Get Ready for a Feast of International Jazz Bangkok Thailand Travel Guide
Thailand Travel Guide Get Ready for a Feast of International Jazz Bangkok

Get Ready for a Feast of International Jazz Bangkok Thailand Travel GuideThe Thailand International Jazz Festival will start on Friday at the Royal Plaza, near the King Rama V monument with an exciting line-up of acts including the Piti Quartet, Koh Saxman, Lee Ritenour and T- Square. The following evening features Bangkok Connection, Prode-Thanapat Jazz Group/Jam Session and Tuck & Patti, before the headline performance by Joe Sample and Spyro Gyra. The line-up for December 14 is Angelitali, Shakatak and renowned guitarist Larry Carlton. The festival then moves to Bang Saen, Chon Buri, for the weekend of December 19 and 20, where beachside music will be provided by more leading Thai jazz bands, plus musicians from Mexico and New Orleans.


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Sub Finally Seeking Nemo in Phuket Thailand Travel Guide

Sub Finally Seeking Nemo in Phuket Thailand Travel GuideAfter several postponements, the Phuket Submarine took the plunge into the waters off the Andaman resort island earlier this month. The big yellow submarine carries 48 passengers into the deep from Rassada Harbour on the southeast coast. It’s fully air-conditioned and has both LCD monitors and large viewing ports to give everyone great views of the undersea world. Phuket Submarine Ltd obtained approval from the Thailand Board of Investment for the Thai-American joint venture, an expansion of Pacific Subsea Saipan, which has been running tourist submarines for more than 10 years. The fare is Bt2,500 for a 30- to 45-minute trip around the Andaman Sea, visiting the small islands of Koh Dok Mai and Koh Mai Ton. The firm plans to conduct dives eight times a day. For details, call (076) 244 820-3.


It’s the Blooming Season in Mae Hong Son Thailand Travel Guide

It’s the Blooming Season in Mae Hong Son Thailand Travel GuideThe entire tourism sector in Mae Hong Son has shifted into gear for the influx of tourists expected during the sunflower blooming festival. The provincial office advises visitors to bring warm clothes as the temperatures in these mountainous climes can drop dramatically. The sunflower blooming festival will officially start on November 9 at Mae Hong Son’s Tambon Mae U-Khor in Khun Yuam District. The opening ceremony features a special cultural performance by the Tai Yai. From the beginning of November, Mexican sunflowers or bua thong as they are known in Thai, carpet the surrounding countryside for miles in each direction during the whole winter season. For those who enjoy communing with nature, tents and camping equipment can be rented in Khun Yuam District until the end of December.

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