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Bangkok’s new green space forest skywalk

posted 15 Jul 2022, 04:10 by Happi Mess   [ updated 4 Sept 2022, 21:42 ]




Benjakitti Forest Park: Bangkok’s new green space is a must see



Benjakitti Forest Park, is new landmark public park of central Bangkok in Bangkok, Thailand.

Benjakitti Forest Park, Bangkok’s newest and biggest public park is now welcoming tourists and locals alike.

And if you are traveling to Bangkok from Hua Hin, the park is well worth a visit.

Benjakitti Forest Park in Klong Toey district spans some 450 rai and is located on the former site of the factory belonging to the Tobacco Authority of Thailand.

The development of the park was in accordance with the wishes of His Late Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother and is part of the government’s 30-year plan to create large city public parks.




Costing more than 650 million baht, the park’s redevelopment has been part of a joint venture between the Finance Ministry Treasury Department and the Royal Thai Army, while the Arsom Silp Institute of the Arts has overseen the design.

The plan was to enlarge Benjakitti Park in order to create the ‘lungs of the city’, which would see the park become a tourist attraction in its own right and a green space that people in Bangkok could enjoy.

Opened in 1994, the original Benjakiti Park underwent its first phase of renovations in 2016, which saw the park expanded by a further 61 rai. Phases 2 and 3, which include the latest expansion, opened quietly in 2021 with the official opening set for later this year.

Its expansion means that Benjakitti Forest Park will be the largest park in Bangkok once completed, dwarfing the famous Lumpini Park by almost 100 rai.

The park comprises a 5.8 kilometer nature trail, a 2.8 kilometer running path, and a 3.4 kilometer cycling path, which are specifically designed to promote physical activity.

Both the running and cycling paths in the park are separate tracks and also include a slow and faster lane for convenience and safety.



There is also an auditorium made from giant tracts from the original tobacco factory and which can accommodate a total of 15,000 people.

A building which was also once part of the tobacco factory will also be converted into an indoor sports centre and a museum that can accommodate up to 3,000 people.

One of the highlights of the park is the forest area where students and members of the public will be able to learn about nature and different ecosystems.

Once phase 3 is complete, the park will include a total of four ponds which can hold up to 128 million cubic meters of water.

The ponds act like giant sponges to soak up storm water during the wet season.

In addition the park is also able to double up as a water treatment plant, capable of producing up to 1,600 cubic metres of water per day.



The area around the ponds will see 7,155 new trees planted, as well as mangrove and freshwater plants, evergreens and Thai flowers, including Banyan trees, Yangna (Dipterocarpus alatus, Lumpae (Sonneratia caseolaris), Lumpoon (Sonneratia ovate), Takhian (Hopea odorata), Sadao (Neem)and Kheelek (Senna siamea).

The new trees are in addition to the 1,733 mature trees that already grow on the site, with the whole site set to become home to a wide variety of wildlife.

Plans are also in place to upgrade the 1.3 kilometer elevated walkway which connects Benjakitti and Lumphini parks.

As well as being a boon for visitors, the flowers, trees and wetlands in the park will help to remove pollutants including PM2.5 particles from the air in Bangkok.

The official opening of the park is due to be held on August 12th to mark the Royal Birthday Anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother.

Benjakitti Forest Park is open daily from 5am to 9pm and is located next to the Queen Sirikit Convention Center.





Tip:- The backdrop of skyscrapers from Bangkok’s business district that can be seen from the park’s lake make for an excellent photo opportunity.











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Visual Airlines by Fleet Composition

posted 8 Jun 2022, 20:42 by Happi Mess   [ updated 8 Jun 2022, 20:45 ]

Visualizing Well-Known Airlines by Fleet Compositio

How many airplanes do the world’s major airlines utilize in their fleets, and which models do they prefer?

Some prefer newer planes, such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner which came into service in the 2010s. Others prefer large planes, like the Airbus A380 , the world’s largest passenger aircraft. A few carriers, like Air France–KLM, opt for variety. The airline uses 16 different active models. This contrasts with Southwest Airlines, which utilizes a single model in its fleet.

This series of graphics visualizes some of the world’s most well-known airliners by fleet composition, using fleet data from Planespotters.net as of May 26, 2022.

How Many Planes Are in Airline Fleets?

Each plane in a fleet is tracked in meticulous detail, from its start of service date and age, to its registration number and current status.

Above we visualized the parent airline’s current fleets, which includes planes that are either in service or parked for future service. They do not include retired planes (the historic fleet) or future planes on order.

From conglomerates to flag carriers, here are some of the world’s most well-known airline fleets:

This infographic breaks down the airline fleets of major carriers.

U.S. based airlines were far and away the largest aircraft carriers, with American Airlines being the world’s largest airline by fleet size since 2019. Interestingly, Delta Airlines was the largest by revenue in 2020, despite a smaller fleet size.

Asia’s largest airline has been China Southern, in both fleet size, revenue, and passengers carried. Together with China Eastern and the flag carrier Air China, it is part of China’s “Big Three” airlines.

But smaller airlines aren’t any less important, or lucrative. The slightly smaller fleet size of International Airlines Group (IAG), which was formed from a merger between flag carriers British Airways and Iberia, includes planes that fly on the world’s highest grossing routes. They’re joined on the list by other smaller fleets including UAE airliner EmiratesSingapore Airlines (often ranked as the world’s best airline), and Air Canada.

Boeing, Airbus, and Other Aircraft Manufacturers

The story of airline fleets usually breaks down to the world’s largest aircraft manufacturers, Europe’s Airbus and America’s Boeing.

By outlasting key competitors and mergers in a difficult industry, the duopoly has solidified a grasp on the commercial aircraft sector. In 2019, they were estimated to control a combined 91% of the global commercial aircraft market.

Which manufacturers do the world’s popular airlines utilize? Here’s a breakdown of the same airlines from above, this time by manufacturer share:

Notably, European and Asian airlines have emerged as slightly bigger Airbus customers, while American carriers favor Boeing. There are also standouts, such as Southwest Airlines’ utilization of just one make, the Boeing 737.

And a few carriers used aircraft from other manufacturers as well. Brazil’s Embraer saw usage in IAG and Air France–KLM, making up 17% of the latter’s total fleet. Bombardier‘s CJR planes, formerly produced by the Canadian manufacturer but now owned by the Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation, saw use by IAG, Air France–KLM, and Lufthansa. The Airbus A220 was also originally a Bombardier plane before being acquired by the European manufacturer in 2018.

China Southern Airlines was the only other airline to feature a different manufacturer’s plane in its active fleet, the ARJ21. Also known as the Xiangfeng (literally “soaring phoenix”), it was developed by Chinese state-owned manufacturer Comac and first introduced into service in 2016.

What Will Airlines Use in the Future?

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Airbus was starting to outperform Boeing in market share.

In 2019, the worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX model after two crashes saw 387 active aircraft grounded and 1,200 canceled orders, a debacle that could go down as the most costly corporate blunder in history.

Soon after, Airbus took the global market share lead in new orders, with the Airbus A320 becoming the world’s highest selling family of aircraft in October 2019. But the COVID-19 pandemic quickly followed and severely impacted the entire aviation industry.

As countries, airliners, and manufacturers look to bounce back and recover, fleet compositions are sure to change in coming years.
















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Thai Airways Launches “Time to Gold” Package

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Thai Airways Launches “Time to Gold” Package
Travelers who take advantage of the offer will receive Royal Orchid Plus Gold status for the next two years.

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Members of Thai Airways’ Royal Orchid Plus loyalty program — which ranked among the top five frequent flyer programs in the DestinAsian Readers’ Choice Awards 2022 — can look forward to greater perks in the coming months. The airline has just unveiled a brand-new “Time to Gold” package in response to growing demand for travel and Thailand’s further easing of entry rules for international arrivals. Loyal customers can buy a 350,000 THB (about US$10,195) air ticket cash credit voucher that’s valid until December 31, 2023, and receive a complimentary two-year Royal Orchid Plus Gold card with full status benefits. The package is now available on thaiairways.com, and this limited-time promotion runs only until July 31, 2022.

Time to Gold is exclusively offered to Royal Orchid Plus members; Basic and Silver members can buy this package to elevate their status, while Gold and Platinum members will be awarded 6,200 bonus miles upon purchase, which can be given to other members as a gift. In addition, Gold and Platinum membership statuses that are expiring before the end of December are being automatically extended by Thai Airways for another year.

Within the Asia-Pacific region, the special package is available to customers in Thailand, as well as those in Australia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Korea, and Hong Kong. It also extends to members based in Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. The 350,000 THB cash credit can be redeemed for THAI and THAI Smile air tickets; terms and conditions apply.

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Expert tips for long haul flights: Thing that makes my blood boil when travelling

Close to 1000 days after my last international trip, I said au revoir to Australia and bonjour to France.

During the 32 hours door-to-door, I wrote a few notes about the dos and don’ts of long-haul travel to help make your next overseas flight a little easier.

Bon voyage!


In Transit

While you’re in transit, there are only three places your passport should be

There are only three places your passport should be. Picture: Getty

There are only three places your passport should be. Picture: Getty

In your hand; in the hands of an airline or customs official; or in a safe, easily accessible place in your luggage or clothes. Mentally underline and highlight the last point. Too many times I’ve seen people frantically patting their body down as if doing a deranged Macarena because they don’t know if their passport is in the side/top/middle/secret spot in their carry-on or the back/front/inside/hidden pocket of their jacket or pants. Choose one place and stick to it.

Print it

Go old-school and print things

Most non-New Zealand citizens must meet COVID-19 vaccine requirements before travelling to New Zealand by air.

This is not the time to be scrambling for documents on your phone. Picture: Getty

Covid safety rules mean you may need a whole lot of documentation to get on a flight or cruise, or into a country. Print out your vaccination passport and negative test or medical clearance rather than solely relying on electronic versions of the documents, and store them in a plastic folder or travel wallet. This is much more efficient that searching for everything on your smartphone.

Accessories

Have the right accessories
Face masks are still required on flights.

You're going to be wearing that mask for a very, very long time. Choose wisely. Picture: iStock

Masks – N95 are the best – are currently essential on all flights and in most airports (except when eating and drinking) and given the schlepp to Europe or East Coast USA, that means you could be masked up for more than 24-hours. A toothbrush and paste are a given, but so too industrial-strength breath mints – a standing ovation for Fisherman’s Friends (which also happen to clear the nose) and Xxx Mints.

Dehydration and long-haul flying go hand-in-hand, and even if you’re flying at the front of the plane, there is never enough water. BYO large drink bottle and fill it up before the flight and then ask the flight attendants to refill it as you need it. For an extra boost, add Hydralyte tablets (the sports version is my new favourite), and try not to drink too much alcohol.

Ever since I caught a cold on a 13-hour flight and thought my head would explode, I’ve packed a natural nasal decongestant. I use Fess Eucalyptus Nasal Spray to prevent my nose from drying out and a packet of cold and flu tablets, just in case.

One last thing on dehydration: liberally apply face moisturiser, lip balm and lubricating eye drops throughout the flight.


Pillow

Invest in a decent travel pillow

There’s so much ick watching people at the airport carrying a pillow they’ve brought from home. I’ve tried upwards of 10 different neck pillows and reckon the old-school blow-up ones are the best because 1) they’re firm and comfortable, 2) they’re extremely portable, and 3) you don’t look like a child going to a slumber party.


Carry-on

Consider your carry-on
You need to have a system for your carry-on. Picture: Getty

You need to have a system for your carry-on. Picture: Getty

Try as I might, I’ve still not found the perfect carry-on for long-haul. They’re either too big or small, bulky or impractical for lugging around the airport between flights. Instead, I’ve created a Russian doll-style set-up of bags. I start with a small crossbody bag for my phone, passport and paperwork, wallet and glasses. Next is a small case on wheels (mine is from one of Aldi’s epic travel sales) with an external zipped compartment for my laptop and Ziploc bag for liquids and gels under 100ml (so I can whip them out easily at security). Inside the case are my iPad, headphones, toiletries, jumper, etc, plus a soft, drawstring bag (this is my current one). When I get on the plane, I fill the drawstring bag with the stuff I need in-flight and put it under the seat in front of me; the bigger bag, with all the just-in-case stuff goes into the overhead compartment.

Sleep gear


Be equipped for sleep
Go to sleep at the bedtime of your destination - it will decrease your chance of jetlag. Picture: Getty

Go to sleep at the bedtime of your destination – it will decrease your chance of jetlag. Picture: Getty

Many airlines no longer give you an amenities pack so if you’re keen for some sleep, pack an eye mask. Mine is silk, which is very posh and luxurious, but it was a gift and an inexpensive cotton one blocks out the same amount of light. Watch the clock. Whether it’s the flight tracker on your plane screen or the world clock on your phone, look at the time at your final destination and go to sleep at the bedtime of that destination. If you’re flying a long way, this may mean you have to fight your natural sleep pattern for a few hours or try to sleep when you’re wide awake, but it’s the first step to minimising jet lag. I take a sleeping tablet – a move many people judge, but my doc says it’s ok and I trust science.


WC etiquette

There’s toilet etiquette

The toilet on the plane is no different to any other public one you find on the ground. In fact, given the turbulence and, well, men, it’s possible it’s even more manky. Do not go to the bathroom in barefeet or socks. It’s gross. Put. Your. Shoes. On. Every. Single. Time.


Tech tools

Up your travel tech game
Don't forget the cord and adaptor for your headphones if you want to use with the in-flight entertainment system. Picture: Getty

Don't forget the cord and adaptor for your headphones if you want to use with the in-flight entertainment system. Picture: Getty

These days USB ports are a given in most airlines seats, but just in case a portable charger is essential for the flight and for charging your phone on-the-go. I like the Cygnett 20,000mAh. If you’ve invested in noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones (I have Bose 700 and give them 10/10) and plan to watch/listen to the airline’s entertainment option, don’t forget the cord and an adaptor to allow you to plug into the sound.

Travel tools

The write stuff

Take a pen. Actually, take three. One for you for all the customs and immigration forms you’ll fill out, one just in case the first stops working, a third for the doofus next to you who forgot their pen.


The finish

Finish with finesse
Take one big step back, everyone. Picture: Getty

Take one big step back, everyone. Picture: Getty

When you finally get off the plane and are collecting your luggage, stand a reasonable distance from the baggage carousel. If everyone is right next to it, it’s pandemonium because no one can see their bag coming and when they do, they injure everyone trying to retrieve it.

Honestly, I’m usually fairly calm, but this makes my blood boil.


















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Travel to Bangkok on old Oriental Express

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Travel to Bangkok in style on the old-timey Eastern & Oriental Express

Ever been on a journey where the journey itself matters more than the destination? Aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express, you’ll experience just that. Departing from Singapore, the train makes its way through Malaysia, with a stop-over in Kuala Kangsar before arriving at its destination, Bangkok. Although, you can commence your journey in Kuala Kangsar, or only do the Singapore-Malaysia leg.




In this day and age where we are often hurrying to get to places, the train offers an alternative — a chance to take it slow, and enjoy the ride. On board, enter a whole new world and experience the grandeur of a bygone era. With luxe colonial-style interiors that draw inspiration from the endless beauty of Asia, you’ll be transported back in time.

Bask in the sunlight in the observation car while you take in the ever-changing landscapes, or make merry in the piano car, where the resident pianist enthrals with sentimental tunes while you leisurely sip on a cocktail.

P.S. Pandemic travel still requires extra planning, paperwork and patience — be sure to use this handy travel tool that allows you to check on the right requirements for entry.

An adventure on the Eastern & Oriental Express will look something like this:

On board: Saloon car

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During the day, take it easy in the saloon car while flipping through a book or magazine from the library, or forge new friendships over the train’s selection of games.

On board: Observation car

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Seeing how diverse the landscapes in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand are, you’re in for a treat in the observation car. Charming small towns one day and sprawling plantations the next, observe the outside world from the comfort of the air-conditioned car or step out to breathe in the fresh, crisp air.

On board: Dining cars

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Each of the train’s three dining cars offers a distinct experience, either adorned with light wood inlays or lacquered panels featuring painstakingly hand painted flowers. Every meal is a gastronomical delight, featuring dishes prepared by the train’s renowned chefs who seamlessly fuse Eastern and Western flavours.

If you want something truly decadent, opt in for the Royal Celebration Breakfast where Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne is the highlight, though the caviar and foie gras dishes may just steal the show.

On board: Piano car

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Indulge in a nightcap in the piano car and reminisce with friends, both old and new, while the resident pianist serenades you. And if you’re feeling bold enough after a drink (or three), join the musician and belt out a song.

On board: Cabins

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Pick from four different (but equally ornate!) cabin styles with lounges that a steward will transform into a snug bed at night. No matter which you choose, each stylish cabin oozes vintage elegance and offers views of the outside world.

Each of the three days of your journey will have you in a different country. Immerse yourself in the beautiful Malaysian and Thai cultures, gaining new appreciation, experiences and hopefully, friends along the way.

Day 1: Singapore to Malaysia

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All aboard! On your first day, settle into your cosy cabin and explore the magnificent train as it chugs through the southern Malaysian countryside. Have a restful night as you gear up for the next two exciting days.

Day 2: Malaysia to Thailand

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After breakfast in the comfort of your cabin, you’ll have arrived in Kuala Kangsar. Join a tour through Kampung Labu Kubong, and hear about the inhabitants’ storied lives in a captivating century-old attap house. For the more adventurous, embark on a hill-trek and be rewarded with refreshments and sweeping views at the top.

Day 3: Thailand

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Start off your last morning in the Thai town of Kanchanaburi. Depending on whether you’re a history buff or a gourmand, you’ll either visit the Bridge on the River Kwai (better known as the Thai-Burma Railway) and its nearby museum, or sail along the river on a raft and learn how to cook authentic Thai food.

Surely, you’ll be hungry after the morning’s activities, so chow down on the train as it rumbles through Thailand. Come late afternoon, disembark in Bangkok — the fun’s just getting started!

















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Thailand is open to tourists, some places visited

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Thailand is now open to tourists. Here’s where to go



Thailand is back in business. After imposing strict health protocols at the height of the pandemic, the Southeast Asian country is now opening its doors to more tourists, including visitors from the Philippines.

Tourism is a huge driver of the Thai economy, making up about 20% of their GDP. It’s visited by millions of tourists each year, and prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, it welcomed over half a million Filipino tourists with an average length of stay at 8.7 days.

The country was quick to adapt to health and safety precautions to give tourists more comfort to travel. It has a “Test and Go” program that allows fully vaccinated tourists to enter the country without long quarantine restrictions, while all visitors are required to register for a Thailand Pass for easier contact tracing as they travel around the country. (The Pass requirement may soon be removed due to fewer daily infections.)

As part of their Amazing New Chapters campaign, the Thai government has opened up the country to the needs of post-pandemic tourism. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council Deputy Governor for International Marketing for Asia and South Pacific Tanes Petsuwan, this includes highlighting the country as a viable second home for “digital nomads.”

“Leading travel websites around the world have said Bangkok, Phuket, and Chiang Mai… these are the good places for digital nomads. For workation,” Petsuwan said during a press conference in Manila. “It’s a new segment that Thailand would like to focus on.”

As more Filipinos venture outside of the country, many of them have chosen Thailand as a nearby and viable travel choice. From January 2022 to April 2022, over five thousand Filipinos have visited Thailand, and they expect that number to grow as COVID-19 restrictions ease between the two countries.

For anyone looking to visit Thailand soon, CNN Philippines Life asked three creatives who recently visited Thailand to share some of their new favorite off-beat haunts, from shopping and art, to delicious places to eat.

SAM POTENCIANO, owner of Souvenir


Bang Sue Junction

“A multi-level shopping center dedicated to secondhand shops right across from Chatuchak. There's a flea market-style entrance on the outside, and on the inside the lower floors are occupied with antique furniture while the upper floors are full of secondhand clothing shops. Make sure to go [during] the weekend (most of the shops only open Saturdays/Sundays) when it's packed with young Thai vintage-hunters.”






Warehouse 30

“A small outdoor complex that houses contemporary Thai art galleries, a tattoo parlor, a coffee shop, and a big, pricey vintage shop called Horse Unit.”




The Commons

“A fun, open air complex filled with hip Thai food establishments and specialty shops.”

SOLEIL IGNACIO, illustrator and designer



Piccolo Vicolo Cafe

“A beautifully designed cafe inside one big compound of studios and shops. It’s my current favorite find because of the design and architecture of the whole space; adaptive reuse. *chef’s kiss*”

Charoen 43

“Again another small compound of cafes and cool shops! There’s a bike shop/cafe, a bakery, a gallery/exhibit space. Super loved the vibe.”

ARVEL ALVAREZ, co-founder and designer of Tanaw Studio



Rabbit Hole

"Rabbit Hole serves the best cocktails I've ever tried. As in, I tried multiple cocktails and each one sobrang sarap. It was also super fun looking for the place since they don't have a sign and their door is a bit hidden but I swear the hunt for their door is worth it!"


Havana Social

"Havana Social has a really fun vibe. They even have live bands playing from the balcony on weekends. (Laughs). Their entrance is hidden in a freaking phone booth and if you dial the right code, a secret entrance would automatically open! The cocktails were also super good, my faves were salted caramel and Ricardo Robson. They also have the cutest bathroom, as in Instagram-feed-(not just story)-worthy!"




Take a Breath

"Of all the cafes I visited, Take a Breath was the best. They have a cafe and restaurant so you can have a meal or just pastries. Both the meals and pastries were really good. Their grilled shrimp was really good and ang laki niya na I thought lobster siya. The fried rice with shrimps is super sulit kasi ang laki ng shrimp na they used, pang ulam na siya. The place was amazing. Just from the entrance of the place you’d think it's a resort with its gardens and wood facade."


Haidilao Hotpot

"Haidilao is a hotpot restaurant. The soup base and meat are really good. But what really stood out for me is that they have a snack bar, photo printing area, and free gel manicure area for people waiting for their table."


















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Thai Airways confident financials flying high

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Mixed fortunes for Thai Airways but nation’s flag carrier confident of financial take off 




Financial figures released yesterday by Thai Airways International revealed mixed fortunes for the Bangkok-based airline.

Thailand’s flag carrier airline declared a net loss of nearly 3.4 billion baht on revenue of 11.2 billion baht in Q1, an improvement on the 11.2 billion baht net loss from the same period last year, but on the positive side the company also noted a 155 per cent year on year increase.

Thai Airways’s financial report unveiled operational revenue had increased by 6.8 billion baht compared to the same period last year. On the down side expenditure of 14.4 billion baht increased, up 3 billion baht year on year, exposing a loss of 3.4 billion baht.

Higher fuel costs were elevated because of the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the on-going Covid-19 pandemic continues weight heavy on the airline. Fuel expenses increased almost 5-fold to 4.2 billion baht. Thai Airways was forced to enter a court-supervised rehabilitation programme in 2020 because of the pandemic, after posting its worst-ever net loss of 141 billion baht.

But the company bounced back from that setback a year later returning a net profit of 55.1 billion baht. It was Thai Airways’s first net profit in five years following a company overhaul of its infrastructure. The Thai government’s easing of Covid restrictions, and popular programmes such as the Thai Pass, has opened up the country to more tourists resulting in busier air traffic and increased revenue.

Thai Airways is confident the airline will continue to prosper and deliver a reliable operating profit in the future as pandemic restrictions ease and fuel costs come down.

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Shopping In Bangkok: 10 Awesome Markets You Can't-Miss On Your Next Trip 

The best way to experience an energetic city like Bangkok is to visit the local markets. Whether you're looking for a night market in Bangkok or more authentic experiences like floating markets and train markets, you'll definitely find a treasure trove of street food, cheap clothes and collectable antiques!

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ASIATIQUE The Riverfront

ASIATIQUE The Riverfront feels like a rebirth of the old Suan Lam Night Market that used to reside by the Chao Phraya River. Akin to a retail boulevard, ASIATIQUE is widely labelled as a modern street market complete with a massive Ferris wheel.


Open in the evenings, catch similar street market favourites from summer dresses to quirky knick-knacks. Then again, there’s no harm in spending some bahts at the popular Naraya store where floral bags and pouches are aplenty.

If you’re hungry, swing by Champion Kebab kiosk for their selections of chicken or beef kebab. To finish off with something sweet, order a serving of their authentic Turkish ice cream 😋

Tip: Our readers have shared with us that there are halal food stalls along Charoen Krung Rd, which is only a short walk away from Asiatique. There's even a mosque! Head out to the road from Asiatique and turn right on to Charoen Krung Road for some halal street food 

Opening Hours: Open daily; 11am-12am

Address: 2194 Charoenkrung Road, Wat Prayakrai District, Bangkor Laem, Bangkok.

Directions: Take the BTS to Saphan Taksin Station and follow the signs to Asiatique’s shuttle boat that will take you directly to the entrance for free (service hour is 5-10.45PM).

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Palladium Night Market



Located right outside the Palladium Shopping Mall in Pratunam, the Palladium Night Market is a small street market that opens late.

Although it's smaller in scale than most night markets in Bangkok, its compactness helps you find what you need fast! Not to mention that the prices here are kept affordable too.

Credit: Palladium Night Market Pratunam on Facebook

 Those of you with kids or buying t-shirts and clothes for the young ones, you'd be happy to know that the market has plenty of stalls selling kids' clothes too. You can also find your usual street market items like printed tees, handmade crafts, slippers, sandals and so on. 

Opening hours: Mon-Sun; 10am-8pm

Address: 487 Phetchaburi Rd, Khwaeng Makkasan, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand



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 Chatuchak Weekend Market

Anyone who has travelled to Bangkok would agree that Chatuchak Weekend Market is a fantastic representation of a street market fiasco.

Crowned as Thailand’s largest, it boasts a labyrinth of 8,000 booths complete with a floor-to-ceiling display of daytime and evening dresses, homegrown clothing labels, knock-off handbags and quirky ceramics - just to name a few.

 Despite its maze-like layout, Chatuchak is surprisingly easy to navigate. However, with a weekend crowd of 200,000, it’s easy to lose sight of your shopping companions. Set up a meeting point like the Clock Tower that is smack in the middle of the street market. Our guide to Chatuchak Weekend Market will be just what you need to conquer the whole market!

For a quick refuel, there are a couple of Muslim-friendly eateries like Saman Islam (located in front of the Clock Tower) that offer everything from fragrant chicken biryani to tom yam or beef noodle soup. A lane away from Saman Islam is the rustic Kak Jak that serves up green curry fried rice, chicken spicy salad with rice and pad thai.

Tip: Light clothing and comfortable footwear are best advised when visiting this outdoor street market. To escape the mid-day heat, the best hour to visit is in the morning or late afternoon. For an even cooler and more relaxed atmosphere, head over to Chatuchak on Friday nights from 7pm to 2am (only sections 8-26 will be open).

Opening Hours: Sat-Sun; 9AM-6PM, Fri; 6PM-12AM, Wed-Thu; 7AM-6PM (plant section only)

Address: 587/10 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok.

Directions : Chatuchak is located adjacent to the Kamphaengphet MRT Station. It’s also a 5-minute walk from Mo Chit Skytrain BTS Station and Suan Chatuchak (Chatuchak Park) MRT Station. For buses to Chatuchak Weekend Market, refer to this link


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Pratunam Market


While the city is still asleep, Pratunam Market is already wide awake at the intersection of Ratchaprarop and Phetchaburi Roads. As early as 4 am, local sellers would draw the shutters to pour out a variety of affordable clothes, handbags, shoes and accessories.

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Essentially a wholesale market, expect to see shop vendors and their heavy trolleys as they beeline the alleyway for the best deals. Follow their house rule: ‘Buy more for better discounts’ and be rewarded with yields like a casual blouse for only USD3!

Food-wise, Pratunam Market’s close proximity to the Darul Aman Mosque means there are many halal restaurants to try along Petchburi Road.

If you’re at the market early, take a seat at Farida Fatonee (497/5 Phetchaburi Road) for Muslim-friendly twists of Thai favourites such as pad thai, tom yam goong and a local thirst quencher, cha yen (Thai iced tea). Another go-to would be the Phayathai Kitchen  (68/63 Soi Phetchaburi 5) where local selections such as Thai curry noodles and mango spicy salad triumph their Western menu of steak and fries. 

Tip: Like most street markets in Bangkok, trying on apparel and getting a refund is not permitted. Here’s a tip: bring a sample of your clothing to gauge whether the apparel you want fits you.

Opening Hours: 8am-8pm daily

Address: The intersection of Ratchaprarop and Phetchburi Roads, Ratchathewi, Bangkok.

Directions: Located opposite Baiyoke Sky Hotel, it’s approximately a 6-minute walk or 2-minute drive from Ratchaprarop ARL Station.


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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market


Located outside of downtown Bangkok, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is a tourist favourite. While the market may not be as authentic as it used to be, Damnoen Saduak remains a unique tourist attraction that you have to experience at least once.

Bright and early, local vendors would row along the murky canals to entice visitors with an array of fresh fruits and vegetables on wooden boats. As the day reaches its peak, these boats are then shadowed by off-the-shelf souvenirs, Thailand-themed tees and handmade knickknacks.

Tip: Expect food and souvenirs with higher prices as well as tour guides/taxi drivers that charge an exorbitant fee. Arm your visit to Damnoen Saduak with thorough research on taxi and boat rates.  Check out our Bangkok insider guide  to find out how we got to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market by booking a tour through Klook!

Opening Hours: Mon-Sun; 7AM-3PM

Address: Damnoen Saduak District, Ratchaburi

Directions: Situated about 1-2 hours from the city, take the public bus 78 from Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal to Damnoen Saduak that departs every 40 minutes starting from 6am (50 baht per way). The bus stops about 1km away from the Damnoen Saduak Market where you need to grab a taxi, motorbike taxi or motorboat. Alternatively, you can catch a direct taxi to the market but do bargain firmly.

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Pratunam Floating Night Market

If you're looking for a new spot to hang out for your next trip to Bangkok, look no further than the Pratunam Floating Night Market, the newest market in Bangkok!

Located right in the heart of Bangkok's busy shopping district of Pratunam, this is the perfect place to spend a relaxing night out. What's great about this market is that you can choose from an array of open-air restaurants and have a meal on one of their floating platforms 🤩 Sounds like an amazing idea to us!

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 While the market is fairly new, do keep a lookout for halal or Muslim-owned stalls selling kebabs and even Thai food like pad thai, fried rice, grilled seafood and more. Just be sure to look out for halal signage! To make your dining experience even better, there are live performances at the market too. 

Opening hours: Mon-Sat; 7PM-12AM (closed on Sun)

Address: 1 Ratchaprasong Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok, Thailand (located opposite Pratunam Pier)

Directions: From Chit Lom BTS station, take a 10-minute walk to Pratunam Floating Night Market. Walk along Ratchadamri Road and you'll pass by Gaysorn Village and Big C Supercenter before reaching Saen Saap Canal where the market's located.


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 Amphawa Floating Market

If you prefer a more localised floating market, swing by the Amphawa which offers what Damnoen Saduak has but with lesser tourists. Widely visited by the locals, everything from street food to souvenirs is ready to greet you as you walk along with the rickety platforms.

Your main highlight at Amphawa should be the grilled seafood. Order and enjoy them on tiny tables or at the nearby restaurants with proper seating. Normally priced by weight, expect juicy prawns, shellfish and off-the-grill fishes to keep you full throughout the day.

Tip: After sunset, catch the firefly cruise tour at Amphawa (along with the village). Depending on your chosen tour, a one-hour boat ride is typically priced at 60 baht per person. 

Opening Hours: Fri-Sun; 11.30AM-9.30PM; closed from Mondays to Thursdays

Address: Amphawa, Samut Songkhram

Directions: Located approximately 1.5-hour car ride from Bangkok city, hiring a private taxi would be a comfortable option. For public transport, take a minibus from Victory Monument to the Amphawa Floating Market. The 1-2 hour journey will cost about 160 baht. The last van departs at 8:30 pm. Alternatively, book a day tour on Klook to visit both the Amphawa Floating Market and Maeklong Railway Market.



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Talad Rot Fai Market Srinakarin

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Partly a hipster hangout, the Talad Rod Fai is one of the more exciting night markets in Bangkok.

Featuring stalls of purse-friendly apparel and accessories, snap up some wardrobe staples, casual footwear, fancy phone covers and local snacks before your trip home.

The highlight of this local street market is the variety of retro finds that feeds any old souls. Imagine old-school Vespas, dusty antiques as well as Harley bikes - all within the same space!

Food-wise, there are plenty of Muslim-friendly stalls at Talad Rod Fai. Aside from Thai stir-fry and fried chicken, don't forget to order some fiery tom yam from the market’s open-air food court.

 Opening Hours : Thurs-Sun; 5PM-1AM; closed from Mon-Wed

Address: 51 Srinagarindra Road, Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250, Thailand

Directions: Take the train to On Nut BTS station and take a metred taxi to the street market (around THB80-120). The market is located behind Seacon Square.







Jodd Fairs (formerly known as Talad Rot Fai 2 Market Ratchada)


In November 2021, Ratchada Train Night Market officially announced its return under a new name, Jodd Fairs, on its Facebook page. This new market is relocated from Ratchada to Rama 9, but still retains its original vibe of nightlife shopping and street food hawkers that we’re all love 🥰

Stuffed with everything from a wide array of street clothes to vintage stores selling old-school items, and even trailer cafes and outdoor hawker stalls, you'll be spoiled for choice! 😍

The market is quite easy to spot since it's located right behind Central Plaza Grand Rama 9; more shopping for you! Try to spot these cool vintage cars when you're there! 😉

Opening Hours: Open daily; 11am-12am

Address: Rama IX Rd, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand

Directions: Only a 5-minute walk from MRT Rama 9

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Ramkhamhaeng Night Market

 

This market is located away from the main shopping areas of Bangkok in the Muslim district of Ramkhamhaeng. Located beside Ramkhamhaeng University, this market feels like your typical pasar malam back home, but the main draw here is the abundance of halal food 😌

From delicious halal Thai fried chicken to BBQ meat skewers and sausages, this market is a Muslim foodies' dream come true!

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The best part about this market is that you'll end up being one of the only few tourists here, so that's a perfect chance to mingle with the locals and see them go about their daily lives.

Tip: Although most halal stalls are indicated with a halal sign, it's best to check with the stall owners on the halal status and dine at your own discretion!

Address: 2345/1 Ramkhamhaeng Rd, Khwaeng Hua Mak, Khet Bang Kapi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10240, Thailand

Opening hours: 3.30pm-10.30pm daily (closed on Wednesdays)

Directions: The nearest train station to the night market is Ramkhamhaeng Airport Rail Link Station. From there, you can take bus 109 or 92 or grab a taxi to the market!





Hua Mum Night Market

 

For those of you who love discovering new gems and places to go, Hua Mum Night Market is perfect for you as it is still pretty much hidden from foreigners. 

Credit: Market & More on Facebook

Hua Mum is a hotbed for independent designers and you'll love the stuff here if you're into handmade goods. The crowd here also isn't as bad as in the train markets so, it's really perfect if you're looking for a relaxing time while shopping.

Credit: Market & More on Facebook

Address: 11 Prasert-Manukitch Rd, Khwaeng Lat Phrao, Khet Lat Phrao, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10230, Thailand

Opening hours: 5pm-11.30pm (Mon-Tues, Thurs-Sun), 5.30pm-11.30pm (Wed)

Directions: The market is a little inaccessible from the city but the nearest station is Lad Phrao MRT station. From there, you can grab a taxi and make your way to the market.

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ChangChui Plane Night Market


This last market on our list is a must-go if you love all things wacky. If you're so used to the idea of shopping in a normal market, why not head over to ChangChui where art and shopping are combined. The highlight of the market is THIS large aeroplane in the middle of the shopping space!

 With a concept of all things reused, ChangChui is a place where artists and designers showcase their works without spending a lot of money. Not only does this space have unique shops, eateries and street food, but it also houses art galleries and a cinema. This is the place to be if you're a fan of quirky knick-knacks 😌 

Even if you don't love shopping, this place makes a great backdrop for your Instagram photos!

Address: 462 Sirindhorn Rd, Khwaeng Bang Phlat, Khet Bang Phlat, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10700, Thailand

Opening hours: 11am-11pm daily

Directions: ChangChui is located in the Bang Phlat district outside of the main shopping area of Bangkok. To get there, you can take the train to Bang Bamru railway station and walk. Alternatively, you can also take buses 83, 169 or 355 from Bang Sue Junction.

Now that you have 14 more reasons to shop till you drop in Bangkok, it's time to explore these street markets with a canvas bag in tow. One thing is for sure, the Land of Smiles definitely knows the secret to keep our spirits up and our purses happy 😉


















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10 year Resident visa now to 50k baht

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Today, Thailand’s Cabinet announced that the fee for a 10 year Long Term Resident visa would be halved from 100,000 baht to 50,000 baht to attract foreigners with ‘high potential’ to reside in the kingdom. Not only has the fee been reduced, but the eligibility criteria has become more “flexible,” according to Deputy Spokesperson for the PM’s Office Ratchada Thanadirek. The Cabinet hopes the changes will increase foreign investment and boost the economy in these early post-pandemic months.

The LTR visa is targeted at 4 groups of foreigners: 1) wealthy foreigners 2) retirees 3) working foreigners and 4) specialists. All groups are welcome to bring their spouse and up to 4 children, as long as the children are under the age of 20.

The groups have different requirements to get the visa…

Groups 1 & 2: Wealthy Foreigners and Retirees

  • Must purchase a health insurance policy which covers medical expenses of no less than US$50,000 for at least 10 months starting from the date of the application OR provide a social security certificate covering medical expenses in Thailand OR provide proof of at least US$100,000 held in a Thai or foreign bank account for at least 12 months prior to the application date.
  • Must have evidence of an average income of at least US$80,000 for at least 12 months prior to the application date.

Groups 3 & 4: Working Foreigners and Specialists

  • Must show an employment contract or service contract with a domestic OR a foreign business.
  • Must provide proof of 5 years of work experience in the relevant industry conducted within 10 years of the application date.
  • EXCEPTIONS: those who work in the following are NOT required to provide evidence of work experience: government research institutions, higher education institutions, specialised training centres, government agencies and PHD graduates.

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Cabinet cuts 10 year Long Term Resident visa fee to 50k baht




Thailand’s Cabinet has agreed to reduce the Long Term Resident visa fee by 50% to attract highly skilled foreigners into the kingdom. The fee for the LTR visa, which allows you to stay in Thailand for 10 years, has been reduced from 100,000 to 50,000 baht.

Changes to the visa requirements could make the lucrative “digital nomad” lifestyle a more realistic option for foreigners who wish to work remotely in the kingdom too.

Yesterday, Spokesperson for the PM, Ratchada Thanadirek, revealed that the Cabinet agreed to make changes to the LTR visa. She said highly skilled foreigners could apply for the visa and pay a one-time fee of 50,000 baht fee to stay in Thailand for 10 years. Ratchada said the change would come into effect 90 days after the announcement, after it’s posted in the Royal Gazette.

The Cabinet hopes that the changes will draw in more foreign investment, skilled foreigners and boost the economy.

Who is eligible to apply for the LRT visa?

Ratchada said the potential LTR visa applications could include wealthy foreigners, retired foreigners, foreigners with “special skills” and their families (spouses and no more than 4 children under 20 years old). LTR visa holders are allowed to apply for work permits.

Notably, the spokesperson said that foreigners who wish to work remotely in the kingdom could apply for the visa. Working remotely from your laptop while you drink a Mai Tai on a Thai island is a pipedream for many foreign freelancers who can’t find a Thai visa to support their desired “digital nomad” lifestyle. An LTR visa provides remote workers with a legal route to live and work in Thailand, as long as they fit into the requirements.

What are the requirements?

To apply, the applicant must buy health insurance covering at least US$50,000 to cover medical fees for at least the first 10 months of their stay in the kingdom OR a social security certificate covering medical expenses OR a cash deposit of at least US$100,000 in a domestic or foreign bank account for 12 months before applying for the visa.

“High-income” foreigners who wish to apply must have an annual income of US$80,000 for two years prior to applying.

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The FloatHouse – modern Thai folk raft house


chic floating raft house near bangkok thailandImage credit: The Float House River Kwai

Distance from Bangkok: 3.5 hours

The FloatHouse is a well-decorated Thai folk-style rooms with clean-looking bamboo woven walls. The room has a high ceiling that let the natural light in during the day which is something all the Thai houses do. 

Adding to the classic bamboo and woodwork interior is the light-colored fabric and nicely-designed furniture, which altogether craft a fabulous looking room. Each room also comes with its own personal swing and pier.

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @89pandi

All villas have only one starting price from ฿4,240 (~USD138)/night. But you can choose prices with meal bundles: breakfast and dinner, or breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The FloatHouse
Rates: from ฿4,240 per night
Address: 55, Moo 5, Wang Krachae, Sai Yok District, Kanchanaburi 71150
Telephone:+66 2 642 5497
The Float House Website | Google Maps

 All resorts’ prices can be changed according to the seasons and promotions.




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The Floatel Buntern – private raft house perfect for groups

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @octookiro

Distance from Bangkok: 4.5 hours

Though it’s located slightly further away from Bangkok than the rest, The Floatel Buntern deserves to be on our list because it is perfect for a big group of friends who’d love to spend some time together.

You’ll get a whole house to your group and it will be dragged to an assigned spot in the middle of the water for maximum privacy. 

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @thefloatel

There are 4 bedrooms and 6 toilets equipped with all the necessary toiletries. Next to residential zone is a dining area. On the other end of the raft is a mini pool with a long extension platform – making it perfect for buddies to get together and chill. 

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @thefloatel

Each raft also comes with 2 kayaks – so go ahead and explore the nearby areas.

The price ฿20,000 (~USD654)/night might look steep but it includes 3 meals, which the staff will deliver to you, and other amenities. And if you’re divided the price among 6 friends (the maximum guest number), one only pays ฿3,333 each. 

The Floatel Buntern
Rates: ฿20,000 per night
Address: 264/98, Moo 4, ThaKhaNoon, ThongPhaPhum District, Kanchanaburi 71180
Telephone: +66 9 5509 7997
The Floatel Buntern website | Google Maps







Cross River River Kwai – modern loft with huge infinity pool


 Distance from Bangkok: 2.5 hours

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: Cross River Kwai

Another loft-styled floating house is here for people who adore a touch of modernity. Only 2.5 hours away from Bangkok, Cross River Kwai, formerly known as “X2 River Kwai”, has a sleek interior design from dark and light woodwork, giving it a chic look.

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On top of the loft is an open-aired sitting space where you can chill with friends or take breathtaking photos for your feed. And if that’s not enough for IG, there’s also a beautiful bamboo tunnel on land that you can use as a background. 

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: Cross River Kwai

When at Cross River Kwai, you’ll get to enjoy the Bridge Bar & Bistro nearby that serves a wide range of food from both Thai and Western cuisines. You can also sip your cocktails while soaking in an infinity pool.

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @roguepassport

XFloat Cabin from ฿5,479(~USD179)/night is a regular floating loft, while XFloat Luxe Cabin from ฿6,036(~USD197)/night offers more space. All rates include breakfast.  

Cross River Kwai
Rates: from ฿5,479 per night
Address: 138, Moo 4, Nong Ya Soi 5, Ban Wanglan, Nong Ya, Mueang District, Kanchanaburi 71000
Telephone: +66 3 4552 124
Cross River Kwai website | Google Maps






River Kwai Jungle Raft – floating huts with jungle vibes


chic floating raft house near bangkok thailandImage credit: @offgridcribs

Distance from Bangkok: 3.5 hours

Nothing screams adventure like being in a jungle. River Kwai Jungle Raft is a floating resort on the Kwai river, amidst lush greenery. Staying here will bring out your inner Tarzan. Because the resort is situated far from the city, those who wish to escape the hustle and bustle will appreciate the quietness of the surroundings here.

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiJump into the cool waters to relax and recharge before jumping back to the rush of Bangkok
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Being an eco-friendly resort, River Kwai Jungle Raft also helps raise elephants, which guests can visit while in the vicinity. They also have loads of fun onsite and nearby activities for people to enjoy, such as bamboo rafting around the river, cultural visits to Mon Village, and a trip to Treetop Adventure Park!

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImages adapted from:  @spenny_pendree

There’s only 1 type of room here from ฿1,880 (~USD58)/night and it includes breakfast. As for bigger groups, you can choose two adjoining rooms from ฿6,990 (~USD228)/night, including breakfast and dinner buffet for 8 people, as well as free educational trekking tour to Mon village. 

River Kwai Jungle Raft
Rates: from ฿1,880 per night
Address: Baan Tahsao, Sai Yok District, Kanchanaburi 70150
Telephone: + 66 2 642 5497
River Kwai Jungle Raft website | Google Maps






Z9 Resort – chic and modern resort


chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @dersynstudio

Distance from Bangkok: 4 hours 

Welcome to the ultra-modern Z9 Resort, a place that proves that raft houses don’t have to be all leaf-roofed with bamboo walls. The rooms face the panorama of mountains and the water, so you can count on having a personal picturesque view right from your bed.

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiWhile the bold brick exterior shelters you from the outside world, the interior is follows a softer earthy woodwork
Images adapted from: @thanhhuysing, @wander.ness

There are free kayaks available for guests, so those with adventurous souls can explore the waters. And if you’re here to just relax, appreciating the beautiful sunset while chilling on the dock is a nice option too.

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImages adapted from: @luan.nguyen126

There are two types of rooms here. If you prefer to have your own private raft house and more spacious room, go for Escape North from ฿6,600 (~USD215)/nightSouth the Scene from ฿4,500 (~USD147)/night is a bit smaller and is attached to another raft house terrace-style. All rooms include breakfast.

Z9 Resort
Rates: from ฿4,500 per night
Address: 151, Moo 1, Tha Kradan, Si Sawat District, Kanchanaburi 71250
Telephone: +66 6 3239 4459
Z9 Resort website | Google Maps









Ruknam Resort – Maldives-style bungalows 


chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiThis place takes inspiration from famous resorts in Maldives and we ain’t complaining.
Image credit: @sunari_polhong 

Distance from Bangkok: 3.5 hours

If you’ve always been dreaming to visit Maldives all these years but your wallet hasn’t been cooperative, Ruknam Resort is your perfect alternative choice to satisfy your island life cravings. Plus, it’s only 3.5 hours from Thailand’s capital.

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImages adapted from: @mhymhyy

This resort also has an enormous Koi fish pond where you can buy food and feed all these little guys here.

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailandImage credit: @toetae

There are many options for the floating houses from a VIP twin house for up to 8 people from ฿8,000(~USD261)/night to a regular house for 2 from ฿4,000(~USD130)/night. All prices include breakfast, kayaking, and water activities.

Ruknam Resort
Rates: from ฿4,000 per night
Address: 259, Tha Kradan, Si Sawat District, Kanchanaburi 71250
Telephone: +66 3 4696 212
Ruknam Resort website | Google Maps





Blue Sky Raft – floating loft with outdoor jacuzzi


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Distance from Bangkok: 2.5 hours

Checking into Blue Sky Raft, you’ll see loft-styled raft houses lined up on the water. On top of each loft is a rooftop living area where you can do anything from reading a book, admiring the view, or even having a BBQ dinner with your friends.

What’s special about this resort is that they have an outdoor jacuzzi for you to get comfy while looking out at the view – lovebirds, this is totally for you guys!

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @yaiap

 At Blue Sky Raft, you’ll get to do free activities like kayaking and cycling while being immersed in nature. All the rooms here go from ฿5,000(~USD163)/night, which might seem a bit pricier than the others – but it’s only a 2.5 hour drive from Bangkok, which makes up for it!

Blue Sky Raft
Rates: from ฿5,000 per night
Address: 17/5, Moo 2, Pak Preak, Mueng District, Kanchanaburi 71000
Telephone: +66 8 4424 4691
Blue Sky Raft website | Google Maps



Kwai Tara Riverside Villas – floating duplex rooms


chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: Kwai Tara Riverside Villas

Distance from Bangkok: 3.5 hours

Kwai Tara Riverside Villas is built in duplex style, complete with loft-like high ceilings. On top of that, there’s plenty of outdoor space for activities like BBQ parties. Also, there’s a net-seating to chill out in front of each loft. You know what that means – it’s Insta-time!

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @koinarata

The interior follows a black and brown theme paired with warm lighting, adding a bold and luxurious feel to your stay.  

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @paist_jr

Rooms start from from ฿4,500(~USD147)/night and includes breakfast and river rafting which takes place at 4.30pm daily.

Kwai Tara Riverside Villas
Rates: from ฿4,500 per night
Address: 214, Moo 6, Wang Krachae, Sai Yok District, Kanchanaburi 71150
Telephone: +66 9 3925 8883
Kwai Tara Riverside Villas website | Google Maps


6. Ananta River Hills Resort – raft houses with floating playground  


 Distance from Bangkok: 3.5 hours

 If you’re intending on travelling with a group of buddies, Ananta River Hills Resort is your pick with its island-style layout. Looking out of the huts, you’ll see a series of green mountains and islands surrounding you. 

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: @versaille.me

What seems to be a peaceful floating resort also has its own twist, which is a huge floating playground situated in the middle of the raft houses.

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: อนันตาริเวอร์ฮิลส์ รีสอร์ท กาญจนบุรี

Challenge your friends to run through the floating obstacles with a huge inflatable slider. Who said staying at a resort needs to be zen all the time? 

If the playground hasn’t given you a thrill yet, try this mass rafting with all other guests from the resort. Your raft will get tugged along by a boat during the sunset hours.

chic floating raft house near bangkok thailand kanchanaburiImage credit: อนันตาริเวอร์ฮิลส์ รีสอร์ท กาญจนบุรี

Ananta River Hills Resort offers many options, from a 4-room house for 10 people from ฿17,000(~USD556)/night to small and cozy rooms for 2 from ฿4,400(~USD143)/night. All prices include free kayaking, entry to the floating playground, and mass rafting. 

Ananta River Hills Resort
Rates: from ฿4,400 per night
Address: 270, Moo 5, Baan Mong Krata, Tha Kradan, Si Sawat District, Kanchanaburi 71250