Ayutthaya is 76 kilometers north of Bangkok and boasts numerous magnificent ruins. The ruins indicate that Ayutthaya was one of Southeast Asia's (and probably the world's) most prosperous cities in the 17th Century and beyond.
Bangkok is one of the most cosmopolitan, contrasting and, above all, compelling of Asian cities. A steamy, pulsating, yet smiling metropolis of more than ten million.
Chanthaburi played an important role in the history of the nation. It is wealthy and rich in natural resources. It offers some great beaches and relaxation.
Chiang Mai Province, often referred to as the Rose of the North, is a fascinating example of merging the citys 700-year tradition with modern development.
Chiang Rai is the northernmost province of Thailand. Scenic dense mountains, river valleys, hot springs, waterfalls, ancient settlements and historical sites, hill tribe villages such as Karen, Akha, Lisu, Meo and Muser, all can be found in Chiang Rai.
Chumphon is a sea coast city parallel to the Gulf of Thailand. It is the gateway to other southern provinces. Along more than 200 kilometers of Chumphons seashore, there are many beautiful and picturesque beaches.
The oldest and most traditional Thai resort combines the attractions of a modern holiday destination with the charm and fascination of a still active fishing port.
Discover Thailands exotic North East. Isaan is the bread basket of Thailand and offers a rich culture and Thailands friendliest people.
Kanchanaburi captivates beautiful nature and friendly people with their native charm. Major attractions include several waterfalls, mountains, caves, national parks and last, but not least, the River Kwai.
Khao Lak is characterized by kilometers of lovely unspoiled beach coastline against a lush jungle backdrop.
Khao Yai is Thailands oldest National Park. It offers great hotels and lots of adventure activities.
Koh Chang Island is a true jewel of a tropical island. It is reknowned for its white beaches and beautiful sunsets.
Located close to Koh Chang, Koh Kood offers great beaches, relaxation and cosy laid back island resorts.
Koh Lanta is situated in the southern most district of Krabi Province. It offers stunning scenery, fantastic white sandy beaches and great scuba diving.
Discover Koh Lipes long crisp white sandy beaches, friendly local atmosphere, azure clear water and easy going style. This is what makes Koh Lipe Island the perfect Thailand holiday.
A natural, tropical island, Koh Mak, Thailands preserved "treasure", is an ideal destination for visitors who enjoy a tranquil environment unspoiled by mass tourism.
Discover Thailands best kept secret island paradise: Koh Mook, also known as Koh Muk. This petite island in close to Koh Lanta and Krabi offers travelers a change of pace, crisp white sandy beaches surrounded by towering lime stone cliffs and crystal clear blue water.
Discover majestic Koh Ngai Island in Trang, Thailand: Koh Ngai is an unspoiled Thailand island paradise, offering travelers a peaceful holiday in a beach paradise that is Koh Ngai Thailand.
Discover Koh Phangan Island, home of the notorious full moon party, but also the choice of beach and nature lovers.
Welcome to one of Thailands hidden jewels: The island of Koh Samet. This beautiful island has it all: superb beaches, lovely coral reefs, excellent dining and an atmospheric night life.
Koh Samui is a laid back tropical island offering serene white beaches, blue water, great night life and excellent hotels.
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Great villa selection on the beautiful island of Koh Samui.
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Discover Koh Tao Island. Famous for it's great scuba diving and laid back atmosphere it also offers stunning beaches and excellent resorts.
Discover the towering lime stone cliffs of Krabi, it's magnificent beaches and first class hotels & resorts.
Lampang is famous for the production of ceramic goods and mining operations. A great deal of ball clay, china stone, and lignite are extracted from the surrounding mountains.
Discover Lop Buri and experience a glimpse of Thailand's extraordinary past.
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Thailandís province of Mae Hong Son is a truly great destination for visitors to the Thai Kingdom and The Lanna Culture.
Only 55 km west of Bangkok, Nakhon Pathom is best known for the Phra Pathom Chedi, the world's tallest Buddhist monument. Standing over 120 meters high, the chedi was first built over a thousand years ago but destroyed during a Burmese invasion in 1057.
Nakhon Sawan is an exciting destination offering splendid nature and many interesting sights including the largest freshwater swamp in Thailand.
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Nakhon Si Thammarat boasts pristine verdant jungles abundant with luxuriant vegetation and is also noted for picturesque beaches and beautiful waterfalls.
Nan Province, located in Thailand's Northern Part, offers a variety of mountain sights and adventure sports.
Narathiwat literally means "the residence of good people". The city of Narathiwat has an abundance of traditional culture and authenticity with village-like tranquility.
Nong Khai Province offers a rich cultural heritage and is Thailand's main gateway to mystical Laos.
The beach resort of Pattaya offers travelers from around the world a wide variety of activities, beaches and great hotels.
Petchaboon province is fast becoming famous for it's mild climate and attractive sights. The name itself means The Land of Crops and foods and Petchaboon offers a rich culinary heritage.
Discover Thailand of Old. Petchaburi is one of Thailand's oldest provinces and offer travelers a chance to gasp at the rich cultural heritage with many temples and cultural sights.
Phang Nga Province offers some of Thailand's most spectacular scenery with huge Lime Stone cliffs rising out of the emerald green water.
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The world famous Phi Phi Islands offer perhaps Thailand's best beaches as well as great scuba diving and exotic resorts.
A major tourist destination in the Lower North, Phitsanulok is situated on the banks of the Nan River. Most of the terrains are flatland, with mountain ranges running on the east where waterfalls and national parks offer opportunities for nature treks.
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".
Discover perhaps Thailand's most popular tourist destination: Phuket. Simply a beautiful island with great beaches, excellent nightlife and a wide variety of hotels.
Known for it's top-class national parks, waterfalls and whitewater rafting courses, Prachinburi boast a number of classic Dvaravati and Khmer temples dating back more than a millennium.
A mountainous and heavily forested province, Ranong is best known as a fishing and trading port. Ranong town is a gateway to Myanmar, with colourful longboats ferrying people across the narrow divide that separates the two countries.
Rayong province offer some of Thailand's best kept secrets. Mile long white beaches and a relaxed atmosphere is what you will find here...
Satun is a small province in the south of Thailand that borders Malaysia, facing the Andaman Sea. The province possesses renowned picturesque islands with verdant forests and mountainous land.
An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins, arts, and places of cultural importance, Songkhla, a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment.
The superb temples and monuments of this great city have been lovingly restored in Sukhothai Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see for all travellers.
Surat Thani is mostly known for being the gateway to the popular holiday islands in The Gulf of Thailand. However, it is also an area known for towering limestone cliffs and white beaches.
On traveling to Tak Province, expect to discover a place with long history, where natural wonders are magnificently enhanced by ethnic diversity.
Trang is considered a magnificent coastal province. Its beautiful coastline stretches 199 kilometers along the Indian Ocean. Two major rivers flows through it, the Trang River and Maenam Palian.
This small province borders Cambodia with the Khao Banthat mountains forming a natural demarcation. With 52 large and small islands, long white sandy beaches and unspoiled coral reefs, Trat offers delightful scenery and a tranquil hideout.
Uthai Thani is a province abundant in natural resources. "Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Reserve" here was proclaimed a Nautral World Heritage Site. The reserve has jungles, forests, plains, many streams & a number of rare and endangered animals.
The province is located in the valley of the Nan River. Most of the province was once covered with teak forests, then the major product of Uttaradit.