We plan to travel bangkok and took Metro to city Mts .We went market spend whole day roaming in market .than we went to chai par river and this was last day in Thailand .We loved the place .It's was an new experience.
Oh you cant miss going Bangla road at Patong beach. Go Go bars and girls all around.
The next morning we travelled from Koh Samui to Krabi. We left at 6:30 a.m. and were in Krabi by lunchtime. Ferry to the mainland and then a car to our destination, tickets are easily bought at Samui from one of the many travel agencies. I must comment that the Thai highways are like grey silk ribbons. The drive is so smooth that we slept through most of it though the scenic views are worth staying up for. After Samui, Krabi seemed drier and sandier somehow but our room at the Ao Nang Cliff View Resort with it's rain-shower-head and tub-in-the-balcony cheered us up.
Slowly moving from Thailand’s present (Bangkok) to its past, Chiang Mai was the cultural and religious center of ancient Thailand. Its ornate, historical structures still boast of the opulence that the Thai land inhabited and still inhabits. Luxury in Chiang Mai radiates from its spirituality, from its splendid fit-for-the-kings Wats. Travelling to Chiang Mai is like exploring the true soul of Thailand. It's surreal experiences like painting elephants and ornate temples are some of the most interesting things to do in Thailand.
Here I was at the Sea Farm Model Royal Project, gazing in disbelief at the massive eels, salt pans and freshly-prepared spa salt. Then came the moment of truth, when I was told to taste the fresh sea weed.
Koh Libong is the perfect antidote to the more popular Thai islands. At only 35km2 there isn’t much ground to cover here, but the island still offers an abundance of gorgeous natural scenery and wildlife. In fact, this island is one of the few places where you can spot the rare sea mammal the dugong (often referred to as a sea cow) in its natural habitat. Accommodation is sparse but what they do have is environmentally friendly and has been built with respect for its surroundings. If you want to feel like the only farang on the island then Koh Libong should be right up your street.