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Ayutthaya Historical Park
Ayutthaya Historical Park covers the ruins of the old illustrious city of Ayutthaya. The park was declared a UNESCO World heritage site in 1981 after a serious renovation work by the Fine Art department. Today, this historic city is a home to numerous magnificent structures and ruins concentrated in and around the city island surrounded by Chao Phraya River, Pa Sak River and Lopburi River.
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Kamphaeng Phet

Kamphaeng Phet Khamphaeng Phet Historical Park is located 70 kilometres south of Sukhothai. Ruins survive today in laterite and stucco. The other original wooden buildings no longer exist. The ancient city is now an outdoor museum [ historical park ] set amongst magnificent trees and other plants. The City of Kamphaeng Phet was to the west of the ancient city of Sulhothai as was Si Satchanalai to its immediate north.
Both were fortifications on the west against Burmese invasions.
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Lampang Lampang, about 100 kilometers south of Chiang Mai, is an ancient city founded in the seventh century, supposedly by the son of Lamphun's founder, Queen Chama Devi. In the nineteenth century the city was fortified with walls, and later became an important center of the teak industry. The city and its monuments has escaped much of the modernizations that have left many of the north's temples with little of their original decorations. Like all of the former northern kingdom of Lanna, Lampang was occupied by the Burmese for nearly 200 years.
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Lamphun Thailand The town is located on the bank of the Kuang River and contains many interesting attractions including ancient sites and relics, forests, mountains and pretty lakes. Lamphun is also well known as a producer of longans, the extremely sweet and delicious Thai fruit with its hard, yellow shell. Lamphun is an area of great natural beauty. Particularly picturesque is the Mae Ping National Park, with its lush forests and the Ping River running through it.
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Mae Hong Son & Pai

Longneck Girl - Mae Hong Son Mae Hong Son, Thailand's northern border city, hiding itself in between the towering mountains with densely forested slopes, stretching to the Burmese border. Maehongson is known for its charm of scenery and culture. The main city is also referred to as the "City of Three Mists" after the morning mists which settle in November and December.
The small town of Pai lies at a distance of 135 kms from Chiang Mai and 111 kms from Maehongson. Within Pai district there are approximately 20 000 inhabitants coming from a mixture of ethnic groups.
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Nakhon Pathom

Nakhon Pathom Thailand Nakhon Pathom city is about 56 kilometers from Bangkok. This province has many attractions for tourists. It is also famous for various kinds of fruits. The major landmark of Nakhon Pathom city is the Phra
Pathom Chedi, the world's tallest Buddhist monument. The orange-tiled chedi dates back from the mid-1850s. It encases an earlier chedi, and attracts Buddhist pilgrims from all over the world.
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Phitsanulok Thailand Phitsanulok is the province in the northern part of Thailand. It is famous for its ancient places such as Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat or called Wat Yai, Wat Chula Manee, Shrine of King Naresuan the Great ( reign:1590 - 1605 ). Besides, Phitsanulok is famous for its beautiful scenery, Thung salaeng Luang National Park, Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park. At present Phitsanulok plays the important role as the center of air and land transportation, also the commercial city in the northern of Thailand.
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Sukhothai Thailand Sukhothai was the capital of the first Kingdom of Siam in the 13th and 14th centuries. It has a number of fine monuments, illustrating the beginnings of Thai architecture. Located on a fertile plane, Sukhothai was self-sufficient and the king invited representatives from many other nations to visit and stay, allowing their cultures to influence the daily lives of the Thais. The small historic park of Sukhothai (3.38 km2) constitutes a masterpiece of the first Siamese architectural style. The three sites are representative of the first period of Siamese art and the creation of the first Thai state.
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