Another up and coming walking street that is famous among western tourists is Bophut Fisherman’s Village. Located in the north of Koh Samui with Mae Nam to the west and Big Buddha Beach to the east, Bophut is a charming village where Chinese shop-houses conversed to modern cafes and restaurants crowd the narrow street.
As we all know, during traveling in Thailand, besides from famous products such as durian chips, snail skin care products, latex pillows and green grass cream ointments, famous cosmetics brand and top-notch skin care products are also worth buying, since selling prices of skin care products and cosmetics in Thailand are much cheaper than in China, on whose purchases you can also claim a tax refund. Moreover, department stores often hold promotional activities, such as every Central Department Store in Thailand always invites customers to register for The 1 Card Tourist so as to be able to immediately enjoy 5% off and up to 6% tax refund, including a variety of deals, discounts, discounts on top of discounts, gifts, cash vouchers etc.. Needless to say, scroll down and see what kind of cosmetics, you need to buy!
Souvenirs are merely just gifts or memorabilia you buy for your loved ones back at home. They often tell certain stories and serve as nostalgic reminders of those wonderful experiences you encountered during your stay or journey. Let these wonderful gifts tell the tales of memorable tastes and mesmerising times you had in Thailand.
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Samui’s restaurants: Top picks Samui isn’t just one of the must-visit favourite holiday destinations…picturesque, exotic sandy beaches and endless coconut groves, but by being one of the southern-most towns, Samui develops a kind of unique tradition and culture of its own, especially when it comes to food! When you go down there, don’t forget to take a big bite or spoonful of its delicious offerings.
Full Day Eco Adventure in Koh Samui Nature Tours in Koh Samui This ecologically-sound adventure around Koh Samui includes the below activities. Elephant trekking: Ride on the world`s largest land animal. Experience enchanting views of Koh Samui`s beautiful jungle and coconut plantations. Watch an amazing elephant show and don`t miss the meet and feed and photo opportunities. 4×4 Jeep safari: Explore the tropical jungle and highland of rural Thailand with an experienced driver. Throughout the journey, you will stop at various viewpoints, where you can enjoy panoramic views of Koh Samui and surrounding islands.
Koh Phangan Full Moon Party Koh Phangan Nightlife Haad Rin Nok Beach is only about 800 meters long but on Full Moon Party nights, more than 12 powerful sound systems crank out tunes and it hosts up to an amazing 30,000 partygoers during special events such as New Year`s Eve. In short,Koh Phangan`s full moon parties are the most celebrated and longest-running dance culture events in the world. With such an impressive ensemble of partiers and music in a beautiful setting, the result is a lot of mad, pretty much uncontrolled beachside fun. The party kicks off early evening with a lot of people arriving after ten o`clock when locals and brave (or inebriated) visitors try their skills at skipping the fire swing – a petrol-doused rope swung by two pretty strong guys.
The Thailand Pavilion at the World Exposition Milano 2015 in Italy, from 1 May to 31 October 2015, presents the concept of “Nourishing and Delighting the World”. This exhibition aims to build confidence in Thai agricultural and food products. It also confirms our readiness to become the kitchen of the world, as well as to expand our market of agricultural products on the world stage. Thailand’s participation in the World Exposition Milano 2015, under the broader theme of “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”, also helps to raise global awareness about sustainable food production, with a showcase of our abundant species, modern food cultivation technology, and His Majesty’s philosophy of sustainable development.