During a Traditional Thai New Year in April (3 Days 2 Nights)

May

Merit Making, Adding to Divine Power

Day 1

 - Breakfast / Travel to Sam Phan Bok (3,000 Stone Holes), Thailand's Grand Canyon.
 - Board a boat to see the scenery on both sides of the Mekong River(Thailand-Laos)with interesting spots such as Haad Hong, (Hong Beach),a beautiful Thailand desert-like beach. Sam Phan Bok is a large island in Mekong River with more than3,000 big and small holes formed by water turbulences eroding the stone to make beautiful sculptures./ Have lunch.
 - Proceed to see Kaeng Chom Dao (Star Seeing Rapids), a range of expanding stone beach and rapids extended hundreds of meters.
 - the stones and rapids have strange features formed by eroding turbulences and submerged under water during the rainy season, resulting in thousands of holes that create natural stone architectures with spectacular looks and imaginations.
 - Proceed to Phra Toh Temple(Paak Saeng Temple), Paak Saeng village where Phra Chao Yai Ong Tue Buddha image is situated. The Buddha image, constructed in a Marn Wichai Style and with a mixture of bricks and lime, is very old and highly respected by Thai and Lao people.
 - Proceed to Haad Sai Sung(high beach), a beach along the Mekong River increasingly formed by accumulated sand from the water and the wind.
 - Dinner, after that visit Thanon Khon Dern (Walking Street) in Khemmarat on Wisitsi Road. There are ancient dessert such as Khanom Fakbau(lotus stalk dessert), Khanom Rangphueng (bee-hive-like dessert), Sea Food Khanom Khrok, Kluay Taak (dried banana cubes) and local OTOP products. Also see the atmosphere of an old city in the evening.(The Walking Street is held every the second and the fourth Saturday of the month.)
 - Check in at the hotel and have a rest.

May

Merit Making, Adding to Divine Power

Day 2

 - Make merit by giving alms to the monk at the Walking Street
 - Breakfast at the hotel.
 - Travel to Pho Temple located on Phaniang Road. This temple was built by Mae Chi (a Buddhist nun) who escaped from the war and led people with children and relatives from Vientiane and fled along the Mekong River.
 - The important places of worship include Phra Chao Yai Ong Saen, a Buddha image in Marn Wichai Style with the lap of 1.09 meters wide, and 1.59 meters high, constructed with ancient bricks, being one of the oldest Buddha images in Ubon Ratchathani.
 - Proceed to Khong Chiam district / and then Tham Khu Ha Sawan (Khu Ha Heavenly Cave).
 - View the scenery of the Mekong River and Khong Chiam twon.
 - Worship the un-decayed corpse of Luang Pu Kham Kning, a renowned guru Buddhist monk highly respected by both Thai and Lao people who have faith in him. / Lunch

May

Merit Making, Adding to Divine Power

Day 3

 - Travel to Chong Mek
08.00 hrs - Arrive in Ubon Ratchathani, have local breakfast such as Kuay Jap (Vietnamese style pork- noodles), khai katha (pan eggs)
09.00 hrs - Worship Phra Chao Yai In Plaeng, Maha Wanaram Temple, originally called
                  - Have breakfast.
                  - Proceed to Mahawanaram Temple (Wat Pah Yai or Big Forest Temple) - Worship Phra Chao Yai In Plaeng, treasure of Ubon Ratchathni City Mahawanaram Temple is the place in which Ubon people highly have faith and worship. The principal Buddha statute is Phra Chao Yai In Plaeng. Every day Ubon residents and general public who are Buddhists like to come to pay homage prostrating in front of the Buddha image, gilding or affixing golden leaves to the Buddha statute. It is believed that those who make a wish are likely to be blessed and successful as intended.
                  - Taste and shop coffee and cakes (at Hollywood Coffee Shop, Saloon Coffee, Ban Bul, Mun Lover)