Luckily you will not need a shovel or a confusing map on this quest, thanks to this thing we call technology! All you need is a smartphone that can scan QR codes, your brain, and an open mind. Good luck!
Yes! That’s right! A REAL wooden oxcart, which is really rare these days. Stop right there animal lovers. We know what you are thinking. Don’t worry. We love animals too. Ratchaburi is famous for its buddhist parades featuring well-dressed oxen and horses. This tradition dates back many generations and Ratchaburi... Continue Reading
Same as the oxen, as a part of the sacred buddhist parade, these horses are well dressed with delicate fabrics and colorful accessories like you have never seen anywhere else before. These horses can dance, too! Music has long played a huge part in Thai tradition and religious festivals. These... Continue Reading
(300.-/30 mins.) The abundance of natural herbal remedies available in Thailand give us the opportunity to use it in a therapeutic way. Our herbal scrub by the river will leave you relaxed and refreshed.
Throw away your bikini and put on a sarong. Back in the day, we only had khlongs (canals) and coconuts. To beat the hot climate, Thais would put on a slong, jump in the khlong, and then turn our salong into a tube to keep us a float!