Little Italy in Khao Yai, Thailand is a good destination to visit if you cannot afford Europe.
European travel in … Thailand
Now that someone asks, “Where do you want to go abroad? Where are you going?” Ensuring that Thailand is always the first name to be mentioned. Close to many beautiful sights, many places to have fun, good food, nice cafes, shopping… to travel to Thailand as a “perfect choice” for every family.
Thanks to the famous tourist attractions such as the capital city of Bangkok – crowded shopping paradise, beauties, then Chiang Mai bold tradition with gentle beauty, tranquility or the coastal city stretching to the sea, white sand like Krabi, Phuket … This place is nothing too strange with the young people around the world. Many of you also think that you know all the things about the Golden Temple country.
But there is a place where beauty is different from those places. Are you sure you know a miniature Italy in Khao Yai yet? If not then you must go see it immediately because it certainly can not be ignored when traveling to Thailand.
Tips for transportations for you
– Bangkok to Khao Yai only takes 3 hours to move.
– If the group has a lot of people, it is possible to rent a car for 5000 – 6000 Baht/car.
– If you choose a public transport such as a bus (at the Mochit station, 30 minutes per trip) or Victory Monument Minibus every 2 hours, the average price is 300 Baht per person.
Every corner of the city is in European-style
Khao Yai’s most popular tourist attraction is the village of Primo Piazza – also known as “Little Italy”. Yes, the name says it all, and you just have to set foot in here that you will feel like you are in the West, and not Thailand anymore, it turns out “Europe in Thailand is real “.
This place is really different from other tourist destinations in Thailand. The first difference lies in the space architecture here. The houses, the cafes, then the castle, roads are unmistakenly standard European style.
Each brick wall of the classic houses are interwoven in beautiful little streets, balconies, patios, and even small decorative items such as flower baskets, bicycles, wood sea are all similar to a classic look is very Italy-like. All the little things here are so easy to make you go crazy, but then suddenly start to realize that you are in Asia, in Thailand, and not in the West.
If you do not want to just sit in cafes and restaurants, you can go to the farms scattered around the city. Feeding the lambs and horses in the romantic setting is so much the scenes in Western movies that I often see. And sure enough, just turn on the camera and you will have beautiful photos right away because any corner of the place is extremely beautiful.
The cool weather is very pleasant
Another difference of “Little Italy” is in the weather here. Tropical countries like Thailand are hot everywhere, but in this village, the weather is not hot! Perhaps because of the high altitude, the atmosphere here is always as pleasant as Dalat in Vietnam. Thanks to the cold weather, the place is even more European.
Thai people themselves are very fond of coming here because everything seems to be in harmony. Walking beside your lover in the cool weather, within a peaceful and large, nothing can be better than that. As night temperatures are low, do not forget to bring a warm coat to avoid getting cold.
Super delicious food, super beautiful cafe
There is Italian-style space, cold Italian weather, there must be no lack of Italian food then. The food here is delicious, and the price is also reasonable. From spaghetti, pizza, salad, to every cup of espresso coffee in the shops near the road cost only 100 – 400 Baht.
The daylight in “Little Italy” is cool but sunny. Dine together to enjoy a delicious taste of cinnamon cream. Or sit at outdoor cafes, with a cup of fragrant coffee, immersed in the famous Italian romantic songs such as Santa Lucia, O Sole Mio … is there anything better than that? Just thinking of that, you would want to pick up a backpack and travel Thailand right away.
Hope you enjoy your time at Thailand!
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