Thai VietJet Air is running Mid-Year Mega Sale
Low-cost airline Thai Vietjet Air is running a Mid-Year Mega Sale from June 20-30, 2023.
The outline of the Mid-Year Mega Sale is as follows.
Routes eligible for sale: All international routes operated by Thai VietJet Air
Fares: From 0 baht (Other expenses such as airport usage fees and fuel surcharges are required)
Applicable boarding period: July 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023
For details and reservations, please check the official website of Thai VietJet Air.
Fifth bridge connecting Thailand and Laos under construction, expected to open in 2024
A fifth bridge across the Mekong River connecting Thailand and Laos is currently under construction.
The bridge is 1,350 meters long and will connect Bolikhamxay province in Laos with Bueng Kan province in northeastern Thailand.
Once completed, the bridge is expected to facilitate cross-border trade, investment and tourism between Thailand and Laos, boost economic growth in both countries, and help strengthen ties between the two neighboring countries.
"Siam Makro", which operates supermarkets such as "Makro", changes its name to "CP Axtra"
On June 15, 2023, Siam Macro, which operates members-only supermarkets and supermarkets such as "Makro" under the umbrella of Thailand's largest conglomerate CP Group, will change its company name to "CP Axtra".
The stock code on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) will change from 'MAKRO' to 'CPAXT'. The store's "Makro" branding will continue.
"Hotel JAL City Bangkok" to open in Thonglor on July 3, 2023
Hotel JAL City Bangkok operated by Okura Nikko Hotel Management (Minato-ku, Tokyo) will open in Thonglor, Bangkok on July 3, 2023. The name of the hotel is "Hotel JAL City".
About 3 minutes on foot from BTS Thonglor Station, 16 floors above ground, 324 guest rooms, standard room area about 28 square meters. Guests can use the pool at the adjacent Hotel Nikko Bangkok (for a fee).
The 10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Thailand's National Parks
The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Flora, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Thailand announced on June 12, 2023, "The 10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in National Parks of Thailand".
The 10 waterfalls selected for the '10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Thailand's National Parks' are:
●Mae Ya Falls (Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai)
Mae Sa Waterfall is located in Doi Inthanon National Park, just an hour's drive north of Chiang Mai. A powerful current with a height of about 260 meters and a width of about 100 meters flows gracefully. Mae Ya Waterfall is imposing in its size and is considered one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand.
●Klong Lan Waterfall (Khlong Lan National Park, Kamphaeng Phet Province)
Klong Lan National Park is located in Kamphaeng Phet province in northwestern Thailand, Klong Lan Waterfall is just 800 meters from the National Park Office.
●Tao Dam Waterfall (Klong Wang Gjao National Park, Kamphaeng Phet Province)
Tao Dam Waterfall is located in Klong Wang Chao National Park in Khlong Lan District, Kamphaeng Phet Province. It is a shale (black) waterfall, which is rare in Thailand. You can play in the water, but you need to be careful not to get into a drowning accident.
●Krung Chin Waterfall (Kawolwan National Park, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province)
Krung Ching Waterfall is located in Khao Luang National Park. Krung Ching Waterfall has 7 levels and each level offers a different beauty. The most prominent is the second-level waterfall, a stream-like waterfall that flows beautifully along the rocky cliffs. The area is one of the largest birdwatching sites in Southern Thailand.
●Huwai Mae Kamin Waterfall (Srinakharin Dam National Park, Kanjanaburi Province)
Huay Mae Kamin Waterfall is located in Srinakarin Dam National Park in Kanchanaburi. Huai Maek Ming Waterfall is divided into 7 levels, 1st level Dong Wan, 2nd level Man Ka Ming, 3rd level Wang Na Hua, 4th level Chat Kaew, 5th level Lai Jong Rong, 6th level Don Pisua, and 7th level Rom Klao. Each level has its own beauty, and each level of the waterfall can be reached on foot via nature trails.
●Erawan Waterfall (Erawan National Park, Kanjanaburi Province)
Located in Kanchanaburi, about 200 km northwest of Bangkok, Erawan Waterfall is a seven-tiered waterfall that forms part of Erawan National Park. It is Entrance fee for foreigners is 400 baht per adult and 200 baht per child.
●Mandaeng Waterfall (Phuhin Rong Kla National Park, Phitsanulok Province)
Mandaeng Waterfall is located within Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park near the Laotian border in northern Thailand. This area he declared a national park in 1977 and opened in 1984. 22 kilometers southeast of the visitor center lies Mandaeng Falls in rugged terrain. Access to these mystical waterfalls is via a 3.5-kilometer slightly bumpy trail through dense forest, so an official travel guide is required.
●Hwa Luwang Waterfall (Phu Jong Na Yoi National Park, Ubon Ratchathani Province)
Hwai Luwan Waterfall, located in Pujong Nayoi National Park, Ubon Ratchathani Province, is a waterfall about 50 meters high that falls into a small basin-like valley.
●Maesling Waterfall (Maesling National Park, Mae Hong Son Province)
Mae Sling Waterfall National Park is Thailand's first national park located in the northern part of Mae Hong Son province in northwestern Thailand. This is Thailand's highest mountain range and the scenery is breathtaking. This single-tier waterfall is stunning as it stretches from the top of the cliff down the mountainside to the rocks 100 meters below.
●Heona Rock Waterfall (Khao Yai National Park, Nakhon Ratchasima Province)
Haewonalok Waterfall is a huge waterfall located in the middle of the virgin forest of Khao Yai National Park. Nakhon Ratchasima province has he three level waterfalls together. For safety reasons, visitors are only allowed up to level 1. The waterfall is about a kilometer from the car park and once you reach the waterfall there is another 50 meter flight of stairs which are very narrow and steep. When you reach the viewing platform, you can see the majestic beauty of the waterfall beautifully.