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  • Photo of What to do in Koh Chang

    What to do in Koh Chang

    Ko Chang, is the third largest Thai island in the Gulf of Thailand, and although popular with tourists it has maintained its rugged charm. It boasts hiking trails and waterfalls such as tiered Klong Plu, covers the interior and extends…

  • Photo of What to do in Chiang Mai

    What to do in Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai is the largest city in Northern Thailand. Complete with lively town centre, temples and a sprawling mountainous terrain boasting a wealth of attractions to explore and enjoy. Best discovered by picking up a car rental the moment you…

  • Photo of What to do in Koh Tao

    What to do in Koh Tao

    Koh Tao is close to Koh Phangan and Koh Samui and you can over between these islands via a regular ferry service. It is arguably one of the most beautiful islands on Thailand.  Koh Tao is very popular with scuba…

  • Photo of What to do in Pattaya

    What to do in Pattaya

    The question should be ‘What isn’t there you cannot do in Pattaya’? This vibrant, lively seaside resort is built on fun and is now very much also a family destination too. Whoever you are you cannot help but enjoy yourself…

  • Photo of What to do in Hua Hin

    What to do in Hua Hin

    Just a few hours drive south of Bangkok, Hua Hin was one of Thailand’s first holiday destinations.  From its humble beginnings as a sleepy fishing village, the resort has been the beachside destination for Thai royalty and aristocracy for more…

  • Photo of What to do in Kanchanaburi

    What to do in Kanchanaburi

    Kanchanaburi is a fascinating place to visit and offers a wonderful mix of historical sightseeing and natural beauty. Visit World War II museums and monuments dedicated to the fallen soldiers who lost their lives during the occupation by Japan or…

  • Photo of What to do in Phrae

    What to do in Phrae

    The Phrae Province is one of the most ancient cities of Northern Thailand. Phrae was established in 1371 B.E. by Phaya Pol. The former name wad “Pol Nakorn”, then changed to “Wiang Ko Sai” which means “Silk Cloth”. With one…

  • Photo of What to do in Nan

    What to do in Nan

    Nan is a rural province in northern Thailand bordering Laos, known for its numerous national parks. The vast Doi Phu Kha National Park, in the northeast of the province, contains waterfalls, limestone mountains and rare plants. If you are looking…

  • Photo of What to do in Ayutthaya

    What to do in Ayutthaya

    Once the political and trade capital of Thailand, Ayutthaya is steeped in history with its impressive ancient ruins and temples. Its centrepiece is the Ayutthaya Historical Park, recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is home to four spectacular…

  • Photo of What to do in Samet

    What to do in Samet

    Koh Samet is a sweet little island that serves the sole purpose of being a beach vacation. If you want to swim in pristine waters, lay in the sun and enjoy a BBQ and fire show on the beach in…

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