THAI FRIED RICE WITH PRAWNS - ข้าวผัดกุ้ง ( Kao Pad Koong)


- cooked rice 4 cup

- shrimps 12 medium sized

- garlic 3 cloves (finely sliced)

- fish sauce 2 tablespoons

- vegetable oil 3 tablespoons

- 2 eggs

- onions 3 spring (finely sliced)

- fresh coriander 1/2 cup

- 1 cucumber , sliced

- 1 lime, 1 tomato

1/2 minced green or red chilli for medium-spiced rice

How To
1. Place oil in a wok. Add garlic and chilli. Stir-fry over medium-high heat until fragrant (about 1 minute).

2. Add prawns and stir fry until cooked thoroughly.
3. Move ingredients aside and crack egg into the wok. Stir to cook and break up the egg. When egg is nearly cooked, add the rice. Stir fry, keeping the heat medium-high.
4. Add fish sauce, and tomato, continue to stir-fry for another 1-2 minutes. Before serving, sprinkle with spring onion, and coriander on top and place cucumber and lemon besides the fried rice. Thai people love to serve Fried Rice with chopped chilies in Fish Sauce for better taste.




    Accommodation in a private nature and architecture blend seamlessly into a smooth, surrounded by mountain forest. And the waters of the vast lake. Enjoy the ride Enjoy the morning sun on the front porch with coffee warm dip at the antenna clear. Paddle a kayak. Traverses the islands or sailing excursions Ladder. Enjoy a massage with a natural stream. Afternoon walk up the hill to watch the sunset. Down to eat a hot barbecue. Comfortable atmosphere with warm and friendly people who know me. This paradise is within reach.



Dusit Zoo
The Dusit Zoo, widely known as Khao Din Wana, was built by King Rama V as part of his personal park and is adjacent to the Royal Palace. After his reign, the park was left unattended for years. In 1938, the government led by Prime Minister Field Marshal Jomphol Por Phibulsongkram asked the King  Rama VIII to offer the park to Bangkok City Municipality to be open as a public zoo. Home to over 2,500 species of domestic and international animals, Dusit Zoo serves well a green leisure spot for people from all over the country as well as an outdoor learning venue for students. Dusit Zoo is proud to be the only zoo that houses "Chao Petch",the rare albino barking deer. Artefacts from World War II are also found here.

Opening Hours : daily 08.00 - 18.00 hrs. 
Admission Fee : 10 baht/ Thai child; 50 baht/ Thai adult, 50 baht/ foreign child, and 100 baht/ foreign adult. For more information, please call : 0 2281 2000, 0 2281 9027-8
How to Get There : Take the Sukhumvit Line and get off at Victory Monument Station (or N3 Station), and go out through Exit No. 3 facing Rajavithee Road. Then, take a bus or public vehicle to Dusit Zoo.
Buses that go there (get on the bus at the bus stop in front of the hospital) : Bus No. 18, 28, 108, 528,515, 539, and 542
Website http://www.dusitzoo.org/


Wat Arun Ratcha Wararam Ratchaworamahawihan

Wat Arun Ratcha Wararam Ratchaworamahawihan
Wat Arun Ratcha Wararam Ratchaworamahawihan , the royal temple of King Rama II ,is situated on Arun Amarain road bangkok THAILAND, on the west bank of the Chao Praya river in Thongburi. The temple was built during the Ayutthaya period and was originally called Wat Chaeng.Later,King Taksin raised its status to that of a royal temple within the compoun of his new palace in Thonburi. At one time, the temple enshrined the Emerald Buddha,which had been removed from Vientiane. A major renovation and restoration of the temple was conductes under the command of King Rama II, who later renamed it wat Arun Ratchatharam or Wat Chaeng. Tha central attraction of Wat Arun is the Khmer-style main prang (a tall spire common in Khmer-style architecture) of 82 metres tall and 234 metres wide. Construction of the main prangs were started by King Rama III and completed by King Rama IV. The temple was then classified as a royal temple of the first grade and renamed Wat Arun Ratcha Wararam Wora Maha Vihara, or Wat Arun Ratcha Wararam in short.

Opening Hours : Daily from 08.30 hrs. - 21.00 hrs.Admission Fee : Free of charge for Thais and 50 baht for foreigners
How to Get There : SkyTrain to S6 Saphan Taksin Station (Silom Line). Leave via Exit 2 and take a Chao Phraya Express Boat to Tien Pier (N8) take a cross river ferry to Wat Arun.
Source : Travel Information and Travel Facilities, the Tourism Authority of Thailand


Silom road areas is in the heart of the Central Business District as is the beautiful gardens of Lumpini Park. The pace here is fast and very business like.

Silom Road
Silom Road
Silom Road

Soi Lalai Sap (SILOM SOI 5) This is one of Bangkok's most popular lunch-time shopping areas, located next to the Bangkok Bank headquarters on Silom Road. Starting just before noon, and closing not long after lunch breaks on weekdays only, the market is packed with office workers who shop for clothing, leather goods, food, gifts and knick-knacks. It is almost impossible to walk through the tiny alley without spending some money, hence the name "Soi Lalai Sap". Opening Hours : Monday-Friday from 10.00 - 14.00 hrs.(except public Holidays)

Soi Lalai Sap
Soi Lalai Sap
From 6:00 PM onwards, along Silom Road 2 - 4  are numerous street bazaars selling everything from cloths, to watches and souvenirs. To complete your entertainment options, there's a good choice of pubs and restaurants and Patpong is just around the corner

Silom Road
Silom Road
Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, Silom Soi 20, also known as Wat Khaek in Thailand, is aDravidian style Hindu temple in Bangkok, Thailand. It was built in the late 19th century by Tamilimmigrants.Located at the corner of Pan Road and Silom Road , near the Hotel Narai, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Mariamman and it is one of the main non-Buddhist places of worship in the city. Besides this important Tamil deity the temple also houses the statues of other HinduGods and Goddesses.

Wat Khaek

Wat Khaek
Silom Complex is a modern office building and the only shopping centre on Silom Road. The 31 storeys building locates on 7 Rai land (approximately 11,200 square meters) and has been running the business since 1993. For the entire period, there are many leading firms both Thai and international to be interested in the prime location of Silom Complex. Therefore, we are similar like the centre for business, shopping, fashion, food, jewel and decoration, bank and etc, including the Central Department Store, Top Marketplace and B2S. In addition, the building provides as many as 1,300 parking spaces.Opening Hours : every day from 10.30 - 21.00 hrs.

The Thaniya Plaza Building is found on Silom Road (Soi Thaniya)  As well as this, there is also retail space available. For further information regarding the details of this property,If you want buy Golf accessories i recommend THANIYA PLAZA.Opening Hours : every day from 10.00 - 22.00 hrs.



THAI CHICKEN RICE - (ข้าวมันไก่ - kao-mun-kai)


ข้าวมันไก่ - kao-mun-kai
- Chicken 1 whole ( ~430 g.).        
- Jasmine rice 4 cup
- Garlic 5 cloves
- Ginger 3 pieces
- salt 1 tablespoon
- yellow bean sauce 1/2 cup
- soy sauce 1/2 cup
- dark soy sauce 1/4 cup
- palm sugar 1/2 cup
- chopped fresh ginger 1/4 cup
- chopped garlic 1/4 cup
- thai chile peppers 6 chopped

1. Boiling water in a large pot (put water just cover the chicken), also add 1 tablespoon of salt
2. Wait until chicken is cooked, skimming the top for scum and excess fat.
3. Remove the chicken from the pot and cut into well pieces.
4. In a rice cooker, add 5 cups of rice (rinse if necessary). Then add chicken stock to cover the 5 cup mark. Add in the garlic and ginger, then turn on the switch to cook. Wait until the rice is cooked.
5. While waiting for the rice, prepare the dipping sauce by mixing the soy sauce, dark soy sauce, yellow bean sauce, sugar, garlic, ginger and chile together. Stir until mixed well and transfer to a small serving cup.
6. Serve rice with chicken pieces, dipping sauce, and fresh cucumber (sliced thinly). Garnish with coriander leaves on top before serving.
(For 2-4 Serving)



  Pattaya Floating Market was opened to the public in November 2008.The area of Pattaya’s latest attraction which is situated on an approximately area of 100,000 square meters. It is divided into 4 separate parts, each with its own unique location, represents the four regions of Thailand: Northern , Central , North-Eastern and Southern region and offering a special blend of differing traditions.

 More than 80 paddle boats are on standby to ferry visitors around the compound along many Thai style teak wood buildings, linked by a network of canals, bridges and a number of different sized islands with exotic plants and trees.The boat trip will slowly expose the richness of the surrounding architectural and cultural river side living. Water vendors moving with their paddle boats from dock to dock and offering their unique range of freshly cooked delicious traditional Thai dishes.

Pattaya Floating Market provides daily several cultural performances, native to the four regions of the country, like Thai classical dance, martial art demonstrations,as well as water boxing where the fighters perform on a horizontal slipery pole above the canal. Painters do show their artificial works, like umbrella and portrait painting.Pattaya Floating Market has recently provided Amphibian-boat rides, an agricultural rice field demonstration, authentic House-boats for home stay, and 10 mud-houses just right beside the rice field zone. 

More than110 boutique-shops presenting wooden hand carvings, silks and cloth weaving, special Thai herbs and herbal products, many OTOP products and other native items from all over Thailand. The Nueng Siam Woodcarving Museum has on display rare pieces of crafted 200 years old teak and is home for the impressive and beautiful carved image of the elephant god Ganesha. 

Pattaya Floating Market, the biggest man made floating market in the world, is located on the outskirts of Pattaya on Sukhumvit Road, on the way to Bang Saray and Sattahip. Easy access from Bangkok by Tour Service, public regular bus, taxi or coach.

OPEN EVERYDAY AT 10.00 - 24.00 



  Pattaya Beach is parallel to city centre, and runs from Pattaya Nuea south to Walking Street. Along Beach Road are restaurants, shopping areas, and night attractions. Jomtien Beach in the southern part of the bay area is divided from Pattaya beach by the promontory of Pratamnak Hill. It consists of high-rise condominiums, beachside hotels, bungalow complexes, shops, bars, and restaurants. On weekends, it becomes increasingly crowded, with many Thai visitors coming from Bangkok. It offers of watersport activities such as jet skis  parasailing and small sail boat hire. The Pratumnak Hill area is gaining in popularity for its beach as it is a quieter area and it has a lot of new hotel and condominium resorts in development around the area reflecting on growing demand.


Pattaya has derived part of its reputation as a tourist destination due to the sex industry and the resulting nightlife, and in many ways the city has become what it is now because of this. Prostitution in Thailand is technically illegal but reality shows that it is tolerated as is the case for Pattaya with its vast numbers of host barsgogo barsmassage parlours,saunas, and hourly hotels, serving foreign tourists as well as locals. This is prevalent in theWalking Street as well as other areas around the city. Efforts have of late been made to clean up the city's image.

Pattaya also has Asia's largest gay scene based around Boyztown and Sunee Plaza. The city is also famous for its flamboyant kathoey cabaret shows where transsexuals andtransgenders perform to packed houses.

By Bus
Pattaya is served by frequent bus service from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal (Morchit) and the Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekamai), connecting to Pattaya's main bus terminal on Pattaya Nuea near Sukhumvit Road, where there is also service to Suvarnabhumi Airport. Buses from a terminal on Sukhumvit Road near Pattaya Klang connect Pattaya with many destination in the Northeast (Isan).
City and suburban services are mainly provided by Songthaew (public passenger pick-up vehicles), popularly nicknamed "baht buses" or "blue taxis". A bus service which connects Pattaya with Suvarnabhumi Airport is located on Tappraya Road near the intersection of Thepprasit Road. It uses modern air-conditioned buses, and takes around 1½ hours to reach the airport.
By Taxis
Some metered taxis and air-conditioned vans operate for private hire from hotel car-parks. Popularly nicknamed ‘baht-buses’ in Pattaya, songthaews are the most common mode of public transportation. The cost is 10 baht for any distance on a regular route, but much higher if asked to go to a designated destination. Motorbike taxis generally operate in the town and suburbs. Although taxis must carry meters by law they are, in reality, rarely used.
By Air
Pattaya is about 1½ hours, or 120 km by road from Suvarnabhumi Airport, the Bangkok international hub. By road, it is accessed from Sukhumvit Road and Motorway 7 from Bangkok. Pattaya is also served (very limited) through U-Tapao International Airport which is 45 minutes drive from the city.




In Thailand use money Thai bath

   Thai unit of currency is the baht. One hundred satang eaquals 1 baht ( 100 satang coin = 1 bath coin) Bank note (paper money) is made in amounts of 10,20,50,100,500 and 1,000 bath. Coins are 1, 5 and 10 bath pieces and also 25 and 50 satang. The King's face is pictured on the front on the front of every coin and every bill. 

Exchange Rate In Thailand by Bangkok Bank

 Sample coin in Thailand
25 satang coin

50 satang coin
1 bath coin

2 bath coin
5 bath coin
10 bath coin

Sample banknote in Thailand
20 bath banknote
50 bath banknote
100 bath banknote

500 bath banknote
1000 bath banknote