Paradise Threatened by Progress Prachuap Khiri Khan Thailand Travel Guide
Thailand Travel Guide Paradise Threatened by Progress Prachuap Khiri Khan

Paradise Threatened by Progress Prachuap Khiri Khan Thailand Travel GuideBor Nok is about 20km before the province's main town. The long line of deck chairs and giant umbrellas and the abundance of food vendors selling Somtam made it look like many other beach destinations elsewhere in the country. Ban Krud was about 60km south from Wing 53 beach and located before Bang Saphan district. Like Bor Nok, Ban Krud also has some signs that protest against the construction of the power plant projects. We spotted many houses with green flags on their fences _ an act of protest against the developments This place was also equally quiet and pristine as Bor Nok beach. A slight difference was that in Bor Nok, our bungalow was only some meters away from the sea, but in Ban Krud a concrete road separated every bungalow from the white sandy shore.

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Udon Thani Welcomes Guests Thailand Travel Guide

Udon Thani Welcomes Guests Thailand Travel GuideThe Home Pa Laeng Festival will be held on December 1-2 at Prachak Silpakhom Park, Udon Thani, as part of the Thung Sri Muang Festival that runs until December 15. Home Pa Laeng literally means “having dinner together” and is Udon Thani’s traditional way of welcoming guests. Diners can also enjoy a special light and sound presentation. The dinner costs Bt1,500 per person. For more information and reservations, call (042) 325 406-7


Social Climbers Phetchaburi Thailand Travel Guide

Social Climbers Phetchaburi Thailand Travel GuidePhetchaburi's Khao Yoi is now the favourite weekend rendezvous point for Bangkok-based rock climbers. The province's increased popularity as a meeting place for adventure seekers has made it Thailand's second climbing centre, after Krabi. It is also a popular meeting place for those who like to ascend the dizzy heights of the rocky peaks because it is only 90 minutes drive from the capital. The peak stands close to the road and a very short walk takes visitors to the foot of the face, which currently has a string of vertical routes with bolts for harness and rope, or sport climbing. Specific climbing equipment is needed to participate in the sport, and gear such as ropes, harness and quickdraws are required. The 80 metres peak has approximately 25 routes with a range of different climbs, ranging from the easy climbs of grade 5 up to the incredibly difficult 8a rated route, said Simon Foley, an experienced climber and a regular weekend visitor to Khao Yoi.

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