- Art, culture et héritage
- Centres thermaux et de bien-être
- Educational places
- Le Projet Royal, Centres de recherche
- Lieux de culte
- Loisirs et divertissement
- Nature et vie sauvage en Thaïlande
- » Barrages, lacs et réservoirs
- » Cascades
- » Champs de fleurs et jardins
- » Diving site
- » Green Travel
- » Grottes
- » Îles
- » Mountain (Doi)
- » Other nature sites
- » Parcs nationaux et réserves marines
- » Plages et baies
- » Rivières et canaux
- » Sources d'eau chaude
- Vignobles & brasseries
The Dok Bua Tong (may be classified as wild sunflowers) blooms during November painting the entire hilly area of Doi Mae U-kho in brilliant yellow. It draws flocks of visitors to Khun Yuam district during that 2 weeks of...
During the winter months of November and December, cheery yellow sunflower fields spring up along the PhatthanaNikhom-Wang Muang Road, offering a relaxing distraction to those passing by. The hardy flowering plants are ...
Spanning over 800,000 acres and five provinces, this dry area (Thung in Thai) is mostly contained within Roi Et province. According to legend, the ethnic minority Kula people were nomadic traders known for their strength...
Mexican Sunflower Field at Doi Mae Ho 16 kilometers away from Amphoe Mae Sa Reang, Doi Mae Ho’s Mexican sunflower field is situated at Ban Mae Ho, Tambol Mae Ho, Amphoe Mae Sa Reang, Maehongson Province. I...
The cool season in December brings blossoming sunflowers to Bueng Sam Phan, cheery blooms covering an expanse of 16 square kilometers. Bueng SamPhan area is extensive: it encompasses Ban KhaoPhluang and Ban Pa Yang villa...