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Burma Railway (Death Railway)

During the height of World War II in 1943, the Japanese Imperial Army used forced labor — both Allied prisoners of war and Asian laborers — to construct a ...  Read more

Calypso Cabaret

4 star rating: Recommended 63 Reviews

Held in the Asia Hotel in Bangkok, the Calypso Cabaret is certainly a show with a twist, using traditional cabaret to parade Thailand’s famous transsexual ...  Read more

Central World Plaza

Central World Plaza, Bangkok’s largest shopping complex, comprises 5,920,000 square feet (550,000 square meters) of space with 500 shops, 50 restaurants and ...  Read more

Chalong Bay

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

The cloudy waters surrounding Chalong Bay—Phuket’s main boat dock—make snorkeling and diving nearly impossible, but a majority of the area’s diving trips ...  Read more

Chalong Big Buddha

Built on a patch of virgin rainforest high above Phuket City and visible from most vantage points, the serene - and very, very, big - Chalong Big Buddha will ...  Read more

Chao Phraya River (Mae Nam Chao Phraya)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

The Chao Phraya River (or Mae Nam Chao Phraya) runs north to south through Thailand, whose most notable and densely populated cities lie along the river's ...  Read more

Chatuchak Market

A weekend visit to Chatuchak Market is an absolute must-do. The snack stalls at the market's entrance selling deep fried insects give you a taste (quite ...  Read more

Chaweng Beach

Chaweng Beach - or Hat Chaweng - is Koh Samui’s most popular, longest and perhaps most lovely beach. Clear blue-green sea, palm trees, coral reefs and ...  Read more

Chiang Dao Caves

This group of caves in the Chiang Dao region north of Chiang Mai is full of massive limestone and crystal formations. Though there are many caverns at the ...  Read more

Chiang Dao Elephant Camp

4.5 star rating: Recommended 157 Reviews

The elephant training center at Chiang Dao combines training and jungle activities, with a one-on-one elephant encounter you’ll never forget. The Chiang ...  Read more

Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Centre

For a crash course in the history of Chiang Mai, pay a visit to the Arts & Cultural Centre in the heart of the old city. Using a mixture of labeled artifacts, ...  Read more

Chiang Mai National Museum

History buffs won’t want to miss the Chiang Mai National Museum which houses an impressive collection of Lanna (north Thai) artifacts. The museum is divided ...  Read more

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

Chiang Mai’s Night Bazaar is perhaps the city's most popular must-do attraction. The colorful mix of regular shops and stalls create a unique market buzz.  ...  Read more

Chiang Mai Zoo & Aquarium

For a fun day out with the family head to the Chiang Mai Zoo & Aquarium. The zoo is home to over 400 species of animals including tigers, elephants, rhinos, ...  Read more

Chiang Saen

Chiang Saen is a town in northern Thailand on the bank of the Mekong River that is known for its historic ruins. Though Chiang Saen is a small, sleepy town by ...  Read more

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