Archive for March, 2013

Nature Made Us To Be Equals: Happy International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day

Won’t it be nice if humans also practiced gender equality like the animals? Humans might be the most advanced and developed creature, but it still leaves a lot of room for us to learn the basics from these supposedly unintelligent animals. Man has not only imposed his superiority on the animal kingdom but also on his better half or equivalent, ‘the women’. This year the Khao Kheow Open Zoo of Thailand urges our societies to take up the cause of gender equality on the occasion of International Read more [...]

A Blissful Morning @ Khao Kheow Open Zoo

Khao Kheow Open Zoo

The Khao Kheow Open Zoo is not just full of nature’s charisma but also the warm nature of its people which offers you some exciting Eco Tours. Here is the details of one of the Eco Half Day Tour; Enter the zoo and the first thing you do is accept a welcome drink. Famous for its wide variety of fauna and flora, here you not only admire the nature but get close to them. Breakfast with Suriya; witness the gentlemanly orangutan entertain the visitors with his acrobatics and frivolous humor. Khao Kheow Read more [...]

Economical and Ecological: Eco Tour Packages

Eco Tour Packages

The Eco adventure tours in Khao Kheow Open Zoo are some of the best half day getaways in Thailand. If you have a couple of hours to spare and want to make the best of it, come along. These trips are best designed as per the fast and busy lifestyle of today. Once you enter into the premises of this zoo time will stop and so will all the stress at least for the few hours, you spend here. The Khao Kheow Open Zoo is famous for its several conservation shows such as the Journey to the Jungle Show, After Read more [...]

Celebrating Our Daughters: Happy Dolls Festival!!

Happy Dolls Festival

Japan is one the rare nations that has an entire festival dedicated to its daughters. The Doll Festival or as locally known ‘Hina Matsuri’ is a grand event. For those who don’t know this will come as a surprise that the festival actually originated in China. The tradition says that in Olden China relatives would gift little girls with paper dolls which they would submerge in a nearby stream. With the doll floating away it seems that the misfortune and imperfections of the girls would also Read more [...]

Thailand Makes a Strong Presence at the Largest International Travel Trade Fairs in Europe

Boost Thailand’s Tourism

On the 22nd February 2013 the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) participated in prominent and largest travel trade fairs, the annual ‘Europe – FITUR 2013 and Holiday Fair’.  The exhibition was filled by approximately 300 traders from around 150 different countries. Each event at the fair drew over 100,000 consumers, providing a wide platform and much needed exposure for Asian tourism.  The TAT team interacted with various players of the tourism industry like travel agents, airline alliances, Read more [...]