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What you need to know about Tides Tides are caused by the combined effects of gravitational forces that come from the sun and the moon. A tide is a fall and a rise of the sea level. The tides in Khao Lak change every 6 hours, with the following consequence that the beach grows and shrinks over the day.There are four...

Bungalows In Khao Lak For Rent Stay at one of our bungalows for one night or for an entire month. The most convenient way of spending your holiday is most probably enjoying privacy. Our bungalows are located in Nang Thong, which is also know as Khao Lak Central. Situated in a quite atmosphere, on a hillside, you can enjoy full privacy...

Songkran – Thai New Year Celebrate New Year’s the Thai wayIt is a special weekend in Thailand. The Thai name for it is Songkran. People also call it the water festival. Many tourists take part in the great festival; however what is it really all about? Read about the actual history as well as traditions and rituals during Songkran – the...

Bang Niang Market Three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, the Bang Niang Market opens its doors from 1 to 6 pm to sell everything locals as well as tourists are interested to buy. https://youtu.be/u4vpd_zgYKY What is there? The market can be roughly divided into seven sections. On the one hand there are vegetables and fruits as well as meat and fish to...

The biggest flower in the world- Rafflesia Rafflesia plants are found in the tropical rainforests of South-east Asia. There are about 30 different types of  species of them. The flowers have a diameter up to 1 meter. The flower itself usually consists of five red-brownish- colored, leathery petals. Rafflesia is a parasite plant to the wild grapes. It has no leaves,...

Bird's nest soup - a delicacy made out of saliva The bird's nest soup is an edible-nest-swiflet which is found mostly in South-east Asia and is build with saliva. The nests are rich in protein and therefore highly demanded. The White- nest swiflet uses only its spittle for the nests whereas the Black-nest swiflet also uses feathers and leafs for building the...

The biggest Gekko in Southeast Asia is named Tokay “Tokayyyy, Tokay …” – a loud and unexpected noise interrupts the steady chirping of the cicada and wakens up the from an exhausting and exciting day sleepy tourist. In the glow of the flashlight the source of the nocturnal disturbance can be located: there’s a kind of oversized lizard sitting or better...

There are currently only two kinds of elephants on our planet: the African elephant and the Indian or Asian elephant.Differences The two types are easily distinguished. Elephants use their ears to dispense body heat, the larger the ears, the more space they have for body heat. In the forests of Asia it is not too hot like in the African savanna, therefore Asians one...