A Budding Tourist Attraction off Trat Thailand Travel Guide
Thailand Travel Guide A Budding Tourist Attraction off Trat

A Budding Tourist Attraction off Trat Thailand Travel GuideIf coconut trees had eyes and ears, it would be difficult to hide no matter where you happen to be on Ko Mak island further up the more famous Ko Chang off Trat province. Almost as flat as the neighbouring island of Ko Kradad, Ko Mak has no imposing landmarks. Its name could mislead you into believing that it's has something to do with betel nut because that is what the word "Mak" means in Thai, but more precisely "Mak" is a prefix which according to old Thai usage is used to describe various fruits such as in Mak Phrao, where "Phrao" stands for coconut. The island derives it name from the coconut fruit.


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Mountain Excursions Chiang Mai Thailand Travel Guide

Mountain Excursions Chiang Mai Thailand Travel GuideChiang Dao, a mountain resort in Chiang Mai famous for its rough and steep trail, he was so captivated by its natural charm and beauty that he made repeated trips there and came to know the area very well. Instead of keeping things to himself, he decided to share his love for mountains with others by launching a website that offered detailed travel tips about Chiang Dao. It inspired others to follow into his footsteps. Hire extra guides and porters to cope with high demand. Porters carry the essential logistics up the mountain and set up camps, while he himself does the cooking. Sometimes extra cooks have to be hired


Seasonal Fruits Abound Rayong Thailand Travel Guide

Seasonal Fruits Abound Rayong Thailand Travel GuideFruits of year-long toil are yielding in profusion in Rayong. If you are travelling to this eastern coastal province, the trees in its many orchards are dabbed in bright red as rambutan season is here. Rayong is known for its orchards and seasonal fruits. From April-July a variety of tropical fruits can be seen everywhere in the province. In Khun Nid's orchard, a 14-rai plot located in tambon Natakwan of Muang district, the rambutan rules. We arrived just as farmers were harvesting the crop. Clusters of the bright red hairy fruit were seen dangling from branches. Some were still yellow-green, not yet ripe for picking.