Citrus Heights Patong Hotel
Citrus Heights Patong is located a short stroll from Patong Beach. The brand new hotel ensures great value for money for anyone looking for long or short term stay in Phuket.
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Amazing sites in Thailand
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.
Phi Phi Islands
Koh Phi Phi is a group of islands, but most of them are just limestone spires. The only ones of any size are Koh Phi Phi Don and Koh Phi Phi Ley. When you come to visit these heavenly islands, you'll be coming into the port on Koh Phi Phi Don.
After the infrastructure here was largely swept away by the 2004 tsunami, it was hoped that rebuilding could take place with more care for the environment and a swing upmarket. But the rush to get the tourist business back on track meant that the island – with all its rash of tourist businesses – remains much the same. Koh Phi Phi Ley has its share of over-touristing too – Maya Beach is where the film The Beach was shot, and it's regularly crowded and littered. Koh Phi Phi Ley is also famous for its bird's nests, which are used in soups.
Despite the islands' commercialization, they remain stunning little patches of paradise – all silken warm waters, limestone pillars and luminous underwater scenery.
Wat Phra Thai Doi SuthepWat Phra That Doi Suthep is the main temple in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Built-in the first 19th Buddhist hundred years, the wonder of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is proclaimed by seven-headed serpent statues that lines the steps to the temple in which a Chiang Saen style gold pagoda and everything its lovely Lanna architecture can be found. The view of Chiang Mai from here is merely remarkable as well.
At Wat Phra That Doi Suthep there is also Tiaw Khuen Doi Celebration, which is the travel up Doi Suthep Hill to worship the Buddhist relics enshrined there. It really is an experience worthwhile checking out.
In the event that you travel by car, take the Huai Kaew – Chiang Mai College or university – Chiang Mai Zoo highway and you'll start to see the way to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep signposted. There's also small buses working from Chiang Mai University or college, which can be found from 5.00 am – 5.00 pm.
Two methods for getting to Phra That Doi Suthep Temple:
- Walking in the seven-headed serpent steps. Additionally it is a great location to take pictures.
- Taking a power tram, which is obtainable from 6.00 am – 6.00 pm. The cost is 20 THB for Thais and 50 THB for foreigners.