Articles in Thailand ( 801 )

801 Articles of interest in Thailand

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  • Chitralada Royal Villa

    Chitralada Palace or the Chitralada Royal Villa (Thai: พระตำหนักจิตรลดารโหฐาน; rtgsChit Lada Raho-than) is the Bangkok residence of King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) and Queen Sirikit. The palace is part of the Dusit Palace complex. King Bhumibol …

  • Assumption College (Thailand)

    Assumption College (Thai: โรงเรียนอัสสัมชัญ) (Sometimes called "Assumption Bang Rak", "Assumption College Bangkok", "อ ส ช" ) is a private Catholic all boy school located in Bangkok, Thailand. The school was founded by Rev. Father Emile August Colom…

  • Asian University

    Asian University (Asian U), formerly Asian University of Science and Technology and founded in 1993 , initially with the academic co-operation of Imperial college in London is an international university using English as the medium of instruction fo…

  • Trang, Thailand

    Trang (Thai: ตรัง, IPA: [traŋ], also Mueang Thap Thiang เมืองทับเที่ยง) is the capital of Trang Province, Thailand. The city (thesaban nakhon) has a population of 59,637 (2005) and covers the whole tambon Thap Thiang of Mueang Trang district.

  • Platinum Fashion Mall

    The Platinum Fashion Mall is a 5 billion baht (100 million euro) shopping mall in Pratunam, Bangkok, Thailand, which specializes in fashion clothes and accessories retail and wholesale.

  • Phu Kradueng National Park

    Phu Kradueng National Park (Thai: อุทยานแห่งชาติภูกระดึง), located in the Phu Kradueng mountain area, Amphoe Phu Kradueng of Loei Province, is one of the most famous national parks of Thailand, with a high point of 1316 m (4318 ft) above sea level. …

  • Phang Nga

    Phang Nga (Thai: พังงา (Pronunciation)) is a town (thesaban mueang) in southern Thailand, capital of the Phang Nga Province. The town covers the whole tambon Thai Chang of Mueang Phang Nga district.

  • Ko Phai

    Ko Phai (เกาะไผ่) is the largest island in Mu Ko Phai (หมู่เกาะไผ่), a small uninhabited archipelago on the eastern seaboard of Thailand.

  • Ko Mak

    Ko Mak (Thai: เกาะหมาก, pronounced [kɔ̀ʔ màːk]) is a small island of Trat Province, Thailand.

  • Ambassador City Jomtien

    The Ambassador City Jomtien is a large resort at Jomtien Bay, near Pattaya, Thailand, with "over 4,210 rooms" [1]. Located about 8 km south of Pattaya, it occupies a 40-acre (160,000 m2) campus overlooking the beach and nearby mountains.

  • Wat Yan Nawa

    Wat Yan Nawa (Thai: วัดยานนาวา) is an old Buddhist temple (wat) dating back to the Ayutthaya period, located in the Sathon district of Bangkok on Charoen Krung Road, Bangkok, Thailand. It has a unique junk shaped chedi and viharn built by King Rama …

  • Wat Suan Dok

    Wat Suan Dok (Thai: วัดสวนดอก, which roughly translates as "flower garden temple") is a Buddhist temple (Wat) in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. It is a Royal Temple of the Third Class.

  • Trat Airport

    Trat Airport (Thai: ท่าอากาศยานตราด), (IATA: TDX, ICAO: VTBO) is in Trat, Thailand. Trat Airport was built and is operated by Bangkok Airways.

  • Thai-Japanese Stadium

    Thai-Japanese Stadium (Japanese: タイ・ジャパニーズ・スタジアム; Thai: ศูนย์เยาวชนกรุงเทพมหานคร), also called Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center (Thai: ศูนย์เยาวชนกรุงเทพมหานคร (ไทย - ญี่ปุ่น) is a multi-purpose stadium in Bangkok, Thailand. It is currently used m…

  • National Stadium (Thailand)

    The National Stadium of Thailand (Thai: สนามกีฬาแห่งชาติ or กรีฑาสถานแห่งชาติ) is a sports complex located in Pathum Wan District, Bangkok.

  • Sisaket (town)

    Sisaket (Thai: ศรีสะเกษ) is the town (thesaban mueang) in northeast Thailand that is the capital of Sisaket Province. It covers the complete subdistricts (tambon) Mueang Nuea and Mueang Tai and parts of Nong Khrok, Phon Kha, Ya Plong, and Pho, all i…

  • Siam BTS Station

    Siam Station (Thai: สถานีสยาม) is the cross-platform interchange station for the BTS Skytrain in Pathum Wan district, Bangkok, Thailand.

  • Second Thai–Lao Friendship Bridge

    The Second Thai–Lao Friendship Bridge (Thai: สะพานมิตรภาพ ไทย-ลาว แห่งที่ 2, Thai pronunciation: [sàpʰaːn míttràpʰâːp tʰaj laːw hɛ̀ŋ tʰîː sɔ̌ːŋ]; Lao: ຂົວມິດຕະພາບ ລາວ-ໄທ ແຫ່ງທີສອງ) over the Mekong connects Mukdahan Province in Thailand with Savannak…

  • Ping River

    The Ping River (Thai: แม่น้ำปิง, rtgsMaenam Ping, IPA: [mɛ̂ːnáːm piŋ]), along with the Nan River, is one of the two main contributaries of Chao Phraya River. It originates at Doi Thuai, Daen Lao Range, in Chiang Dao district, Chiang Mai Province. …

  • Phahurat

    Phahurat or Pahurat (Thai: พาหุรัด), often known as Thailand's Little India, is an ethnic neighborhood surrounding Phahurat Road in Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok. The area that would become Phahurat was an enclave of Vietnamese immigrants who came t…

  • Pathum Thani

    Pathum Thani (Thai: ปทุมธานี, pronounced [pā.tʰūm tʰāːnīː]) is a town (thesaban mueang) in central Thailand, directly north of Bangkok. It is the capital of the Pathum Thani Province, Thailand as well as the Mueang Pathum Thani district.

  • Ministry of Justice (Thailand)

    The Ministry of Justice of the Kingdom of Thailand (Thai: กระทรวงยุติธรรม; rtgsKrasuang Yuttitham; Abrv: MOJ) is a Cabinet Ministry in the Government of Thailand. The Ministry is in charge of the criminal justice system in the Kingdom. As well as …

  • Khao Phra Wihan National Park

    Khao Phra Wihan National Park (Thai: อุทยานแห่งชาติเขาพระวิหาร) is a protected natural area in Sisaket Province, Thailand, that contains numerous ruins of the 11th century Khmer Empire. The park lies 98 km (61 mi) south of the town of Sisaket, at th…

  • Kamphaeng Phet

    Kamphaeng Phet is a town (thesaban mueang) in northern Thailand, capital of the Kamphaeng Phet Province. It covers the complete tambon Nai Mueang of the Mueang Kamphaeng Phet district.

  • Jeli

    Jeli is a town and territory (jajahan) in Kelantan, Malaysia. As of 2000, the district's population is estimated to be 42,882. Jeli is administered by the Jeli District Council.

  • JEATH War Museum

    The JEATH War Museum (Thai: พิพิธภัณฑ์อักษะเชลยศึก) is one of two war museums in Thailand about the Death Railway built from 1942 to 1943 by Allied POWs under the direction of the Japanese, a part of the famous Thai-Burma railways.