Top Places To Visit in Chachoengsao 59 Spots
Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden Bang Saen Sai 2 Soi 19 Saen Suk Chon Buri Thailand
That's what you'll be thinking once you visit the grotesque "Hell Garden" of Thailand. While driving from Bangkok to Pattaya, you'll come across a surreal garden which will welcome you with a sign that says, "Welcome to Hell!", boldly plastered outside. If you don't take the hint already, you're in for a ride into the "unhappiest place on earth", aka Wang Saen Suk Park.
Sa Morakot Ancient Pond Khok Pip Prachin Buri Thailand
The Emerald Pool Also known as Sa Morakot to the locals, this is a naturally occurring pool which gets its name, not surprisingly, because of its colour. The Emerald Pool is located in the Khao Pra-Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary in the Klong Thom district of Krabi province, a distance of 70 kilometers from the center of Krabi town. A comfortable journey by road will get you there in about an hour or so. Walk down the narrow tree-lined path for about ten minutes, as it meanders under the leafy canopy. The signs will eventually lead you to this clearing, with the gorgeous Emerald Pool peeking out. The Emerald Pool’s pure spring water comes from the natural streams that originate in the hills above and run in to it. The colour comes from its chemical composition: a mixture of calcium carbonate, magnesium and minerals. It is quite a popular site with both tourists and locals alike, so try visiting early in the day to beat the rush. Swimming is permitted here, so the pool can get VERY crowded.
Weekend Getaways from Chachoengsao
64 Kms from Chachoengsao
Bangkok has often been referred to as the microcosm of Southeast Asia. Firmly centrestage on the global backpacker scene, Thailand’s capital city is where an entire generation has learnt how to travel. Navigating through the buzzing, boozy night markets where tourists often outnumber locals, bargain shopping, negotiating with tuk-tuk drivers, discovering new flavours and sounds - it often all begins here - in this thumping metropolis with some of the most iconic places that are on every young traveller’s bucket list. Of all the things to do in Bangkok, you will inevitably wind up Khao San road, take the river cruise on Chao Phraya river and walk into one of the many grand palaces and temples that dominate the city’s skyline. While you are there, enjoy hours of guilt-free street shopping, while sampling the exhaustive menu of the unique local cuisine of the streets of Siam. Flutter through alleys of Sukhumvit, buzzing with cafes, bars and everything in between. Bangkok’s nightlife is among the city’s top attractions. Don’t leave here before witnessing the neon glitter that paints the city life after nightfall.