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Enjoy the hustle and bustle of Bangkok's nightlife, the waft of freshly made street food beckoning you fom the various markets or the allure of the many temples, Bangkok and its neighboring cities have something for everyone.
Phuket, Thailand's largest island beckons holidaymakers, sun seekers wanting to relax on one of the many tropical beaches or adventure seekers in search of some of the best diving opportunites. The island boats colourful Sino-Portugese archietecture and street art, Thai temples, Chinese shrines and multicultural local food.
Leave behind the busyness of the city. Chiang Mai is blissfully calm and laid-back, offers a picturesque mountainous landscape and lush farmlands. Combined with rich cultural heritage, traditional art and craft workshops and vast food options, the capital of North never fails to charm visitors.
Chiang Rai is another jewel of the North and part of the Golden Triangle offering an abundance of temples and Lanna culture, vibrant flower gardens, world-class tea plantations, hill tribes and majestic mountains for trekking. With its close proximity to Chiang Mai, why not visit both?
Thailand’s second largest island, Koh Samui offers a buffet of sandy beaches, coral reefs, diving opportunities, luxury spa resorts, temples or quaint villages offering fresh local food. Whether sunbathing and lazing on a deckchair is your style of vacation or exploring the island and its surrounds, Koh Samui has it all.
Escape to an idyllic tropical paradise. Krabi is picturesque and boasts stunning scenery including palm-fringed beaches, limestone caves and cliffs, emerald ponds, mangrove forrests and an abundance of options for island hopping adventures, rock climbing and snorkelling. Come to paradise, Krabi awaits!
Did you know that Pai is actually part of Mae Hong Son? Travel beyond Pai’s hip walking street and liberating mountain roads and let other parts of Mae Hong Son take your breath away, especially the timewarped old town and the tranquil Pang Oung lake.
Majestic mountains surround Nan’s laid-back old town, villages, rice paddies and last but not least, the unique local culture of Tai Lue. Nan has yet to become a big name among foreign travelers and that means you’ll be among the first to explore this Northern city and its rural charms.
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