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65 Sukhumvit Soi 1, Klongtoey Nua, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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Forum Posts

Sunflower Trains

by hysysm

Has the sunflower season started?
When will the State railways start organising trips return trips from BKK to view sunflowers?
Does anyone have the schedule and how much are the tickets?

Re: Sunflower Trains

by SirHalberd

I was thinking "what the bleep" is a Sunflower Train? So I just Googled it and got several links. Perhaps these links will help. Never thought too much about sunflowers in Thailand before.

Good luck.

Re: Sunflower Trains

by expatbangkok

I saw it today while I was in Lopburi. Was wondering what it was. The lady at the station said it ws a 50 minute trip and I couldn't be arsed to go. Apparently the sunrise trip is the best.

Re: Sunflower Trains

by Wann

Normally the railways organize it every year in Nov-Dec. This year the railways already start organise the trip, visit sunflower field and part of the trip, the train ride pass through the middle of Pasak Jolasid dam.

Its one day trip, and 280 Baht for the ticket.

This is a link show photos people went for a trip on Dec 10, 2010.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Thai Immigration

by MikeAtSea

Entry into Thailand is relativley easy. Almost every nationality obtains a visa for 30 days at the point of entry. Only a hand full of nationalities require a visa to enter the Kingdom. The 30 day visa however is very difficult to extend once in Thailand. The visa run – as people call it who wish to stay longer, means to return to the border and re-enter Thailand for another 30 days. Tourist visas issued at a Thai Embassy are valid for two months and can be extended once within the country.

the king of fruit

by latte18

To most Thais and Asians alike, the potent smell of Durians is heavenly. We regard durians as the king of fruit, a delicacy that is well worth the high price it commands. Most Westerners however, are deterred by the potent smell and never actually sample the creamy golden flesh hidden within the spiky exterior.

Durians make its presence in Thai Markets from beginning in May through August. Thai Durians are well regarded as the best in Asia. Three of the most popular varieties are the cha ni, kan yao, and the most prized of it all, the mon thong.

Make sure you sample the Durians when you're in Bangkok, otherwise you'll miss one of the truly great pleasures of fruit eating.

A Bangkok landmark - Democracy Monument.

by jrs1234

Conveniently close to the eastern end of Khao San Road, this Bangkok landmark was built in 1939 to commemorate the change from absolute monarchy to a constitutional monarchy in 1932. Not so much a must-see as something you can't miss if you're passing down Thanon Ratchadamnoen Klang (Ratchadamnoen Avenue).

SONGKRAN - Water Splishing Festival

by vigi

SONGKRAN - The traditional Thai New Year, also called the Water Splishing Festival, celebrated for 3 full days every year. This year's Songkran fall on Apr/13-15. Khao San Road, Bang Lamphu area is the high-spots in the city to experience the water-throwing activities between locals and tourists - of course, all in good fun!! People splashing water at one another by using water gun and putting powder on faces. Bars having live DJs playing all kinds of music, people simply dancing, throwing water on the streets, and touching each other's face with white powder.

Lopburi Style Buddha Image

by suraphona

This is the biggest Standing Buddha Image
of Lopburi Style in the perfect condition.
This Bddha Image was tranfered from Wat Thevarat Kunchorn Bangkok to placed behind Phra Ubosot of Wat Benchama Bhorphit.


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