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.
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.
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.
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.