Bespoken holidays and breaks, anything from the sea to the endless Aleenta’s natural beach life. The sound of the ocean, unspoilt wind, and soft rising sun balance your individual private holidays with the spells of harmony. This resort is inviting you to create your own little world with Sky and Earth private villas, Yoga lessons, Thai cooking class, or just simply listen to the tinkling bell sounds from wind chimes that together discovers a sense full of splendour of magical pride. Three hours fromBangkok, yu can visitKhaoSamRoiYotNational Park, Hua-hin town, or cultural sites such as Khao Wang and Wat Khao Tao.
183 Moo 4, Paknampran, Pranburi , Pranburi, Hua Hin / Cha-am, Thailand
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Colour, sunshine and freshness sealed an experience open for personalized and friendly services whose smooth elegance and attention to visit at Purimuntra Resort and Spa create lasting impressions. The resort is located in Pranburi, a prime new destination in Thailand. 19-room luxury oriental-style beach resort setting in a sensual comfortable environment. A mix between modern-style architecture and oriental sense on cozy romance and chic atmosphere by Naresuan Beach offers even more fresh alternatives to the typical guest’s stay. Amidst the tranquility of the natural landscape, you will enjoy a walk along the private beach leading you to Kaloak Hill (Towkosa National Park) which lies 400 matre away.
Purimuntra Resort & Spa
97 Moo 4, Pranburi, Prachuap Khiri Khan
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A JOURNEY INTO THE PAST
Once upon a time, experience the former glory of a family who once lived in a teak Thai-style colonial house meticulously restores the Ban Bayan, Hua Hin, with a strong historical touch of aspiration. The 21 rooms of Ban Bayan cater to a discerning and selective group of guests who yearn for an ambience that’s both unique and sophisticated. A place where they can simply experience the serenity of a colonial-style beach house amidst rich history and culture. Spending a minute at the sundecks, you will feel the endless relaxation while undeniably breathing in the sea wind. The famous attractions such as Pranburi and Pa La-u Water Fall are close by and await your visit.
119 Petchkasem Road,Prachuap Khirikhan, Hua Hin Beachfront, Hua Hin / Cha-am, Thailand
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Paragliding along a Light Breeze and Viewing the Bend of the Watercourse
On a day with clear skies, the wind blowing moderately, waves crashing into the cliffs of Khung Wiman Beach, is a great time to be floating above the sea on the colourful engineless wings of a parachute. Open your eyes to a new point of view with paragliding.
The Khung Wiman beachfront area, besides being known for its long curved beach, it also has a two lane street that runs along the beach’s length thought to be the most beautiful of eastern Thailand. There is also an area in which the mountain slopes into the sea creating beautiful scenery and calming atmosphere.
It is shaded by a variety of beach vegetation; such as, beach sea-oak. Moreover, the breeziness of this location is highly suitable for paragliding because the activity depends upon the headwind and the warmer land surface air temperature to lift you off the ground. Also the spacious field will allow you to set up your parachute above your head while the high cliff helps block strong gusts of wind before you run into the head wind and launch. Under the parachute, over the sand, see the narrow curves of the bay and the view of the pines along with the emerald sea sparkling in the sun. To your side you can see the green mountains and admire them while being cooled by the breeze as if you were in a land of happiness.
From Chanthaburi town, take Highway 3 (Chanthaburi–Rayong) and continue on Highway 3399 until you reach the beach. However, you need to contact the Thaiglider Club for an appointment.
N12° 36.31’, E101° 52.46’
Thaiglider Club +66 2895 8879 www.thaiglider.com
TAT Rayong Office +66 3865 5420 to 1 , +66 3866 4585
Information : http://adventure.tourismthailand.org
Riding around mountains
Chiang mai Province. Navigating the city’s morass of gentle lanes on cool summer nights can make this one of urban Thailand’s most enjoyable riding experiences. The route has been chosen from an interminable range of others for its flexibility to both novices and experts and its extremely convenient location just outside of Chiang Mai, at the crack between Huai Tueng Thao and Doi Suthep National Park.The route itself makes for a gloriously amiable shotgun-wedding between the area’s mountainous forests and lychee fields, and a number of more urbane amenities and activities with which to fill itinerary and stomach.
A bit further down the road
Starting from one of the bike rental shops on Sam Lan Road which runs past Wat Phra Sing, leave the city walls from the west, following the northbound quadrant of the moat up until the intersection at its corner before turning left down Huai Kaeo Road Pass Chiang Mai’s oldest shopping mall and keep going until the second large intersection, there, take a northward righturn. 1 km in, you can get off the main road and follow the dirt path running along the parallel canal, following the signs for the 700-Year Stadium, where you turn left at after 5 km. Huai Tueng Thao, actually a reservoir, is just a bit further down the road.
But instead of heading straight there, make for the trails and go behind the Stadium, crossing the dam wall into the forest. Follow the lovely, blue and red-marked mixed terrain routes that leave you at Huai Tueng Thao after 10 km. Otherwise, circling the lake is fulfilling in itself and either way you can reward yourself at one of the many cheap and breezy lakeside restaurants before returning to Chiang Mai.
H ow T o G e t T h e r e
Getting there is very easy from Chiang Mai city center. Just drive up Canal Road, past the 700-Year Stadium, drive another 2 km. and follow the signs. The lake is in a lovely area with mountain views.