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With a rich cultural heritage and diverse landscapes, Thailand is now filled with more amazing new experiences than ever before. Whatever your preference, from exploring glorious ruins of ancient cities, trekking through lush jungle terrains, diving beneath turquoise blue waters, sampling tasty local cuisines, or simply lazing in the sun, get ready for a warm welcome together with genuine hospitality and a trip of a lifetime!


For more than two centuries, Bangkok has served as the nation’s capital.  This bustling, cosmopolitan ‘City of Angels’ offers visitors a dazzling array of ancient and new, including spectacular temples and palaces, saffron-robed monks and serene Buddha images to modern skyscrapers, luxury shopping malls, upscale dining, spectacular roof-top bars, and vibrant night life.  More on Bangkok.


Often referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Andaman’, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island.  Connected to the mainland by a bridge on the northern part of the island, it has a coastline fringed with white sandy beaches and quiet coves, bathed by the turquoise blue waters of the Andaman Sea and set against a backdrop of green hills, coconut groves, and rubber plantations.  Phuket has two main seasons:  rainy from May through to October and hot from November to April.  However, there are sunny days throughout the wet season; showers customarily lasting little more than 2-3 hours.  The best months to visit are November to April.    More on Phuket.

Chiang Mai

Popularly known as ‘The Rose of the North’, Chiang Mai is a top favourite amongst both locals and international travellers.  Located approx. 700 kms north of Bangkok, the region’s cooler climate, lush green forested hills and idyllic river valleys, huge selection of outdoor activities, distinctive northern Lanna culture and treasure trove of ancient temples, traditional handicrafts and wide array of accommodation options attract visitors of all ages, interests, and budgets.  More on Chiang Mai

Ko Samui

As Thailand’s 3rd largest island, Ko Samui sits snugly in the Gulf of Thailand surrounded by other gem islands like Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Tao.  Many tourists are content to simply laze their days away on the beach, soaking up the sun and cooling off in the turquoise waters, but rest assured, the island also offers lots of activities such as cooking classes, yoga instruction, Muay Thai training, diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, and other soft adventure opportunities.  Don’t forget that this area also has different weather patterns than Andaman Sea region with the rainy season occurring between October and December.  More on Koh Samui


As the 1st capital of the Kingdom of Siam, this legendary region includes majestic historical ruins that have been designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Beyond the impressive historical site, the area offers a variety of unique accommodation options, local street art, an organic farm and a charming airport surrounded by beautiful countryside.  A perfect addition to any itinerary!  More on Sukhothai

We’ve only highlighted a few of the many regions in Thailand.   We invite you to come, explore, and discover more about Amazing Thailand!