General and Travel Information about Central Region of Thailand

 Ko-Sichang.com
Ko SiChang : You would never think you were only 100 km from Bangkok, yet you can be on the ferry to this magic island just two hours after you clear customs. Less than an hour from Pattaya. Beautiful beaches, great snorkeling and biking in spectacular scenery, temples and palace ruins - it is all here.
http://www.ko-sichang.com/

 Kanchanaburi.co
Information of Kanchanaburi: A few list of attractions, restaurants, and accommodations in Kanchanaburi. Each place come with a map, using Google Map feature.
http://www.kanchanaburi.co/

 Ayutthaya Boat & Travel
Ayutthaya Boat and Travel organizes bike and boat tours around Thailand, especially within the ancient Thai capital of Ayutthaya.
http://www.ayutthaya-boat.com/

 Kanchanaburi-Info.com
Complete information portal for travelers to Kanchanaburi, Thailand in English, German and Thai.
http://www.kanchanaburi-info.com

 R.S.P. Jumbo Travel
We introduced elephant trekking tourism to Kanchanaburi. We have developed a variety of activities ranging from nature, adventure and culture–based programmes to sightseeing excursions.
http://www.jumboriverkwai.com/

 Good Times Travel Service, Kanchanaburi
We are a local travel agency and organize one day excursions and several days' trips to local attractions within Kanchanaburi province and neighbouring provinces as a private tour or group tour.
http://www.good-times-travel.com/

 www.kanchanaburi.com
Information about Kanchanaburi Province : travel info, attractions, hotels, golf, restaurants, maps etc.
http://www.kanchanaburi.com/english/

 Bang Pa-In Summer Palace
Providing a virtual tour of the Bang Pa–In Summer Palace with information on its history.
http://www.palaces.thai.net/bp/index.htm

 Thai River Cruises
Leisurely sunrise, sunset, overnight and day cruises offer fascinating vistas of nature, culture and the traditional way of life along the waterways of Central Thailand.
http://www.thairivercruises.com/

 Samut Prakan - Paknam.com
Samut Prakan Province is at the far end of the Chao Phraya River, where it empties out into the Gulf of Thailand. The borders to the north and west join the Metropolitan of Bangkok.
http://www.paknam.com/