The Erawan Museum or is called Chang Sam Sian by local is a museum that preserves the collections of antiques. The prominent point of the museum is the giant three-headed elephant sculpture which you can see from a distance and also the impressive interior design. This museum is located at Sumutprakan province, but it is
Fields of bright yellow sunflowers have become one of the major tourist attractions in Lopburi, Saraburi, and Suphanburi, the provinces in the central Thailand. The cooler season, which lasts from November to January, is the best season to see the sunflowers as they are usually in full bloom. To visit the sunflower fields you
Wat Borom Raja Kanchanapisek Anusorn, known as Wat Leng Noei Yi 2 is a Chinese Buddhist temple in Nonthaburi province. This temple is quite new; it was officially opened in 2008. Don’t be confused. This temple is not Wat Leng Noei Yi 1 or Wat Mangkon Kamalawat which is located at Yaovarat or Bangkok’s Chinatown.
Suphanburi is a province in the center of Thailand with many natural and cultural attractions. My friend and I wanted to get away from Bangkok and Suphanburi was just only an hour drive from Bangkok, so it was a perfect destination. We made it as a day trip, so we could visit only 3 places: