there before if you had a chance to visit Thailand. It is the place where a lot of tourist would like to visit and it has millions of visitors each year. This is due to its beautiful beach and night life which give people endless enjoyable activities.
However, for someone who want to visit Thailand or Pattaya at the first time, they may want to visit some information resource that provide info about Pattaya travel guide and there are a lot of websites provide comprehensive information such as the website of Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) or you may want to visit lonelyplanet.com can also be used as a information reference.
Even though Pattaya gain it reputations from its beach and night life but there are also many tourist attractions that tourist could have activity with. For example, there has been an fish aquarium that recently opened and this aquarium is the largest in Southeast Asia region. Apart from that, you can enjoy activities like rock climbing, hiking or even just ordinary relaxing on the beach.
Hotel accommodation in Pattaya also offers excellent service. You can find wide range of hotel types available for all of budget availability. Top luxurious hotels provide very private environment and services so you can be sure that your holiday will not be disturbed. Massage and beauty service in Pattaya are also gain reputation, particularly traditional Thai massage and facial therapy massage in Thai ancient style, which you will experience of using traditional Thai herbs to cure disease through elaborated massage method.
Pattaya is divided into three different parts; North Pattaya, Central Pattaya and South Pattaya. Each area has unique characteristics such as beach and travel attraction. North Pattaya is close to other attractions near by such as Sila Village where produce mortars or if you would like to enjoy city life and beautiful beaches, you have to visit Central Pattaya.
People and environment in Pattaya are also very pleasant. Even though it is a place that has more urban area than suburb area but there still be a good environment and very less of pollution. People are also very friendly and always willing to help all of the tourists.
Even though there are a lot of travel guide for Pattaya available on the internet, some in Thai and some in English language, but you have to compare all the detail with two or three different websites and choose the most update and reliable one. Otherwise you may get the wrong or out of date information. And as a result you may get lost or miss some important information that may lead you to trouble during the visit and you will find that you have to return to this place once again.
Thailand offers something to every traveler:
Phuket is known for its exotic islands and beautiful beaches. Tourists can sunbathe on the beach, relax around a hotel pool or go on a number of popular excursions. Phuket’s nightlife is very lively. The multi-cuisine restaurants and bars are always filled with tourists.
Chiang Mai is a combination of modern city life and old village charm. Tourists can visit a working elephant camp, the Mae Sa Waterfall and an Orchid Farm. There are temples which are close to 700 years old. The Doi Suthep monastery sits on the top of a mountain 3500 feet above sea level, overlooking the fertile valley embracing Chiang Mai. The monastery is famous for its many holy relics of the Lord Buddha. Chiang Mai’s night bazaar is a favorite shopping place of tourists. Almost anything can be bought there at bargain prices.
In Chiang Rai, tourists can see the local hill tribe villages of the Akha and Yao. They can also see the ruins of Chiang Saen, Mae Sai and the Golden Triangle. The triangle is where the borders of Burma, Thailand and Laos meet. Together with Chiang Mai, the city sits in one of the artistic and religious centers in Thailand.
Bangkok is the capital of Thailand. The name means “city of angels.” Bangkok is a centre of commercial, industrial and cultural activities. The Grand Palace; Wat Phra Keo, which houses the Emerald Buddha; and Dusit Maha Prasat Hall are three of Bangkok’s largest attractions. Here tourists can see large, gleaming golden spires, soaring roofs, intricate paintings and ornate statues.
Thale Ban National Park
Announced as a national area on October 27, 80, Thale Ban National Recreation area is positioned in Ban Wang Prachan, Tambon Wang Prachan, 40 kilometers from this town of Satun. The area has an area of 49, 000 acres, masking the Kupang Pulot and Hua Kraming National Woods Reserves and the Pennsylvania Khuan Bo Nam Puyu Forest Area.
The term “Thale Ban” was changed from “Loet Roeban” in Malay, which refers to a subsiding sea or a lot which is a result of the subsidence of earth between Khao (Mount) Chin and Khao (Mount) Mot Daeng. Thale Ban is a big pond covering an area of around 25, 000 quadrat. Almost all of the areas are a complex of mountains and dense woods. Wild pets or animals found here include serow, elephant, tapir, common untamed pig, monkey, gibbon, and Khiat Wak, or Moving average Nam (Giant Asiatic toad or Malayan giant toad). The toad is known as as a symbol of Thale Ban. It looks like a blend of a frog and a toad, with a tail. But it is sound is like a puppy. The lakeside, especially in the rainy season, teems with this unique animal. For bird-watchers, this place offers an opportunity that should not be missed. There are various species of bird, such as whiskered treeswift, stripe-throated bulbul, chestnut-naped forktail, woodpecker, etc.
Attractions in the Thale Ban National Recreation area:
Bueang Thale Ban is a freshwater lake situated in the middle of a valley flanked by the Chin and the Wang Pra Ranges. There is an abundance of fresh water seafood. Around the pond are Bakong plants (Hanguana malayana), which grow densely. The park provides lake-front pavilions in addition to a wooden course around the lake for visitor.
Namtok Ya Return on your investment originates from a source in the Hua Kraming Forest. The waterfall has nine tiers and site visitors can swim in a pool at each rate. Getting there: Follow Motorway 4184 (Khuan Sato – Wang Prachan) from Km14-15 for about 6 kilometers, and carry on for another seven hundred meters on the lane off the key road.
Namtok Lot Plio arises from Mount Chin. This large and beautiful multi-tiered waterfall flows from a high cliff. Obtaining there: Take Highway 4184 (Khuan Sato – Wang Prachan) from Km9-10 or the park's headquarters for about 10 kilometers and adhere to dirt lane off the primary road for another 3 kilometers.
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