Great Experience With Chanthaburi In Thailand

Great Experience With Chanthaburi In Thailand

Sometimes in the hustle and bustle of the modern life we feel like we are running and chasing life to catch up with the pace of a society which is always go ahead and we lose the peace of our mind. What could we do? Certainly, there is somewhere in our globe can bring the peace back to your soul and make the stressful life fade away once you come. If you are planning for a trip to escape the daily grind Chanthaburi in Thailand will be an ideal destination. Immerse yourself in a romantic atmosphere and enjoy natural beauty in Chanthaburi is a best way to gain energy after exhausting working day.

Great Experience With Chanthaburi In Thailand

Great Experience With Chanthaburi In Thailand

Located in the eastern Thailand, Chanthaburi (“chantha” means moonlight, “buri” is province) is famous for natural beauty and many attractive destinations. The first worth visiting attraction is the over 100-year old Catholic Church built by Vietnamese people living in Chanthaboon Waterfront. Located along tranquil Chanthaboon riverside, the peaceful and gentle 300-year old ancient village is the resident of majority of Vietnamese, Chinese and native people. Thanks to the combination of original architecture and harmonious design of Vietnam-Thailand-China and Portugal, this Catholic Church became a pinnacle work of architecture with dome-shaped vessel upside, glass windows with decorative images, precise patterns and precious stones. Uniquely especial Maria statue wrapped by 20.000 stones is one of precious nature that land was endowed gorgeously.

Another wonderful destination is the Phlio waterfall in the Phlio natural Park. It is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in natural reserve extending 134, 5 km2. Walking along moss-green stairs, tourists can meet pure streams with murmurous voice concealing under green old trees. It is an ideal place to reside and find preys for hundreds of species of fish. With just 10 Thai baht, tourists can buy a bouquet of cowpea outside the parking lot to feed them.

In the afternoon, you can visit The National Naval Commerce Museum, which exhibits colossal boats shipping produce in the affair of Thai merchants. It is not only a place to show many kind of vessels which describe every stage of development of maritime industry but also the home to preserve antiques which are collected from the junks in the seabed of the Gulf of Thailand. Most of them are made of earthenware and porcelain Sangaloke. End the day with a visit to Fort Nern Wong stronghold, where King Rama III discovered the cannons in 1834. It was built to protect Chanthaburi from invaders. Behind stronghold, there exists a marine museum. Many valuable archaeological items, mostly medieval pottery salvaged from merchant ships sunk in the Gulf of Thailand.

Chanthaburi is recognized by travelers around the world as “the city of the moon”. Spend a night in this mysterious city in full moon will be a great experience. When night falls, Chanthaburi is covered in magic silver color; its beauty could not be described in a word. Only when you really come and immerse yourself in the magic moon light you will soon know why it has the name and how it is worthy of your trip. Chanthaburi is well known for its food, especially seafood. A good place to find a cheap meal is at the local night market, and there are plenty of restaurants around catering to every taste and budget.

Kim Quy

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