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Ekkarat Sriarayanpong’s SRT Weekend Adventures: Discover Thailand’s Unseen Splendors

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Imagine a world where weekends are not just for catching up on sleep but for embarking on adventures that tell tales of unseen wonders, breathe the essence of clear skies, and embrace the beauty of nature in full bloom. That is exactly what Ekkarat Sriarayanpong, the visionary at the helm of the SRT governor’s office, has in store for you with their latest offering of 14 exquisitely designed weekend trips. Spanning from the vibrant month of May to the sunny stretches of June, these journeys are crafted under the themes of ‘travelling along the wind trails’ and ‘travelling under a clear sky’, promising an escapade into the realms of forests and floral gardens that you won’t forget.

From the tranquil mornings of May 4th to the enchanting evenings of June 30th, these trips are a passport to experiences that are as diverse as they are delightful. And guess what? Booking your adventure is as easy as a morning breeze. Sharpen your pencils or rather, set your alarms for 8.30 am on Monday, as the virtual lines open to claim your spot on these covetable journeys. With each trip offering 202 snug seats, exclusivity is the name of the game.

What’s included, you wonder? Every little thing you could possibly think of to make your journey comfortable, enjoyable, and utterly memorable. From the train tickets that will whisk you away on your weekend adventure, to the air-conditioned buses waiting to take you further into the unknown, to entrance fees for a variety of enchanting sites. But that’s not all – food, drinks, and accident insurance are all part of the package, ensuring a worry-free experience. Ready to book? Head to any railway station across the country or navigate to the SRT’s state-of-the-art online booking system, the D-Ticket platform, and you’re well on your way.

Let’s dive into the trips themselves, shall we? The adventure begins with a one-day escapade to “Unseen Saraburi” on May 4-5, where for just 1,499 baht, you’ll uncover hidden gems from Wat Tham Phra Phothisat to the quaint Sang Suk Market, not to mention the culturally rich Ruam Sang Community and the serene Khao Noi Phra Phutthabat Temple. And that’s just the start.

As the days roll on, the adventures magnify – imagine running along the beach under the moonlight in Chonburi, floating gently down the Bang Pakong in Chachoengsao, or standing in awe before the majestic “phya naga” image in Phetchaburi. Each journey, priced at just 1,499 baht for day trips and 3,999 baht for overnight odysseys, is a mosaic of moments that paint a picture of Thailand’s rich cultural tapestry and breathtaking natural beauty.

The excursions evolve with the season, shifting from the floral extravaganzas of May to the lush verdancy of June, where replanting forests and joining in with the local communities becomes part of your story. And as you venture from Chachoengsao to Prachuap Khiri Khan, each day unfurls new secrets and sights, from gushing waterfalls steeped in legend to tranquil beaches where the sea whispers tales of yore. Not to mention, the chance to partake in noble efforts like forest replanting and paddy rice planting, connecting you to the earth in ways you never imagined.

And just when you think it can’t get any more enchanting, the trips culminate in an exploration of Ayutthaya’s historical depth, inviting you to be a part of forest replanting and rice planting activities, offering a soulful end to a journey that spans the breadth of tales untold and landscapes unseen.

So, what are you waiting for? These weekend trips aren’t just excursions; they’re experiences that promise to fill your hearts, enrich your minds, and uplift your spirits. Here’s to discovering the unseen, embracing the winds, and dancing under clear skies. Here’s to an adventure like no other with SRT’s handcrafted journeys. Book your ticket to wonder and immerse yourself in the beauty and diversity of Thailand. Adventure awaits!


  1. Explorer_Jenn April 21, 2024

    This sounds like a dream come true for adventurers and culture lovers alike. But isn’t 1,499 baht a bit steep for just a day trip? I’m all for exploring unseen Thailand, but the price tag makes me think twice.

    • BudgetTraveller April 21, 2024

      I get where you’re coming from, Explorer_Jenn. Though, if you consider all that’s included – transportation, entry fees, food, drinks, and insurance, it doesn’t seem that bad. Plus, the experience of discovering ‘unseen’ places has its own value, right?

      • Explorer_Jenn April 21, 2024

        Good points, BudgetTraveller. I hadn’t fully considered the value of what’s included. The insurance part is especially appealing. Guess it’s time to save up for these hidden gems!

  2. EcoWarrior April 21, 2024

    I love the focus on embedding activities like forest replanting and rice planting. It’s high time travel experiences embraced more eco-friendly practices.

    • Skeptic123 April 21, 2024

      While those activities sound noble, I question how much of a difference a handful of tourists planting a few trees will make. Sometimes it feels more like a feel-good measure than a real solution to environmental issues.

      • EcoWarrior April 21, 2024

        It may seem small, Skeptic123, but every bit helps. It’s also about raising awareness and making travellers more conscious of their environmental impact. Plus, it’s a step in the right direction and better than doing nothing at all.

      • GreenThumb88 April 21, 2024

        Agreed, EcoWarrior. It’s about instilling a sense of responsibility and connection to the earth. These actions, albeit small, contribute to a larger cause and educate participants. Every tree planted counts.

  3. DigitalNomad April 21, 2024

    The D-Ticket platform sounds convenient. Does anyone know if it’s user-friendly for non-Thai speakers? Planning to book a trip, but my Thai is pretty basic.

    • TechGuru April 21, 2024

      I’ve used D-Ticket for a previous trip. They have an English version of the site, and it’s quite intuitive. Shouldn’t be a problem for you to book your adventure, DigitalNomad!

      • DigitalNomad April 21, 2024

        Thanks, TechGuru! That’s a relief to hear. Going to book my unseen adventure this weekend then. Can’t wait!

  4. HistoryBuff April 21, 2024

    Exploring Ayutthaya and engaging in cultural activities like forest replanting and rice planting sounds amazing. It’s a fantastic way to deeply connect with Thai history and culture.

    • ModernTraveler April 21, 2024

      Absolutely, HistoryBuff. It’s experiences like these that offer a deeper understanding and appreciation of a place beyond just the surface-level sights. Can’t wait to explore Ayutthaya this way.

  5. TravelJunkie April 21, 2024

    Just curious, has anyone here actually booked one of these trips? Keen to hear first-hand experiences before I decide.

    • Wanderlust21 April 21, 2024

      Booked the ‘Unseen Saraburi’ trip last year, and it was one of the most enriching experiences of my life. The balance of adventure, culture, and relaxation was just perfect. Highly recommend!

      • CuriousCat April 21, 2024

        That’s so encouraging to hear, Wanderlust21! Was it well organized? And how about the group size? Wondering if it feels too crowded.

      • TravelJunkie April 21, 2024

        Thanks for sharing, Wanderlust21! Your positive experience definitely makes me lean towards booking a trip. Can’t wait to experience it for myself!

  6. LocalInsight April 21, 2024

    As a local, I’m thrilled to see initiatives that bring attention to less-known destinations in Thailand. It’s not just good for tourism, but also for local economies.

    • GlobeTrotter April 21, 2024

      That’s a great perspective, LocalInsight. It’s important to support local communities while traveling. This seems like a great way to do so while experiencing something unique.

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