Bangkok is Southeast Asia’s most talked about and mythical city. Here you can find everything: culture, architecture, shopping, luxury, poverty, good food, spa, massage and tuk-tuks! The city has about 400 glittering Buddhist temples. Bangkok residents continue to live their traditional lives along the canals and the Chao Phraya River, the “River of Kings”. Those who have not been visited Thailand yet, must come to Bangkok!
Chiang Mai is the hub of Northern Thailand. It is Thailand’s fifth largest city, surrounded by mountains and lush landscapes. Hiking is popular in the Maetang and Chiangdao area of the beautiful countryside. There is also the opportunity to get to know all the different ethnic minorities. Take a trip up to the Golden Triangle.
In Chiang Rai you will find the ruins of ancient settlements and Buddhist shrines, embedded in the magnificent mountain scenery and various mountain villages.
Khao Lak, with its stunning coast and expansive beaches that unfortunately bore the burden of the tsunami in 2004, has regained its former glory, and tourists have found their way back. Here you will find the impressive limestone formations, wonderful sea, palm trees and relaxation.
Koh Tao, literally “Turtle Island”, specializes more in diving than backpackers. Here you will not find simple food stands. Koh Tao is a great place to learn to dive. A wide selection of fine diving sites, shops specializing in diving, diving schools and resorts can be found here. But there are other activities apart from diving. Food and nightlife is one of the best in this region.
Krabi, with its white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, fascinating coral reefs, caves, waterfalls and a large number of islands, has charmed a lot of travelers. Characteristic of both Krabi and the nearby Phang Nga are the massive limestone formations that project onto the rice fields on land, and which are islands in the water. Add beautiful beaches to excellent diving and climbing, and you’ll get a perfect holiday.
Phi Phi Island is located in the south of Thailand. There are Phi Phi Lay & Phi Phi Don. If you visit Phi Phi Don, you rent a boat to see the beautiful beaches at Maya Bay, Loh Samah Bay, Peleh Cove, Hing-Klang, Camel Rock, Viking Cave and Khai Island. Here you can go swimming and snorkeling in the wonderful crystal clear water.
Phuket is Asia’s most popular beach. Here you will find an unbeatable combination of perfect white palm-fringed beaches, outstanding hospitality and affordable accommodation. Try diving in the Andaman Sea, exciting adventures in the tropical forests, visit the surrounding islands, or enjoy a quiet cruise on the turquoise waters. There is much to do here for the active or nothing for the lazy.