Rainy season is almost done and winter is coming. At this time of year nature in Thailand is beautiful to visit, There are also interesting festivals that occur during Buddhist Lent, so October in Thailand has a lot of interesting destinations. Today we have some cool destinations for October that will surely make you say: Awesome!
Pa Sak Jolasid Dam, Lopburi
เPa Sak Jolasid Dam, Bann Nong Bua, Pattanikhom, Lopburi Province. Pa Sak Jolasid dam is the longest dam in Thailand, with a total length of approximately 4,860 meters. The construction was carried out by the royal initiative of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej on February 19, 1989, for the Royal Irrigation Department to study the suitability of the Pasak River Water Storage Dam Project. It was urgently needed to solve the water shortage problem and alleviate the frequent flooding problems in the Pa Sak River Basin. This project took 5 years to build, between 1994-1999, and King Rama 9 has graciously named this dam as “Pasak Chonlasit Dam”, meaning “the Pa Sak River Dam that effectively stores water”.
There is beautiful scenery there, especially in October when plants are green and blooming and the weather is cool and very refreshing.
Koh Kham, Chonburi
Koh Kham. Samae Sarn, Sattahip, Chonburi Province. Koh Samae Sarn is a small island shaped like a H, with a total area of approximately 61 rai (about 24 acres). This island is owned by the Royal Thai Navy and is kept clean and natural. There are only 2 beaches on the island, on the north side and one on the south side. The beaches are beautiful sandy beaches with cean and smooth white sand, suitable for swimming. The sea water around Koh Kham is also very clear. You can see the sand below Including shallow coral reefs clearly, In addition, there are dive spots with shallow coral reefs. This area is regarded as the most beautiful sea near Bangkok.
Thai (Adult) – 250 Thai baht
Visitors – 500 Thai baht
Call 0-3312-4848 (Mon – Fri 08.30 am -11.30 am / 01.00 pm – 04.30 pm)
Wild flower fields, Pha Taem National Park, Ubonratchathani
Pha Taem National Park Is a historical area with prehistoric paintings which are over 3,000 years old. Each season, Pha Taem will have a different kind of beauty, especially during the late rainy season until the end of winter. Many areas in Pha Taem National Park are painted with many kinds of wild flowers, dazzling purple, yellow and white, located in the Dong Na Tham forest and Sroi Sawan waterfall.
Naga Fireball Festival, Nongkhai
The Naga Fireball Festival is an important festival during the Buddhist Lent for the Isan people, particularly in Nong Khai province. Legends say that a giant water dragon, or Naga, lives in the bottom of the river and makes these fireball. Many tourists will come together and wait to see the red and pink fireballs that will rise from the Mekong River. This year the 2019 Naga Fireball festival is on 13 October 2019. For those who are interested in this festival, Teawthaionline recommends that you book a hotel early, because this festival is very popular, a lot of people will be there to see the Naga Fireballs.
Trad Sea, Trad
The rainy season will end soon, which means that it is a good time to travel to the Eastern sea in Thailand again. At the end of October the wind will start to die down, causing the sea in Trat province to be beautiful and calm. The most interesting places to visit are Koh Kood, Koh Chang, Koh Mak, Koh Krad, Koh Kham etc. The beaches are white, clean, beautiful sea water, with cool, refreshing winds. This time of year you can enjoy cool weather, clear skys. with a quiet, peaceful atmosphere, a time to visit that shouldn’t be missed.