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THAILAND’S HIDDEN GEM

Situated in the centre of South East Asia with Bangkok airports having frequent flights to domestic as well as international destinations worldwide, Thailand is an ideal stopover as well as a destination on its own. Besides beautiful beaches and mountains, the kingdom offers unique culture, delicious food, world-class wellness spas, great shopping opportunities and friendly people.

Holidays in Thailand offer something for everyone at every budget. On top of popular beach destinations such as Phuket, Krabi, Phang-Nga, Ko Samui and Pattaya, Bangkok and Chiang Mai offer cultural attractions and Thailand's best places to eat and shop. For more tranquil atmosphere, we recommend Trat and Ko Lipe for beach lovers and Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son for mountain lovers.

Trat

Full of lush natural resources both in land and in water, Thailand’s easternmost province Trat is an ideal destination for travellers looking for beautiful quiet sandy beaches embracing crystal clear water all around with inland rainforests. Ko Chang, Ko Kood and Ko Mak are islands blessed with scenic bays, diving and snorkeling sites and tropical rainforests where trekkers can swim at the bottom of the waterfalls, see birds and wildlife as well as tropical flora. Accommodations here range from guest houses to eco luxury resorts.

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Chiang Rai

Situated about 200kms northeast of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai features stunning natural beauty, breathtaking landscapes and remote hill tribe villages. Among the many iconic landmarks is the Golden Triangle where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar share the border. Near the Golden Triangle situated Chiang Saen Ancient Town and close to Chiang Rai town situated the White Temple (Wat Rong Khun), the Blue Temple (Wat Rong Suea Ten) and the Black House Museum. For visitors looking for a laid-back atmosphere, we recommend a drive to the mountains of Doi Tung and Doi Mae Salong.

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Mae Hong Son

A stunning province in the Northern remote area of Thailand, Mae Hong Son is also known as ‘the City of Three Mists’ because it is surrounded by high mountains with cold temperature and covered with mist all 3 seasons. Mae Hong Son conjures fantastic images of rugged, mist enshrouded mountains where isolated tribal villages await exploration.Looking for a scenic destination with lots of natural resources, outdoor activities, a laid-back vibe, and local culture? The city is one of the must-see cities in Thailand.

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Ko Lipe

Ko Lipe is a paradise island situated in Satun province in the south of Thailand, located along the coast of the Andaman Sea. The prominent features of Ko Lipe are natural coral reefs, beauty of a vast open bay, and a powdered-sand beach.Ao Phattaya is a beautiful bay in a curved shape with a white fine beach. Within a 15-minute walking, you can connect to another beach of the island such as Chao Le Beach. During the festive time, the villagers will built a boat from Rakam wood and perform a ceremony to float the boat, according to their belief in the prediction of their fishing. They will do this celebration twice a year in May and November.

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Bangkok

The bustling Bangkok will keep your energy at a high with tantalising food options, from street food to Michelin starred - fine dining and rooftop bars; a shopping extravaganza with bargains galore at the weekend and night markets to luxury shopping malls; and intriguing cultural attractions such as the ‘Wat Phra Kaew’ Temple of the Emerald Buddha, ‘Wat Arun’ Temple of Dawn and ‘Wat Pho’ Temple of the Reclining Buddha which is also home to the traditional Thai Massage School.


Chiang Mai

Old town is packed with beautiful old temples, in contrast with trendy cafe's and art galleries. Its markets and weekend walking streets are among Thailand's best places for bargain shopping and streetfood. With just a short drive, you will be among lush mountains with stunning scenery. The area is suitable for trekking, bird watching, camping and mountain biking. This region is also home to most of the Royal Projects, the development projects initiated by the late King Bhumibol to improve the environment and to promote the sustainable living of the hilltribe villagers.


Phuket & Phang-Nga

Thailand's most popular beach destination Phuket offers over 20 beaches, from lively ones such as Patong, Kata and Karon to quiet ones such as Mai Khao, Nai Thon, Nai Yang and Layan. Khaolak in Phang-Nga is just 1.5hr drive north of Phuket Airport and is a set off point for one of the world’s best diving sites, Mu Ko Similans. Another must see attraction while in this region is Phang-Nga Bay. Accommodations in Phuket and Phang-Nga range from luxury pool villas to budget bungalows.


Krabi

Home to the renowned Ko Phi Phi and several other beautiful small islands, Krabi offers stunning views of limestone cliffs contrast with blue sea water. Krabi is an ideal destination for travellers who love soft adventures, with Railay Bay being a popular site for rock climbing with its prominent limestone range and stunning views from the top, and Ko Lanta and the small islands nearby offering some of Thailand's best scuba diving sites.


Surat Thani

(Ko Samui, Ko Pha-Ngan & Khao Sok): Home to Ko Samui, Ko Pha-Ngan and Khao Sok, Surat Thani is a perfect destination for travellers who love sea, sand, sun and nature. While Ko Samui and Ko Pha-Ngan are known among party goers, there are quiet beaches for families and couples too. In land, Khao Sok is listed as some of the world's oldest and most fertile rainforests. Visitors can stay overnight at a floating camp, kayak around the lake and trek to the caves.


Trang

Neighboring Krabi to the South situated Trang, a less known destination to foreign visitors, therefore is perfect for tranquil beach holidays. While Trang town is a heaven for foodies, offshore Trang is packed with stunning sandy beaches and uncountable offshore islands. Some islands have bungalows, but most welcome only day trips.


Pattaya

Pattaya is a city that has everything for everyone, from outdoor activities such as water sports, diving, golfing, zip-lining to indoor activities such as Muay Thai training, interactive museums, shopping and many more. Pattaya is also home to a few of Thailand's biggest waterparks including Cartoon Network Amazone and Ramayana Water Park. Another unique attraction is the Sanctuary of Truth, a gigantic wooden carved construction by the beach.  Day and night, Pattaya roads are full of dining and entertainment options.

 

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