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Posted by: thaiga
« on: October 11, 2018, 05:07:44 PM »

Lam Takhong Dam

Getting away from the hustle n bustle into a quite enviroment, where better than the peace and tranquility of the Lam Takhong Dam. The Dam was constructed specifically to irrigate the surrounding farmlands. Later years saw the dam become the water storage facility of The Lamtakhong Power Plant, whose components were constructed underground to preserve the environment, nature, and scenery of the area; a first for Thailand. The dam and surrounding area is a peaceful, relaxing environment to break away from the life of the city.

The place is suitable for winter relaxation. Famous for its beautiful scenery... the Lam Takhong Dam in Korat, Thailand. Built in 1974 commissioned by the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, deep 40m with its primary goal for irrigation, Lam Takhong dam is a water reservoir located on Tambon Lat Bua Khao. View of the reservoir and dam, with several restaurants and snack shops.

227 Moo 1 | Khlong Phai subdistrict, Sikhio 30130, Thailand
+66 44 323 144  227 MAP HERE
Posted by: thaiga
« on: October 09, 2018, 05:30:41 PM »

Scenical World

Scenical World Theme Park
Nestled in the scenic hills that surround Khao Yai, once called life park Life Park revamped and rebranded as Scenical World, a huge theme park with three different zones. Each offers visitors a different experience, from thrilling rides and water park fun to themed shopping and dining. 20 types of adventurous rides and activities sei in about 45 rai of land, more for youngsters i would say as it includes the old time Gold Rush train, Bubble Bumper boats, Kiddie Town car driving course and Mix Extremes obstacles and climbing ropes. for older chidren a Speedway racing circuit, and large pendulum and swing-type thrill rides. The waterpark offers something for the whole family,

The staff speak no English, so be prepared to speak Thai or sign language. Food choices are limited but good and reasonably priced: Thai food, sandwiches, pizza, ice cream. There are lots of different rides including some pretty impressive (scary) ones for the intrepid. A couple of rides for adults only, but there are plenty of rides for children taller that 1m20 or 1m30, depending on the ride. Rides are for 2 or 4 people at a time. There is also a large wave pool. For little kids there is a fun shallow play area with slides, steps, fountains etc and plenty of poolside sun lounges with umbrellas for shade. Entrance tickets include all the rides, but you will need cash to rent a locker (150 Bht), buy food & drinks (you can take absolutely no food or drink into the park with you - they check all bags), or if you want to rent one of the salas (private shaded area with comfy sunbeds etc)

188/1, Thanaratch Road, Mu Si 30130, Pak Chong district of Korat Thailand
+66 2 661 2999 Website
Posted by: thaiga
« on: October 08, 2018, 03:33:24 PM »

Heo Suwat waterfall

The Haew Suwat Waterfall was probably the most popular waterfall in Khao Yai National Park. We felt this was the case because of its ease of access, its vicinity to a major campsite, and the heaps of people that were both around the falls as well as the short trail to get to its bottom. We thought Namtok Haew Narok was busy, but this waterfall put it on another level. We made our visit during the Dry Season so the 15m or so waterfall was split into a pair of parallel segments. The dual plumes dove right into a boulder-fringed dark plunge pool at its base. We saw there were some people who managed to swim then scramble their way to what appeared to be a cave-like alcove almost behind the waterfall. In any case, I'd imagine in the Wet Season, the falls would take on a thicker appearance, but it might lack the character that you might observe in the falls. In other words, this waterfall might be one of those cases where "less is more".

Even though we took a real short 15-minute walk to the bouldery edge of the fairly wide plunge pool at its base, there was a separate, short trail that went to the top of the waterfall. We saw numerous people who were chilling out from the top of the falls, which provided us with a sense of scale as to the height of the falls. During the short walk down to the base, we also noticed there was also an upper lookout platform offering up a a different perspective of the falls. all in all, we spent about 45 minutes on our visit, which consisted of just the walk to the base and the overlooks along the way. However, we didn't do the other trail leading to the brink of the falls. Heo Suwat waterfall located in Khao Yai National Park
Posted by: thaiga
« on: October 07, 2018, 01:31:25 PM »

Ban Rai Temple

Ban Rai Temple
Ban Rai Temple is also known as Elephant temple, this temple is certainly a treat to the eyes. The temple was opened to public in November 2013 and since then it has been one of the largest shrines in whole of Asia. it is made up of ceramics and beautiful kaleidoscopic mosaics. The temple came into being with the efforts of the famous monk named Luang Poh Koon a costly project, but the good people give donations from politicians and other influential or common people which was the force behind the project. hence it is not surprising that this temple located in Dan Khun Thot in Korat acts as a magnet for worshipers and tourists alike. more info:

The biggest attraction of the temple is its architecture and the massive elephant head that braces its front, lead to its more popular name ‘Elephant Temple’. The temple is called the realm of Dharma and the visitors have to cross the bridge to reach the naga-guarded shrine.

Kut Phiman, Dan Khun Thot 30210, Thailand +66 44 213 030 MAP HERE
To reach the monastery, take Mitraparp Highway to the 237-km marker, turn right past Kham Thale So and Nong Suang to Dan Khun Thot. From Dan Khun Thot Hospital use Highway No. 2217 and drive for 11 kilometers.
Opening Time: It opens daily from 8 am till 5 pm  free admission
Posted by: thaiga
« on: October 06, 2018, 01:46:00 PM »

The Bloom

The Bloom
The Bloom by TVPool is the biggest flower garden in Thailand with its 100 rai (around 16 hectares) of space in Pak Chong district side of Khao Yai national park, Nakorn Ratchsima province. The garden grow and exhibits more than 30 species of beautiful temperate flowers that will amaze tourists from around the world. it is a nursery like garden with plenty of beautiful flowering plants, with sunflowers and its hanging vines. It even has a mini zoo of deers, sheep. Cost per entry is 100 baht per person. you are advised to pick the time of year to visit as september flowers are mostly dried up.
More info:

Going to The Bloom by TVPool is easy just like other Khao Yai travel. Take Mittraparb road to Kilometer 144 mark then turn in to Phan Suek (Daily Home) alley. From the alley entrance, drive for another 7 kilometers to The Bloom by TVPool.
357, Moo 5, Khao Yai National Park 30320, Thailand Resort Call Center +664 4756 336 ext. 0 or +6687 799 9555
Posted by: thaiga
« on: October 05, 2018, 03:38:30 PM »

Palio Village

Palio Village
so much to see and do around Khao Yai where you can experience a different side of Thailand that looks part Europe part magical fairytale. Here at Palio Village, you will be transported to the Tuscan countryside in Italy! a great day out. so they say. There’s also quirky cafes and of course, lots of photo opportunities. rather small but worth a visit. (peoples reviews) nothing more than a shopping village

146/1 Moo.4, Thanarath Road, Pak Chong 30130, Thailand +66 44 365 899
Opening hours: Weekdays 9am-7pm, Weekend 8.30am-8pm
website. in th.
Posted by: thaiga
« on: October 04, 2018, 03:21:40 PM »

Khao Yai Art Museum

Khao Yai Art Museum
Khao Yai Art Museum another gem thats in the middle of nowhere, it is not easy to find,  a little off the beaten track. there are not many signs to show the way. a hidden tresure maybe, thats if you can find it. GPS might be an idea. entrance to the museum is free and worth a visit!. is has a beautiful park and has a small cafeteria and gift shop. Great collection of art from Thai artists with great outdoor sculptures. to sum it up, impressive works of art in a beautiful setting. Khao Yai Art Museum is located on more than 20 Rais of land in Tambon Moosee

The place comprises of the gallery with space of more than 1,700 sq.m. The art of Mr. Pongchai Chindasook’s collection will be exhibited. There are outdoor sculptural garden with 6 ‘Art Space’ residences in modern architecture style. Khao Yai Art Museum is another art area for people who love and appreciate values of Thai contemporary art.

Address: Ban Tha Chang Soi 6, Moo 16, Mu Si, Aumpher Pak-Chong, Nakorn Ratchasima, Thailand 30130
+66 44 756 060 open 09.00 am.-17.30 pm.
Posted by: thaiga
« on: October 03, 2018, 04:53:27 PM »

Secret Art Garden

Secret Art Garden
Secret Art Garden is where the hidden beauty of art lies, a natural botanical garden perfect for a day out with the family and friends.a pretty quaint and interesting imagery garden! One can explore it at leisure walking through the marked paths to its numerous nooks and corners filled with characters from movies and cartoons. if you like nature and artistic decorations this is the place for you. if you go exploring this extraordinary garden, Don't be put off by first impressions which seems to be a collection of shops and cafes. Once entered the secret garden, you will really enjoy the variety of each and every turn. i wonder if "Bill n Ben" are there. (taken from reviews)

What was once an open corn field, now Secret Art Garden is filled with big trees and colorful flowers. Secret Art Garden is a brainchild of a couple whose dream was to create a manmade forest on an empty land. Over 20 years have passed; we now witness the great the result of their work, a manmade forest with more than 10,000 trees.

The “secrets” hidden within the walls of the garden are like treasure hidden away from prying eyes or time itself.
If you fancy a stay at Secret Art Garden, we have cottages hidden in big lush forest to cater your desire.
De Lekker Grill & View is our award-winning steak bar offering western menus like pasta, smoked sausages and of course our famous juicy steaks and fries.

99 Moo.9 Klangdong Pakchong Nakorn Ratchsima 30320 Tel.044-993938-40,044-993936-7,081-8037103,082-0735522
Fax.044-993937 E-mail: