,the capital of Thailand, is a metropolis where one can find both old and new, East and West, traditional and fashionable, blended together in a harmonious way.
(29 km from bangkok) has countless tourist attractions such as historical sites, old markets and indigenous lifestyles along the canals. The largest crocodile farm in the world is situated here.
Amphawa (Samut Songkhram)
(63 km from Bangkok), highlights King Rama II Memorial Park and Amphawa Floating Market. Those who love to experience the local lifestyles have many choices of homestay programmes to choose from. The old capital from 1350 to 1767,
(76 km from Bangkok), is today visited chiefly as a historical site, especially the World Heritage Historic City of Ayutthaya and associated Historic Towns. Bang Pa-in Palace, and Bang Sai Folk Arts and Crafts Centre are places recommended for inclusion in a one-day tour.
(128 km from bangkok),a good place for nature lovers, where they can raft down the stream watching enchanting scenery. The Death Railway and the Bridge over the River Kwai are also located here.
(107 km from bangkok), Buddhists should not fail to pay homage to the Buddha's Footprint there.
(153 km from bangkok) is famous for shrines in the Khmer style, the remains of King Narai's palaces of the 17th century, and the sunflower fields.
(56 km from bangkok) is the town that boasts the tallest Buddhist pagoda both in Thailand and in the world. The greatest Elephant Show in Thailand can be seen here.
(123 km from bangkok) has many tourist attractions, including the famous,Cha-am
Beach and many other beaches, scenic mountains, limestone caves, historical sites, and ancient temples.
Prachuab Khiri Khan
(281 km from bangkok) is well known for Klai Kangwon Palace, a summer palace of the King and the Royal Family, the oldest beach resort,Hua Hin
,and Khao Samroi Yot National Park. Another famous attraction is the 12-km-long Ban Krut Beach. Prachuap Khiri Khan Bay is scenic and suitable for sport activities.