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- Buddha Images in Thailand
- Images of Buddha in Thailand
Buddhism plays a very significant role in the daily life of the Thai people. Since about 95% of the people in the kingdom of Thailand are Buddhists, Buddhism inevitably involves almost every occasion such as birthdays, marriages, moving to a new house, funerals, opening business offices or buying new vehicles. Dhammathai.org, was established to be the center for Buddhist and anyone who is interested.
- Image Limousine
Provides safe, secure, reliable transportation services between Airports, Hotels and Resorts. They also cater to the corporate sector by handling transportation for major conventions and conferences in Thailand. Their luxurious fleet of Nissan Teanas, all driven by an experienced team of drivers, will smoothly and efficiently escort you to your destination, in a manner that will leave you feeling relaxed, safe and secure.
- Thai Airways
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited is the national carrier of the Kingdom of Thailand. It operates domestic, regional and intercontinental flights radiating from its home base in Bangkok to key destinations around the world and within Thailand.
- Bangkok Airways
The origins of Bangkok Airways can be traced back to 1968 and a company known as Sahakol Air, which was initially set an air taxi service operating a Tradewind, a twin-engine, ten-seat aircraft during the Vietnam War. The assignments came from Overseas International Construction Company (OICC), an American construction company known as United States Operations Mission (USOM) and a number of other organizations engaged in oil and natural gas exploration in the Gulf of Thailand. Today, Bangkok Airways flies to a total of 20 destinations in eight countries: Bangkok, Samui, Phuket, Sukhothai, Pattaya Beach (Utapao), Chiang Mai, Trat in Thailand. In Cambodia, they fly to Phnom Penh and Angkor Wat (Siem Reap). They also fly to Jinghong, Xi'an, Guilin, Hong Kong, Zhengzhou, Hangzhou, Shenzhenin in China, Luang Prabang in Laos, Yangon in Myanmar, Singapore and Hiroshima in Japan.
- Nok Air
Nok Air is the truly Thai low fare airline for all travelers, offering services that are the most convenient in the travel industry, while complying with the highest international safety standards.
- Phuket Air
Phuket Air began its first operation flights to two destinations in the Southern provinces of Thailand namely Ranong and Phuket by utilizing Boeing 737-200. Since then, they have expanded our route structure and will continue to extend our sectors to cover more domestic and international destinations. Also, they have acquired more fleet including additional jets as well as a new turbo-prop aircraft.
- One-Two-Go by Orient Thai Airlines
One-Two-Go by Orient Thai is Thailand's first budget airlines. Uniquely distinguished as Asia's only low-cost airlines to offer a one-price policy for all its fares to all destinations.
- Air Asia
A Malaysian airlines flying to several destinations in Thailand, including Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Hatyai, Khon Kaen, Phuket, Ubon Ratchatani and Udon Thani.
- PB Air
Domestic flights to destinations including Lampang, Nan, Mae Hong Son, Roi-et, Sakon Nakhon, Nakhon Phanom, Buriram and Nakhon Si Thammarat.
- SGA (Siam General Aviation)
Private aircraft can fly directly between two locations served by hundreds of airports regionally. It is you who decide when and where to fly to meet your individual or business needs.
- The Schedule of the State Railway of Thailand (SRT)
- Wat Arun
Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, is one of Bangkok's best know landmark. It stands on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River in Thon Buri. Wat Arun is best seen from the opposite bank of the river; it glistens in the sunlight during the day and stands dark and noble at dawn or dusk. A visit to the beautiful, peaceful monastery complex surrounding the familiar towers is very worth-while. These towers, the "Phra Prang," although best known, the only part of Wat Arun. It also contains narrow lanes; elegant, old white buildings; shrines, pools of turtles, and two fine giants, " Yuk Wat Jaeng," mortal enemies of the " Yuk Wat Po" across the river.
- Temple of the Emerald Buddha
The Sixtieth Anniversary Celebrations of His Majesty's Accession to the Throne