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(TH-ENG) Tako Pid Thong Smart Mining Promotional Video

This is a promotional video about mining project in Ratchaburi. I translated the narration script into English as you can see in the subtiles of the video. 15 more words

#39 Enjoy drinks and art at d Kunst gallery and cafe

You need to leave Bangkok to find places like the d Kunst gallery and cafe that you expect to find in a big city. Ratchaburi has much more to offer than you would think.


#38 See the caves at Khao Ngu in Ratchaburi

A big buddha greets you upon arrival after a short ride from Ratchaburi. Despite it’s name “snake mountain”, the caves in the limestone mountains are rather protected by monkeys than snakes. 12 more words


December 22nd, 2016: Ratchaburi, Thailand

Although Bangkok was our home base, we began a week long adventure south, with the first stop inĀ Ratchaburi. To be completely honest, I am not sure how I stumbled upon this town; however, I do remember why it stuck out to me so much. 744 more words

Ratchaburi Province

Ratchaburi is a province in central Thailand to the west of Bangkok, bordering Myanmar (Burma). It’s known for the Damnoen Saduak floating market, where vendors sell food, handicrafts and souvenirs from traditional wooden boats afloat on khlongs (canals). 205 more words

80km West Of Bangkok

The Path Less Traveled In Thailand: Unveiling Ratchaburi

Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai have always been the top choices for travelers visiting Thailand. However, I will be introducing an off-the-beaten province, Ratchaburi. 2,279 more words