July 2017 - Sight and Sounds
Breakfast with a fantastic view
A new roadside foot stall in Trang has been very popular with visitors who can enjoy scenic farmland with a mountain range in the background.
Basketry exhibition in Bangkok features top artists from ASEAN countries
An exhibition in Bangkok showcasing the art of basket weaving is being held at a downtown venue in Bangkok until July 23.
Pattani's new skywalk a major tourist draw
Pattani is set to welcome tourists from all over Thailand with the introduction of a skywalk overlooking the eastern coast of the Southern province.
Sanctuary for working elephants
Local authorities in Surin have set up a foster home for working elephants and its jobless mahouts.
Phang Nga's natural phenomenon
A giant tree in Phang Nga with a diameter over 30 meters became its natural attraction to visitors from all over the world.
Surat Thani's hot springs is a great place to chill out after a long day
Residents in Surat Thani would chill out at a \"salt water hot spring\" after a long day.
Nong Khai's skywalk a hit with tourists during Thai public holiday
Local and domestic tourists flock to Nong Khai\'s skywalk that features a breathtaking view of the province.
Zoo exhibits rare reptiles
Nakhon Ratchasima\'s zoo is hosting a month-ling exhibition on rare reptiles to the public.
Phitsanulok's scenic canal
Tourists from all over Thailand are headed to Phitsanulok\'s outskirt to witness the morning fog.
Phitsanulok promoting river cruise for tourists
Local authorities in Phitsanulok are looking into the possibility of promoting the province with a river cruise.
Purwakanthi seeks to preserve classic Surakartan Javanese dances in Jakarta
Dozens of women dressed in green-colored shirts and kain jarik (traditional Javanese cloth) were lining up inside Balai Sarwono, a building in the Joglo @ Kemang area in South Jakarta recently.
Phang Nga’s natural phenomenon
A giant tree in Phang Nga with a diameter over 30 meters became its natural attraction to visitors from all over the world. The “Som Phong” tree is said to be as tall as 50 meters and will take more than two dozen people to wrap their hands around it.