Kategorija Arhiv: Tajska Green Travel

Frame Wiman Beach

Jadralno padalstvo vzdolž svetlobe Breeze in Pregledovanje Bend vodotoka

Na dan z jasno nebo, veter piha zmerno, valov treskav v stenah Khung Wiman Beach, je pravi čas, da se plava nad morjem na pisane engineless krilih padalom. Odprite oči na novo stališča z jadralnim padalom.

Beachfront območje Khung Wiman, poleg tega pa je znano po svoji dolgi ukrivljeni plaže, ima tudi dva pasu ceste je, da teče po dolžini plaže je mislil, da je najlepši vzhodne Tajska. Na voljo je tudi področje, na katerem gorskih pobočjih v morje ustvariti lepe kulise in pomirjujoče vzdušje.

To je v senci različne plaže vegetacije; kot naprimer, plaža morje hrast. Poleg tega, breeziness te lokacije je zelo primerno za jadralno padalstvo, saj je aktivnost odvisna od piha veter v čelo in toplejše temperature zemeljsko površje zraka, da vas dvigne od tal. Prav tako bo prostorno polje vam omogočajo, da nastavite padalo nad glavo, medtem ko je visoka skala pomaga blok močne sunke vetra, preden naletite na veter glave in začetek. V skladu s padalom, preko peska, glej ozke krivulje zalivu in pogled na borov skupaj s smaragdno morje peneče na soncu. Za vaše strani lahko vidite zelene gore in jih občudujem, medtem ko se hladi v vetru, kot če bi bili v deželi sreče.

Travel Info
Od Chanthaburi mesta, vzeti avtocesti 3 (Chanthaburi-Rayong) in naprej na avtocesti 3399 dokler ne pridete na plažo. Vendar, boste morali obrniti na Thaiglider Klub za imenovanje.
GPS Location
N12 ° 36.31 ', E101 ° 52.46 '
Kontakt
Thaiglider Club +66 2895 8879 www.thaiglider.com
Pisarna TAT Rayong +66 3865 5420 za 1 , +66 3866 4585

informacije : http://adventure.tourismthailand.org


Huai Tueng Thao

Vožnja po gorah

Chiang Mai Province. Krmarjenje mestnega morass z nežnimi pasov na hladnih poletnih nočeh lahko to ena urbanih tajskega najbolj prijetno jahanje izkušenj. Pot je bila izbrana iz neskončnega paleto drugih zaradi svoje prilagodljivosti obeh začetnike in strokovnjake ter izredno priročno mesto tik pred Chiang Mai, na razpoke med Huai Tueng Thao in Doi Suthep National Park.The progi sam naredi za slavno ljubeznivega puško-poroko med gorskih gozdovih tega območja in liči področjih, in številne bolj urbane dobrine in dejavnosti, s katerimi je treba izpolniti poti in želodec.

Malo naprej po cesti

Izhajajoč iz ene od najema koles trgovin na Sam Lan cesti, ki pelje mimo Wat Phra Sing, zapustiti mestno obzidje iz zahoda, po severa kvadrant jarek do križišča pri svojem kotu, preden zavijemo levo navzdol Huai Kaeo cestni prelaz Chiang Mai najstarejše nakupovalno središče in nadaljuj do drugega velikega križišča, tam, sprejme proti severu righturn. 1 km v, lahko dobite z glavne ceste in sledimo poti umazanijo teče po vzporednem kanalu, sledite oznakam za 700 let Stadium, kjer zavijemo levo po 5 km. Huai Tueng Thao, pravzaprav rezervoar, je le malo naprej po cesti.

Toda namesto naravnost tam, da za poti in šel za stadion, prečkanje jezu steno v gozd. Sledite lepa, modre in rdeče označena mešane terene poti, ki vas pusti pri Huai Tueng Thaa po 10 km. V nasprotnem primeru, kroženje jezero se izpolnjuje v sebi in tako ali tako pa si lahko nagradite na enem od številnih poceni in Vetrovi jezeru restavracijah pred vrnitvijo v Chiang Mai.

Kako priti do tja
Kako pa je zelo enostavno iz Chiang Mai centra mesta. Samo dvignila Canal Road, mimo 700-leta Stadium, voziti drug 2 km. in sledite smerokazom. Jezero je na lepem mestu, s pogledom na gore.

GPS Location
N19 ° 25,491 '
E97 ° 57,181 '


Stari Capital Ayutthaya

 

Take a Bicycle Ride Back in Time

Start your journey at the TAT Tourist Information Centre, po Si Sanphet Rd. (glej zemljevid), za dosego prvega cilja. Oglejte si način življenja državljanov starega kapitala. Then take a stop to ask blessings from “Phra Mongkhon Bophit”, a sacred Buddha image of Ayutthaya at Wat Phra Mongkhon Bophit. Not far away is “Wat Phra Si Sanphet”. It is the most important temple of the old capital Ayutthaya. Inside is the ancient palace of Ayutthaya where the kings of old used to live, as well as where the various ceremonies were performed. Study the history of the 417-year-old palace once full of beauty and glory. Then head eastward to the “Bueng Phra Ram”. This is where King U-Thong used to declare Ayutthaya as the new capital city. Take a relaxing ride pass “Phra Thinang Yen” (which is literally translated as either the Evening Throne or the Cool Throne) where the king used for watching the waterborne entertainment of the Ayothaya people. Continue onward to “Wat Mahathat”, a royal temple built in the time of Boromma Rachathirat I or Khun Luang Pa-ngua for containing the Buddha’s ashes. Before leaving the temple, do not forget to look for the “Buddha image on the roots of the Bodhi tree”, a place chosen by UNESCO to be a World Heritage Site.

On the opposite side is “Wat Ratchaburana”, the temple that contains all the remaining treasures of the Ayutthaya kings after the capital city was sacked a second time. Part of that treasure is kept at “Chao Sam Phraya National Museum”. Now head northward to “Wat Thamikarat”, a sacred place believed to grant wishes to those that pray piously. In the late afternoon, travel to “Wat Na Phra Merurachikaram”. Refill your energy with sweet, cold drinks while admiring the only remaining building of Ayutthaya’s beautiful architecture. When you hear the monk’s lunch gong, ride along the Khlong Sa Bua. Go to the pottery commune where they produce the “Nang Loeng Jars”, which are very large red uncoated pottery jars. After saying hi to the villagers and taking photos, move onward to “Wat Choeng Tha”. Located on the left of the Lop Buri River, it is where King Thaksin received his education during his youth. By noon you will have reached “Wat Lokayasutharam” or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. It is known for the 29 m long reclining Buddha image created from bricks connected with mortar. Then have lunch or buy souvenirs. Afterward, ride back to the tourist information centre of the TAT which signals the end of your trip.

Information from http://adventure.tourismthailand.org



 

Phuklon Country Club

Pamper yourself with mud

MAE HONG SON PROVINCE. Po naporni vožnji iz Pai,
z več tisoč krivulj ob avtocesti 1095, what could be
a better way to relax than to treat yourself to a spa experience before
arriving in Mae Hong Son.

Phuklon ni navadna spa. It offers up to visitors subterranean wealth
of a very special kind—a variety of mineral mud with only three known
sources worldwide. The boiling mud, with a temperature ranging from
60º -140º C, emerges from the underground mineral water well visible
upon entering the spa area. Signs will inform the visitor that the mud
here is rich in calcium, bromine, magnesium, and many more elements.
The dark oozing liquid is purified and then mixed with Thai herbs such
as lemon grass and curcumin. Once cooled, it is ready to be applied.

Treatments vary from a facial mud mask to full-body scrub, at surprisingly
affordable prices. Those considering the full-body scrub and treatment
should be warned they may feel a little over-indulgent, since staff will
assist in every step, even with rinsing off the mud and bathing.

The greenery surrounding the spa is also quite soothing. The field, dotted with farmers’ sheds, stretches from the wooden platform next to the body treatment rooms and makes a great waiting spot while the mud paste applied to the skin dries (the process takes about 20 minutes). The open-air mineral swimming pool and jacuzzi is shaded with abundant trees and coloured with flowers. The buildings are camouflaged well in the garden, with their thatched roofs and partial wooden structures. Phuklon is the place where nature pampers both body and spirit.

 

Fun with Benefits

No health and beauty refuge is complete without a traditional Thai massage. Professional, therapeutic touch on a back stiff after four hours in a bus seat is nothing short of bliss. Foot massage is also popular among clients who want to pass the time while waiting for their facial mud mask to dry. After this reinvigoration of skin and muscle, mud-based cosmetic products, such as mud cleansing bars and mud mask powder, can be purchased for further pampering at home. Phuklon Country Club also provides a golf driving range nearby.

There is no accommodation in Phuklon, but fortunately it is less than half an hour from Mae Hong Son. On the way back to town, one may want to stop for a cup of freshly


brewed coffee and shop for OTOP products at the newly-opened Mae Hong Son Rajabhat University OTOP Centre (N19º 20.132′, E97º 57.965, look for the sign on the left if coming from Phuklon). Here will be found goods produced by villages of the region; kot naprimer, snacks made from sesame and local herbs and nuts, wine distilled from local fruits, and intricate and colourful accessories made from hand-woven tribal fabric.


Flight of the Gibbon

Swaying over the treetops

CHIANG MAI PROVINCE. Kljub imenom, obiskovalci ne ravno brachiate z drevesa na drevo, kot je realno giboni. Kljub temu, drsenje navzdol 2-km dolgo zip linije visi nekaj 30-m nad krošnjami tropskih gozdov mora pripraviti podoben občutek, kot ga je nihanje primata uživajo.

 

The trip begins with a 50-minute ride from Chiang Mai, with the last
leg up the serpentine road of the Mae Kampong hills. There is a
choice between going early in the morning, at noon, or during the
late afternoon. The whole excursion takes about three hours. The
temperature suddenly drops on entering the densely vegetated
area, and the fun begins there.

 

After gearing up with straps and helmet, visitors are taken to the first
of 15 stationswooden platforms built on the tree top, and briefed on
safety procedures. A sample first flight follows, on a short zip line,
to acquaint customers with the equipment and motion. Of course, an
adrenaline surge is the main aim of zip-lining, but equally wonderful is
the sight of the diverse shades of green and mountain-lined horizon
seen while waiting to whizz from station to station. The deeper one
goes inside the forest, the more impressive the size and formation
of the trees. The flight concludes with a drop from a gigantic tree, in
which one can choose to fall head or feet first.

 

Fun with Benefits
What is greatly appreciated about this adventure is how the company is conscious about community and environmental issues. Before signing the disclaimer form, the staff make sure that visitors go through the recommendations for good environmental practices. In the area around the office, signs give information about the vital roles of the tropical rainforest ecosystem. The company also claims that 10% of its profits go to conservation projects.


Before being driven back to the city, visitors are served lunch, with a stroll at the Mae Kampong Waterfall as dessert. The Waterfall is medium-sized with seven tiers, and it takes about 15 minutes to climb to the top. At the entrance to the waterfall, a number of trees with saffron-coloured strips of cloth tied around the trunks may be seen. These trees are ‘ordained’ and become sacred, so that no poacher would have the heart or dare to cut them downa perfect example of utilizing folk wisdom as a conservation strategy.

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