Floating Market and Tiger Temple Tours in One Day!
Bangkok is an exciting city. There is more shopping than anyone can imagine, plus nightlife, restaurants, markets, temples, and of course traffic jams and pollution. Those with a week or more to spare often escape the humid chaos that Bangkok is both loved and loathed for and take a trip to an island in the south or the hills of the north....read more
Great Photography Tours and Expeditions Thailand
Photography is a hobby that has taken the world by storm, especially since Facebook opened up to the general public in 2006, now millions of people all over the world fancy themselves as would be writers, poets, artists and especially amateur photographers. With photographic travel becoming a worldwide phenomenon.....read more
Tours to Kanchanaburi from Bangkok.
No visit to Thailand is complete without a visit to Kanchanaburi, unless your only interested in the go-go bars of Pattaya or the beaches of Koh Samui that is. For those of you who love to lap up the sites and culture then there's no better place to do so than this most amazing province. ....read more
One Day Tours to Multiple Tour Destinations in Thailand
are they Worth it?
At ThailandTourCenter we get asked many questions and one of the most important questions we get asked is 'Are your 1 day tours to multiple destinations worth the money?' and the answer is 'Absolutely' but it still depends on how much time you have on your hands......read more
From the Floating Market of Damnoen Sauduak to the Tiger Temple
Central Thailand is one of the only countries in the world where you can go from a busy metropolis to lowlands low enough to produce tons of salt to jungle lined mountains in the space of a few hours, this Floating Market and Tiger Temple tour is a prime example of a journey through all three environments.....read more
Mahout Training at Wang Po Elephant Camp Thailand.
There was a time when it was guaranteed that you would see an elephant, baby or adult or sometimes both, walking the streets in Bangkok. But due to international pressure from animal rights activists firstly elephants were taken off the streets in the daytime due to the hot floor burning their feet and the finally off the streets altogether. .....read more