Packages in Tha Muang
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Tha Muang Vacation Packages
Tha Muang Vacation Packages
Tha Muang is situated 65 miles from Bangkok, the country's capital city.
See what local events are taking place in the wider region and visit Ko Samrong or Klon Do.
Around 35 miles to the northwest of Tha Muang is Sai Yok, an important regional center and home to Erawan National Park, Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum and Sai Yok National Park Entrance. If your schedule allows, also check out Soi Nok Waterfall and River Kwai Golf and Country Club.
Often, an area's heart and soul can be found in simmering pots and pans.
Feed your appetite with some traditional food from the local area, which will almost certainly include the region's characteristic ingredients, pork and jasmine rice.
Khao phat nam phrik long ruea (rice, chili and duck’s eggs) and pad thai (rice noodles) are common meal choices for vacationers and locals alike.
Every traveler should have a chance to taste-test chaokuai (grass jelly), a locally-renowned, enticing specialty.
If you are looking to sample the local brew, Singha is a great choice.
You won't feel that you have had the full experience of this location without trying Thailand, a popular local non-alcoholic drink.
Order a round of mekhong. It's a popular alcoholic drink in the area.
It doesn't matter whether you are a casual traveler, a wine connoisseur or a casual traveler who likes to think that they are a wine connoisseur, chances are you will be delighted to know that this region showcases a handful of local wines, such as sato (rice wine) and chenin blanc.
The true travel experience is about so much more than ticking all the boxes, because it's also about the words, stories and ideas of a place. Your stay in this part of the world will be all the more meaningful if you take the time to learn a couple of everyday words, sayings and salutations in Thai. "Yàak dtên ram măi?" translates to "Would you like to dance with me?" in Thai. There's also "Kun maa jàak tee năi?", which means "Where are you from?"
If you will be in the area on the 5th of December, don't forget that this day is a significant day of national celebration. It's called Birthday of King Phumiphon.
And at the end of your journey, load up your gear and wish Tha Muang "Laa gòn ná."
Even the best vacation can't go on indefinitely, so when the time comes to fly home, head to the nearest airport. It's 65 miles to the east of Tha Muang.
Accommodation in Tha Muang
Visitors coming to Tha Muang should book ahead for a hotel, because currently there are not that many Expedia-rated Tha Muang lodging options to choose from.