Packed with things to see, do and eat, Bangkok surely caters for all tastes. While the top temples and bustling streets are obviously the main draws, don’t forget to visit the offbeat neighborhoods, try local activities and visit neighboring cities.
Blissfully calm and laid-back, Chiang Mai is picturesque with mountainous landscape and lush farmlands. Combining with rich cultural heritage, traditional art and craft workshops and tasty food scene, the capital of North never fails to charm visitors.
Beach bums and sun seekers come to Phuket for the beaches, but there’s much more to Phuket than that. Thailand’s largest island is a total package with colorful Sino-Portuguese buildings and street arts, beautiful Thai temples and Chinese shrines and multicultural local food.
Krabi’s seascape is no ordinary. It’s dotted with limestone cliffs and caves and further inland, you’ll also find mountains, emerald ponds and mangrove forests. You might come for Phi Phi Islands, but you’ll leave with your love for the whole city.
Thailand’s second largest island, Koh Samui is more than fun and relaxation. From beach partying and diving to luxury spa and sunbathing, the island is an ultimate indulgence, but you’ll also love its magnificent temples, quaint villages and local food.
Otherworldly temples and Lanna culture meet vibrant flower gardens, tea plantations with world-class tea and majestic mountains. Chiang Rai will enchant all kinds of visitors. With its close proximity to Chiang Mai, why not visit both for travel memories of your lifetime?
Malaysia’s neighbor, Hat Yai is rising as an up-and-coming destination. Hat Yai’s charms mainly lie in the food and shopping scenes, but it does have cultural, religious and natural sides for other kinds of travelers.
THAI celebrates 10 years of non-stop services between Oslo and Bangkok by entrusting celebrity chef, Terje Ommundsen, to create uniquely designed Thai dishes for our Royal Silk Class passengers.
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.
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.
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