Bangkok is one of the world’s most visited travel destinations, and it’s easy to see why. Vibrant and loud, yet charming in its own special way, Bangkok appeals to visitors from all over the world who are attracted to its temples, culture and cuisine, and its friendly and welcoming residents. A visit to Bangkok should
Chiang Mai is the largest and arguably most important city in Northern Thailand. It’s 720 kilometers (450 miles) north of the Thai capital, Bangkok and is situated in a mountainous region of the country, on the Ping River giving this once capital city a very different atmosphere and ambiance to the capital.
Known as Thailand’s original beach resort, Hua Hin has grown tremendously from its fishing village origins into a cosmopolitan destination with an enviable mix of things to see and do. Located just 200 kilometers (125 miles) by road from Bangkok, this popular Thai seaside resort is a great place to relax after exploring the country’s
If you’re looking for paradise you may have just found it on the island of Koh Chang! Filled with dense jungles rising steeply from the picturesque coastline, Koh Chang remains a relatively undeveloped and unspoiled island destination for Thailand, even though its popularity is on the rise.
Imagine long stretches of beautiful soft sand, lined with bountiful coconut palms that front lush virgin rainforests abundant with flora and fauna. Sounds like paradise? No, it’s Koh Samui, Thailand’s second largest island and one of its longest established and best known tourist destinations! Visit Koh Samui for those amazing beaches and stay for the
Characterized by monolithic limestone karsts, lush jungles, idyllic islands and beaches, and unique Buddhist temples, Krabi is both a beautiful and interesting place to visit. Krabi Town is at the heart of Krabi province and this is where the majority of tourists choose to stay while visiting this region of Southern Thailand. It’s set on
Just 100 kilometers (62 miles) from the buzzing streets of Bangkok, the city of Pattaya is buzzing to a different tune. It’s one of the closest beach resorts to the Thai capital though this isn’t a place to come for romantic strolls on a quiet beach. On the contrary, tourists visit Pattaya for its vibrant
If you think of Phuket as an island then you may be fooled into thinking it’s really small; that’s not the case. Phuket is actually around 50 kilometers (a little over 30 miles) long and it’s packed with things for you to do; you’ll never get bored on a vacation to this Thai paradise.