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Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Graveyard

Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Graveyard

The Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Graveyard is situated at Ban Krue Se, Tanyong Lulo, Pattani. The story has it that Lim Ko Niao was a Chinese girl that came to Siam by ship looking for her brother Lim To Khiam, who married the ...

Local Destinations > Temples & Other Religious Sites Muang Pattani,
Patthani

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Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Chinese Shrine

Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Chinese Shrine

The Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Shrine is located on A No Ru road in Pattani City. Every year numerous worshippers visits the city for the "Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao" fair. It is celebrated annually, about two weeks after the Chines...

Local Destinations > Temples & Other Religious Sites Muang Pattani,
Patthani

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Maenam Beach

Maenam Beach

Maenam Beach is located in Surat Thani, Thailand. For those who are after a sleepy old style beach holiday, Maenam is really difficult to fault. The waters are calm most of the year and in places are shallow a long way o...

Local Destinations > Islands & beaches Koh Samui,
Suratthanee

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Mae Hat Beach

Mae Hat Beach

Mae Hat Beach runs to the north and south of Koh Tao's main town, Mae Hat, where the ferry piers are also located. The town is typical of those on heavily touristed Thai islands, with a cluster of dive shops, exchan...

Local Destinations > Islands & beaches Koh Phangan ,
Suratthanee

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Laem Mae Pim

Laem Mae Pim

Laem Mae Pim is located in Rayong, Thailand. Laem Mae Pim Beach is about 20km east of Rayong and is really quite nice. Lots of nice restaurants overlooking the beach and also a few high end resorts and low end bungalows....

Local Destinations > Islands & beaches Muang Rayong,
Rayong

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Mae Phun Waterfall

Mae Phun Waterfall

Located about 20 kilometres from Uttaradit, this waterfall is set in a quiet forested area. The dam-like barriers create multi-level falls.

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Laplae,
Uttaradit

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Mae Kasa Waterfall

Mae Kasa Waterfall

This waterfall is fairly high up a mountain, and it takes quite a trek to reach it, but the sight is worth the effort. The path that leads up the mountain ends at a cave. The cave has a five-metre wide stream of water ...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Mae Sot,
Tak

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Mae Wong National Park

Mae Wong National Park

Mae Wong National Park used to be the centre of the hill tribes like Hmong, Yao, Muzer and Karen. The park was established as a national park on September 14, 1987 and is the 55th national park of Thailand. Three main r...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Khlong Lan,
Kamphaeng Phet

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Mae Sa Waterfall

Mae Sa Waterfall

Mae Sa Waterfall is another iconic image of Chiang Mai, although less famous than some other sites. The impressive waterfall has eight tiers set against a backdrop of huge trees. The cool climate throughout the year make...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Muang Chiang Mai ,
Chiang Mai

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Mae Trakrai National Park

Mae Trakrai National Park

Mae Trakrai National Park is known for the diversity of its wildlife and trees. It has an area of around 768,625 rai.

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Doi Saket,
Chiang Mai

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